November 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Here Come The Holidays Nov. 24, Alley Pond, celebrate Thanksgiving and learn about Native American Culture, $5 & $10 p.p., registration required, seating limited, 228-06 Northern Blvd., Douglaston; call for fees, 718.229.4000. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Gazette RESTAURANT Of The WEEK

Cup Diner And Bar Has Retro Cool And Comfort Food

t here's something for everyone at Cup Diner and Bar. More...

Book Review

'Whitestone' Relates Community's Past, Present

Like other books in A r c a d i a Publishing's "Images of A m e r i c a " Series, in More...

Editorials

Editorial

Reasons Exist To Give Thanks

Tomorrow is celebrated throughout the United States as a day for reflecting on the many things for which we have reason to be thankful. Among them the fact that we live in a country where we are free to think and believe as we choose. More...

Farmers Hail Spitzer

To The Editor: With the election of Eliot Spitzer, we can halt the upstate/downstate schism wrought by fear-mongering, solution-void naysayers. More...

Note

The review of Queens: What to Do, Where to Go (and How Not to Get Lost) More...

Political Page

Dems Ahead Of Schedule In Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving 2006 started a couple of weeks ago for the Democratic Party as they feasted on this year's election victories, which should keep them happy through Christmas and beyond. More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Sign Up Period For Part D Rx Aid In '07 Starts

Last Wednesday, November 15, marked the start of the sign up period for the Medicare Part D drug prescription program for seniors who are Medicare members. More...

College Point Man Receives AARP NY Andrus Award

Gene Barrett of College Point has been selected by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the leading nonprofit membership organization for people 50 and over, to receive the New York 2006 AARP Andrus Award for Community Service, the ass More...

THE SAVVY SENIOR

Senior News And Information Resources

Dear Savvy Senior, My wife and I have become real current More...

Features

Marshall: Keep Patients, Doctors In Queens

When Borough President Helen Marshall needed hip surgery she went to a hospital out of her beloved Queens for the operation. More...

Citibank VP Calls For Small Business Resurgence

Lutricia "Pat" Edwards, vice president and director of community relations for Citibank North America in Long Island City, was the speaker at the November luncheon of the Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce, held at Dazies Restaurant on Queens Boulevard. More...

Light Sentence In Murder Rouses Family's Fury

Tempers flared inside Queens Supreme Court on November 8 as the family of a Long Island City dry cleaner, shot to death during a botched payroll heist in October 2004, learned that one of five people accused in the murder turned state's evidence for More...

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