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Community Calendar

Community Meetings

Feb. 26th, 6 p.m., Self Help for Hard of Hearing People, Lexington School For The Deaf, 30th Avenue and 75th Street; 264-3017. More...

Minneapolis Jazzdancers Come To Queens

Queens Theatre In The Park in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park presents Jazzdance by Danny Buraczeski, Mar. 3rd and 4th. The Minneapolis based dance company will present a program consisting of three current works; 1999 More...

Editorials

Editorial

School Survey Is Futile

Schools Chancellor Harold Levy has proposed spending a little under $1 million to conduct a survey of 125,000 parents and employees to find out what they think of the New York City school system. More...

Letters

PA Does Good Job

Exactly how much does the Mayor want our airports to grow? I live in the flight path of LaGuardia, believe me that airport is big enough. Remember, it was the Port Authority who fought the increase in additional flights at LaGuardia. More...

Roving Photographer

By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead More...

Councilmembers Back New Safety Signals On Queens Blvd.

By John toscano More...

Political Page

Vallone’s Criticism Of Stern Now Bearing Fruit

City Council Speaker Peter Vallone was right on the mark last year when he called Parks Commissioner Henry Stern on the carpet for demanding a fee from a Catholic group that wanted to use a park in Manhattan for an event. More...

Crowley: Almost All Queens K-3 Classes Are Overcrowded

During the 1999 More...

115th Pct. Officer Retires

City Councilmember John D. More...

Sports

Red Storm Nips UConn, 60-55 On Special Night At MSG

Last year the St. John More...

Bryant Falls To Midwood, 67-65, In PSAL Playoffs

The Bryant H.S. boys basketball team went into the first round of the Public School Athletic League playoffs with high hopes. After all, the Owls had won 21 games coming into the matchup with the winner of the Brooklyn 2A division. More...

SJU’s Winning Streak Stopped Cold By Providence

It was Valentine More...

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