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This one-bedroom rental in Woodside comes with two full baths and a private terrace. The whole apartment is very nice and newly finished. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances (including a dishwasher), lots of cabinets, and a good amount of counter space. The living room is big enough for a separate dining area, and the bedroom easily fits a queen-sized bed with extra space remaining.

The building is pet-friendly and has a laundry room, a common area for hosting gatherings, and a parking garage. The monthly net effective rent, based on a 12-month lease, is $2,613—actual rent is $2,850.

The E, F/M, R, and 7 trains and Q32, Q33, Q47, Q49, and Q70 buses are all within walking distance. There are grocery stores, small shops, and lots of dining options on the other side of Roosevelt Avenue. Click through for more photos.

40-07 73rd Street, #PH-A [Citi Habitats] GMAP

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This one-bedroom co-op in Sunnyside is on the second floor and has views from all sides of the apartment. The kitchen has lots of counter and cabinet space and a dishwasher. The living room is spacious, and there is a separate area for dining plus a nice foyer when you first walk in. The bedroom seems like a good size and is painted a very light green color.

There is laundry and a gym in the building. There is also indoor parking and storage available. The ask is $275,000 with an estimated monthly mortgage of $1,066.23 plus $545 in fees.

There are plenty of parks in the area, and there are grocery stores, dining options, and small shops down the street. The 7 train is a five-minute walk away, and the Q32 and Q104 buses are also within walking distance. Click through for more photos.

39-25 51st Street, #1F [Douglas Elliman] GMAP

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Pets gone wild! Activities this week include a doggie ice cream party, a dragon festival, an exhibit on how cats are taking over the internet, and a screening of the movie ET. There are also various outdoor activities, such as the annual Jamaica JAMS concert and street festival with more than 500 vendors. Here’s the rundown.

August 6, Passport Thursdays Outdoor International Dance, Music & Film Series, 7 pm. A screening of Mateo, a Colombian film about youngster who collects extortion money on behalf of his uncle to help out his poor mother. This action leads to some difficult choices. Free. Queens Museum, NYC Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

August 6, Central Astoria Waterfront Concert Series, 7:30 pm. A live performance by Dance Machine, New York City’s only authentic 11-piece disco band. Bring a blanket or chair, but also bring bell bottoms, polyester shirts, and platform shoes. Free. Astoria Park Great Lawn, Shore Boulevard between the Hell Gate Bridge and Astoria Pool.

August 6, The Merchant of Venice, 7:30 pm. The Hip to Hip Theatre presents Shakespeare’s story about a Venetian gentleman who has to default on a loan from moneylender. Free. Children’s program at 7 pm. Crocheron Park, 35th Avenue and Cross Island Parkway, across from Golden Pond, Bayside.

August 6, Outdoor Concert, 7 pm. Orville Davis & the Wild Bunch perform country music — honky tonk with attitude — as part of a series sponsored by the Northern Woodside Coalition. Free. Sgt. Collins Triangle, Broadway and 58th Street, Woodside, 718-205-1030.

August 7, How Cats Took Over the Internet, through Jan. 31, 2016. This exhibition, which includes screenings and live events, looks at the phenomenon of cats online and how they have transfixed a generation of web users. Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Avenue, Kaufman Arts District.

August 7, JAMS Under the Stars, 5 pm to 10 pm. A mega concert with Toni Ann Semple, a powerful singer who blends the nuances of her African and Native American heritages into soul, funk, and jazz; DJ Jordan Knoxx, a mixologist from Hollis; and Dallas Forte, a Christian crooner from Guyana. Free. Rufus King Park, vicinity of 153rd Street and 89th Avenue, Jamaica, www.go2ccj.org.

August 7, Free First Friday, 10 am to 8 pm. Free admission, public tours in English and Japanese, and Center of Attention, an extended conversation about a single work of art. (Noguchi’s Cloud Mountain is the topic on Aug. 7 at 7 pm.) Noguchi Museum, 9-01 33rd Road, Long Island City.

