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Resorts World Casino Hosts 3rd Annual Tree Lighting And 2nd Annual Holiday Coat Drive

Resorts World Casino New York City will host their 3rd Annual Christmas Tree Lighting on November 25, 2014 from 6 PM to 8 PM. The casino will also launch their 2nd Annual Holiday Coat Drive in partnership with New York Cares.  More...

Thanks For Giving

State Senator Jose Peralta, in conjunction with Woodside on the Move, distributed nearly 600 free turkeys to local churches, soup kitchens, food pantries and senior centers, including New Life Pantry, Community United Methodist Church and Corona Seni More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Dates & times are subject to change. To More...

Restaurant of the Week

Mojave

Since it opened seven years ago, Mojave has proven to be a consistently good restaurant and bar, with their outdoor patio in the summer where the best margaritas, cocktails, and beers flow much like so many lively conversations among friends. More...

Seniors

How Medicare Covers Outpatient Mental Health Services

Dear Savvy Senior,Does Medicare cover outpatient counseling or therapy sessions for seniors? Since retiring, my husband has really struggled with depression and needs to get some help. What can you tell us?Inquiring SeniorDear Inquiring, More...

Editorials

Hope, Thankfulness And Giving

If the news is your vocation, you cannot just “turn it off”. Even if it is not part of your beat, you always try to keep up. Unfortunately, most of it is disheartening. More...

Letters to the Editor

Feast In Queens To The Editor: More...

Shops At Atlas Park Donate $2,500 Worth Of Food

On November 21, The Shops at Atlas Park delivered $2,500 worth of food to the Glendale Food Pantry to distribute for the Thanksgiving season.Items included stuffing, biscuits, corn, cranberry sauce, green beans, mashed potatoes, yams, turkey gravy, c More...

Crowley Celebrates Thanksgiving With Seniors

Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley joined Ridgewood seniors on November 19 for their annual Thanksgiving turkey dinner at the Ridgewood Older Adult Center. More...

It’s In Queens! (November 27 to December 3)

Due to the national holiday on Thursday, this week is less active than normal. More...

Political Page

A Win For Astoria

Gazette Political Analysis:

The City Council passed a landmark zoning agreement on Astoria Cove that is a win for all involved, most importantly the Astoria community. The agreement passed on November 25 means the Hallets Peninsula will be transformed. More...

Crowley Reelected To 5th Ranking Dem Post; Maloney Reappointed To Leadership Positions

Queens Congressmembers Joseph Crowley and Carolyn Maloney were named to high-ranking party positions by their fellow Democrats in the House of Representatives last week as the organization got ready for the 2015-2016 term. More...

Health Care

Enhance A Smile With Lumineers

Lumineers have been enhancing smiles of NYC residents for over two decades. These cosmetic dental enhancements are modern, aesthetically pleasing, ceramic veneers. More...

Features

Cannibal Cop In Bid To Clear Name

Hoping to increase his chances of making it into law school, disgraced ex-NYPD “Cannibal Cop” Gilberto Valle is asking the courts to erase his criminal record.Attorneys for Valle this week filed legal papers asking a Circuit Court to overturn his con More...

Looking Forward To Clean Streets, Thanks To Vallone

Northeast Queens has just taken a huge step towards cleaner streets. Through a $22,500 allocation to the city Department of Sanitation (DSNY), Councilmember Paul Vallone (D-Bayside) has provided 40 new waste and recycling bins to District 19. More...

Maspeth H.S.’s Moot Court Places Sixth At Competition

Maspeth’s Moot Court team placed sixth out of 15th schools at the November 21 preliminary rounds of the citywide Moot Court competition held at Fordham University School of Law. More...

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