May 18, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Memorial Day May 28, 9:30 a.m., Bayside Hills Civic Association annual Memorial Day Observance at the mall, Bell Boulevard and 53rd Avenue. More...

Crystal Exhibits Sculptor’s Work

Crystal Foundation Art Gallery presents More...

Restaurant of the Week

Copper Kettle Offers Family Dining, Great Food

The Copper Kettle is a friendly, neighborhood restaurant and bar that welcomes families to fresh, inventive meals at affordable prices. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

"At a time when we have young men and women returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan every day, we need to make sure these new veterans also receive the health care they deserve," Congressmember Joseph Crowley declared in speaking against a Ve More...

Gotbaum Bill Aims To Quicken Rent Exemption Applications For Seniors

Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum has introduced legislation to try to speed up application approvals for rent exemptions for low-income seniors who are being forced to pay rents they can More...

Quinn To Take Vets’ Families To Calverton Cemetery

Many deceased veterans who once lived in Queens now rest in Calverton National Cemetery on Long Island. For their survivors, visiting their loved ones More...

Features

Klein: ‘Make A Difference In NYC Public Education’

Back at P.S. 151 in Woodside where he attended as a child, Schools Chancellor Joel Klein recalled, More...

Fireworks Drawings Light Up Doral Bank 2nd Exhibit

Fireworks Drawings, abstract works by New York artist Rosemarie Fiore that use exploded fireworks as their medium, are being exhibited as part of the Doral Bank Art Program at the bank More...

Wager: CALDC Concerts Will Go On This Summer

Thanks to the cooperation of the city Department of Parks and Recreation and Queens Commissioner of Parks Dorothy Lewandowski, all indications are that the waterfront concert series, sponsored by the Central Astoria Local Development Coalition (CALDC More...

Political Page

Busy Long Weekend For Queens Dems Brings Another Tough Choice For Mayor

SEEMS LIKE FOUR YEARS AGO: Monday More...

Fields In Sunnyside

The West Queens Independent Democratic Club recently hosted Democratic mayoral hopeful C. Virginia Fields at a club meeting. Fields spoke about creating jobs, improving education and building affordable housing. More...

On the brief side... Crowley Bill Covers Uninsured

Congressmember Joseph Crowley (D More...

Editorials

Editorial

Falling Social Studies Scores = Failing Democracy

New York City eighth grade students are failing the state More...

Op—ed

Executive Budget Has Good News For Everyone

Two weeks ago Thursday, I presented the city Executive Budget for the next fiscal year, which begins July 1. More...

Letters

Health Regimen To The Editor:

I had my yearly physical recently, actually a year and a half, and my family internist said I was in excellent health. Aside from insisting I exercise, he adamantly urged me to get a colonoscopy, as I hit the half-century mark several years ago. More...

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