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City's First Cidery Opens Amid Craft Renaissance

Jahill Maplestone, founder of the Descendant Cider Company, has opened his new business in a 600 square foot warehouse suite in Maspeth. The establishment of the cider company, the city's first, comes as hard cider is experiencing renewed interest from the public.

10/31/2014 12:32 PM

BOROUGH SPOTLIGHT

New Book Highlights Culinary Variety in Queens

If you are looking to explore cuisines from all across the world, you don't have to go far. NY1's Anthony Pascale sat down with Andrea Lynn, whose new book, "Queens - A Culinary Passport," explains how to get that experience in Queens, the city's most diverse borough.

10/24/2014 07:00 PM

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NY1 SHOWS

NY1 Online: Reporters Preview Upcoming Election

Errol Louis previewed next week’s election with four top journalists on the Inside City Hall Reporters Roundtable: Brigid Bergin from WNYC Radio; Thomas Kaplan from The New York times; Celeste Katz of the New York Daily News and Bob McCarthy of the Buffalo News.

10/31/2014 10:20 PM

NY1 Online: Pollster Talks Grimm-Recchia Numbers

Errol Louis was joined by Siena College Pollster Steve Greenberg to discuss the exclusive NY1-Capital New York- Siena College Poll showing Congressman Michael Grimm with a nearly 20 point lead over his Democratic challenger, Domenic Recchia.

10/31/2014 10:15 PM

 

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QUEENS

Mixed-Use Norman Towers Opens in Jamaica

Jamaica is now home to a brand new, green, mixed-income development. The Bluestone Organization officially opened the "Norman Towers" on 161st street at Jamaica Avenue. 10/30/2014 10:21 PM

QUEENS

Two Years Later, Rockaway Beach Still Struggles to Come Back

John Cori, one of the founding members of the Friends of Rockaway Beach, a group that was organized well before Hurricane Sandy hit in an effort to protect the coastline, recently stopped by the NY1 studios to share his thoughts on what has been done in the two years since the storm and the challenges that still lie ahead. 10/31/2014 07:30 PM

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