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Con Ed Funds Autism Swim Lessons At Long Island City Y

The Long Island City YMCA, 32-23 Queens Blvd., and Con Edison are teaming up with QSAC (Quality Services for the Autism Community) to bring adults with autism an aquatics program that builds skills while enhancing self-confidence, motor skills, and w More...

Borough-Wide Blotter

102nd Precinct Driver Plows Through Checkpoint Police arrested a 28 year old Queens man with a suspended license last month after he plowed through a safety checkpoint in South Ozone Park. More...

Vallone Bills Mandate Security In Non-Public Schools

Declaring that every child deserves equal police protection under the law, City Councilmember Peter Vallone Jr. More...

Van Bramer Unites Community With City Agencies At Town Hall

On Saturday, October 23 City Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer hosted a community Town Hall meeting with more than a half dozen city agencies at the Long Island City branch of the Queens Library. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Veterans’ Day Nov. 11, United War Veterans Council, NYC Veterans’ Day Parade, “Freedom is Not Free”, Fifth Avenue/26th-56th Streets, Manhattan; 212.693.1476. More...

“Voices Envisioned: Memories Made in Northern Ireland”

On Exhibit at Queens College Art Center Through December 23

The exhibit will be on display at the Queens College Art Center (part of the Selma and Max Kupferberg Center for the Arts) Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library, Level Six Queens College, 65-30 Kissena Blvd.. More...

Free Tour Of Historic Lawrence Cemetery

A free tour of the historic Lawrence Cemetery, a NYC landmark that remains one of Bayside's last true links to its colonial past, will be given by Bayside Historical Society (BHS) on Saturday, November 6 at 2 p.m. More...

Features

Lovers’ Spat Sparked Murder-Suicide

Police last week determined the death of a man whose body was discovered in an October 23 fire at a Flushing office building was the result of a murder-suicide. More...

Queens Best Showcase Their Talents

Who hasn’t fantasized about the idea of becoming a celebrity? On October 21, a few hopeful ladies and gentlemen showcased their talents at The Blue Room, 248-13 Union Tpke., Bellerose, for the October’s Best Showcase and Model Search. More...

Queens College Staffer Wins Day With Clinton

Flushing resident Susan Jeng, an office assistant for the English Language Institute in Professional & Continuing Studies, is the winner of a lottery held by the Clinton Foundation in which a day with the 42nd president was top prize. More...

Mets Name Sandy Alderson As New General Manager

The New York Mets organization has announced the signing of a new General Manager to replace Omar Minaya. On Friday, October 29 the Mets called a press conference to introduce Sandy Alderson as their new GM, the twelfth in franchise history. More...

Marshall Holds Aviation Advisory Council Meeting

The Queens Borough President’s Aviation Advisory Council met on October 27 at Queens Borough Hall in Kew Gardens to present a trio of topics. More...

$2G Reward For Information In Execution-Slay

Detectives in Queens are searching for a gunman who last week executed a man and woman in a car left idling outside a cemetery in Ridgewood. More...

Van Bramer Meets Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

On October 20, City Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer joined President and CEO of the New York Public Library (NYPL) Paul LeClerc and Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Archbishop Demetrios to celebrate the NYPLs special exhibition of sacred texts en More...

Queens Tot Hit By Car ‘Showing Improvement’

The father of a three year old Queens girl struck by a Jaguar as she crossed Woodhaven Boulevard with her mother on October 27, said she is continuing to fight for her life. More...

Political Page

Unanswered Questions About Bloomberg-Haggerty $1.1 M Deal

As we come to the end of another election cycle, with Governor-elect Andrew Cuomo promising major changes in Albany, our attention was drawn last week to events which had occurred at the end of the 2009 election, when Mayor Michael Bloomberg won an More...

Restaurant of the Week

PLUM Restaurant…Lounge…Event Space

Fall is the perfect time to sample the cozy luxury of Plum Restaurant, Lounge and Event Space. A recent facelift to the already beautiful interior includes sultry, sheer curtains that drape from the ceiling and banquettes. More...

Editorials

Distinguished Service Career Draws To A Close

As the bells ring out the old year on Dec. 31, 2010, a distinguished career in public service will come to an end as well. More...

Letters to the Editor

Is It A Bike Path Or Not? To The Editor: The city is doing a great job promoting bike riding on our streets, with bike lanes painted on roads and bike path signs installed on the side of the streets. More...

The Crowded Sidewalks Of Flushing, New York

Flushing’s Main Street is a hellish nightmare. Whenever I have to take the subway into Manhattan by route of the station there I cringe and might even shed tears if I was the emotional sort. More...

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