February 25, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

A ‘Sitdown’ With One Of The City’s Urban Explorers

Most people find the idea of climbing bridges and skyscrapers to be preposterous, let alone achievable. More...

Family Signs Off On Crabhouse ‘Dream’

The family of the late Long Island City restaurateur, Anthony “Tony” Mazzarella, made the agonizing decision to turn off the lights at the Waterfront Crabhouse for the last time on February 15. More...

Senator George Onorato Is Mourned

Former New York state Senator George Onorato peacefully passed away at his home in East Elmhurst, surrounded by his children and family on February 21, 2015, at the age of 86. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

Napoli Pizza and Pasta

“It’s like dining with family,” said one loyal patron at Napoli Pizza and Pasta. More...

Features

Assemblymember Nolan Holds Education Meeting

Cathy Nolan, chairwoman of the New York State Assembly’s education committee, called a local district meeting last Tuesday at Sunnyside Community Services, to protest the continuing denial of funding for schools.  Funding was mandated by a serie More...

Beware Fake ‘NYC Finance’ eMails

Law enforcement officials are warning New Yorkers to beware a team of scam artists who are trying to bait residents into giving up personal and financial information by sending emails that resemble authentic city parking ticket payment requests. More...

Cops Hunt Jackson Heights Gunman

Police last week released a surveillance photo (see photo) of a man who attacked and robbed a man at gunpoint in Jackson Heights on January 7.Cops said the suspect was captured on surveillance footage peering into windows at P.S. More...

Onorato: A Born Leader

George Onorato, who died last weekend at the age of 86 was a very imposing figure politically and he will be missed by all. More...

It’s In Queens! (February 26 to March 4)

Don’t fret if you missed last week’s innumerable Lunar New Year celebrations, as this week presents opportunities for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean dance, music, art, and calligraphy. More...

History Of Southeast Queens Honored In New Musical

The history of Southeast Queens will soon make its debut as an entertaining and informative play celebrating legendary figures and events that have made the area famous. More...

Hunt Fake Livery Driver In Chef Murder

Queens detectives are searching for a motorist who posed as a livery driver and beat to death a three-year-old Astoria man on February 20.Cops said Jose Antonio Cocuyo-Malaga, who worked as a chef at a nearby Bearburger Restaurant, stopped off with a More...

Political Page

Latest On Rudy Vs. Obama

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who had been lambasting President Obama for the past week, questioning first his courage to go after ISIS, then his love for America, continued his attacks in one newspaper on Tuesday, but was backing off in another. More...

Seniors

What Medicare Doesn’t Cover

Dear Savvy Senior,I’m about to sign up for Medicare Part A and B and would like to find out what they don’t cover so I can avoid any unexpected costs down the road.Almost 65Dear Almost, More...

Editorials

If You Clean It, Spring Will Come

We know it is hard to believe Spring 2015 is only a little more than three weeks away. More...

Letters to the Editor

Big Brother Is Watching To The Editor: Creepy, Calculating and Controlling – All the Ways Big Brother Is Watching You: More...

Reducing Auto Theft

Since becoming district attorney in 1991, my office has been at the forefront of the battle against auto crime. More...

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