January 30, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Nolan Rallies Community To Protest Prostitution In LIC

State, city and community officials converged on the Q-Plaza Motel in Long Island City on Sunday, January 27 to protest the pimps and prostitutes that frequent the hotel and often do business on surrounding streets. More...

Community Calendar

Community Calendar Community Meetings

Feb. 4, 8 p.m., sharp, Jackson Heights Neighborhood Association; Lutheran Church of Atonement, basement meeting room, 87th Street and 31st Avenue. More...

Moving Image Screenings Feb. 2 And Feb. 16

Coffin Ed Johnson (Raymond St. Jacques) and Gravedigger Jones (Godfrey Cambridge) in Ossie Davis More...

‘I Hate Hamlet’ Features Forest Hills Resident

Judith Tsanos of Forest Hills is featured in St. Bart More...

Seniors

Major Drug Firm To Offer Discounts On Prescriptions

On March 1, low-income seniors who are enrolled in Medicare and are not members of any other program that gives them some coverage for prescription drugs will have an opportunity to get into such a program. More...

Group Nears 200 Books Read

The 20 members of the Woodhaven Library Group savored their cultural achievement on Wednesday, January 16, as they discovered that "Proof," the David Auburn play they were discussing that afternoon was the 197th book they had reviewed in th More...

Astoria Firefighter Memorialized On His Birthday

On the day he would have been 31 years old, Firefighter Edward (Teddy) White was instead remembered by over 1,000 mourners who turned out for his memorial Mass last Friday at St. Joseph More...

Nolan Rallies Community To Protest Prostitution In LIC

State, city and community officials converged on the Q-Plaza Motel in Long Island City on Sunday, January 27 to protest the pimps and prostitutes that frequent the hotel and often do business on surrounding streets. More...

Political Page

Post 9/11 NYC Is Political Mecca For Busy Election Year

New York City is going to be a popular place for political events this year as both out-of-towners and New York state-based pols try to give the still-recovering city economy a boost. More...

Markey, Bloomberg Confer

Assemblymember Margaret Markey spoke with Mayor Michael Bloomberg shortly after Governor George Pataki More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant Of The Week

Fine Cuisine In A Romantic Setting At Amici Amore

WWith Valentine More...

Editorials

Editorial

Little Lady Liberty Belongs In Queens

Once upon a time, a century ago to be precise, one William H. Flattau, a New York City property owner, took a liking to the then 16-year-old Statue of Liberty. More...

Letters

Praises Coverage

Better late than never! I More...

Beg Pardon

It could be inferred from the article "Zoning Changes Evoke Opposition" in the January 16 edition of the Gazette that Dorothy Williams Pereira occupies a position of significance with Community Board 14. More...

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