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Calendar of Events Friday, Nov. 12th, deadline for submission of anti-drug essays in contest sponsored by Republic National Bank; entries should be one page and include the student’s name, grade, school and phone number; submit entry to the 112th Police Precinct, 68-40 Austin St., Forest Hills; tel. 520-9311. *7:30 p.m., The Writer’s Voice evening readings continue with Susan Choi and […]

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Pulpit Listings Temple Beth Sholom: • Nov. 10th, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Second annual "Read Hebrew America." Five one and one-half hour lessons. Preregistration is necessary. • Nov. 12th, 19th, 26th, Friday, 8:30 p.m. Consecration of new members on Nov. 5th, conducted by ninth grade students on Nov. 19th, Torah service on Nov. 26th. • Nov. 14th, Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Adult […]

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Cajun Cuisine At Cooking With Jazz By Teresa Barile New Orleans is famous for three things: Cajun cooking, jazz and a drink called a "hurricane." Experience the best of all three of these things at "Cooking With Jazz," now at two locations. Owner Steven VanGelder opened the first "Cooking With Jazz" in 1994. Located on the corner of 154th Street […]

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Editorial Lower Fares Raise Ridership State Comptroller H. Carl McCall has predicted that capital improvements to the New York City transit system will bring about a 30-cent increase to bus and subway fares by the year 2004. Fares on the commuter train lines that serve the city, such as Metro North and the Long Island Rail Road, could also surge […]

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It’s Not The Flag, Stupid by patrick h. brady Its the Constitution! The 1989 Supreme Court decision defining flag burning as free speech should outrage every American, flag burners as well as those who love Old Glory. That decision defiled our sacred Constitution and we should all be upset whether or not we care one whit about the flag. The […]

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Roving Photographer By Rev. Austin H. Armitstead With DDW This week’s question: What does Veteran’s Day mean to you? Jack Fitzgerald "As a veteran with 3 brothers in WWII and a father in WWI, Veteran’s Day renews and strengthens my understanding of the sacrifices made by so many people." Joann Villodas "It is a day of recognition in remembrance of […]

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FOOTBALL By Bob Balogh St.John’s University easily defeated Canisius College 45-0 at DaSilva Memorial Field last Saturday in a lopsided contest that was over before it was over. A sparse hometown crowd of 814 fans saw the Red Storm take control just minutes after winning the coin toss. To be exact, the initial scoring drive took a mere 2:44 following […]

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SoftBall By Richard Kagan The Francis Lewis H.S. girls’ softball team was on the brink of doing something very special last Thursday. The Patriots were meeting William Cullen Bryant H.S. in the second round of the Public School Athletic League playoffs, and with a win, it would be on to the quarter-finals round. But the Patriots (14-6), were stopped by […]

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Tattle Tales By Lenny Traube "THE FINEST NEW MUSICAL TO ARRIVE IN NEW YORK THIS YEAR!" So says nytheatre.com on the Internet. Not the greatest praise of all time from a major source, but enough of an encomium to inspire me to trek down to Christopher Street in the Village to catch "Stars In Your Eyes" at the Cherry Lane […]