Pancake Breakfast in Maspeth this Sunday

This Sunday is the All-You-Can-Eat Downhome Country Breakfast at Martin Luther High School. You will be able to have all the juice, buttermilk pancakes and sausages of your heart’s (or stomach’s) desire. You will also have a choice of beverage. The event will run from 8 a.m. to noon. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for seniors and kids. Martin Luther High School is … Continue reading Pancake Breakfast in Maspeth this Sunday

Tuesday Ballot Proposals Are a Mix

Ugh! What’s on those ballot proposals? Our Maspeth neighborhood has been struggling with the notion of mayoral control and civic engagement for decades. After witnessing how this mayor looks to impose his will without taking into consideration sensible solutions by community members it’s difficult to support any of his ballot proposals, especially those which give him more power. Maspeth civic and community board leaders worked … Continue reading Tuesday Ballot Proposals Are a Mix

Maspeth House of the Week 11/3/18

The Maspeth House of the Week is a luxurious three-family home that was built in 2012 by the award-winning construction company Goc Contracting. The home has 17-foot ceilings with jacuzzi bathrooms and custom kitchens. There are spectacular panoramic views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines. You can enjoy the views from an enclosed balcony or experience the upper floor open air. The property is listed … Continue reading Maspeth House of the Week 11/3/18

Maspeth House of the Week 10/27/18

The Maspeth House of the Week is a beautiful tudor home in the Maspeth Plateau. There’s a large living room, formal dining room, eat-in-kitchen, beautiful wood floors, 1 1/2 baths, 3 bedrooms and full basement. The home also features a rear yard, garage and driveway. Don’t miss out on the original charm of this very special home! This property is listed by Coldwell Banker Kueber … Continue reading Maspeth House of the Week 10/27/18

Maspeth Lions host Halloween Ragamuffin Parade

The annual Halloween Ragamuffin Parade in Maspeth is going to be a treat for the whole family! The event will take place on Halloween night from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the spooky Mt. Olivet Cemetery (65-40 Grand Avenue). The parade will allow your kids to show off their favorite costumes.Come in Costume – Leave with Candy! The Halloween Ragamuffin Parade is hosted by … Continue reading Maspeth Lions host Halloween Ragamuffin Parade

Grand Ave to LIE from 80 St to 85 St Without Power Tonight

There are powers outage impacting approximately 901 customers in the Maspeth tonight. It’s apparently happening in areas that are serviced by overhead lines. Con Edison Emergency crews are en-route to investigate now.  The boundaries within the outage area:  North – Grand Ave to The LIE, between 80th & 85 Street  Con Ed says there are no critical care facilities or Life Support Equipment (LSE) customers … Continue reading Grand Ave to LIE from 80 St to 85 St Without Power Tonight

Maspeth Chamber Business Card Exchange this Wednesday

This Wednesday, October 24th, the Maspeth Industrial Business Association (MIBA) and the Maspeth Chamber of Commerce are hosting an evening of networking, food, drink and conversation. The event will be at Connolly’s Corner (71-15 Grand Avenue) from 5-7pm. The event is sponsored by the Newtown Creek Group, who will be presenting a remedial investigation of the Creek and the path forward. RSVP to the FREE event … Continue reading Maspeth Chamber Business Card Exchange this Wednesday

Francois Gauthron to host book signing and lecture

Francois Gauthron will be stopping by the Kowalinski Post #4 for a lecture and book signing on Wednesday, November 7. Gauthron will discuss “Colors of War: Not Black and White But Nuances of Gray.” The event, sponsored by Maspeth Federal Savings, will feature a complete dinner, coffee, tea, dessert and cash bar. There will be 20 books raffled off. Tickets are $15 and free for … Continue reading Francois Gauthron to host book signing and lecture

Parks Department ‘Miscalculation’ makes Principe Park (formerly Maurice Park) Flooding a Reality Again

According to a statement by Steven Fiedler, chairman of the community board’s parks committee, at last week’s community board meeting, the Parks Department engineers ‘miscalculated’ the amount of rain that would flood the western end of the ball fields at the brand new $7 million baseball and soccer field renovations at the Maspeth park. We were told (off the record) that they might look to … Continue reading Parks Department ‘Miscalculation’ makes Principe Park (formerly Maurice Park) Flooding a Reality Again