April 23, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

St. John’s University Mourns Passing Of Paterson

Basil Paterson, who passed away last week, was remembered with great respect by St. John’s University officials, as a “loyal and accomplished alumnus”. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

Celebrate life’s special occasions at Astoria World Manor.

Astoria World Manor has been an icon of catering in the area for 59 years, offering personalized service for all of life’s special occasions. More...

El Anzuelo Fino

El Anzuelo Fino is a charming, traditional Peruvian restaurant that adds more flavor to the already flavorful neighborhood of Jackson Heights. More...

Seniors

Miller Wishes Seniors A Happy Easter

On April 17, Assemblymember Mike Miller (D-Woodhaven) visited local seniors at the Ridgewood Older Adult Center & Services located at 59-14 70th Ave. in Ridgewood, to wish them a Happy Easter, as well as hand out some candy. More...

How To Get Help With Medicare Decisions

Dear Savvy Senior, Where can I get help with my Medicare decisions? I’m approaching 65, and could use some help sorting through the different Medicare plan options that are available to me.  Almost Eligible Dear Almost,  More...

Features

QCH Gets Ready For Summer Youth Employment Program

On March 3, Queens Community House (QCH) began accepting participant applications for the 2014 Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP). More...

Miller Visits Vietnam Vets

On April 16, Assemblymember Mike Miller visited the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 32 located at 19-12 149th St., in Whitestone, in support of the Blood Drive for Pat Toro. More...

Queens Council on the Arts Moveable Feast Artist Dinner

At QCA’s Moveable Feast Artist Dinner fundraiser on April 11, Hoong Yee Lee Krakauer, Queens Council on the Arts (QCA) executive director and children’s book author/illustrator read from her new children’s book, Ghost Dumplings. More...

Tent Of Tomorrow

In one of the most historic events to happen at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in recent memory, more than 2,500 people came to witness the public viewing of the New York State Pavilion 50 years to the day since the fair opened on Apr. 22, 1964. More...

Cops Hunt Astoria Social Club Burglars

Police in Astoria are seeking help from the public to identify and locate two suspects sought in connection with a break-in at a local social club. Cops last week released a surveillance photo of the suspects inside the Unity Gallega of the Unit More...

It’s In Queens! (April 24 to April 30)

Let’s dance…or let’s watch highly acclaimed, highly trained dance troupes, since a few are coming to Queens this week. More...

Political Page

Simotas Court Action Enforces SLA Reject Of Strip Club Liquor License

In a unique move for a state legislator, Assemblymember Aravella Simotas filed an “amicus curiae”, or “friend of the court” brief in support of the State Liquor Authority and local residents when the SLA was forced to go to co More...

Constantinides, Zone 126 and Urban Upbound Host Pre-K Registration

Councilmember Costa Constantinides (D-Astoria) hosted a Universal Pre-K mobile registration event with education advocacy group Zone 126 and community group Urban Upbound. More...

Clinton Dems Welcome Mark-Viverito And Lewandowski

The Clinton Democratic Club held its monthly meeting on April 16 at Trattoria 35 in Bayside. The room was packed with nearly 100 people as the club welcomed City Council   More...

Editorials

Get Married In Queens

Getting married is all about creating a new branch on the family tree, a new family unit with strong roots within two families uniting. And while building on family traditions, your wedding (or vow renewal) should reflect who you are. More...

Letters to the Editor

Free Market  To The Editor:  More...

Arts Education Funding

Our city is getting a failing grade when it comes to arts education. More...

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