December 6, 2000 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Community Meetings

7 p.m., Community Board 2; meet at Sunnyside Senior Center, 43-31 39th St.; 533-8773. More...

"The Nutcracker" At LaGuardia C.C., Dec. 17th

The holiday classic "The Nutcracker" will be performed at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center on the Mainstage Theatre at 47th Avenue at Van Dam Street, Long Island City on Dec. 17th at 2 p.m. More...

Public Service Announcements

Sunnyside Community Services needs seniors to volunteer for the Intergenerational Program to help children from local elementary schools with homework, call Elizabeth Guidi at 784-6173 ext. 130. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Safe Schools Mean
Secure Future

Back in the Dark Ages when some of us were in elementary school, it was a privilege to take the attendance sheet to the principal's office. Not any longer. These days, as several children attending P.S. More...

QCC Hails SCA Plans For Schools At Creedmoor

and James Trent

The Queens Civic Congress (QCC), a coalition of more than 97 civic, community, cooperative and tenant associations, finds the School Construction Authority (SCA) Board of Education plan to construct three schools at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center now c More...

Letters

Deplore Gore Tax

I am disgusted with this selfish politician Al Gore and his arrogant quest for the White House. He does not deserve that position. He is a corrupt liar and tax monger. He never keeps his promises. More...

New Power Plant Proposals Draw Renewed Protest

Charging that the proposal to place small generators in Long Island City is "just a way to skirt" environmental hearings, Assemblymember-elect Michael Gianaris said he opposes the idea. More...

Political Page

Wrong Report On Mayoral Endorsement Highlights Manton’s Predicament

Queens Democratic Leader Thomas Manton said a report that he had already decided who he will support in next year More...

QCC Honors Padavan

Queensborough Community College (QCC) recently honored state Senator Frank Padavan for providing a $50,000 grant to its Holocaust Resource Center and Archives during the 2001 fiscal year. Shown (l. to r.) are: Dr. More...

Seniors

Elderplan, A Brooklyn HMO, Now Available To Queens Seniors

Queens seniors who are not satisfied with their Medicare or HMO coverage now have another alternative to consider More...

Avella Views Senior Art

On Oct. More...

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