August 9, 2006 RSS feed / Features

Club Soma Closed By 114th Precinct Police

On Thursday, August 3, at about 9:30 p.m. More...

SBA Offers Disaster Loans To Businesses Hit By Blackout

Last Thursday, the federal Small Business Administration, in the More...

NYPD Has iPod Etching Program

Queens Transit cops are offering a new weapon to help in their war on thugs who snatch electronic gadgets from city straphangers. More...

WEPRIN BACK

WEPRIN BACK FROM ISRAEL: Returning to the United States last Wednesday from a three-day inspection tour of war-torn Israel, Councilmember David Weprin (D-Hollis) declared, "America has no greater friend than the State of Israel" and said More...

CALDC Pop Rock Concert

The Central Astoria Local Development Coalition's 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...

Russian Space Rendezvous Tops August 1962 News

Get into a conversation with a longtime Queens resident More...

Major Graffiti Clean Up Starts Monday In NE Queens

Starting next Monday, a new chapter in the fight to rid his Northeast More...

Con Ed Won't Compensate Non-Food Businesses

In the face of more than an hour of questioning by members of the New York state Assembly at LaGuardia Community College last Thursday, Consolidated Edison Chief Executive Officer Kevin Burke remained obdurate. More...

Liu Sued By Disc Jockey

City Councilmember John Liu is facing a defamation suit from a radio disc jockey for calling the man a pedophile, but the court action has not changed his tune about Troi Torain, professionally known as Star, nor his tone. More...

108th, 115th Precincts Hold National Night Out Revels

There's a Cole Porter line, "under an August moon burning above," that came to mind in view of the crescent glow over last week's National Night Out Against Crime. Rather than burning, the moon seemed to be melting. More...

Crowds Throng Astoria Park For 114th Pct. Night Out

More than a thousand people braved the city's worstever heat wave on August 1 to join 114th Precinct police and community leaders at the annual National Night Out Against Crime celebration, hosted this year at Astoria Park by the 114th Precinct Commu More...

On the brief side...

Maloney Backs Lung Test For First Responders Congressmember Carolyn Maloney, who has been in the forefront of urging better health care for Ground Zero workers, called again on Monday for federal health officials to screen 40,000 of them for a deadl More...

Buy What You Want

The Women's Studio Center, 21-25 44th Ave. in Long Island City has an Art Supply Exchange for artists that lets the artist take the supplies they want and leave the ones they More...

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