April 1, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Brooklyn Historians Write Opus On Greenpoint

Brian Merlis and Riccardo Gomes have written what might be the definitive history of Greenpoint. Their latest work, Brooklyn's Historic Greenpoint, is a 248 page book that weighs almost three pounds. Now that's a lot of history. More...

Hunt Astoria Rapist

Police in Astoria are searching for a violent rapist who stalked a 60-year-old woman before attacking her.Cops said the woman was walking near her home on 30th Avenue near 35th Street at about 12:50 p.m. More...

Former Parkway Hospital Site Back On Market

The former Parkway hospital, in Forest Hills, is back on the market for more than $20 million, as was reported by The Real Deal (therealdeal.com). More...

Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

EL COYOTE

El Coyote Restaurant opened in Forest Hills last September, after years of success in its two locations in Connecticut, and one in Jackson Heights at 80- 18 Northern Blvd. More...

Editorials

Easter And Passover Celebrate New Life

Easter is the most important Christian holiday of all; the very “crux” of Christianity is when Jesus Christ rose from the dead. More...

April Fools’ Day Shenanigans

Playing April Fools’ Day pranks is a custom that has been around for centuries, according to some scholars, and the playing of harmless stunts on one’s friends is practiced nearly everywhere. More...

Letters to the Editor

Dromm’s Hydrant Bill  A copy of this letter was received at the Queens Gazette. March 16, 2015 The Council of the City Of New York Office of Daniel Dromm 37-32 75th St Jackson Heights, NY 11372  Dear Coun More...

Hundreds Trapped As No. 7 Train Stalls

Hundreds of passengers were trapped inside a No. More...

Huge Brawl Erupts At Resorts World Casino

A massive melee erupted in the late evening of April 3 at Resorts World Casino in Ozone Park. More...

It's In Queens! (April 2 to April 8)

A unique week is approaching with schools going on recess, warming weather, and a few big religious observances. More...

Neir’s Tavern Celebrates Goodfellas Silver Anniversary

In 1990, Martin Scorsese made Goodfellas, one of his most famous movies, on the streets of Queens. And it was Neir’s Tavern of Woodhaven, the oldest bar in operation in New York City, which served as one of the film’s main locales. More...

Political Page

Schumer Set For Major Move To Lead Senate Dems

It has been a grueling 41-year climb for US Senator Charles Schumer – he has finally got a historic goal in sight that will place him within reach of the most powerful legislative body in he U.S. More...

Crime Chat With DA Brown: Car Dealer Finance Fraud

If you have ever purchased a vehicle, you know that the experience can be exciting as well as stressful. Unfortunately, as in all lines of work, there are unscrupulous used car dealers. More...

Seniors

Do You Need To File A Tax Return In 2015?

Dear Savvy Senior,What are the IRS income tax filing requirements for retirees this tax season? More...

Features

Dr. Rashmee Sharma: A Woman On A Mission

Dr. More...

Greek Culture Day At Bayside Senior Center

Ya sas, Nin Hao! A Greek Cultural Presentation was presented to over 100 seniors in eastern Queens by Catherine Tsounis and Dr. John G. Siolas on March 21st, 2015. More...

Woodhaven BID Holds Spring Street Fair

The Woodhaven Business Improvement District’s Jamaica Avenue was rocking on March 28. More...

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