It’s In Queens! (Feb. 10 to Feb. 16)

The Super Bowl is in California, but super fun is in Queens this week. A musical, a dance-in-the-house performance, blind dates, a romantic hike, and purple comedy will make people forget about the NFL. Feb. 10, Man of La Mancha, Feb. 26. This 1965 musical is inspired by the 17th century novel “Don Quixote” by Miguel de Cervantes. This time, […]

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2022-02-09 E-Edition

Biden, Adams Partner To Tackle City Gun Violence

President Joe Biden last week vowed to support Mayor Eric Adams in the mayor’s battle to stem gun violence in New York City. In his first visit to the city since Adams’ inauguration, Biden praised the mayor’s re­cently released blueprint to end gun vio­lence, called on Congress to provide $300 million in a grant program to hire more NYPD officers […]

Detective Mora Laid To Rest

NYPD Detective Wilbert Mora was given a hero’s sendoff where his family and friends were joined by a sea of blue consisting of a huge turnout of NYPD officers. It was a fittingly grey day for the sad pro­ceedings. The Gazette is equally saddened at the loss of a fine officer and human being, in the midst of protecting our […]

I On Politics

ELECTEDS RECOGNIZE BLACK HISTORY MONTH: New York City Mayor Eric Adams: “This Black History Month we honor those who sacrificed their lives and livelihoods to pave a path for all to walk on. As we reflect on those before us, we must be sure to honor those among us. Black history is American history, and it’s made every day. In […]

Planning A Special Valentine’s Day

Comparing this year to our Valentine’s Days in the recent past gives us a sense of relief. Going out to eat has gotten much easier and more relaxed, which is what we want when we seek to celebrate with a well-earned feast and indulge in pure pleasure. This is something we all need. While there are still precautions to take, […]

Just Add Metro-North Station

Setting aside the logistics of extending Governor Hochul’s recently proposed Interborough Express from Jackson Heights to Astoria and the Bronx (the feasibility of which should be further studied), there is a second means by which communities in Queens and the Bronx can be directly connected by rail – by building a Metro-North station at Sunnyside Yard. According to the MTA’s […]

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Letters To The Editor

Transportation Projects To The Editor: How NYCDOT Commissioner Ydanis Rodriguez Can Deliver Transportation Im­provement Projects and Programs on Be­half of Mayor Adams: NYC Mayor Adams has more to do be­sides appointing former NYC Council Transportation Committee Chairperson Ydanis Rodriguez, to be the next NYC Department of Transportation Commis­sioner. The Mayor gets to appoint four of the fifteen-member MTA Board. It […]