Queens (Page 3)


Harlem Globetrotter helps kids stop bullies in Brooklyn and Queens

Anthony “Buckets” Blakes explained why basketball – and life – works better without bullying.


Famous in Kathmandu, anonymous in New York

A rock star from Nepal finds new life in New York


South Asian-American youths struggle with cultural confusion

They are called ABCD or American Born Confused Desis.


Arab Americans tired of alleged racial profiling by NYPD

Community claims to still be heavily monitored 10 years after 9/11.


NYC Marathon: Cheering on a 50-year-old son

The pair stood among a modest but growing crowd this morning, cheering on wheelchair competitors and the earliest female runners before the race reached fever pitch across the river in Manhattan.


Queens kids replace textbooks with iPads

Queens sixth graders enter the touch-screen world of Apple for assignments, note taking, tutorials and more.


After fire, Queens shop owner reminisces

Thomas Kourakos remembers the morning his shoe shop caught fire and his career as a cobbler came to an abrupt end.


After city layoffs, rats abound in Queens

After city layoffs that slashed 75 percent of exterminators, some residents say they noticed an increase in rats in Queens.