August 3, 2005 RSS feed / Features

El–tawil Wins College Of Aeronautics Award

It was announced today that a Flushing resident, Iaisha A. El More...

Poll Workers/Interpreters Wanted For Elections

Each year, the New York City Board of Elections falls short of recruiting 30,000 residents needed to help administer the elections for both the Primary and General Elections. More...

Funding Approved For Road Improvements All Over Queens

Queens lawmakers in Washington last week secured millions of dollars for major street and road improvements throughout the borough that will produce jobs and improve safety for motorists and pedestrians. More...

Queens Library Is Torrid Zone For Romance Readers This Summer

Some "hot" beach reading is available at the Queens Library. More...

Visiting Nurse Service NY Offers End Of Life Workshop

The Terri Schiavo situation raised consciousness throughout the country that the best way to avoid such contentious situations is to appoint a health care proxy and leave an advance directive before the occasion arises. More...

Final CALDC Events For 2005

The Central Astoria Local Development Coalition (CALDC) Waterfront Concert Series is coming to an end and everyone is invited to come to Astoria Park for the final performance, to enjoy some great music free of charge. More...

Discover Queens And See The World

Senator Padavan%27s sponsored "Discover Queens - Visit Queens...See The World" license plate was unveiled at the Queens Unisphere. More...

Gianaris Urges Passage Of Transit Security Legislation

Citing growing concerns over the lack of security in the city subway system following the London bombings last month, Assemblymember Michael Gianaris has called for the immediate passage of his Transit Security Act. More...

FIAO Holds 5 K Run

The Federation of Italian-American Organizations of Queens, Inc. is hosting its annual 5K Run to help fight drug abuse on Saturday August 6. More...

2 Staff Members Leave St. John’s Prep

At the end of the school year, the St. John More...

Lafayette Calls For Smaller, Safer SUVs

The introduction of the $105,000, 25,999-pound International CXT to the sports recreation vehicle market has toughened Assemblymember Ivan Lafayette More...

LIC Harley-Davidson Helps MDA With Fundraiser

To commemorate Harley-Davidson More...

Scholastic Launches Boarding School Series

In Chestnut Hill #1: The New Class (Scholastic Paperbacks/Scholastic; August 2005; $4.99; Ages 9-12), Lauren Brooke invites us to get to know the girls of Chestnut Hill, a Virginia boarding school with a rich tradition of academics, horses, and r More...

Galante Outlines Plans For Queens Library

Thomas Galante, newly appointed director of the Queens Borough Public Library, outlined plans for furthering Borough President Helen Marshall More...

Crystal Gallery Exhibition Brings Art Down To Earth

For Chaolun Baatar, the attacks of September 11 inspired a new artistic paradigm. More...

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Onorato Hails New Voting Machines Bill

State Senator George Onorato (D More...

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