November 26, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Bills Regulate Cell Phone Tower Placement

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris has introduced legislation regulating the placement of wireless cell phone towers on residential buildings. More...

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Season

Nov. 21, Council on National Literatures "Carols and Other Music of the Season" CNL/Anne and Henry Paolucci International Conference Center, 68-02 Metropolitan Ave., Middle Village; 718-821-3916. More...

A Greek Comedy About Gambling And Philandering

"The Card Player" (Chartopechtra) by Dimitri Psathas opens November 14 for a month at the Greek Cultural Center, 27-18 Hoyt Ave. South, Astoria. More...

Santa Arrives

On Broadway Dec. 3

Santa Claus comes to Broadway on Wednesday, December 3 in an event sponsored by the Broadway Astoria Merchants and Professionals Association. Santa will arrive at the intersection of Broadway and 36th Street at 4 p.m. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Dangerous Flu Year Is Expected, So Get Shots

Events such as the free flu and pneumonia shots staged by Assemblymember Michael Gianaris earlier this month took on more importance last week when the city More...

Alzheimer’s Program Demonstrated

Deputy Secretary Claude A. Allen, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, along with representatives from the city Department for the Aging and regional federal public health workers, visited Sunnyside Community Services on November 13. More...

Features

Unveil Flushing Improvement Plan, Monserrate Asks To Include Corona

The Bloomberg mayoral administration announced a far-reaching redevelopment plan for Flushing last week which has broad local support, but City Councilmember Hiram Monserrate, who represents neighboring Corona, asserts the plan "marks a step in More...

Borough Housing Problems Aired

"One of the biggest problems in Queens is housing, and affordable housing at that," Borough President Helen Marshall told the borough cabinet last week. More...

SJU Applicants Set Record

St. John More...

Seniors Get Rx Coverage Under Medicare

Ending a grueling battle between Republicans and Democrats over the past decade, the U.S. More...

Kosciuszko Bridge

Renovations To Start
Bridge

The Kosciuszko Bridge, a 64-year old span of concrete and steel bridging Newtown Creek on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, and a persistent headache for motorists with its steep grades and narrow, curving lanes, has been slated for major renovations t More...

Political Page

Ion politics

McLaughlin

Recently, Assemblymember Brian McLaughlin, in his role as head of the New York City Central Labor Council, sat quietly at the side of United Federation Teachers President Randi Weingarten at a City Council hearing where the teachers were being pummel More...

Corona Veteran Honored

In honor of Veterans More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekTricolori Offers Romanian, Continental Cuisine

The ethnic diversity of Queens means that the borough offers a cornucopia of cuisines, right in everyone More...

Editorials

Editorial

City Taxes, Fines Stifle Job Growth

New York City may be a safer place to live and work, but according to a survey of 107 chief executives, the cost of doing business is still making many companies think long and hard about expanding their operations or adding employees. More...

Letters

Keep Community Boards

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

Bright Lights, Big City

All over town this fall, it More...

Star Journal

Cars, Electricity Make News In November 1900

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

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