September 2, 2009 RSS feed / Features

Graduates From New York Film Academy

Anthony Argento (l.) graduated from the New York Film Academy on July 29, having directed his first cinematic effort, "The Axe". He is shown with Brian Norton, a teacher of film direction. More...

Giuliani Showing More Interest In Running For Governor

Giving a strong sign that he may be interested in running for governor next year, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has reportedly increased his courtship of influential GOP'ers and has plunged into the developing fight to gain control of th More...

The Origins Of Labor Day

Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers. More...

Before We Met Is Memoirist's Memoir

Before We Met By Elizabeth G. Uhlig, Collages by the Author Marble House Editions 223 pages (paperback) ISBN 978-0-9815345-0-3 In November 2000 this newspaper carried a review of Elizabeth Uhlig's Grandmother Mary, More...

Bubble Tea Rises To Top Of Favorite Beverage List

Unknown still to most people residing in New York City is a tea drink available in almost every food venue in Flushing and Chinatown. More...

There's More To Historic Cooperstown Than Baseball

Cooperstown, New York is the center of the universe for every baseball fan. But there's more to the historic hamlet known as "America's Most Perfect Village" than the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. More...

The Pulpit

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$2K Reward Offered For Tips In Jackson Heights Murder

Queens detectives are urging the public to come forward with any information on the fatal beating of a popular Jackson Heights building maintenance worker. More...

Kryzak Senior Leadership Award Winners Named

United Adult Ministries, the parent company of Flushing House, will honor three outstanding persons with the Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award, during their annual gala fundraising dinner on Thursday, November 5. More...

What You Need To Know About The Flu This Year

The worst case scenario? H1N1 (inaccurately and formerly known as swine flu) could sicken up to 40 percent of Americans over the next two years if a vaccine campaign and other measures aren't successful. More...

FIAOQ Holds 21st 5K Run, Fun Run

On Sunday, August 9, the Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc. (FIAOQ) hosted its 21st annual 5K run to help fight drug abuse and fun run for children under 10. More...

USCIS To Open Long Island City Field Office

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The Haymarket Martyrs

T he Martyrs' Monument by sculptor, Albert Weinert, takes its inspiration from "La Marseillaise", the national anthem of France. It was a favorite of Albert Parsons and he sang it in his cell just prior to his trip to the gallows. More...

Dad Didn't Take Title, Son Loses 'Worthless' Land

Get into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber of the Long Island Star-Journal, a daily paper that informed the community about local and world news until it folded in 1968. More...

Italian American PAC Endorses Paul Vallone

On Tuesday, August 18, Italian American Political Action Committee (I AM PAC) Chairman Jack Como, I AM PAC President James C. Lisa, I AM PAC Vice President Bob Fonti and I AM PAC Honorary Chairman Dr. Joseph V. More...

Pro Photographer Offers Photo Classes At 3 Levels

Have you ever wanted to learn about photography? Do you need an exciting after school activity? Does work frustrate you, leaving you in need of a fun, creative outlet? More...

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