December 3, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

It’s In Queens! (December 4 to December 10)

Good-bye Thanksgiving turkey, hello Santa Claus! Upcoming events include a holiday historic house tour, seasonal live music events, and Christmas-inspired theater. More...

Here Comes Santa

Despite his exceedingly busy schedule during this holiday season, Santa Claus is expected to bring Northeast Queens an early dose of Christmas Spirit at the Holiday Parade this coming Sunday, December 7, sponsored by Councilmember Paul Vallone and th More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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

Restaurant of the Week

CAFÈ OLÉ

Warm brick walls, floor to ceiling windows, sheer sunset-colored curtains, fresh lilies, crisp linen tablecloths, exposed beam ceilings, and Spanish music come together to spell romance in the intimate dining room at Café Olé Restaurant in Astoria. More...

Editorials

The Month Of Merriment

December is the month of holidays. And perhaps it is no coincidence that we end the year with the biggest celebrations. It is the greatest month and everyone takes the merry-making quite seriously. More...

Letters to the Editor

Sinking Like The Titanic  To The Editor:  On November 4, Americans rejected President Obama and his progressive agenda and elected a majority of Republicans to Congress, as well as many state governments.  More...

A Stupid Government – We Deserve Better

MIT’s Dr. Jonathan Gruber, touted as an architect of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), has referred to the “stupidity” of the American people as necessary to pass the ACA. More...

Sports

Seaver On Lyons

                  When Tom Seaver announced his retirement at a press conference in 1987, a writer asked the greatest Met who the toughest hitter he ever faced was.& More...

Internet In Bloom For The Layperson

In the holiday spirit use the Internet to save your life or the life of someone you know who drives. More...

The MTA Invites You To Take A Trip Down Memory Lane

New York City nostalgia fans will be able to catch a classic train from Queens Plaza every Sunday this December.The trains are comprised of old subway cars that ran between the 1930s and early 1970s.This year the nostalgia trains will run along the S More...

Woman Critical In Subway Jump

A 21-year-old woman remains in critical condition at a Manhattan hospital this week after she jumped in front of a train at a Queens subway station, authorities said.Cops said the unidentified woman was struck by a Manhattan-bound E train at the Cour More...

Political Page

Council Accolades For Councilmember Constantinides

It’s a longtime—if ever—since we’ve seen such accolades for a first-term councilmember as we’ve seen for Councilmember Costa Constantinides, Astoria’s representative following passage of the mixed-use Astoria Cove More...

Seniors

A Guide To Finding Affordable Dental Care

Dear Savvy Senior,  I had dental insurance through my work for many years but lost it when I retired. Where can retirees find affordable dental care?  Need a Dentist  Dear Need,  More...

Features

Queens College Holds Business Forum Breakfast

In late November, the Queens College Business Forum breakfast heard an upbeat address from Michael McKee, economics editor of Bloomberg Radio.  He announced that it looked like the general economic forecast for America was not only favorable but More...

108th Precinct Holds Community Council Meeting

The new commander of the 108th Police Precinct, Captain John Travaglia, was introduced to a waiting audience in the presence of Captain Brian Hennessy, former commander, at November’s community council meeting.  The new commander shared much of More...

Cops, Peralta Offer $4G For Murdered Mom, Baby Info

State Sen. More...

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