November 1, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m., More...

Seniors

Clinical Trials:

What You Should Know

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you tell me about clinical trials More...

Health Care

Low Back Pain? Sciatica? New Treatment Offers Hope

Arevolutionary treatment called Vertebral Axial Decompression More...

St. John's Prep Holds Blood Drive

St. John's Prep faculty, staff, and students donated a total of 76 pints of blood to the New York Blood Center when the school held its annual Fall Blood Drive on Friday, October 20. Kathy Sirchia, R.N. More...

The Floating Hospital Docks In New LIC Facility

The Floating Hospital, one of New York's oldest medical providers dedicated to More...

Features

Top Cops: Be Careful When Shooting Subway Flashers

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly recently issued a statement warning straphangers to use extreme caution when trying to catch subway flashers on cell phone cameras. More...

Police Hold 3 Recruitment Drives Every Year

How would you like to track down and nab a crime suspect? Or find a missing child? Interrogate crime suspects? Work crowd control at concerts, protests or parades-or safeguard U.S. shores against terrorism? More...

Queens Library Foundation Honors Steve Chen

Crystal Window & Door Systems Executive Vice President Steve Chen was honored on October 4 by the Queens Library Foundation for his contributions to the community, particularly through educational initiatives. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Plum Restaurant and Bar

47-39 Bell Boulevard, Bayside 718.229.PLUM (7586)

Plum Restaurant and Bar is the newest addition to the Bayside restaurant scene and very welcome in this residential neighborhood. Nicely situated on the corner of Bell Boulevard and 48th Avenue, the curved glass faade exposes the sleek, More...

Book Review

Rainwalk:The World Around Us Through The Eyes Of A Child

Rainwalk and Other Poems of the Seasons, by Elizabeth G. Uhlig, Marble House Editions, New York, September 2006, 27 pages; 12.95. For children ages four through 12.

Elizabeth Uhlig, several of whose works for children (Grandmother Mary, Anna Pavlova, Jel of the Ballet and The Whole World Is Dancing) have been reviewed in this newspaper, More...

Editorials

Editorial

Be Part Of Democracy--Vote Next Tuesday

Next Tuesday all good citizens who are registered to vote will be offered the privilege of choosing their elected representatives. For the first time in 12 years we will elect a new governor. More...

Newspapers Don't Account For All MTA Track Problems

Last week the Metropolitan Transportation Authority released a report that blamed floods that crippled the subways in September 2004 on the free newspapers that are handed out in some subway stations. More...

Consistently Delivers

To The Editor: On Election Day, we will have a lot of choices to make. More...

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