November 15, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Here Come The Holidays Nov. 16, Alley Pond, Little Chefs Thanksgiving Feast; More...

Restaurant of the Week

Mezzo Mezzo

31-29 Ditmars Boulevard gggggg (Corner of 33rd St.) Astoria  718.278.0444 Mezzo Mezzo Joins Fine Greek Cuisine, Rustic Charm

sINCE MEZZO MEZZO OPENED EIGHT YEARS AGO, IT HAS ATTRACTED AN ECLECTIC CROWD THAT COMES FOR CONSISTENTLY DELICIOUS GREEK STYLE FISH, SEAFOOD AND MEAT DISHES IN A CHARMING, RUSTIC ENVIRONMENT. More...

Sir Vino's Italian Chop House Has Best Of Both Worlds

60-19 Roosevelt Ave., Woodside  718.565.3045

T his elegant Italian chop house at Roosevelt Avenue and 61st Street in the heart of Woodside has been totally transformed from a one-time More...

Book Review

Guide To Queens Reveals Borough's Surprises

Queens: What to Do, Where to Go (and How Not to Get Lost) in New York's Undiscovered Borough by Ellen Freudenheim, St. Martin's Griffin, New York, 320 pp, $17.95

Last July we reviewed a guide to Queens that purported to encapsulate everything there was to know about the borough in one sleek, slick, four-color, four-byfive inch package. More...

Features

NYPD K-9 Unit HQ To Be Built In Dutch Kills

he November meeting of the Dutch Kills Civic Association (DKCA) featured two interesting teams of visitors-a trio of women from Mount Sinai Hospital of More...

Sanitation Seasonal Leaf Collection

All throughout the year we have the privilege of witnessing nature's rite of renewal, growth and transformation. We watch this annual cycle occur on trees in parks around the city and on our own streets. More...

Vandal Who Defaced P.S. 122 Handball Court Is Arrested

The graffiti vandal whose tag of "Beso" defaced a local mural designed by children and painted by volunteers at P.S. 122 on New York Cares Day was arrested by police of the 114th Precinct last Thursday, November 9. More...

Political Page

Rudy Gets Ready To Pounce

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who's been traveling all over the country helping Republicans and lining up allies for a possible run for president in 2008, finally took the first definitive step toward that goal by setting up the Rudy Giuliani President More...

Seniors

Will Democratic Gains Bring Part D Changes?

Senior Spotlight

Changes in the federal government's Medicare Part D program will surely be on the agenda of the Democrats in Congress, who won control of both houses on election day last Tuesday. They can expect tough resistance by the Bush administration. More...

All Seniors Should Consider Medicare Advantage Option

Dear Savvy Senior, I will be eligible for Medicare next year and More...

Editorials

Editorial

Queens Needs More Hospitals, Not Less

This past March Queens Borough President Helen Marshall testified at hearings of the Commission on Health Care Facilities in the 21st Century, New York City Region that Queens is "woefully underserved with hospital facilities". More...

Where Were The Flags?

To The Editor: Today is Veterans' Day. A day we should remember our present and fallen heroes. But for some reason, when driving up and down blocks in my neighborhood, I didn't find flags flying or banners in any windows. More...

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