🌱 Taxi Injuries Six + Bar Association assessment of judicial candidates

welcome. It’s me, Miranda Ferracchio, your Queen’s Daily host. Keep reading to find out the hottest things happening in the city these days.

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Here are the top three floors today in and around Queens:

  1. Three women are in critical condition after a taxi jumped from a sidewalk in Manhattan. Six people were injured and a woman had to have her leg amputated after the horrific accident. The accident happened just before 1:00 p.m. on Monday. The taxi jumped from the curb on Broadway at 29th Street. According to authorities, a man on a CitiBike blew a red light into the cab lane, causing the collision. A crowd of people worked together to lift the taxi off one of the women who was strapped into the car. (WABC-TV)
  2. The New York City and Queens County bar associations have released their assessments of judicial candidates. The assessments were released just a day before early voting began and just over a week before Primary Day. The two bar associations gave Thomas Oliva and Karen Lane an “approval” rating, while the other candidates received “unapproved” ratings. Read about all the candidates and their qualifications at the link. (Queens Daily Eagle)
  3. The World Cup is coming to Queens! Fans and players were excited to learn that the MetLife Stadium was selected to host the FIFA World Cup in 2026. The news comes on the heels of the start of construction for the Queensboro Football Stadium, which will be completed in 2023. (QNS.com)

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Today in Queens:

  • Reading Oceans of Summer Possibilities: The Musical with Lee Knight Online (4:00 pm)
  • Cooking show: fish with coconut sauce, At the Peninsula Branch Library (6:00 pm)
  • Cooking show: fish with coconut sauce, In the library of the Broad Channel Branch (6:00 pm)

From my notebook:

  • Queens Borough President Donovan Richards reminds you that early voting is ready. Early voting will be available through Sunday – click on the link to learn more about when and where. (Queens Borough President Donovan Richards via Facebook)
  • Queens Botanic Garden wants you to see the drag queens! Tonight, June 22, at the Botanical Garden, there will be performances by drag queens including Salma Nella starting at 6:30 p.m. (Queens Botanic Garden via Facebook)
  • The Queens Foundation for Economic Development invites you to attend the Queens Rise Higher event. Next Saturday 25th of June At Kaufman Arts District, anyone can come to support Queens originators and small business owners. (Queens Foundation for Economic Development via Facebook)

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Miranda Ferracchio

About me: Miranda Ferracchio was born and raised in Rhode Islander, and now lives in New York. She works as a writer for content creation agency Lightning Media Partners and graduated from the University of Rhode Island, with a degree in Writing, Rhetoric, and Communication Studies. In her spare time, you can find her traveling, drinking tea, or photographing her neighborhood as a street photographer.

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