August 7: ET, about 8:30 pm. Outdoor screening of a classic movie with Midtown Manhattan in the background. Free. Hunters Point South Park, Center Boulevard and 51st Avenue, Long Island City.

August 8, Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival, through Aug. 9. More than 170 teams and 2,000 participants compete and celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. Expect racing, cultural performances, and great food. Free. Flushing Meadows Corona Park’s Meadow Lake near the boathouse.

August 8, Jamaica Arts & Music Summer Festival, 11 am to 7 pm. Expect 200,000 revelers enjoying live performances, fashion, art, and more than 500 vendors. Free. Jamaica Avenue from Parsons Boulevard to 170th Street, Jamaica.

Aug. 8, Chinese Theatre Works: Holding Up Half the Sky, 2 pm. This opera and puppet spectacle tells the story of four legendary women warriors, spanning 2,000 years of Chinese history. The piece was written and directed by Flushing Town Hall Space Grant recipients Kuang-Yu Fong and Stephen Kaplin. $8/$50 VIP package. Flushing Town Hall, 137-35 Northern Boulevard, Flushing.

August 8, Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Concert, 2 pm to 7 pm. An all-day event honoring a jazz legend who lived in the neighborhood. Free performances by Sunnyside Drum Corps, Street Beat Brass Band, Lindy Hoppers, Sunnyside Wolverines, Sunnyside Social Club, Sunnyside Arch at 46th Street.

August 8, 78th Street Play Street, dusk. The Queens World Film Festival collaborates with the Jackson Heights Green Alliance to present indie films under the stars. Free. Travers Park, 78th Street and 34th Avenue, Jackson Heights.

Aug. 8, Hindu Awareness and Swami Vivekanada Day, 3:30 pm. Entertainment program includes chanting, colorful dances, and meditation. The Hindu Temple Society of North America, 45-57 Bowne Street, Flushing.

August 8, Storytime & Craft, 2 pm. A relaxing afternoon with nature-inspired stories followed by a botanically-themed craft activity. Free with admission. Queens Botanical Garden, 43-50 Main Street, Flushing.

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This two-bedroom rental is part of a two-story house built in 1978. This listing shows photos of the first and second floor. The apartment has two full baths and two kitchens. The kitchen on the second floor has been updated with stainless steel appliances, a built-in microwave, and an island. The living room is spacious enough for a separate dining area off the kitchen. The bedrooms look to be a good size as well. The monthly rent is $1,900.

The Q11 and Q21 buses are down Woodhaven Boulevard, and the J/Z trains and Q52, Q53, Q56, and QM15 buses are all a seven-minute walk away from the house. There are public schools in the area, and the Forest Park Golf Course, Carousel, and Dog Run surround the house. There are restaurants, lounges, and small shops along Jamaica Avenue about a ten-minute walk away. Click through for more photos.

82-81 94 Street, #1 [Winzone Realty Inc.] GMAP

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Five-time Grammy winner James Taylor comes to Queens to give a concert this week. He might want to arrive early and leave late so he can enjoy a huge foodie event, a ghost tour, outdoor movies, festivals and concerts, and even a chance to watch top-notch cricket. Here’s the rundown.

July 30, Doo Wop Concert, 7:30 pm. Golden Oldies from the 1950s and 1960s. Free. Astoria Park Great Lawn, Shore Boulevard between Hell Gate Bridge and Astoria Pool.

July 30, Haunting Histories and Legends of Astoria, 7:30 pm. This two-hour stroll visits some lesser-known historical sites and reveals tales of the neighborhood’s grim and ghostly past. Astoria is filled with tragic Hollywood film stars, voodoo, potters’ fields, grisly murders, poltergeists, hidden treasure, and deadly waters. $20/$25 at the door, location upon registration.

