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    On The Cover:

    For fun fall food, start by tapping into the neighborhood’s Tapas specialties. El Olivo on 31st Street has created some fantastic dishes to bring us into the new season. Read more

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    Ales Of Autumn

    If you can’t make it to Munich this fall, don’t worry – there are lots of offerings all over Queens to slake your Oktoberfest thirst. While it may seem that as soon as the leaves begin to change, everything is pumpkin-flavored, it’s definitely possible to find non-pumpkin malt beverages for you to toast goodbye to the last vestiges of summer. Read more

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    Glorious Fall Fashion

    With summer (finally) fading into the cool, bright days of fall, it’s time to retire the shorts, sandals and sundresses and dig out your favorite fall staples. From blazers to booties, fall is one of the most diverse fashion periods of the year. Read more

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    Five Questions to Ask Before Marriage

    Marriage is a milestone in life; yet, many enter into the next phase without asking their spouse some vital questions about money. If you are among the soon-to-be wed, consider starting a conversation using the questions below. Read more

Nightlife

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Tunes & Taverns:

And the beat goes on… Celebrating one year of vinyl in Astoria

Food

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EL OLIVO

A newly renovated “El Olivo” awaits you with 21 years of history serving the Astoria and Western Queens area with superb Spanish and Continental cuisine, fabulous sangria, cocktails and superior service. The dining room has been renovated and adorned with stacked stone walls, soft lighting and a tile floor.

Health

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Meet Astoria

As we progress from summer to fall, we can’t help but reflect on how we spend each season that passes. No matter what the weather, we can depend on Astoria Park to warm our hearts or let us play in the snow – but there are other facets of Astoria that are even more dependable – and those are the people that inhabit it.
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Local Express

The comedic mystifier, Rogue, has been amazing audiences for over 20 years and has taught and mentored over 5,000 students, including the world-renowned Criss Angel. Rogue’s brand of magic is a blend of equal parts humorous, jaw-dropping and dangerous feats.
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Five Questions to Ask Before Marriage

Marriage is a milestone in life; yet, many enter into the next phase without asking their spouse some vital questions about money. If you are among the soon-to-be wed, consider starting a conversation using the questions below. Couples who plan their expenses ahead of time are more likely to enjoy their earnings, and less likely to need credit repair intervention.
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Before Hiring Your Wedding Photographer

Some moments are simply too important to trust to a camera phone. Your wedding will be one of the most memorable times of your life, and no one can capture it better than a professional photographer. So how do you find the right one? As you interview photographers, ask them these questions to help you determine if he or she is the right photographer for you.
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Meld and Merge a Perfectly Accessorized Home

Some brides-to-be might find it hard to think beyond the intense planning that a wedding requires. But beyond the pomp and circumstance of the big day, it's important to think ahead to mergers -- not the corporate kind, but the merging of styles and décor to set up a home the bride and groom will both love.

Queens On Location: B‘road City’

There are few, if any, highly successful web series-turned-television series that have gained as much of a cult following as “Broad City” claims.
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EL OLIVO

A newly renovated “El Olivo” awaits you with 21 years of history serving the Astoria and Western Queens area with superb Spanish and Continental cuisine, fabulous sangria, cocktails and superior service. The dining room has been renovated and adorned with stacked stone walls, soft lighting and a tile floor.
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Falling Into Astoria

Now that the days are getting shorter and the temperature is getting cooler, there’s a certain kind of aura that comes with the crisp air: one that offers pumpkin spice lattes, while leaves of various Naked Palette eyeshadows fall to the ground. Yes, it’s the season of autumn, one that means slightly heavier clothing and even heavier breathing when running in the park.
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Finding The (Almost) Perfect Roommate

What is it about the search for a roommate that tends to feel so daunting? The prospect of sharing space with other people, even if they’re trusted friends, is something that can make even the most confident of apartment hunters sweat.
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Glorious Fall Fashion

With summer (finally) fading into the cool, bright days of fall, it’s time to retire the shorts, sandals and sundresses and dig out your favorite fall staples. From blazers to booties, fall is one of the most diverse fashion periods of the year. Without the oppressive heat of summer or the frigid chill of winter, it’s time to express yourself!
  
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