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Fruitful harvest in Jamaica

Queens Chronicle (Eastern/Southeast Queens News) 12/6 3:30A
Last week’s temperatures were hardly reminiscent of a summer day.But bargain hunters, gourmets and folks who were just looking for a quick, healthy snack still were able to...

Nicki’s home for the holidays

Queens Chronicle (Eastern/Southeast Queens News) 11/29 3:30A
Queens’ own Nicki Minaj was on hand last week at a Thanksgiving turkey giveaway in South Jamaica with NYPD Inspector Jerry O’Sullivan, commanding officer of the 113th...

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Giving Tuesday Raises over $80,000 for TMLA

The Mary Louis Academy 12/5 5:28A tmla_admin
Thank you to all who participated in TMLA s Giving Tuesday Initiative. Through your generosity, our TMLA Family raised a record-breaking $83,000 in just 24 hours! In just the...

Unique Opportunity for TMLA Junior

The Mary Louis Academy 12/4 7:03A tmla_admin
TMLA Junior Catherine Kwasnik has been accepted into the prestigious Training Program Dressage4Kids, a national program of education and competition for those who are...

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The Most Spectacular Holiday Light Displays in NYC

Mommy Poppins 11/30 8:40A Stephanie Ogozalek
Every year it seems holiday light installations in New York City get more elaborate, making a visit to the top displays a must-do seasonal activity . These days there are even...

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Blue Cheese and Toasted-Pecan Dip

Serious Eats (Recipes) 12/7 12:00A Morgan Eisenberg
Classic blue cheese dip gets a nutty twist with this quick and easy recipe, ideal for holiday entertaining or game-day parties. Get Recipe!

Almond Biscotti With Anise

Serious Eats (Recipes) 12/5 10:28P Stella Parks
Scented with almond and anise, these crunchy homemade biscotti (twice-baked Italian cookies) are as classic as they are simple to make. Get Recipe!

Hobak Beombeok (Korean Squash, Sweet Potato, and Bean Porridge)

Serious Eats (Recipes) 12/4 10:25P Seoyoung Jung
This warming Korean porridge is a celebration of fall produce, and is loaded with winter squash, chestnuts, sweet potatoes, jujubes, and beans. The squash traditionally used is a large, old one called...

Pressure Cooker Chintan Shoyu Ramen

Serious Eats (Recipes) 12/2 7:40P Sho Spaeth
A relatively simple and straightforward method for producing all the components of a classic clear shoyu ramen. Get Recipe!

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Dress Up Your Holiday Style For Less

New York Fashion Hunter 12/5 4:07A Stephanie
As fun as it is to flaunt the new dress you unwrapped from the holidays, there s something special about planning and perfecting your seasonal outfits. No matter where you are...

Tips for A Stress-Free Holiday Season

New York Fashion Hunter 11/28 8:41A Stephanie
The holiday season is the most wonderful (and busy) time of year. While the season means plenty of quality time spent with loved ones, it can also bring chaos and stress when...

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Women’s Swimming Falls to Kean in Home Opener

York College 12/7 11:41P
JAMAICA, N.Y. — The York College women's swimming team (1-1) took a 94-52 non-conference loss from Kean University (2-3) on Friday evening at the York College Natatorium.

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Is Screen Time Bad for Kids’ Brains?

NYTimes.com (Health) 12/10 5:03A BENEDICT CAREY
A study featured on “60 Minutes” is sure to alarm parents. Here’s what scientists know, and don’t know, about the link between screens, behavior, and development.

MIND: Can We Really Inherit Trauma?

NYTimes.com (Health) 12/9 10:00P BENEDICT CAREY
Headlines suggest that the genetic marks of trauma can be passed from one generation to the next. But the evidence, at least in humans, is circumstantial at best.

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