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Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Community Boards

Most meetings will resume in September. More...


Oedipus Rex Oedipus Rex by Sophocles will be performed at Bohemian Hall, located at 29-19 24 Avenue in Astoria on July 13 at 5:30 p.m. to be followed by select live Greek music, songs and dance. Admission is free, donation is encouraged. More...

Federation of Italian American


July 9, Tony & Tina, music and songs. More...



Adroit Budget Making
Saves Some Services

All things considered, we would have to say that Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Council performed well in closing a $3.5 billion gap to pass a $44.5 billion budget with relatively minor service cuts. More...


Applauds School Funding Decision

At a time when everyone is talking about rebuilding and improving New York, it is important that our government provides the necessary tools for New Yorkers to succeed. More...

Letters 2003 Is Mixed Bag

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Political Page

I on politics

Mayor, Council Pass Budget Test Despite Tax Increases

Two years ago, when the first class of term limit candidates in New York City were getting ready to run for public office, the idea was strongly criticized on grounds that there would be no one with any experience in government to handle the difficul More...

Queensbridge Holds Family Day

Participating in the Queensbridge annual Family Day Celebration were Pastor Taylor of Long Island City Center of Hope, Assemblymember Catherine Nolan and retired New York City Police Department Detective Robert Nero. More...


Senior Spotlight

House, Senate Must Agree On Single Rx Plan

No doubt the passage of prescription drug benefit bills by both the House and Senate last Thursday was historic and long overdue. More...

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