June 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Tourneau Honors Graduates Of Watchmaker Program

Executives from Tourneau, the world’s largest luxury watch retailer, recognized seven students who have successfully completed the company’s inventive, new Watchmaker Program. More...

Poppenhusen Institute Continues To Serve As A Bastion Of Knowledge And Teaching

The historic Poppenhusen Institute, 114 04 14th Road in College Point, invites local history buffs to explore the building that housed the first free kindergarten in America. More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

Saffron Indian Cuisine

Saffron specializes in fine Indian cuisine from all regions of the sub-continent. More...

Seniors

Find Out How Much Your Old Stuff Is Worth

Dear Savvy Senior,What resources can you recommend for finding the value of old items. More...

Features

NYPD Offers Safety Tips For Runners, Joggers

NYPD officials are reaching out to the public with a series of tops designed to increase the safety of folks that run and jog on city streets.The tips are as follows:  More...

Miller Honors Coastal Patrol Cadet Corps On 40th Year

On June 14, Assemblymember Michael Miller (D-Woodhaven) visited the 40th annual Military Review at St. More...

QCH Starts Fundraising Campaign After Devastating Fire

Staff, program participants, and community supporters have joined together to re-house five Queens Community House (QCH) programs that lost their home in a five-alarm fire in Jackson Heights on April 21. More...

Flag Day Celebration

The annual Flag Day Parade in Sunnyside was held on June 14. More...

Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett Make Surprise Visit To Students At Frank Sinatra School Of The Arts

What better way to end of the school year then with a surprise visit from not one, but two famous music stars? Students at the Frank Sinatra School of Arts in Long Island City were excied to see when Bennett showed up with pop star Lady Gaga. More...

It's In Queens! (June 19 to June 26)

Lawn concert. Youth concert. LGBTQ concert. Ray Charles tribute concert. More than 1,000 concerts on the same day. More...

Bouba Cools Off

Bouba is a two year old male Andean bear who made his debut at the Wildlife Conservation Society’s (WCS) Queens Zoo in the fall. He shares a habitat with a female Andean bear named Spangles.  More...

Political Page

WFP Endorses Liu; Congress Primary Tuesday

Since former City Comptroller John Liu officially announced he was running against incumbent state Senator Tony Avella for the state senate seat covering Northeast Queens, he has drawn several valuable labor union endorsements which will provide assu More...

Local Business Owners Meet With SBS Commissioner

Councilmember Costa Constantinides (D-Astoria) and small business owners from Astoria met with city Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Maria Torres-Springer, along with leaders of Steinway Astoria Partnership, Central Astoria Lo More...

Editorials

Summer Fun In Queens

The summer solstice, being the longest day of the year, marks the true beginning of summer. More...

Letters to the Editor

Roots Of Iraq Debacle  To The Editor:  More...

Thinkin’ Out Loud: Is, Was, God Dead In America?

Someone recently told me about a movie titled, God’s Not Dead. It stars Kevin Sorbo of Hercules fame, Dean Cain of Superman fame, and Willie Robertson of Duck Dynasty. After I looked up the synopsis and read the critical reviews I   More...

Star Journal

Depression And Entertainment In 1931 Queens

The Greater Astoria Historical Society presents pages from the Long Island Star Journal.  Welcome to June 1931!  More...

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