October 14, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

4 Arrested In Early Morning Melee

Four homeless men are facing assault and weapons charges this week after a bloody, early morning dispute on Steinway Street. Police said two of the men were intoxicated when they entered into a dispute at about 5 a.m. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Community Meetings Date & time subject to change, call to confirm. Associations Oct. 21, 8 p.m., Woodhaven Residents’; Woodhaven Richmond Hill Vol Ambulance Corp, 78-15 Jamaica Ave.; 718.296.3735. Nov. 12, Dec. More...

Restaurant of the Week

POLLOS A LA BRASA MARIO… Delicious Colombian Cuisine

P OLLOS A LA BRASA MARIO (pronounced “po yoss a la bra sa Ma ri o”), which describes itself as a typical Colombian restaurant, specializes in serving up deliciously authentic Colombian cuisine. More...

Movie Review

‘Metropolis’ Screening Pays Homage To Classic Films

On Thursday, October 8, Queens Theatre in the Park in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, in collaboration with the Museum of the Moving Image, screened the iconic silent film “Metropolis”, directed by German filmmaker Fritz Lang. More...

Editorials

Subway Shutdown Could Be Better Scheduled

We do not doubt that a goodly number of our fellow denizens of this fair city are still licking their wounds and recounting their misadventures after last weekend, October 10 and 11. More...

Letters to the Editor

Who’s A Pagan? To The Editor: More...

Sports

Jets Trade With Cleveland For Wide Receiver Braylon Edwards

Wednesday, October 7, 2009. While the New York Jets were preparing to face the Miami Dolphins on Monday Night in Florida, New York they announced that they made a trade with the Cleveland Browns for wide receiver Braylon Edwards. More...

Archbishop Molloy Soccer Team Beats St. Anthony, 3-1

The Archbishop Molloy H.S. varsity soccer team earned a three-to-one victory against St. Anthony on St. Anthony’s home field on Sunday, October 11. More...

Jets Lose In Miami To Dolphins 31-27 in Last Six Seconds

The New York Jets (3-1) faced the Miami Dolphins (1-3) in the Monday night game of the week. More...

Board 1 Cabinet Hears Of Flu Precautions, Windmills

The topic of the H1N1 strain of the influenza  virus was discussed at October’s Community Board 1 cabinet meeting, not for the first and doubtless not the last time. More...

WFAN Moves Sports Talk To Manhattan

The Long Island City birthplace of sports talk radio is silent this week after the cast and crew at WFAN pulled up stakes and moved to Manhattan. More...

Monserrate Trial Heads To Decision

The Queens Supreme Court judge hearing the assault case against state Senator Hiram Monserrate last week tossed two of the six assault counts faced by the Jackson Heights lawmaker. More...

Queens Resident Joins Jets Players To Support Cotchery Foundation at ESPN Zone

The players came show their support to the work of the Cotchery Foundation and its work with children. The fundraiser was the Second Annual “Tailgate with the Pros,” organized to raise money for the Cotchery’s foundation. More...

Political Page

New Drug Law Stirs 2010 Election Battles

Queens Republicans and their Assembly colleagues signaled last week that they will make a major issue of the repealed Rockefeller drug laws in next year’s legislative elections. More...

Seniors

AARP Asks Congress To Grant Seniors $250 In Emergency Relief

Citing rising healthcare and prescription drug costs, the senior advocacy organization AARP is calling on Congress to introduce legislation to provide a $250 emergency relief grant to seniors who are struggling in today’s economic climate. More...

Gianaris Hosts Senior Appreciation Week

As part of his fifth annual Senior Appreciation Week September 20-26, Assemblymember Michael Gianaris hosted bingo tournaments at senior centers throughout his Astoria district. More...

Features

Queens is Out In Force Joining Mayor Bloomberg in Columbus Day Parade

Following the thirty-second Annual Columbus Day Mass held at St. More...

Victoria’s Secret Online Model Search Starts Oct. 14, 2009

www.VSAllAcces.com and CBS.com

As of today weekly webisodes featuring footage from the live castings and Angel Boot Camp, will be available VSAllAcces.com and CBS.com. More...

Astoria Civic Association Meeting Sheds Light On H1N1

The October 6 meeting of the Astoria Civic Association served as a forum to clarify the confusing information circulating about the H1N1 virus. Former City Council Speaker Peter Vallone Sr. More...

Star Journal

WWII Begins With U.S. Neutral In September 1939

Get into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you're likely to discover a subscriber More...

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