October 8, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings

Oct. 9, 8 p.m., Dutch Kills Civic Association; St. Patrick More...

It’s All Happenin’ At The Zoo

This lynx is one of the many animals basking in the beauty of fall at the Fall Foliage Festival, Oct. 11, 12 at the Queens Zoo, 53-51 111th St., Flushing Meadows More...

Restaurant of the Week


Of The WeekEnjoy Exotic Flavors
At Rajdhani Cafe & Sweets

If you enjoy the exotic flavors of Indian food, you should visit Rajdhani Café & Sweets in Woodside. Owners Hasan Salm, Hossin Akram and Rumy hail from Bangladesh. More...



Honors Past, Builds Future

The recent announcement by the Rockrose Development Corporation More...


Full Story

Making NYC Pro-Voter

In the spring of 1993, 30 years after Dr Martin Luther King More...


Brown, Galante Support Second Chance Project

Queens District Attorney Richard A. More...

Gazarra Retires After 42 Years Of Serving Three Branches Of Government

Following a 42-year career in public service, during which he accomplished the rare feat of serving in all three branches of New York State government, Civil Court Judge Anthony Gazzara has announced he will retire at the end of the year. More...

Thousands Rally For

Immigration Rights

Ricardo Corral and his friend Alfredo Fianco, both handicapped activists, rode their specially designed recumbent bikes 17 hours a day, for three consecutive days to complete the 280-mile trip between Washington, D.C. and New York City. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Ragusa: Mayor Told GOP Club Taxes Should Be Lowered

Mayor Michael Bloomberg visited the Northeast Queens Republican Club in Bayside last week, according to Phil Ragusa, the Republican candidate for the City Council in that area, and again made a pitch for cutting back on taxes that were increased earl More...

Gianaris Addresses Flushing Club

In a talk to the Stevenson Democratic Club in Flushing last Thursday, Assemblymember Michael Gianaris (D More...


Senior Spotlight

Pataki Says State

Although the federal "Do Not Call" program is presently surrounded by some controversy, Governor George Pataki advises that New York state is going ahead full throttle with its program banning telemarketers from making unwanted telephone sa More...

Funds For The SNAP Senior Program

Councilmember David I. Weprin (D-Hollis), Chairman of the City Council Finance Committee, presented a $100,000 check recently to the administration and senior center members of the Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP). More...

Depression Era Kids From Astoria

To Reunite At Riccardo

Tomorrow around noontime, some 50 senior citizens, many of whom haven More...

Star Journal

Subversion, Dairy Strike

Highlight October 1953

Get into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you More...

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