It’s In Queens! (March 5 to March 11)

After a difficult February, Queens bring the fun in March with drive-in movies, Women’s History Month celebrations, dance, theater, and some exciting signs of Spring.   March 5, Victor Provost and Alex Brown Quartet, 6 pm. Flushing Town Hall and the St. John School of the Arts zoom steel pan legend Provost and pianist Brown as they co-lead a quartet […]

2021-03-03 E-Edition

Tickets On Sale Now!

New York-area movie lovers are rejoicing! The Queens Drive-In is officially back for the spring season, running from March-June 2021 on the grounds of FMCP (Flushing Meadows Corona Park). The Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI), Rooftop Films, and the New York Hall of Science (NYSCI) just announced the return of the Queens Drive- In at New York City’s iconic […]

I On Politics

SPECIAL ELECTION: CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 31: A special election was held on Tuesday, February 23 for the District 31 City Council seat formerly held by Queens Borough President Donovan Richards. The top contenders are Selvena Brooks-Powers, with 38 percent of the vote, as of election night; and Pesach Osina is close behind with approximately 35 percent of the vote, according […]

How To Choose A Quality Nursing Home During A Pandemic

Dear Savvy Senior, Can you give me some tips on how to pick a good nursing home in the COVID era? My mother had a stroke a while back and can’t use her legs any longer. I’ve been taking care of her at home, but her health has declined to the point that I absolutely can’t do it any longer. […]

OANA’s March Virtual Meeting

OANA’s March Virtual Meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 10, 6:30 pm. Guest Mark A. Willis Senior Policy Fellow: NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy will discuss YIMBY vs NIMBY: How Do Supply Restrictions Affect Housing Prices and Rents? A discussion on Affordable Housing. The Furman Center of New York University is world-renowned for advancing research […]

Our Banking & Finance Issue

Welcome to the Queens Gazette’s Banking and Finance Issue. We believe banks are important to communities. One can even go so far as to say they make everything else in society possible. By helping people save, and get loans for businesses, education, renovations, weddings, car loans, mortgages, investing, retirement, and more, they keep neighborhoods strong and growing. And banks are […]

Our Community’s Compassion Makes Us Proud

We are glad to see many New Yorkers pitching in to help our neighbors in Texas. We in New York know what it is like to be struggling, and we know how heart-warming it has been to receive help from our neighbors in all 50 states, as well as around the world – from people who CARED. Our generation now […]

Women’s History Month Is Needed

Women’s History Month is celebrated every March and we look forward to all the enlightening and entertaining events that will be taking place. This is a time set aside each year to highlight women’s history, achievements, and futures. Women have contributed so much to society, culture, science, education, medicine, government, and are poised to continue making ever-greater achievements. We set […]

Letters to the Editor

Catherine Nolan Recovering To The Editor: As we continue to face the dangers of coronavirus/COVID-19, I urge my constituents to continue to keep positive. I want to announce that I am home recovering from surgery and will be following it with chemotherapy. Owing to some unavoidable delays because of COVID’S impact on our healthcare system, my path to recovery will […]