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Hello LIC Courier Readers,
Happy October! Check out what we have in store for you
Dino’s Pizza & Pasta in Astoria is back with a brand new
look! See how the eatery changed up its look while maintain-ing
the same great taste.
We also head to Astoria to see how a local councilman
secured funds to get senior housing in the area.
Our community news section is buzzing with stories from
Long Island City and Astoria. After a slew of delays, Hunt-ers
Point Library is finally set to be built by summer 2019,
the Floating Hospital brings mobile healthcare to homeless
residents in the area and the Steinway Library is set to close
at the end of the month for some renovations.
Features is packed with some exciting stories this month.
The chef at QWNS Cafe in Astoria talks about how he works
to ensure that everyone, from vegans to those with allergies,
can dine at his eatery and the famed RIOULT Dance Studio
just opened up a new location in Astoria.
As always, we have some fun suggestions for local events
and art exhibits to attend. If you have any tips or news you
would like to share with us, reach out to me at jbagcal@qns.
com. Have a great October!