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Community Calendar

EHC Offers Prostate Cancer Screenings

Elmhurst Hospital Center will open its doors to the community, providing men with prostate cancer screenings in recognition of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month on Saturday, September 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

'Saints' Previews At MMI

On Friday, September 15, the Museum of the Moving Image will celebrate its neighborhood with a special preview of the made-in-Astoria film "A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints", an outdoor party featuring food from local restaurants, and a personal ap More...

Crystal Foundation Sponsors Chinese Festival

The Crystal Foundation, the nonprofit arm of Crystal Window & Door Systems, is proud to be one of the corporate sponsors of the Chinese Cultural Festival NY 2006, a month-long celebration including art exhibits, traditional dance shows, cultural lect More...

Restaurant of the Week

nThere's More Than Fine Dining At Baco Restaurant

ewly opened Baco Restaurant invites diners to delight their senses with one of the best fusions of Mediterranean and Caribbean cuisine in a lovely setting More...

Editorials

WTC Casualties Continue, Should Be Counted

Nearly 3,000 people died when fanatics drove passenger airplanes into the towers on Sept. 11, 2001. But the count doesn't stop there. More...

Cellphones Are Academic, Emergency Aids

As a new school year begins, the ban on cellphones in New York City's public schools, instituted by Schools Chancellor Joel Klein and strongly supported by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, remains in effect, despite the protests of thousands of parents and s More...

Voting Is A Gift

To The Editor: We must take every election seriously whether it is a primary in our city, state or a general election for local, state, county and federal governmental officials. More...

Political Page

Onorato Fundraiser Is Campaign Highlight

Hundreds of well wishers and supporters crowded into More...

Board 2 Starts New Season With New District Manager

Among the features of this month's Community Board 2 meeting: a new district manager, a visit from Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum (and consequent complaints about the July-August power outage), a vote on a building conversion in Long Island City and a More...

Queens Dems To Vote For Manton's Successor On Friday

Queens Democratic Party leaders will meet this Friday at party headquarters, 72-50 Austin St., Forest Hills, to elect a new county leader to succeed the late Thomas Manton. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight By John Toscano

Credit Card Debt Hurting More Seniors Senior

According to a recently published article, many seniors are getting in a hole through too much credit card debt. More...

Congress Urged To Aid Notch Babies

(NAPSA)-Advocates say more than 100 Members of the U.S. House believe the time has come to correct a disparity in Social Security benefits that affects seniors born from 1917 through 1926. More...

SENIOR THE SAVVY

High Tech Gadgets For Caregivers

Dear Savvy Senior, I recently heard about some new high More...

Features

Designs For Three WTC Towers Signal Rebuilding Efforts

Governor George Pataki, New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon More...

Con Ed Powers Up Northwest Queens Recovery Center

Con Ed crews are working overtime these days to make sure the lights stay on in Northwest Queens. More...

Smoak Runs Race For The Cure

Channel 2 newscaster Maurice Dubois and community activist Martin Smoak participated in the Susan G. Komen Breast C a n c e Foundation Race for the Cure in Central Park on S u n d a y September 10. More...

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