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Inside Broadway brings the joys of music and movement to Queens seniors
Inside Broadway brings the joys of music and movement to Queens seniors

Jul. 15, 2024 By Anthony Medina

Inside Broadway, a borough-wide non-profit theater company that has been in operation for over 40 years, has been sharing the joys of music and movement with older adults across senior centers in Queens for about two decades.

Better known for bringing performance art programs to NYC public school children, Inside Broadway has expanded its programming to help seniors stay active, exercise, strengthen their cognitive memory and explore the arts.

The theater company has been providing programming to seniors since 2007, working collaboratively with the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and city council members to share its work. The company serves seniors in a number of communities, including Ridgewood, Elmhurst, Kew Gardens, Howard Beach and Far Rockaway.

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NYPD searching for burglary crew that targeted nearly 30 laundromats in Queens and others in Brooklyn and the Bronx

Police from the 110th Precinct in Elmhurst are looking for three masked men who broke into Susan’s Laundromat at 85-12 Grand Ave. at around 3:15 a.m. on Monday, June 24, while a fourth member of their crew acted as a lookout near their getaway car parked in front.

The burglars stole $1,800 in cash and removed a payment machine for the laundry room continuing an undetermined amount of cash.

Law enforcement ghost car crackdowns continue with dozens of vehicles seized on Whitestone Bridge: MTA

MTA Bridge and Tunnel officers, the NYPD and law enforcement partners impounded 55 vehicles from motorists crossing into Queens on the Whitestone Bridge on Monday, July 8, as a multi-agency crackdown continued unabated.

Governor Kathy Hochul announced on Tuesday that through 25 joint enforcement operations focusing on ghost plates and persistent toll violators on bridges and tunnels throughout New York City, 1,540 vehicles have been impounded, 339 arrests have been made and 12,007 summonses have been issued so far this year to drivers who owe more than $12.5 million in unpaid tolls and fees.

Advocating for Non-Public Schools: A Conversation with Teach Coalition’s Maury Litwack

Jul. 1, 2024 by Jill Carvajal

Maury Litwack, founder and CEO of Teach Coalition talks about his organization’s mission and impact. Teach Coalition advocates for funding and policy changes to support non-public schools, such as Jewish, Catholic, and Islamic schools. Litwack emphasizes the significant non-public school population and their need for resources like healthy lunches, STEM education, and school safety measures. He highlights three main areas of focus: advocating for laws that reimburse non-public schools for STEM teacher salaries, securing funding for security measures to ensure student safety, and providing essential services, such as nurses, that schools might otherwise not afford.