September 26, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Times and dates are subject to change. Please call event sponsors to confirm. Community Meetings Associations Oct. 8, Nov. 12, Dec. 10, Middle Village Property Owners/Residents; St. Margaret's Parish Hall, 66- 05 79th Pl.; 718.894.4114. More...

Restaurant of the Week

El Olivo Spanish Cuisine and Cocktails

21-15 31st Street, Astoria

A meal at El Olivo is a treat for all, serving classic Spanish tapas and main courses, as well as continental cuisine. Owner Riccardo Aguayo greets all of his customers personally and mixes up some of the best red or white sangria outside of Spain. More...

Health Care

National Children's Study To Begin In Queens

An estimated 250,000 children in New York City are affected by asthma. Another 206,000 are learning disabled. And 21 percent of kindergarten children in the city are obese. Does air pollution cause asthma? More...

Elmhurst Hospital Expands Rehabilitation Services

Elmhurst Hospital Center celebrated the completion of a $2 million modernization project in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine on Tuesday, September 18. More...

Colorectal Surgeon Comes To Mt. Sinai Hospital Of Queens

David S. More...

Features

Buckeye Pipeline Fuels City, Airports

Most people in Queens, most New Yorkers in fact, have no idea what the Buckeye pipeline is. But after four men were arrested last June for allegedly planning to attack fuel tanks and an underground pipeline at John F. More...

Gianaris Announces Security Cameras At Ditmars Blvd. Station

Security cameras have been installed at the DitmarBoulevardterminus of the N and W elevated train lineAssemblymember Michael Gianaris announced last week. More...

Astoria/LIC Kiwanis Honors Three For Service

The Kiwanis Club of Astoria/Long Island City held its annual cocktail party and awards event on Thursday, September 20 at Riccardo's By the Bridge. More...

Political Page

Vallone Jr. May Run For BP In 2009

When term limits ends the City Council career of Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. in 2009, he may run for Queens Borough President. That news emerged as the councilmember's dad, Peter Vallone Sr. More...

Seniors

Pet Trusts: Ensure Pet Care When You're Not There

Dear Savvy Senior, When I read that Leona Helmsley, who recently died, left $12 million to take care of her dog, it got me thinking about my own pets. More...

Kryzak Awards Go To Three Senior Advocates

United Adult Ministries, the parent company of Flushing House, will present the Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Awards to three honorees at its annual gala fundraising dinner at 6 p.m. on November 1 at Westbury Manor, Westbury, Long Island. More...

Editorials

Welcome Legal Immigrants As New Citizens

Last week, state Senator John Sabini welcomed 50 senior citizens into new lives as full-fledged Americans. The 50 are a diverse group that came to the United States from countries all over the world. More...

Sports Teach Lessons On And Off Field

Across the land baseball pennant races are heating up and football teams are taking to the gridiron for the start of a new season that will end with two teams competing in the Super Bowl early next year. More...

Letters to the Editor

LIRR, Spare Our Trees To The Editor: The Long Island Rail Road is clear cutting the trees along their right of way because the leaves that fall on the tracks apparently cause a problem for their new trains in terms of slippage. More...

Sports

Undefeated Bryant Beats Lafayette 26-0

The William Cullen Bryant H.S. varsity football team remains undefeated after beating Lafayette Educational Complex of Brooklyn, 26- 0, for their third consecutive victory this young PSAL season. More...

LIC Man Wins Queens Half Marathon

El Mustafa McHkirate's debut in the Queens Half Marathon last Sunday, September 23, proved to be a complete success. More...

H.S. Football City Championship/ Bowl Div 2007-2008 Standings

School Name Wins Losses Rating Power (Standing as of 9-25-07) Points More...

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