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Metropolitan Avenue is a major avenue located in Queens NY. It starts off at Jamaica Avenue by the Van Wyck Expressway in Richmond Hill and goes all the way to Williamsburg in Brooklyn from there. Metropolitan Avenue is known to be a major truck route in Queens and is also a major commercial strip for most of the neighborhoods it cuts through, which includes Kew Gardens, Forest Hills, Middle Village, Maspeth, Ridgewood, and Williamsburg. Metromall is located on Metropolitan Avenue in Middle Village. The Q54 is Metropolitan Avenue's main bus.
Take Metropolitan Avenue to reach Fresh Pond Road.
by NYC Metalhead September 5, 2006
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Essentially a ghetto version of Queens Boulevard. Picture Queens Boulevard without all the stores or the mall, replace them with projects, run down tenements with graffiti, and empty lots, and you have Linden Boulevard. Linden Boulevard in Brooklyn runs through some of the worst neighborhoods in New York City, such as East New York. Linden Boulevard also goes to Queens, but its not a bad or major street in Queens, as it is in Brooklyn.
Linden Boulevard is even more dangerous then Queens Boulevard
by NYC Metalhead June 21, 2006
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Myrtle Avenue is a avenue in Brooklyn and Queens that is often busy. It starts off at Jamaica Avenue near Lefferts Boulevard in Richmond Hill and goes all the way to Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn. Myrtle Avenue is esp. a major street in Ridgewood. The Q55 serves the Queens stretch of Myrtle Avenue and the B54 serves the Brooklyn stretch. In addition, the M train serves a significat stretch of Myrtle Avenue in Brooklyn.
Forest Park is by Myrtle Avenue
by NYC Metalhead September 5, 2006
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Another racist asshole who has his head shoved so far up his ass he doesn't even know what real racism is.
Al Sharpton is a joke and the world would be better off without him.
by NYC Metalhead June 21, 2006
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A very long avenue in Queens NY that starts off at Fulton Street in East New York Brooklyn and turns into Jericho Turnpike once it crosses the Cross Island Parkway in Bellemore Queens. One of the more busier avenue's in Queens, with alot of stores through all the neighborhoods it cuts through, esp. in Woodhaven and Jamaica. The q56 and q36 serve Jamaica Avenue. Jamaica Avenue is a good street to look for if your lost in Queens.
Guy R Brewer Boulevard starts off at Jamaica Avenue
by NYC Metalhead June 25, 2006
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A major 4 lane avenue in Queens NY that starts off at Myrtle Avenue in Richmond Hill Queens and goes all the way to Nassau County. Runs parrell to Jamaica Avenue throughout much of its stretch, Hillside avenue is also a very busy street with alot of stuff on it.
Merrick Boulevard starts off at Hillside Avenue
by NYC Metalhead June 25, 2006
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A major boulevard in Queens NY that Bayside residents often refer to as "Franny Lew". Francis Lewis Boulevard was previously called Cross Island Boulevard, then later named after a Whitestone resident who signed the Declaration of Independence to avoid confusion with the Cross Island Parkway. Easily one of the longest boulevards in Queens, probably the second longest behing Northern Boulevard, F. Lewis Boulevard starts off at Hook Creek Boulevard in Rosedale Queens right by the border to Nassau and goes all the way to Whitestone. The Q76 and Q77 buses serve Francis Lewis Boulevard.
Francis Lewis Boulevard cuts through Cunningham park.
by NYC Metalhead June 24, 2006
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