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Community Calendar

A Greek Comedy About Gambling And Philandering

"The Card Player" (Chartopechtra) by Dimitri Psathas opened in November for a month More...

State Troopers Are Looking For Applicants

The New York State Trooper exam is coming up March 6, 13, 20, 27, 2004. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Restaurant

Of The WeekBamonte

The legendary Bamonte More...

Editorials

Editorial

Sanit, Traffic Regs
Dampen Holiday Spirit

This year, the Thanksgiving weekend, long regarded as the real start of the holiday season, will have carried distinctly Grinch-like overtones, courtesy of the Sanitation and Police Departments. More...

Letters

Mind Your Own Business! More...

Roving Photographer

"What appealed to you in this year

Macy More...

Steinway Merchant’s Plea: 

Ease Up On Tix Blitz, Give Shoppers A Chance

With early signs that this Christmas shopping season will be one of the most successful in years, some merchants are hoping that the Bloomberg Mayoral administration won More...

Swastika Carved Into Synagogue Door in Astoria

As services were being held inside the Congregation Sons of Israel synagogue in Astoria last Saturday morning, a swastika was carved into the front door of the building, Rabbi Jay Shoulson told the Gazette on Monday. More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Mayor Tanks In Latest Poll After Dumping $7.5 M In Charter Fiasco

We suspect Mayor Michael Bloomberg is far more unhappy that his popularity is down again than because he blew $7.5 million trying to pass a City Charter amendment last month. More...

McLaughlin Cited

McLAUGHLIN CITED: The Moroccan Charity Association of New York recently honored Assemblymember Brian McLaughlin (D More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Republican Senator Urges Bush To Veto Medicare Reform Bill

President George W. Bush has been urged by two high-ranking members of his own party to veto the Medicare reform bill that was given final passage in Congress last week. More...

Reduced Fare MetroCards At Queens Library

Do you qualify for a reduced-fare MetroCard? Meet representatives from MetroCard Mobile Sales Outreach and get application assistance and information. More...

Features

Sex And Robbery Crime Spree Ends with Arrest Nov. 29

A crime wave that allegedly started last May when Alberto Duque, a Woodside resident, broke up with his girlfriend, ended November 29 when Duque was arrested by police of the 108th Precinct and charged with menacing and second degree harassment. More...

Impromptu Telethon Raises Christmas $ For Local Kids xBy Richard Gentilviso

Every Christmas, the 114th Police Precinct Community Council hosts a party for deserving children in the neighborhood. The costs for food, entertainment and most importantly, presents that brighten that special day for the kids all come from the More...

Clinton Goes To Afghanistan  For Thanksgiving With Troops

In With Troops

United States Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton (New York) and Jack Reed (Rhode Island) spent Thanksgiving Day with troops of the U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division currently serving in Afghanistan. More...

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