The WRBA banner, at a town hall.
A race at the track at Victory Field, in Forest Park.
Steps in Forest Park.
Jamaica Avenue at 94th Street, with the J and Z subway lines overhead.
The sun sets behind one of the numerous American flags on display in Woodhaven.
At the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
Forest Park steps leading down to Park Lane South.
The Q56 bus is crucial to transportation in Woodhaven.
The Woodhaven American Legion post.
A Forest Park playground at 100th Street and Park Lane South.
The W.O.R.K.S. Little League parades down Jamaica Avenue.
A runner finishes the course at the racetrack at Victory Field, Forest Park.
Attendees at a WRBA town hall.
The legendary Jasons, a now-shuttered toystore known to generations of Woodhaven residents.
Forest Park Drive, one of Woodhaven's many scenic routes.
The W.O.R.K.S. Little League parades up Forest Parkway.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg with State Senator Joseph Addabbo.
A memorial color guard on Forest Parkway.
One of many features that give Woodhaven real character.
The busy intersection of Jamaica Avenue and Woodhaven Boulevard.
A WRBA town hall.
Fun at the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
The Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
A facade on Jamaica Avenue contains traces of the past.
World War II veteran and Woodhaven resident Joe Virgona.
Council Member Elizabeth Crowley receives the bullhorn at the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
The legendary Jason's toystore.
Officers from the 102nd Precinct speak at a WRBA town hall.
The 102nd Precinct is regularly represented at WRBA town halls.
A memorial at the Woodhaven American Legion post.
Three WRBA Board members: Vance Barbour, Janet Chan-Smith, and Maria Thomson.
One of several Jamaica Avenue restaurants.
Woodhaven is a culturally diverse community.
The Christmas tree on Forest Parkway.
The banner of the Woodhaven Cultural Historical Society, one of the community's several organizations.
The steps leading down from the subway on Jamaica Avenue at Woodhaven Boulevard.
Trees grow everyone in Woodhaven, even beneath the el.
Woodhaven Boulevard, viewed from the el.
Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
Park Lane South, showing off its winter colors.
Council Member Eric Ulrich promotes his anti-graffiti initiative.
The Q56 bus makes its way down Jamaica Avenue.
One of Jamaica Avenue's numerous businesses.
The ever vibrant Jamaica Avenue.
The performer's point of view at the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
The Wonderful Woodhaven Street Fair.
WRBA Board Member Vance Barbour attempting to share the organization's publications with passers-by.
"Elvis" at the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
The gate of Franklin K. Lane High School.
A solid contingent of Woodhaven's veterans.
Woodhaven snowed in.
A memorial ceremony outside the Woodhaven American Legion post.
A snapshot of a typical Woodhaven streetscape.
A plaque acknowledging the historical significance of the Forest Park Carousel.
The recently refurbished track and multi-sport field at Victory Field.
A greenhouse at Forest Park.
During warmer months, expert chess players regularly showcase their skills at Forest Park.
One of Forest Park's many footpaths.
With luck, the antique carousel in Forest Park will be shuttered less often.
One of Woodhaven's several schools.
A view onto two of 98th Street's apartment buildings.
The handball courts at Victory Field.
The elevated subway over Jamaica Avenue near 98th Street.
The artificial turf of the multi-sport field, at Victory Field in Forest Park.
A marker of historical significance, at the public library on Forest Parkway.
Forest Parkway, with the local library on the right ahead.
A Beatles tribute band plays at the Seuffert Bandshell in Forest Park.
The carousel in Forest Park.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg with WRBA Director Vance Barbour.
"Benny the Garbologist," one of Woodhaven's colorful characters.
Forest Park in the winter.
A Forest Park bench.
Woodhaven's architecture is often distinctive.
The clocktower warehouse is in Ozone Park, just across Atlantic Avenue from Woodhaven.
Schmidt's candy store, a longtime Woodhaven store.
One of Jamaica Avenue's several restaurants.
One of Jamaica Avenue's supermarkets.
New York's Bravest on Woodhaven Boulevard.
Longtime Woodhaven establishment Joseph's Pharmacy.
In Forest Park.
Forest Park offers many opportunities to be at peace in one's surroundings.
The bleachers at the Victory Field racetrack, in Forest Park.
Steps leading up into Forest Park from Park Lane South.
One of Jamaica Avenue's longtime businesses.
A memorial on Forest Parkway.
One of Jamaica Avenue's many eateries.
Students at St. Thomas the Apostle, one of Woodhaven's longtime parochial schools.
A pretty vantage.
A not-atypical Woodhaven street.
Another typical Woodhaven scene.
The rainy intersection of Woodhaven Boulevard and Jamaica Avenue.
The window of longtime Woodhaven business Schmidt's Candies.
A Jamaica Avenue streetscape.
Park Lane South in the winter.
Lewis' of Woodhaven, the legendary general store, has since closed down.
Another location of Lewis' of Woodhaven, the legendary general store.
Snow doesn't keep Woodhaven residents indoors.
A historical plaque outside the local post office.
Franklin K. Lane High School, at the border of Woodhaven and Brooklyn.
WRBA Director Maria Thomson and other Woodhaven denizens with Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Another distinctive facade on Jamaica Avenue.
Lt. Clinton L. Whiting Square, in memory of a World War I hero.