November 20, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Kitty Genovese Killer Denied Parole

The man who confessed to stabbing Kitty Genovese to death in a Kew Gardens doorway in 1964 has been denied parole for the 16th time, authorities said. More...

Cops Warn: Electric Bikes Illegal On City Streets

114th Precinct Crime Prevention Officer John Glynn last week reminded residents in Astoria and Long Island City that it is now illegal to ride electric bicycles in New York City. More...

It's In Queens (November 21 Through November 27)

Live music, improvisational theater, politicians making fun of themselves and the season’s first holiday tree lighting are among upcoming activities. Here’s the rundown.   More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

Dates & times are subject to change. Recurring More...

Restaurant of the Week

Ali Baba Fine Afghan Kabab House

Ali Baba Afghan Kabab House is now under the friendly and competent management of the Azizi family to the delight of residents from near and far. More...

Editorials

Remembering John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Nov. 22, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. More...

Letters to the Editor

‘Queens-Sway’  Dear Friends,  More...

Chanukah And Thanksgiving Coincide

How exceedingly rare it is for Chanukah to fall on Thanksgiving – this year Chanukah actually begins before Thanksgiving, on Wednesday evening, November 27.  More...

Meng Gets Back On Her Feet

Congressmember Grace Meng is back on her feet after she was hit in the head and robbed in Washington D.C. More...

5 Pointz Graffiti Gone In A White Wash

The graffiti is gone.Owners of the 5 Pointz building did some artwork of their own on Monday night, when workers whitewashed the outside of the urban canvas, covering over graffiti that became the center point of recent court battles. More...

Celebrate Holidays Around The World With QSO

The Queens Symphony Orchestra (QSO) announced their upcoming Family Concert: Holidays Around the World on December 15, 3 p.m. at LeFrak Concert Hall at Queens College. More...

Political Page

Airplane ‘Roundtable’

Responding to an avalanche of airplane noise complaints from residents living around LaGuardia and Kennedy Airports, and even from an area like Maspeth and adjacent neighborhoods, federal legislators from Queens have been successful in their effort t More...

Seniors

How To Put Together Your Family's Health History

Dear Savvy Senior,What can you tell me about creating a family health history? My doctor recently suggested that I make one as a way to predict potential health problems as I get older, but I could use some help.Getting OldDear Getting, More...

Features

Long Island City Booming With New Housing Units

A dizzying array of developments is underway in the Dutch Kills community in Long Island City, including new residential development that would never have made it off the boards under archaic zoning restrictions that hovered over the area for 40-plus More...

Undercover Probe Smashes National Trademark Counterfiting Rings

Police and prosecutors join Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown and New York City Police Captain Donald Boller (center), of the NYPD’s Trademark Infringement Unit, More...

Marshall Attends LaGuardia College Ribbon Cutting

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held last week to inaugurate the new admissions office at La Guardia Community College. More...

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