October 29, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Associations

Nov. 3, 8 p.m., Jackson Heights Neighborhood Assn.; Atonement Lutheran Church Basement Meeting Room, 87th Street, Corona. More...

Cool Jazz

Saxophonist James Spaulding will be the guest musician at the LaGuardia performing Arts Center More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekArmondo

Recently, Jerry Crisci, the owner of Armondo More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Mayor Michael Bloomberg has added his voice to those seeking authorization from federal officials to allow prescription drugs from Canada, which are cheaper than those sold in the United States, to be purchased by New York City seniors. More...

Weprin And Miller Visit SNAP Seniors

Councilmember David I. Weprin (D-Hollis), was joined by the Speaker of the New York City Council Gifford Miller, Assemblymember Mark Weprin, and Assemblymember Ann Margaret Carrozza at the SNAP Senior Center in Queens. More...

Features

Wins ‘Big Fat’ Prize

For Greek-Inspired Burger

When it comes to singing the praises of her prize-winning, Greek-inspired burger recipe, Susan Mello of Jackson Heights via Astoria needs no assistance. More...

My Big Fat Greco-Inspired Burger Makes 6 burgers

Prepare an open grill for moderate direct-heat cooking. More...

Community Vigilance Is Key To Landmark Designation

Residents of a community may believe that a building, a bridge, a cemetery, a tree, or even an entire neighborhood is a landmark due to its architectural, cultural, or historical significance. More...

Bill Filed To Regulate Cell Phone Antennas

Prompted by concerns of Astoria residents about cell phone antennas that are popping up throughout the community and which might be dangerous, Assemblymember Michael Gianaris and City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Bloomberg Puts $2M Into Charter Change Issue

Although there was always a strong possibility that Mayor Michael Bloomberg would tap his ample bankroll to promote his proposal to change the City Charter to end partisan primary elections, when he finally did it last week, it left an unsettling fee More...

Addressing community Concerns

Pictured at the podium is Assemblymember Michael Gianaris at the recent United Community Civic Association meeting where he discussed legislation to address community concerns about the siting of cell phone towers in residential neighborhoods. More...

Avella Holds

Halloween Open House

City Councilmember Tony Avella will host an open house for Halloween trick or treaters on Friday, October 31 between 3 and 5 p.m. at his district office, 38-50 Bell Blvd. in Bayside (entrance on 39th Avenue More...

Editorials

Editorial

Vote

On Tuesday, voters will find several proposed changes to the City Charter on the ballot. Chief among these is Mayor Michael Bloomberg More...

Willets Point Meets Criteria

News stories and editorials as the month began discussed an Olympic stadium in Willets Point, an area nestled among Shea Stadium, Roosevelt Avenue, Northern Boulevard and the Flushing River. More...

Letters

Queens Blvd. Left Out? More...

Star Journal

‘Great War’ At Home And Abroad

Hogs Headlines In October 1917

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

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