July 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

It's In Queens! (July 3 to July 9)

Queens celebrates the country’s birthday, July 4, with carnival rides and fireworks. On the same day, the borough also celebrates famous former resident Louis Armstrong’s entry into the world with live music and food. More...

Come Together In Astoria Park For Beatles Tribute

Experience the timeless music and memories of the “Fab Four” in an incredible performance by Strawberry Fields.  Fans who long for the magic of a Beatles concert can come together on Thursday, July 10 in Astoria Park for a live tribute to John, More...

Absentee Ballots Figure In 3rd CD Primary Race

Last Tuesday’s primary for the Republican nomination in the Long Island/Queens 3rd CD contest had Grant Lally ahead of Stephen Labate in the voting machine count by a 110 vote margin, but almost 2,000 absentee ballots now being counted will finally i More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

OVELIA PSISTARIA AND BAR

Brothers Chris and Peter Giannakas opened Ovelia Psistaria about eight years ago and the impressive food and the ‘buzz’ around this modern Hellenic grill house is as fresh as the day it opened. More...

Health Care

What You Need To Know About Dental Sealants

Thousands of patients across the globe, as well as in the metropolitan New York area, receive dental sealant procedures every year in order to keep their teeth as healthy and viable as possible.  More...

Features

Long Island City Summit Holds First Ever Gathering

The first Long Island City Summit opened at the Museum of the Moving Image last week on Tuesday morning.  More...

Queens 10K Race Featured Diverse Competitors

Brazil may have the World Cup, but today, the borough of Queens hosted an international sporting event of its own. More...

Vanishing Cyprus

Carnage Of The Innocence

Humanity is witnessing chaos in a number of countries across the world and innocent civilians are forcibly trapped in a vicious cycle of hopelessness, brutality and indifference! More...

Rockaway Beach Section Closure Alert

Due to on-going construction activity, Rockaway Beach is currently closed between B. 60 and B. 113 Streets.  However, swimming is available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at B. 9, B. 17, B. 30, B. 59, and from B. 116 to B. 148 Streets. More...

Queens College Business Forum Breakfast Holds Final Meeting For Season

The June Business Forum Breakfast at Queens College was the last of the season, so in addition to the business address by James Orr, vice president and head of the regional analysis function of the research and statistics group, Federal Reserve Bank More...

Stavisky Discusses 2013-14 Legislative Session

“There are a lot of legislative victories to be proud of this year,” said state Senator Toby Ann Stavisky. More...

Katz Bemoans No Rockaway Ferry Funds, But Applauds Pavilion $

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz was very pleased that Mayor Bill de Blasio included $5.8 billion in the new Capital Budget for the restoration of the New York State Pavilion. More...

Political Page

Cuomo Signs Gianaris-Aubry Bill To Reform Queens Library

State Senator Michael Gianaris (D–Western Queens), issued a statement praising Cuomo for signing his bill into law, saying, “I am thrilled the governor signed this bill into law and helped end the abuses that have plagued our library syst More...

Liu Visits Gazette

On June 27, former City Comptroller John Liu visited the offices of the Queens Gazette where the newspaper’s publisher, Tony Barsamian, wished him well on his current quest for the state senate More...

Editorials

Celebrate And Participate

Thirty-eight years ago, on the Fourth of July, there were parades of tall ships, fireworks and festivals, concerts and parties celebrating our country’s bicentennial. More...

Letters to the Editor

Red Light Cameras  To The Editor:  More...

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