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Gazette Calendar Of Events

Memorial Day May 15, 11 a.m., B.P. Helen Marshall, Memorial Day Ceremony, Veterans Memorial Garden of Queens, reception follows; Queens Borough Hall, 120-55 Queens Blvd., Room 213, RSVP 718.286.2888. May 16 10 a.m.-3 p.m. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Lune de juarez..fine mexican cuisine

Every night is a fiesta at Luna de Juarez, where the fresh fruit margaritas and cocktails complement the authentic interior cuisine of Mexico. More...

Editorials

Pay Homage To Mother On Her Special Day

Editorial

Mother's Day was first celebrated 101 years ago on May 10, 1908 in Grafton, West Virginia, at the behest of a schoolteacher named Anna Jarvis. More...

Letters to the Editor

Parks Are For All To The Editor: I want to make a few comments regarding the Parks Committee meeting that was held Wednesday, April 20 in Juniper Valley Park. More...

First 100 Days Point To The Future

The Obama presidency is celebrating its 100th day. Every talking head and media source is examining and scoring the president. Polls and scorecards are in abundance. More...

Political Page

Queens Republicans Relent, Endorse Bloomberg For Mayor

After staunchly refusing to endorse Mayor Michael Bloomberg for a third term, Queens Republicans relented last week and gave the front-running incumbent their blessing, declaring his reputation as a strong, independent city manager made him the bes More...

Seniors

No S.S. COLA Forecast For 2010, 2011; Addabbo Announces Rx Discount

Message to the 50 million seniors who receive an annual cost of living adjustment (COLA) in their Social Security benefits each year: don't expect any hike next year (2010) or the year after (2011). More...

Features

Ravenswood Lions Donate To Food Pantry

The Ravenswood Lions Club, which recently celebrated 50 years of service to the community, made a donation to St. Margaret Mary Church. The contribution was applied to the St. More...

114th Pct. Cops Stop Thefts

Every day, it's taken for granted that police officers work around the clock to keep us safe. In daylight and overnight, less than two days apart Sergeant Michael Silva and Police Officer Tomas Ramirez of the 114th Precinct did just that. More...

Vallone Keeps Fighting For More Police

City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr., who chairs the council Public Safety Committee, said the number of police officers in New York City could soon shrink to about 33,000 from a high of 41,000 in 2001. More...

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