July 30, I Will Not Be Silent: A Comfort Woman’s Road to Activism, 6:30 pm. Yong Soo Lee, who was forced into prostitution by the Japanese during World War II, speaks. Special presentations by Holocaust survivors. Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center, Queensborough Community College, 222-05 56th Avenue, Bayside.

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This three-bedroom, two-bath in Elmhurst is part of a four-story building that was built this year. The kitchen has all new appliances with a peninsula for extra counter space. The apartment looks like it gets a lot of sunlight. The building already has Verizon FiOS installed, and there are surveillance cameras. The monthly rent is $2,600.

There are schools and parks nearby in the area. Woodside Avenue has many restaurants, cafes, and bars to choose from. There is a grocery store around the corner, and there are small shops a few blocks away. The E, F/M, R, and 7 trains are less than a 10-minute walk away, and the Woodside LIRR is about a 20-minute walk or a five-minute drive. The Q32, Q33, Q47, Q49, Q53, and Q70 buses are all within walking distance too. Click through for more photos.

73-10 Woodside Avenue, #2 [East Coast Realtors Inc.] GMAP

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On Monday, we posted about the Historic Jackson Heights Weekend, which features two days of walking tours around the neighborhood. This was accurate as far as it goes, but it deserves an amplification, as there are guided treks all around the borough this weekend.

On Saturday, official Queens historian Jack Eichenbaum gives his signature expedition, The World of the 7 Train. It’s actually a series of six walks along with subway rides. He discusses the history and impact of the 7 line, while stopping in Long Island City, Sunnyside, Woodside, Jackson Heights, Corona, and Flushing, where the event ends with lunch, probably at a Chinese restaurant.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show is celebrating its 40th anniversary in Queens — where else? — this week. Other fun activities include a strawberry festival, a hot dog-eating contest, a theater festival, a mama’s expo, and plenty of live outdoor music. Here’s the rundown.

June 12, The Rocky Horror Picture Show Experience, 7:30 pm. This is a screening and live reenactment by the New York City Shadow Cast of the 1970s cult movie, which is now celebrating its 40th anniversary. Attendees are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite character. $15. Museum of the Moving Image, 36-01 35th Ave., Kaufman Arts District.

June 12, Unchained Theatre Festival, until June 28. This third annual extravaganza features 16 pieces, ranging from 10-minute shorts to full-length plays, performed three times in the course of three weeks. Voting by audiences and judges determines the top pieces, which receive an additional performance during the finale on June 28. $15/$18 for final round/closing ceremony. The Chain Theatre, 21-28 45th Rd., LIC.

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The Woodside zip code – 11377 – lost more native sons during the Vietnam War than any other area in the United States. Many other neighborhood residents made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their country over the past centuries, and 34 individuals who lived or worked in Woodside died during the Twin Tower terror attacks on September 11, 2001.

On Monday, members of the John V. Daniels VFW Post 2813 will honor veterans by placing a wreath at the flagpole at John Vincent Daniels Square near Roosevelt Avenue and 52nd Street at 11 am. Also, after a 10 am mass, the St. Sebastian War Veterans group will host a parade that kicks off from the St. Sebastian School parking lot at Woodside Avenue and 57th Street.

That’s only part of it. Queens has about 55,000 veteran residents, more than any other borough in New York City. It also hosts the country’s biggest Memorial Day parade (in Little Neck/Douglaston). Here’s a list of local parades scheduled for this weekend.

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This sunny one bedroom rental in Woodside is in a well-maintained, six-story building. The kitchen has wood cabinets, nice counter space, a dishwasher, and there are wood floors throughout. There’s an elevator in the building. The monthly rent is $1,595.

Down the street there’s a park, playground, and grocery store, and the area has more than its share of restaurants. The 7 train is right across the street. (A possible noise issue? Anyone here familiar with the area?)

41-45 52nd Street, #4-G [Citi Habitats] GMAP