January 22, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Community Meetings

Associations

Jan. 24, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Long Island City Business Development Corporation; Citibank Building, Court Square, Long Island City; 263-0546. More...

Forest Hills Resident

Plays St. Bart

Ulises Giberga will perform in St. Bart More...

Public Service Announcements

Howie the Harp Advocacy Center Project Liberty Peer Support Initiative and outreach to consumers affected by September 11 World Trade Center attacks; (866) 234-PEER or (212) 931-8396. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Preserve Carousel
As Living Museum

The creation of great museums, according to paleontologist Richard Fortey, is the hallmark of civilization. More...

Letters

Hits Cable Rates

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. More...

Roving Photographer

What special legacy did

Dr. Martin Luther King leave for us? More...

State Of Boro Address

Focuses On Schools, Youth

Outlining her agenda for 2003, Queens Borough President Helen Marshall indicated this morning in her first State of the Borough address that education and youth development are top priorities on her list. More...

Chinese New Year Has Long History

The Chinese New Year has a great history. In other traditions, by this time of the year, most resolutions made on December 31 have been forgotten and placed in a cupboard marked "maybe next year. More...

Political Page

Gioia Leads In Re-election Fundraising

The city Campaign Finance Board last week issued the first list of contributions received for this year More...

Avella Continues Graffiti Fight

City Councilmember Tony Avella, as founder and former president of the North Shore Anti Graffiti Volunteers, has made a personal commitment to rid Queens of graffiti. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The Week
Central Offers New Concept In Dining & Entertainment

Welcome to Central, a new addition to Astoria More...

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