May 3, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Memorial Day May 28, 7:30 p.m., Whitestone Veterans Memorial Association memorial service; Church-on-the-Hill, 167-05 35th Ave., Flushing; More...

Restaurant of the Week

Mythos Offers Fine, Fresh Greek Cuisine

196-29 Northern Boulevard flushing + 718.357.6596

At Mythos, the dining experience begins as you walk in the front door. More...

Book Review

Sure-Footed 'Hotchkiss' Has Date With Destiny

Starring Marisa Tomei, Mary Steenburgen, John Goodman and Scottish actor Robert Carlyle, "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School" is a poignant, touching tale of the vagaries of fate and destiny. More...

'Silent Hill': A Town That Should Be Avoided

Creating blockbuster hits from video games has worked out-sometimes. But just because "Lara Croft Tombraider" and "Resident Evil" succeeded doesn't necessarily mean the pattern should be continued with "Silent Hill". More...

Features

114 CC Celebrates 41-Year Veteran's Retirement

Detective First Grade Robert W. Henning became a New York City police officer on February 15, 1965. More...

HEAP Can Help With Winter Energy Bills

HEAP, the federally funded Home Energy Assistance Program is intended to help senior citizens, tenants, homeowners and families with low-incomes pay for energy bills. More...

Rudy: Exploring Chances Of Winning Presidency In 2008

During a trip to Iowa over the past two days to build goodwill for himself More...

Political Page

Meng May Not Seek Re-election;

Nolan Club Sets Annual Dinner

Queens Democrats rarely have to fuss over Assembly elections since incumbents usually run for re-election and have no problem winning. More...

Seniors

Grannies Not Guilty Of Disorderly Conduct During Protest

The Granny Peace Brigade, those 18 older women, who were arrested as they protested the Iraq War in front of a Times Square military recruitment office, were acquitted last week of disorderly conduct charges. More...

Sabini Legislation Would Make Seniors' Lives Easier

Because May is Older Americans Month, state Senator John Sabini (D-WFP, Jackson Heights) is calling for action on a series of bills he has introduced this year that, if passed, could make life easier, safer and more affordable for millions of New Yor More...

Editorials

U.S. National Anthem Must Be In English

For more than two centuries, the United States has welcomed immigrants, most of whom set out to become citizens as soon as they could. One of the requirements for becoming a citizen was knowing enough English to pass a citizenship test. More...

Cell Phones, Used Wisely, Belong In School

A program to search for weapons through random searches at New York City schools went into effect last Wednesday. More...

Give $ Back To DAs To The Editor: As we've heard in the opening scenes of "Law and Order:" "In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate yet equally important groups: the police, who investigate crime and the district a More...

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