March 31, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings
Associations

Apr. 1, 7:45 p.m., Ridgewood Property Owners & Civic; J.H.S. 93, Auditorium, Forest Avenue; 718-275-0569. More...

Astoria Jazz Band To Play At Kennedy Center

The 13 piece Astoria Jazz Band, formed and led by Carol Sudhalter, has been chosen to play in the Mary Lou Williams Festival at the Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Gran Rancho Jubilee Offers Taste Of The Tropics

Just across the highway from LaGuardia Airport on 94th Street in East Elmhurst a tropical paradise awaits. It More...

Editorials

Editorial

Holding Back 3rd Graders
Won

Echoes from the "Monday Night Massacre" of March 15 are still reverberating throughout New York City. More...

Letters

Notes Ghetto Uprising

On the evening of Apr. More...

Roving Photographer

"Do you have SPRING FEVER?" More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Mayoral politics for the still far-off 2005 election were much in evidence last week as the issues of schools, fire safety, the smoking ban and government responsiveness came to the fore propelled by some mayoral wannabees. More...

Gennaro Bestows Pacesetter Award Honors

On March 25, City Councilmember James Gennaro honored local resident and community activist, Carolann Foley with the Pacesetter Award for her outstanding effort as a woman in the community. More...

Seniors

Council Gets $8M Seniors’ Meal Funds Restored To Budget

Under pressure from the City Council, the Bloomberg mayoral administration has agreed to restore $8 million to the present budget to continue a meals for the elderly program which the mayor had not included in the spending plan. More...

Ask The Public Advocate

The Office of Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum is here to help all residents of New York City cut through government red tape and get the city services that are rightfully theirs. More...

Features

DOT Plans For Queens Blvd. Get Cool Reception

The New York City Department of Transportation recently proposed a spring cleaning of sorts along Queens Boulevard, from Long Island City to Elmhurst. More...

Crime Keeps Project Tenants Prisoners In Own Homes

Crime may be making a comeback, as some in the city believe it is, but others observe that crime never really went away. More...

Queens Bar Offers

H.S. Program

The Queens County Bar Association reminds juniors in all Queens high schools that April 9 is the deadline for schools to submit entries in the Bar More...

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