June 21, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations Jun. 22, 7:45 p.m., More...

Restaurant of the Week

Michael's Restaurant

33-17 Broadway, Astoria 718.726.7474 Fax: 718.726.1991

Michael's Restaurant has been a part of the Astoria community for the past 22 years through its continually adapting to accommodate its changing clientele as well as the throngs of long-time customers. More...

Movie Review

Gazette on film

Mini 'War Of The Roses'

Although it features many hilarious episodes which cleverly capture the nuances of the human comedy, "The Break-Up" is basically a serious film which attempts to analyze the complexity of male/female relationships. More...

Features

Public Advocate Gotbaum Addresses Sunnyside Chamber

At a Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce luncheon in May 2002, Vincent Reilly, White Castle regional manager, announced that the second "Night of the Castle" party, complete with king and queen, would be held in September at the White Castle on Queens Boul More...

New Scanner At QHC Means Better Medical Care

The Department of Radiology of Queens Hospital Center (QHC) ushered in the More...

City's Bus Lines Get Triple Boost

Lawmakers in Washington from Queens have snagged large transportation grants to improve the city's private bus fleets for 500,000 riders, while city, state and MTA officials are pursuing a plan to create faster travel routes in Queens and the other f More...

Political Page

Clinton Hits Some Bumps In Presidential Road

United States Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton, who's been riding a wave of very favorable polls while steadily building a huge war chest, ran into some unfriendly and negative reactions last week connected with her possible run for U.S. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

AARP Campaigns For 2 Bills In Albany To Lower Drug Prices

The American Association for Retired Persons (AARP), an advocate for seniors, is waging an end-of-session war in Albany to get two laws passed that would help make prescription drugs more affordable for seniors and all other consumers. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Judge's Removal Shows No One Is Above The Law

Last Tuesday, Queens Supreme Court Justice Laura D. Blackburne was removed from the bench by a decision of five of the seven justices sitting on the New York Court of Appeals. More...

Learning Beats Testing To The Editor: The Department of Education is expanding its so-called Empowerment Zone to include roughly one-fourth of the city's public schools. More...

Beg Pardon

The library under construction at 21st Street and 38th Avenue as noted in "Dutch Kills Civic Ends Meeting Season With Party" by Thomas Cogan ( More...

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