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It’s In Queens! (Nov. 5 to Nov. 11)

The baseball action inside Citi Field has settled in for a long winter’s nap, but the rest of the borough is alive and kicking with a wide array of fun things to do, including brand new theater, Korean film, live music, Kristallnacht-related discussi More...

Crystal Executives Features On Crain's New York Stories

The entrepreneurial success story of national manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems and its top executives CEO Thomas Chen and COO Steve Chen are among the stories featured in the third season of Crain's New York Stories television show.&nbs More...

Off The Beaten Path:

The Decorated Icon Exhibit At Cathedral Of Christ the Savior Beaded Icon Exhibit Of Moscow

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Korean Film Festival Comes To MMI

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Two Hundred Unit Building Proposed For Property Behind Phipps Houses

There was a Monday evening meeting last week at the Phipps Houses in Sunnyside, where residents and others from the neighborhood looked at architectural illustrations and heard a description of the proposed 200-apartment complex that ownership would More...

Avoid Pitfalls Of Thanksgiving, Christmas Shopping

Retail experts say the 2015 holiday shopping season will kick off “extra early,” thanks to a variety of money saving deals by supermarkets, local retailers and big-name bargain stores that include “no-down payment” lay away plans.To help you better m More...

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Subway's 108th Year

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Turkey Eyes Cyprus

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Community Calendar

Gazette Calendar Of Events

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Restaurant of the Week

Junior’s Café

Junior’s Café is legendary in Long Island City, having occupied its prominent position on the corner of Vernon Blvd. and 46th Rd. for 16 years. More...

Seniors

Savvy Senior:

Understanding The Responsibilities Of An Executor

Dear Savvy Senior, An old family friend recently asked me to be the executor of his will when he dies. I feel flattered that he asked, but I’m not sure what exactly the job entails. What can you tell me? More...

Savvy Senior:

How To Reduce Your Medication Costs

Dear Savvy Senior,Can you recommend any tips to help me save on my medication costs? I currently take five different prescription medications that are very expensive even with insurance.  Searching SusanDear Susan, More...

Book Review

Discover Corona’s History in New Book

Telling a story in pictures is Corona: The Early Years, the newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series. The book by local authors Jason D. Antos and Constantine E. More...

Features

Hunt Suspect In LIC Construction Site Robs

Police are asking the public for help in capturing a serial thief who has stolen more than $15,000 in tools and electronic devices from four Long Island City construction sites since last June.Cops said the thief first struck at a construction site o More...

Motorcyclist Dead In Steinway Street Wipeout

A 22-year-old Woodside man died on October 25th after he lost control of his motorcycle on Steinway Street, police said.Investigators at the NYPD Accident Investigation Squad said Nathaniel Gomez was riding north on Steinway Street at about 5:45 a.m. More...

Markey Announces $1M For Security At Woodside Houses

Assemblywoman Margaret Markey announced a grant of $1 million for security system upgrades at Woodside Houses, the 20-building NYC Public Housing Authority development.  She was joined by state Senator Jose Peralta, civic leaders, including Ann More...

Bel Aire Salutes Our Veterans With A FREE Meal

Every day should be Veterans Day. This Veterans Day, Bel Aire Diner Restaurant will be honoring our veterans for their service to our country: VETERANS EAT FREE! More...

Wait ‘Til Next Year

When the New York Mets began the 2015 season in April the odds of them reaching the postseason were placed at a longshot of 100 to 1.  More...

Look WHO's New At WCS's Queens Zoo

Three burrowing owls (Athene cunicularia) have made their debut at the WCS’s (Wildlife Conservation Society) Queens Zoo. The trio of owls is all female. They share their exhibit with thick-billed parrots and roadrunners. More...

New York Triathlon Expo Coming to Citi Field in 2016

The NY TRI EXPO ‘16 is coming to Citi Field on Saturday, March 19, 2016, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. More...

Film Screening, Art Show At HANAC Senior Center

A short film about the work of one of their senior citizen artists, Irene Phillips, will debut at the HANAC Harmony JVL Innovative Senior Center in the George T. More...

Rape Increases By 200 Percent Reports 108th Pct. C.C.

The 108th Police Precinct Community Council meeting for October was brief, not having the many inquiring persons in attendance that were present at September’s first meeting of autumn.  Some interesting items came out of it anyway.  The cri More...

City: File On Line For Water Main Losses

City officials are urging homeowners, residents and business owners who suffered losses in the massive water main break last month in Elmhurst to file for damages online with the office of City Controller Scott Stringer.   A bumbling crew o More...

Cuomo Meets Mets Before World Series Game One

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo was in Kansas City, Missouri to cheer on the New York Mets in game one of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals. More...

Political Page

$2M From State For Pomonok Houses

SIMANOWITZ ANNOUNCES $2M FROM STATE FOR POMONOK: Assemblyman Michael Simanowitz announced a $2 million award to The Pomonok Houses in Flushing to fund security upgrades.  More...

Crowley, SBA Promote Economic Growth On 82nd St.

On October 26, Congressman Joe Crowley (D-Queens, the Bronx), Vice Chair of the Democratic Caucus, was joined by US Small Business Administration (SBA) Regional Administrator Kellie LeDet on a tour of the 82nd Street Partnership in Jackson Heights to More...

DA Brown Wins 7th Term, Vallone Elected Civil Ct. Judge

Queens voters yesterday elected District Attorney Richard A. Brown to his seventh term in office and elected Peter Vallone Jr. to a Civil Court judgeship. State Supreme Court and Queens Civil Court judges were also elected to complete the balloting. More...

Editorials

Mets Are World-Class

The Mets are once again a championship team. They have competed in the World Series, and should feel proud. More...

Letters to the Editor

To PANYNJ Re: Noise  A copy of this letter was received at the Queens Gazette. October 27, 2015 Patrick Foye Executive Director Port Authority of New York & New Jersey 225 Park Avenue South, 15th Floor  More...

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