December 4, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Holiday Fun

Dec. 8, Queens County Farm Museum Holiday Bazaar; Dec. 14, wreath-making workshops (advance fee required); Dec. 26-28, Holiday open house 73-50 Little Neck Pkwy., Floral Park; 347-FARM. More...

Public Service Announcements

Kew Gardens Community Center, media art instruction in pastels, water colors and drawing; holiday arts and crafts; yoga, 80-02 Kew Gardens Rd., Suite 202; 268-5960. More...

Library Locations

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Seniors

Top GOPer In Senate Pushes Medicare Reform; Rx Drug Coverage

A top Republican Senator has set his sights on reforming Medicare to add a prescription drug benefit but also to restructure the 37-year-old program for the long term. More...

Senior Center Holds Art Exhibit

The North Flushing Senior Center on 137th Street in Flushing recently held an art exhibit. City Councilmember Tony Avella met Laura Brinkman (second from l. More...

Savvy Senior

The Gazette is pleased to bring you a new question/answer information column for seniors called Savvy Senior. More...

Nolan Presents Plan To Keep Ridgewood As Queens CD

Continuing the Ridgewood community More...

Political Page

Mayor Signs R.E. Tax Hike

Bright and early Monday morning, Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed into law the 18.49 percent property tax increase passed by the city council last week, the first such increase in that levy in over a decade and the highest in New York City history. More...

Philippine Honor For Sunnyside Vet

In his Queens District Office, Congressmember Joseph Crowley presents the Philippine Liberation Medal to Andrew Rothstein of Sunnyside in recognition for his service during World War II. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekFeel Right At Home At The Family Restaurant

For 28 years, The Family Restaurant has been a home away from home, serving delicious, home cooked Italian food to families, friends and business people. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Death Sentence Is Deserved

One week ago John Taylor was sentenced to death by the same jury that had convicted him of six counts of capital murder. More...

Letters

Hails Volunteers

In this era when only news that involves horrifying events is contained in the newspapers, I must write and voice my delight and applaud the Gazette for publishing the inspiring story in the November 27 issue about the awards ceremony of November 20. More...

Roving Photographer

What magazine do you enjoy reading? More...

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