Three Easy Ways to Start a Conversation

For some people, the thought of walking up to a stranger and starting a casual conversation is panic inducing. It’s a struggle for many of us. Even if the person is a casual acquaintance, it can be awkward. Those uncomfortable with breaking the ice can find themselves crippled in professional settings, especially when it comes to networking. The good news […]

“THE CARDINAL”, A JOURNEY THROUGH FLUSHING

Cornerstone Theater Company Presents The Cardinal, a journey through Flushing in Queens, New York Sophie embarks on a journey through her neighborhood in search of answers to questions about her family and home. Strangers and neighbors offer insights, but not everyone is what they seem. Will she find what she is looking for on the 7 Train? At a picnic […]

How does your business think about cybersecurity?

We know that cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important to organizations of all sizes. Our partners at the Mayor’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer, New York City’s Cyber Command, and New York City Economic Development Corporation are conducting research on what small business owners think about cybersecurity. To help us better understand your thoughts, please take 2 minutes to complete […]

Flushing’s World Fair — Small Business Social Media Bootcamp

Small Business Social Media Bootcamp Yelp & Brandtree Media Friday, June 15, 2-4 PM (FREE) Sheraton LaGuardia East Hotel Phoenix Ballroom, 2nd Floor Learn how to use the latest social media marketing techniques and strategies from the experts at Yelp and Brandtree Media.  Yelp is a review platform founded in 2004 to help people find great local businesses and currently averages 30 million unique visitors […]

Community Dinner with the Flushing Interfaith Council

The Flushing Interfaith Council cordially invites you to attend the Fifth Annual Common Meal. For the fifth time, the Flushing Interfaith Council invites the various religious communities to gather together and share in a festive potluck dinner. Each dinner has been a time to get to know your neighbors and find common ground in the faith they adhere to. This year, the […]

Worker’s Rights Workshop

Local 1010 and the NYS Department of Labor is teaming up to bring you a workshop on the workers rights of immigrant workers. New immigrants are uneducated about there rights as workers and are prone to being victims of wage theft in the United States on Wednesday, June 13th at 6:30PM in the Flshing Library. This workshop seeks to change […]

How to prep your business for emergencies!

From gas leaks and fires to major storms and flooding, as a business owner in New York City you face many challenges that can impact your operations and assets. Join our workshop to get ready for the unexpected! You will learn how to: Stay in business: Identify your key business operations, employees, and documents. Protect your investments: Understand how to […]

The Peninsula – Hunts Point, Bronx – Request for Expressions of Interest EXTENDED

SEEKING FOOD AND BEVERAGE ENTREPRENEURS FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT IN HUNTS POINTS, BRONX The Peninsula, a collaboration between Gilbane Development Company, Hudson Companies and MHANY Management Inc., was selected by the New York City Economic Development Corporation to transform the former Spofford Juvenile Detention Center in the Bronx’s Hunts Point community into a new mixed-use residential, retail, and light manufacturing site. KK&P has been retained to develop […]

Free Trial Class — Bodhi Meditation

Feeling stressed? Need to relax? Bodhi Meditation Society is offering free trial classes in meditation on the following dates: June 3rd, June 10th, and June 24th from 9:30AM — 6PM at the Bodhi Meditation Center located on 131-27 Fowler Ave, Flushing NY 11355. Learn meditation techniques to manage your stress on a daily basis which can improve your health over time and […]