September 22, 2010 RSS feed / Features

9/11 Commemoration Contributors Acknowledged

The Queens Gazette would like to recognize St. More...

Ukrainian Heritage Day Celebrated In Astoria

Hundreds of Ukrainian Americans gathered at Holy Cross Ukrainian Catholic Church in Astoria on September 19 to celebrate their cultural heritage with traditional ethnic food, music, dance and costumes. More...

‘Don’t Drink And Carry A Gun,’ Vallone’s Proposed Law Says

Applying the “when you drink, don’t drive” dictum to gun possession, a bill that seeks to prohibit people from carrying guns while under the influence of drugs or alcohol has been introduced by City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Woodside On The Move Sponsors Fall Street Festival

Woodside On the Move, a grassroots community organization based in the neighborhood for which it is named, sponsored a street fair on Woodside Avenue from 59th to 64th Streets on Saturday, September 18 as part of its ongoing community building effor More...

Shower the Bride to Be

Ok, ladies, when was the last time you had a tea party? It might have been when you were little, dressing up dolls and teddy bears for pretend tea and cookies. More...

Brides on a Budget

How to Have a Fabulous Wedding for Less

The average wedding in America costs around $29,000, according to The Wedding Report, Inc., a wedding industry research company. Not surprisingly, couples are looking for ways to save money on their special day. More...

Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden Celebrates 100th Year

Temperatures in the 70s brought families as well as couples and singles to the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden on Sunday, September 19. More...

The Pulpit

Times and dates are subject to change. Please call event sponsors to confirm. All Nations Baptist: More...

New Study Examines 9/11 Impact On NYC Preschoolers

As the nation marks the ninth anniversary of 9/11, a new study finds that the youngest victims, children under five years old who witnessed the attacks, suffered trauma and require treatment. More...

$2G Reward Offered For Fatal Shooting Tips

Queens detectives are seeking help from the public to solve the death of a Woodhaven teenager found dead on a sidewalk with a point-blank gunshot wound in his head. More...

D’Amico Fun Run/Walk Held In Astoria Park

Running enthusiasts came out early on September 19 for the seventh annual Hon. Gloria D’Amico Fun Run/Walk at Astoria Park. Sunny skies and a slight breeze made for perfect running conditions as participants gathered at 9:30 a.m. More...

Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award Winners Chosen

United Adult Ministries, the parent company of Flushing House, will honor three outstanding persons with the Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award during its annual gala fundraising dinner on Thursday, November 4, at Westbury Manor, Westbury, Long Isl More...

School Board 30 Ponders Childhood Obesity

In New York City’s schools, “wellness” is a direct effort to combat obesity. More...

Marshall Kicks Off National Environmental Children’s Campaign

Queens Borough President Helen Marshall was joined by Dr. More...

Weprin And Halloran Welcome Group Ride Van Service

City Councilmembers Mark S. Weprin (DOakland Gardens) and Daniel J. More...

Wedding Reception To Remember

Whether it's set in the great outdoors, a lavish ballroom, the couple's favorite restaurant or at home, the wedding reception is a special time for newlyweds to celebrate with family and friends. More...

Say 'I Don't' To Wedding Stress

Stomachaches, headaches, sleep problems, poor concentration, moodiness, irritability, racing thoughts...Getting married is supposed to be a happy time, right? So why are so many brides-to-be completely stressed out? More...

Law Dishes Out Strict Health Rules For Food Vendors

A state senator from Queens is calling on state officials to pass legislation that would require street food vendors and food vendors at stadiums and arenas to undergo a grueling inspection by state health officials and to display a “grade&rdq More...

Restaurant Week Shows Queens’ International Flavor

This year, more than 100 restaurants have signed on for Discover Queens Restaurant Week to offer diners a great deal: $25 for a three-course, prix fixe menu available Monday through Thursday. More...

Greek Orthodox Shrine Church Of Saint Nicholas Holds Festival

The Greek Orthodox Shrine Church of St. Nicholas, 196-10 Northern Blvd., Flushing, 718- 357-4200, will hold its annual Greek Festival Thursday, October 7 through Sunday October 10, 2010. More...

Tornado Hero Dies

The tornado that struck Queens on September 16 has claimed the life of a second victim. More...

Time Warner Cable, IFC Launch Short Film Contest

Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) on September 16 announced the launch of the Time Warner Cable Short Film Contest in association with IFC. More...

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