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Sept. 13, 8 p.m., Msgr. McClancy Memorial High School Office of Advancement Memorial Concert for alumni, $25 proceeds will benefit the Msgr. More...

Restaurant of the Week


Of The WeekOriginal Ben

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Rebuilt WTC Is Best 9/11 Memorial

A week shy of the day employees fled the burning World Trade Center two years ago, Thacher Proffitt & Wood, a law firm which for more than a century and a half has called Lower Manhattan home, is moving into 2 World Financial Center, across the s More...


Plan For Peace

This is my road map for peace. More...

Roving Photographer

"How will you observe the

second anniversary of September 11?" More...

Star Journal

Beatles Invade Queens In August 1964

Get into a conversation with a long-time Queens resident and you More...

Primary Elections Held In NYC

Photo Anthony Lombardo

An election booth at P.S. 127, East Elmhurst, stands ready and waiting for voters to choose candidates in yesterday More...

Political Page

Ion politics


Another investigation by the City Council Committee on Oversight and Investigations, headed by Councilmember Eric Gioia, could lead to legislation mandating that high school graduates receive a voter registration form with their diplomas. More...

McLaughlin Applauds Computer Distribution

Assemblyman Brian McLaughlin , second left, is pictured with staff and computer recipient. McLaughlin visited St. John More...


Senior Spotlight

Officials Rally For New Flushing Senior Center

Asserting that six existing senior centers in Flushing "are bulging at the seams, barely able to accommodate all the seniors" in the area, City Councilmember John Liu and other public officials and community leaders rallied last week for a More...


Queens Center Mall Celebrates 30th With $225 M Expansion

Having opened on September 12, 1973, the Queens Center Mall is celebrating its 30th year this week halfway through a two-year $225 million face lift. More...

Charge Bush Betrays

NYC On Beetle Funding

Although more trees have been infested by the Asian Longhorned Beetle in Queens and Brooklyn than anywhere else in the United States, the administration of President George W. More...

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