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Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings Associations Sep. 13, 7:30 p.m., Dutch Kills Civic, St. Patrick's School Hall, 39- 28 28th St., Long Island City; 718.786.2049. Boards Sep. 4, 7:30 p.m., Board 4; VFW Post 150, 51-11 108th St., Corona; 718.760.3141. More...

Restaurant of the Week

BARRIL GRILL

30-18 Broadway, Astoria + 718.545.8498

Barril Grill is a tropical oasis on the corner of Broadway and 31st Street which makes it a convenient location for cool cocktails, cold beer and traditional Brazilian fare. More...

Health Care

Dutch Kills Civic Assn. Learns Of Cardiac Cath Lab Need

Each year, two monthly meetings of the Dutch Kills Civic Association test the patience of the audience, in December and June. The December meeting is followed by a holiday party, that in June by an endof year party. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Leave July 4 Where It Is

Today, for the second time in this decade, July 4 has fallen on a Wednesday. More...

Congestion Pricing Is Not The Answer

The specter of congestion pricing continues to hover over New York City. More...

We Do 'Great Work'

To The Editor:

I am saving your anniversary issue. You really do great work. Your Internet paper is one of the best. Best wishes, Catherine Tsounis More...

Political Page

Spitzer Takes Page Out Of Bloomberg's 'Get Bruno' Book

If recent history is any indication, in his war with state Senate Majority Leader Joseph Bruno, Governor Eliot Spitzer could be assured of some success, judging by Mayor Michael Bloomberg's short campaign of threats against Bruno and his senate Rep More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Sabini Offers Satellite Office Program Again

Picking up where he left off, state Senator John Sabini will again operate his satellite office program this summer and will expand it to several new locations. More...

High Blood Pressure: How To Get It Under Control

Dear Savvy Senior, My 60-year-old husband, who has high blood pressure, takes his medication as prescribed but can never seem to get it under control. More...

Features

Yule Leaves 108th Precinct, 8-Man Unit Gets Award

Detective Glenn T. Yule of the 108th Police Precinct has been called to serve in Patrol Borough Queens North, so the last meeting of the season for the 108th Police Precinct Community Council included a tribute to him on his impending departure. More...

Legislature Side-Steps Mayor's Housing Proposal, Passes Own Version

State Senator John Sabini and Assemblymember Jose Peralta called on Governor Eliot Spitzer to sign into law a bill passed at the end of the recent legislative session that will bring desperately needed affordable housing into Queens as More...

Lawmakers Lash Out At Con Ed Following Season's 1st Blackout

Queens lawmakers were quick to react to this summer's first Con Ed power outage last week, expressing concern that the giant utility is still not capable of preventing other system failures. More...

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