October 26, 2005 RSS feed / Features

24th Annual Bike Race Is Fun For All Ages

The Astoria Civic Association and City Councilmember Peter F. Vallone Jr. hosted the association More...

Honors Bestowed

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown, on behalf of the Asian American Council, presented New York City Mayor Michael R. More...

Hispanic Heritage Displayed At EHC

October is Hispanic Heritage Month, and to help honor and celebrate the diversity and creativity of the Hispanic community, the city Health and Hospitals Corporation is sponsoring an exhibit of emerging and established artists with ties to that commu More...

Pint-Size Rapper Poses Triple Threat

The target audience of mainstream music artists has become younger and younger with the turn of the century. Artists like Britney Spears, Lil More...

Z100 Radio Personality Is M.S. 74 Principal For A Day

Skeery Jones found himself in Queens on October 20, serving not only in his day job as producer of the hit show Elvis Duran More...

Veterans Of All Eras Wanted November 11

The Department of Defense, the City of New York and the United War Veterans Council of NYC invite veterans of all eras to join the 1945-2005 Nation More...

‘One Tree Hill’ Star Says Teen Hit Has Adult Angle

Weekly nighttime dramas involving young high school teenagers and their families More...

Parisi Bakery Bounces Back After Oven Fire

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Bata Drum Performances Held

As part of the Queens Council on the Arts Musical Journeys Along the International Express Fall 2005 series, performers held workshops and played the bata drum in performances of Afro-Cuban and contemporary music at Terraza Caf More...

Sklar Cites Volunteer History Among Qualifications

Robyn Sklar is an educator, a community organizer, an entrepreneur and a third generation-resident of Queens. She earned her bachelor More...

New Library Fine, Fee, Renewal Policies

Queens Library charges overdue fines and fees to encourage customers to return materials on time so others may enjoy library books and materials. More...

Sitka Icon Visits St. Nicholas Church Oct. 20

The Sitka Icon was presented to St. Michael Cathedral in Alaska in 1850. Since then, faithful pilgrims from across North America have come to pray before the Icon of the Mother of God, asking for motherly intercession before her Son. More...

Legendary Violinist Had Family Ties To Queens

A gathering at the Coliseum Book Store on 42nd street in Manhattan on Wednesday October 19 celebrated the life of legendary violinist Michael Rabin and the release of the first ever authorized book about his life, More...

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