April 3, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Community Calendar To Your Good Health

Apr. 3, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wyckoff Heights Medical Center second Latino family health symposium, 374 Stockholm St., 5th floor conference center, Brooklyn; 963-6782. More...

LaGuardia Community College

Ailey II will be performing as part of the family series at the Performing Arts Center on April 14. For inforamtion call 482-5151. More...

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Seniors

Senior Spotlight

New Aging Chief Urges More...

Anderson Lauded

City Councilmembers John Liu and Tracy Boyland (l.) presented the City Council Pacesetters Award to Mary Anderson (c.) president of the East Flushing Civic Association, for her service and dedication to the community and in celebration of Woman More...

Sports

A New Baseball Season With New Questions

Winter is over and the Mets are back at Shea Stadium for their 40th year and they start the season with a lot of questions. More...

Marshall: Use Governors Island For Olympic Village

Governor's Island would make an excellent site to house athletes participating in the 2012 Olympic Games, Borough President Helen Marshall said Monday. Marshall's statement was issued shortly after President George W. More...

Political Page

Pataki Again Steals Long Lead As Opposing Dems Battle For Nomination

Four years ago, while Democrats resisted Queens Democratic Leader Thomas Manton More...

Governor, Mayor Brief On Trade Center

New York Governor George E. Pataki (r.) and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, recently held a special briefing at City Hall during which they provided a six-month roundup of issues relating to the cleanup and redevelopment of the World Trade Center site. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant Of The Week

Dinner Theater Comes To Jackson Avenue Steakhouse

Now there's another reason to love our multicultural borough of Queens. A new dinner theater has opened in historic Long Island City at the Jackson Avenue Steakhouse. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Water Crisis Hits Us All

Mayor Michael Bloomberg last Tuesday announced that the city is facing its first drought emergency since 1989. More...

Letters

Eyes Need Care

It was with the greatest of interest that I read your most interesting and informative piece that gave me an insight into how workers and the general public can protect and preserve their most wonderful gift of eyesight (Gazette, March 13, 2002). More...

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