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Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Remember 9/11 Sep. 8, 1 p.m. Annual 9/11 Memorial Service and dedication of permanent monument; St. Michael's Cemetery, 72-02 Astoria Blvd., East Elmhurst; 718-278-3240. Sep. 12, 7:30 p.m. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Frisby... First In North America

Frisby fried chicken has just made its North American debut in Jackson Heights to the delight of many. Frisby is a chain of delectable fried chicken restaurants, 100 strong, throughout Colombia, South America. More...

Editorials

Editorial

Storm Brings Out Transit Woes

This is supposedly the city that never sleeps. Last Wednesday, though, some two hours of intense rainfall delivered a knockout punch that brought New York City to its knees. More...

Both Elated And Dismayed

To The Editor:

As I begin to write my opinions to share with Gazette readers, feelings of dismay and elation are present. More...

Correction

In the Gazette of August 8, the article, "Queens Pedestrian Bridges Rated Poor and Fair" by Liz Goff, misidentified Willow Lake Bridge in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The bridge does not cross over the Van Wyck Expressway, but rather the lake. More...

Political Page

Rush Of Calamities Has Lawmakers Seeking Solutions

While Mayor Michael Bloomberg has been woefully short on solutions to the recent calamities that have struck New York City, several public officials from Queens have come forward with proposals to study the causes of these municipal infrastructure More...

Seniors

Senior Spotlight

Senior Swimming Stars Get Awards At Astoria Pool Ceremony

Celebration Day for the citywide Senior Citizen/Special Populations summer swimming program was held last week at the Astoria Park pool where awards honoring swimmers of both sexes were given out in a ceremony held every year. More...

Fiber: Start Roughing It!

Dear Savvy Senior, I recently read an article about the amazing health benefits of eating a high fiber diet. What can you tell me about this? More...

Features

West Nile Virus Continues To Haunt NYC

Scores of dead birds were the first sign something was drastically wrong during the summer of 1999. More...

'City's Falling Apart- Fix It,' Say Lawmakers

Citing a series of infrastructure debacles in New York City that have created dangerous conditions and disrupted normal activities, city officials have appealed to Mayor Michael Bloomberg to take immediate steps to address the city's mounting infra More...

2-Year-Old Dies In Sunnyside Fire

A fire in an apartment at 47-26 49th St., Sunnyside last Thursday took the life of a two-year-old child and injured four adults, including one firefighter. More...

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