September 21, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Columbus Day Oct. 9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Atria Senior Center Columbus Day Concert with Dino Rosi, 117-01 84th Ave., Kew Gardens. More...

Editorials

Bush Calls For World Unity To Fight Terror Editorial

President George W. Bush stood before more than150 heads of state at the United Nations last week to call for the elimination of terrorism and tyranny and the spread of democracy to all the peoples of the world. More...

Letters

The Remembered Live On To The Editor:

Perhaps growing old is defined by knowing more people who have died than are alive. If that is so, I have been older longer than I have been young. More...

Features

Katrina Relief Efforts Affecting New York Red Cross

A man from the American Red Cross and a man with an illuminated bow tie were speakers in September, as the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce resumed its monthly luncheons at Dazies restaurant on Queens Boulevard, after the summer break. More...

New Klein Farm Development Proposal Strongly Opposed

The City Planning Commission has received a new land use application that proposes the construction of 18 two-family homes on the Klein Farm property in Fresh Meadows More...

Bd. 2 Street Resurfacing Begins

Community Board 2 has received notification from the city Department of Transportation that milling and resurfacing of several streets within the Board 2 area is scheduled to begin on or about September 18th. More...

Political Page

Weiner Made Right Decision, Didn’t Run Away From Fight

Political Analysis

Nothing can convince this observer that Congressmember Anthony Weiner pulled out of the then still undecided Democratic mayoral runoff imbroglio last Wednesday because he didn More...

Seniors

Medicare Premium Going Up 13% To $88.50 A Month Next Year

Here we go again! The basic Medicare monthly premium will go up to $88.50 next year, an increase of about $10 from what 42 million Medicare members are paying now, the Bush presidential administration announced last week. More...

Hot Summer Brings Record Power Use

The warmer-than-normal temperatures over one of the hottest summers on record pushed electricity use in New York City and Westchester to new heights, Con Edison said. More...

Star Journal

Tokyo Quake, Prohibition Are News In Sept. ‘23

Ge t into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you%27re likely to discover a subscriber of the More...

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