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Borough-Wide Blotter

104th Precinct  Robbed After Date  A Queens man on a date with a female companion at a Ridgewood restaurant on July 10 was robbed after leaving the restaurant.  Cops said the victim was in the restaurant at about 8:30 p.m. More...

Political Page

Gianaris, Simotas Rip Con Ed Over 2006 Blackout Victims

Assembly candidate Aravella Simotas, citing a study by Pace University that found Con Edison has underpaid the residents and businesses affected by the July 2006 power blackout in Queens, blasted the utility for the study’s finding that less t More...

Book Review

‘ Flushing’ Is Latest Addition To ‘Then & Now’ Series

Flushing Jason D. Antos ISBN: 9780738572574 96 Pages Arcadia Publishing $21.99 Comparing the present to the past is a significant key to understanding history. Arcadia Publishing’s Then &   More...

Features

Keeping It Simple

At every level, we humans have a natural drive to understand the world around us. More...

American, JetBlue Start JFK, Boston Route Agreement

American Airlines and JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) on Tuesday, July 20 launched their partnership to offer customers convenient connections and more travel options to and from New York and Boston.    More...

London Lennie’s Issues Raw Bar Ten Commandments

London Lennie’s at 63-88 Woodhaven Blvd., Rego Park, has one of the best raw bars in Queens and is ready to serve up a delicious array of oysters, clams and other raw bar treats on National Oyster Day, August 5.  More...

Driver In Wrong-Way DWI Crash Dies

The airport shuttle van driver critically injured in a July 5 crash with a wrong-way drunken driver on the Long Island Expressway lost his fight for life last week.    John Rey, 64, of Hempstead, died of multiple organ failure following & More...

Bayside Blaze Victims Allege Items Missing After Cleanup

Angry tenants forced from their Bay Terrace apartments by a July 7 fire are steamed up over the loss of artwork, electronics, jewelry and antiques they say were looted or lost during a cleanup of the premises.  More...

Tennis Stadium May Be In Its Final Days

The days of the West Side Tennis Club Stadium at Forest Hills may be numbered. Members of the club are considering selling the historic venue to a housing developer for a sum of $8 to $10 million. More...

Restaurant of the Week

BAI SUSHI JAPANESE RESTAURANT

B ai Sushi Japanese Restaurant prides itself on being one of the first sushi restaurants in Astoria when it opened 9 years ago. While they seem commonplace now, Bai Sushi is probably the original and arguably the best. More...

Editorials

Fight Against Crime–Join In National Night Out

This coming Tuesday, August 3, marks the 27th year National Night Out Against Crime events will take place in parks and playgrounds and other, similar venues across the land.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Hails Maloney To The Editor: More...

Weiner Issues Correction

Congressmember Anthony Weiner has advised that the report issued by his office on vacant storefronts in Queens, which was released on Monday, July 19, and was reported on Page 1 of the Gazette of July 21, 2010 (“Biz Strip Vacancies”), More...

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