Shop in the #JamaicaBID district this weekend for Fab Stealz and Dealz during Sidewalk Sale Days – Friday, March 9th thru Sunday, March 11th. The Jamaica BID Sidewalk Sale Days Program is a weekend of deals and fabulous finds on Jamaica Avenue! These are the only dates and times businesses are permitted to display merchandise

Jimmy Jazz Grand Opening

Thursday, 01 March 2018 by

    You’re Invited to Jimmy Jazz Grand Opening – Friday March 2nd and Saturday, March 3rd – 10am to 10pm Come hang out with the #JamaicaBID and Jimmy Jazz for a day of FREE Giftways, Special Appearances, and Lite Bites by the famous Jamaican Flavors Beef Patty located on 165th Street Colli Block!!!! Jimmy Jazz

Coordinated and managed by Manuel Caughman, liaison for Assembly Woman Alicia Hyndman, and President of the Jamaica Customer Advisory Council for the US Postal Service, held the annual 2018 Black Heritage Series Stamp, honoring, Lena Horne, an icon, and resident of Jamaica Queens. Robert Ross Johnson Family Center 172-17 Linden Blvd. Jamaica, NY 11432 Read

On Thursday,  February 22nd the PRESS of South Queens and Queens Tribune held their Annual Black History Month Awards Breakfast, at the Greater Allen AME Church, honoring five individuals who have given back to their community. The honorees were: NYPD Assistant Chief Juanita Holmes; Darryl Towns, the regional director of government affairs for American Airlines;

Shop in the #JamaicaBID district this weekend for Fab Stealz and Dealz during Sidewalk Sale Days – Friday, February 23rd thru Sunday, February 25th. The Jamaica BID Sidewalk Sale Days Program is a weekend of deals and fabulous finds on Jamaica Avenue! These are the only dates and times businesses are permitted to display merchandise

#JamaicaBID Black History: James FortenJames Forten (September 2, 1766 – March 4, 1842) was an African-American abolitionist and wealthy businessman in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Born free in the city, he became a sailmaker after the American Revolutionary War. Following an apprenticeship, he became the foreman and bought the sail loft when his boss retired. Based on equipment

#JamaicaBID Black History: Malvin Gray Johnson – Malvin Gray Johnson (28 January 1896 – 1934) was an African-American painter, born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. Escaping from an impoverished childhood, Johnson moved North to study at the National Academy of Design, he became an accomplished and celebrated artist, best known for his work in

New Neighbor: Jimmy Jazz

Wednesday, 07 February 2018 by

We are thrilled to have Jimmy Jazz in the Jamaica BID District. The store extended from 165th Street to Jamaica Avenue in mid-November, early December.  “We are excited to have Jimmy Jazz on Jamaica Avenue, with all the new happenings on Jamaica Avenue, we hope to continue to be a catalyst for the community,” said Robert, President

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