October 15, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Associations

Oct. 16, 7:30 p.m., United Community Civic Assn.; Augustana Lutheran Church Hall, 69-05 Ditmars Blvd., Astoria Heights; 718-932-5415. More...

Howl-o-ween Is On It’s Way

Dracula To Host Garden

In a rare daytime appearance, Transylvania More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekKati Allo Offers Greek Food, Mediterranean Atmosphere

Recent renovations have resulted in an expanded dining room boasting terra cotta floors and ochre-colored stucco walls adorned with stenciled paintings of fish and Grecian designs....In keeping with t More...

Editorials

Editorial

Smoking Ban Revisited

The great smoking ban has been in effect for almost a year now. Throughout New York City-and much of the rest of New York state More...

Letters

Settle Bus Issue Now! More...

Honoring True American Heroes

carolyn maloney

The House of Representatives recently passed the True American Heroes Act of 2003 (H.R. 1538). More...

Political Page

Ion politics

How Much Will Ragusa Benefit By Mayor

Mayor Michael Bloomberg endorsed Phil Ragusa in the 19th City Council District race in northeast Queens against incumbent Councilmember Tony Avella last week, but it seems it may not have much impact. More...

Removing Cyber Cafe Dangers

Councilmembers Gioia and Miller have introduced a bill that would ensure that cyber cafes remain safe and secure for students and adults who seek to use Internet resources and would specifically target venues where repeated violence occurs. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Grandparents Can Fight Legally For Custody Of Grandkids In NYS

A law recently enacted in New York state gives grandparents legal standing in custody fights if they have previously cared for a child in their home for the past two years. More...

GIANARIS HOLDS SENIORS FORUM

Some 100 seniors turned out for Assemblymember Michael Gianaris More...

Features

Jackson Heights Group

Hears Of INS Rule Changes

On the heels of Saturday More...

Gioia, Hurley Hold Candidates’ Debate In Dutch Kills

With three weeks to go until Election Day, most of the attention about the November 4 ballot has gone to the pros and cons of a proposed change to the City Charter that would eliminate party primaries and replace them with so-called nonpartisan elect More...

Major Rape-Fighting Bill Appears Ready For Congress

Congresswoman Maloney, with Debbie Smith, a rape victim whose attacker was convicted through DNA testing, with Senator Patrick Leahy (VT), and Kirk Bloodsworth, whose conviction was overturned through DNA testing. More...

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