February 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

SIMPLY FONDUE

Simply Fondue is simply a fun and unique way to spend an evening with friends or with your special Valentine. Indeed, what could be more romantic than sharing and dipping and feeding each other from across the table in your private cabana? More...

Health Care

Social Security Teases Your Brain

January was International Brain Teasers Month. What better time to test your knowledge and learn a few things at the same time? With that in mind (pun intended), tease your brain with these bits of Social Security trivia. Brain Teasers: 1. More...

Features

CB 2 Meets, Talks Preservation, Film Festival, Local Businesses

Another Landmarks Preservation application regarding alterations on a house in Sunnyside Gardens was on the docket for February’s meeting of Community Board 2; and also, another Consumer Affairs application to renew an unenclosed sidewalk café at a r More...

LAGCC Grad Receives $10,000 Scholarship

In her 23 years, Crystal Cameron has had to face one formidable challenge after another. There was a volatile relationship with her mother; the murder of her father; an unplanned pregnancy at the age of 17; and a stint in foster care. More...

Make Queens Safer Meets To Talk About Pedestrian Safety

Make Queens Safer is a group formed in Jackson Heights some three months ago to take on the mounting hazards pedestrians face from the combined menace of reckless driving, unsafe street design and a lack of traffic enforcement by the police.  La More...

Doran, Fought To Preserve New York State Pavilion, Was 28

Maspeth resident and co-founder of People for the Pavilion, Christian Doran, has died after suffering from an asthma attack, as reported by friend and fellow co-founder of People for the Pavilion, Matthew Silva. More...

It’s In Queens! (Feb. 13 to Feb. 19)

It’s Valentine’s Day, and Queens is for lovers. Residents can celebrate romance with everything from tango to Shakespeare to Michael Bolton. There’s also plenty of art and theater, as well as bird-counting, poetry and a gaming extravaganza. More...

Political Page

Cheers For De Blasio’s State Of The City

Just in time for the Gazette’s edition this week we have coverage on Mayor Bill de Blasio’s State of the City address this past Monday.  More...

Van Bramer Calls For Vision Zero For Northern Boulevard

On February 6, Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer was joined by state Senator Michael Gianaris, Assemblymember Marge Markey, Queens residents as well as representatives from Transportation Alternatives and Make Queens Safer to call for Northern Boulevard More...

Editorials

Show Your Love Close To Home

Valentine’s Day is supposed to be the one day of the year when joy in one’s significant other is unconfined. More...

Honoring Our Presidents

When some of us were in elementary school, lo these many years ago, the birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, the first and 16th president, respectively, were celebrated as two separate days of significance. More...

Letters to the Editor

Dromm Applauds Mayor  To The Editor:  More...

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