A few notes:
- Seven year-old Astoria girl, Precise Tucker, who was put on life support after doing a prank and choking, died on Friday.
- Queensbridge-set film, Roxanne Roxanne debuted on Netflix this weekend and it is dope.
- City Council Speaker Corey Johnson and Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer will be at LaGuardia Community College tomorrow for the opening reception of “The Lavender Line: Coming Out in Queens,” an exhibit on the last 25 years of LGBT activism in Queens.
- Queens restaurants are getting priced out to Brooklyn due to high rents and “cheap eats” expectations, Katie Honan explains for Eater.
More notes after the jump