It was a busy week for news in Forest Hills.
The family of a missing autistic teenager from Rego Park has called for volunteers in the search, but NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly said the department might have to adjust its resources for the case.
Forest Hills’ Danny Brown Wine Bar was the only borough eatery to receive a Michelin star this year. And the 112th Precinct warned of burglary and grand larceny patterns currently taking place.
Here is your Week in Review.
The parents of Avonte Oquendo, a Rego Park teen who was last seen three weeks ago after leaving school in Long Island City, called for volunteers in the search.
And the 112th Precinct warned residents about a burglary pattern and a grand larceny scheme that were going on within its confines.
Kelly said the NYPD would likely have to make “adjustments” in the search for Avonte Oquendo. And the Central Queens Y will host an upcoming discussion of novelist Philip Roth’s work.
Check out this slideshow of photos from Saint Luke’s Church’s kickoff to its centennial celebration.
And take a look at this review of “12 Years a Slave,” which opened in Queens this weekend.
This weeks Queens Eats recipe is pumpkin safe Alfredo penne.