From the Daily News:
On a recent Saturday evening, drivers pulled off Union Turnpike and into a strip mall in Kew Gardens Hills, lured by a banner that blared, "Store Closing."
They rummaged through stacks of discounted DVDs, video games and even candy. With bags full of 99-cent movies, the crowd helped to empty out the Blockbuster Video, an area mainstay, before its closing this week.
It's a scene playing out across the country - and at several stores in Queens - after the Dallas-based chain filed for bankruptcy in September.
Queens residents will no longer be able to rely on Blockbuster to plan family movie nights as stores are closing in Astoria, Bayside, Forest Hills and Howard Beach, among others.
Great, those stores tend to be large, so that leaves a lot more room for Queens Crap.