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Gazette Calendar Of Events

Community Meetings Associations Sep. 24, 7:45 p.m., Juniper Park Civic; Our Lady of Hope School, Auditorium, Eliot Avenue/71st Street, Middle Village; 718.651.5865. Oct. 8, Nov. More...

STREET FAIRS 2009

September 27 Broadway-Astoria Merchants & Professionals, Broadway between Crescent/47th Streets October 25 Dutch Kills Civic Association, 36th Avenue between 29th/35th Streets. All fairs are from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. More...

OWNCS Holds Flea Market October 4

The Parent-Teacher Organization of One World Neighborhood Charter School will hold a flea market to raise money for the school's athletic teams and other activities on Sunday, October 4 in the middle school gymnasium, 31- 20 37th St., Astoria, star More...

Editorials

Gazette Strongly Endorses Liu, Backs Green

Next Tuesday, there will be runoff elections to choose the Democratic Party candidates for city comptroller and Public Advocate in the November general elections. More...

Letters to the Editor

Klein Thanks Padavan A copy of the following letter was received by the Gazette. Hon. Frank Padavan: Assistant Minority Leader for Conference Operations New York State Senate 89-39 Gettysburg Street Bellerose, More...

Sports

The New York Mets were Slammed by the Atlanta Braves at CitiField

The Atlanta Braves came in to CityField on Monday September 21 trailing the Division leading Phillies by 8.5 games but looked by like the division leaders belting the Mets for three home runs including two in the very first inning to beat the Mets 11 More...

Mets Unveil Asian, Korean and Chinese Food Samples at CitiField World’s Fair Market

Before the Mets took the field against the Atlanta Braves on Monday night September 21 the New York Mets unveiled a new food delight at CitiField. More...

Queens High Schools Reported 3,399 Oversize Classes, With Forest Hills Topping The List

As the 2009-2010 school year began, almost 7,500 classes in the city More...

New York Jets Help Cardoza High School Start Football Team in Bayside

On Tuesday September 22 Jets wide receiver, Jerricho Cotchery #89 and offensive lineman Rob Turner #75 joined Santiago Taveras, NYC Schools Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning, Matt Higgins, NY Jets Executive Vice President of Business Operat More...

Political Page

President Made The Right Move In Trying To Dump Paterson

As we see it, President Barack Obama's efforts to convince Governor David Paterson not to run for election next year was the proper political decision in view of the governor's consistently poor performance in polls over a period of time. More...

DenDekker: Warn Before Issuing Parking Ticket

Assemblymember Michael DenDekker (D-Jackson Heights) wants city Traffic Enforcement Agents to warn operators of vehicles first before they can be issued parking summonses. DenDekker has introduced Assembly Bill A9135. More...

Restaurant of the Week

Dino's Restaurant and Bar

Chef Dino Redzic welcomes you to the grand opening of his newest venue, eponymously named Dino's Restaurant and Bar of Astoria. More...

Features

Chamber's Health Town Hall Finds More Questions Than Answers

On September 16, the day when the first of the proposed healthcare legislative bills was introduced in the United States Senate, the Queens Chamber of Commerce held a meeting to address what it termed the healthcare emergency. More...

Split Vote Defeats Iannece And Vallone; Surprises In Primary Voting

Under ordinary circumstances, Paul Vallone and Jerry Iannece would be likely to succeed in their first attempts to win public office. More...

PEP Approves Millions In Contracts

The Panel for Educational Policy approved hundreds of millions of dollars in Department of Education contracts, including a few controversial ones, at its September 14 meeting, the first since the new school governance bill was signed into law in A More...

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