August 28, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

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In Cold Blood

Master Class: The Art of Cinematography on view Sept. 14 More...

Public Service Announcements

Astoria Performing Arts Center, seeking actors, male in 20 More...

Seniors

Seniors Told To Avoid Becoming Fraud Victims

The New York City Departments for the Aging (DFTA) and of Consumer Affairs (DCA) teamed up on Monday to launch Fraud Against Senior Citizens Awareness Week, an effort designed to continue educating the public and going after those who prey on the eld More...

Queens Centenarian Celebrates

City Councilmember Tony Avella honored Lucia Greico Danzi with a New York City Council Proclamation at the Evergreen Restaurant in Whitestone where a crowd of friends had gathered for her 100th birthday. More...

City Council Study Finds Women Face Long Waits For Mammograms

New York City women must wait an average of two months at a private health facility to get screened for breast cancer and an average of three weeks at public health centers, a city council investigation has revealed. More...

Political Page

Another Castro Tempest Erupts,

This Time Over Altered McCall Flier

Charles Castro, who More...

Maloney Visits Gazette

Photo Ida Silow

Congressmember Carolyn Maloney (c.) visited Gazette offices last week for an editorial conference. She is shown with Linda Wilson, editor, Tony Barsamian, Gazette publisher, and Julian Wager, advertising director (seated). More...

Restaurant of the Week

Gazette

Restaurant
Of The WeekJust Arthur's Serves Great Food In A Friendly Setting

JJust Arthur's, a fixture at the intersection of Steinway Street and Ditmars Boulevard for 17 years, offers extraordinary Italian and continental dishes in a comfortable, yet elegant atmosphere. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Ask Before Converting Hotels

The people of East Elmhurst are up in arms about the conversion of the 49-room Skyway Motel at 102-10 Ditmars Blvd. into a homeless shelter. More...

Letters

New Graffiti Law? More...

Op—ed

Let More...

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