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Annual Sunnyside Holiday Lighting Ceremony To Be Held On November 19

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Lively Celebrations Honor Day Of The Dead In Corona

Corona Plaza was filled with colorful costumes, dancing skeletons, Spanish-singing musicians and smiling ghosts this past weekend, as the community celebrated Day of the Dead. More...

APAC’s The Cottage Sparkles With Humor And Charm

If one didn’t know The Cottage was written by a modern American playwright, seeing the production of this hilarious farce in its world premiere at Astoria Performing Arts Center (APAC) one would assume it was a long lost masterpiece of Noel Cow More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

TU CASA in Astoria

TU CASA is my favorite place to go for authentic Peruvian and Latin American fare. The portions are generous, the prices moderate, and the staff friendly and professional. More...

Editorials

Recognizing Helen Marshall

In 1957, Donald Marshall and his wife, Helen Marshall moved from The Bronx into their new home in Corona, Queens.  More...

Letters to the Editor

Disengaged, Uniformed  To The Editor:  More...

Referendum, Essence Of Democracy

When citizens in a democracy are deprived of the right to a referendum, a pseudo-democratic system will take root and ultimately erode people’s rights and lead to tyranny. More...

Sports

SJP Junior Varsity Volleyball Captures Third Championship

The High School Volleyball A Division Championship on November 5 was won by both St. John’s Prep H.S. (SJP) teams, in games held at SJP.  More...

Star Journal

Autumn In Queens 1897

The Greater Astoria Historical Society presents pages from the Long Island Star Journal.  Welcome to November 1897!  More...

All Leads Run Dry In Search For Avonte

More than 750 hours have gone by since Avonte Oquendo ran past a security guard at the Riverview School at 1-50 51st Avenue in Long Island City, through an unlocked side door at the school and vanished into the October afternoon – gone without a trac More...

Food Donations Net Mets Tickets

Mets fans who this week donated 10 or more items to the team’s Holiday Food Drive at Citi Field received a bonus for opening their hearts to the needy.  Fans who brought nonperishable, nutritious food to the stadium during the November 12 f More...

Van Bramer Kicks Off Sunnyside’s First Restaurant Week

On November 4, Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer joined Sunnyside Shines Business Improvement District to launch the neighborhood’s first-ever Restaurant Week. More...

Community Holds Veterans’ Day Memorial In Astoria Park

The annual Veterans’ Day wreath-laying ceremony was held on November 10 in Astoria Park. More...

Political Page

De Blasio Victory Lap

Immediately after Bill de Blasio scored his runaway defeat over Joe Lhota last week, he and his wife Chirlane McCray dashed off to Puerto Rico for what was described as a brief recuperative visit from the long and victorious campaign. More...

Seniors

How Divorce Can Affect Your Social Security

Dear Savvy Senior,  Am I entitled to my former husband’s Social Security benefits? I was married for 12 unpleasant years and would like to know what I may be eligible for.  Ex-spouse  Dear Ex-spouse,  More...

Features

Schumer Calls On Feds To Fund Tracking Of The Autistic

It has been more than one month – 918 hours since Avonte Oquendo ran past a security guard at his Long Island City school, through an unlocked side door and vanished into the October afternoon – gone without a trace.   More...

Queens Resident Graduates From Ailes Apprentice Program

Sarah Kader, was one of four individuals graduating from FOX News Channel’s (FNC) Ailes Apprentice Program on November 14. More...

Cops Kick Off Zero Tolerance Holiday Crackdown

It’s that time of year again, when families and friends gather to raise a glass or two (or more,) in celebration of the holiday season. More...

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