May 14, 2008 RSS feed / Editorials

Demonstrations Show Need For Cellphones In Schools

Last Wednesday afternoon, the first of what the Rev. Al Sharpton declared would be a wave of protests took place at entrances to bridges and tunnels and other transportation hubs around New York City. More...

Obama Doesn't Know Us

To The Editor: Senator [Barack] Obama's recent perverted analysis of why people "cling" to certain traditions reveals a profound ignorance of the American psyche and character. More...

Mother's Day Salute

A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. My Dear Roseanne, There are no words to tell you how much I appreciate all you did for me these past three months. Without you I would have not had the courage to beat "this thing". More...

Beg Pardon

At Terrace Diner, 212-97 26th Ave., Bayside (Bay Terrace Mall), reviewed in the Gazette of May 7, 2008, page 32, Early Bird Special dinners offer choice of entrée, soup, salad and beverage for $8.95 from 3 to 6 p.m., seven days a week. More...

Payout Disappointing

To The Editor: The April 30th issue of the Gazette was full of many interesting and newsworthy items and I am eager to share my thoughts with my fellow Gazette readers. More...

Voice From The Past

To The Editor: I recently found an old audio tape interview of my late father, former City Councilman and Honorary Mayor of Astoria, Joe DeMonte. The interview was done in 1969 by WNYC's show, "The Veteran's Voice". More...

Op- Ed

Don't Dismantle The Career Ladder

For low-income New Yorkers, it is a slippery and difficult climb up the career ladder to a middle class job. Mayor Michael Bloomberg just made it harder by removing the bottom rungs of the ladder. More...

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