January 7, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Community Calendar

Calendar of Events

Community Meetings

Jan. 8, 7:30 p.m., sharp, United Forties Civic Assn.; St. Teresa More...

Flamenco Vivo Starts Off The New Year Right

As part of Queensborough College More...

Restaurant of the Week


Of The Week
Brick Cafe Offers Fine Dining In A Rustic Setting

Brick Café is an absolutely charming restaurant that offers European fare in a cozy, rustic setting at reasonable prices. You More...


Senior Spotlight

Report Bush 2005 Budget Eyes Possible Veterans

A report out of Washington over the weekend cited the Bush Administration officials as saying they have drawn up a draft budget for Fiscal Year 2005, beginning Oct. More...

NYC Docs Make House Calls On Seniors

Run by the Wright Medical Center on Aging at New York More...


Gianaris Wants Probe Of Fire That Took 3 Lives In Astoria

Assemblymember Michael Gianaris wants an investigation of the attic fire in his Astoria district last December 14 in an apartment that was allegedly an illegal living space. The blaze took three lives. More...


In a long-awaited decision on the role of parents giving the mayor total control over the New York City school system, the federal Justice Department last week granted preliminary approval to a plan to replace the city More...

Leonard D’Amico, Astoria

Resident For 60 Years, Dies At 80

Leonard D More...

Political Page

Ion politics

Maltese Wants Pres. Bush To Campaign In Queens During Convention

State Senator Serphin Maltese, who doubles as Queens More...

Civic Assn. Members, Weiner Meet

West Cunningham Park Civic Association members discussed the issue of community facilities inundating their neighborhood at the Queens Civic Congress annual legislative reception, held at the Douglaston Club. More...

On the brief side...

Departing from tradition, Mayor Michael Bloomberg will deliver his annual State of the City address at Silvercup Studios in Long Island City tomorrow at 1 p.m. More...



Hail School Discipline Policy Reform

A plan to remove disruptive students from city schools was announced Monday by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Schools Chancellor Joel Klein and Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly. More...


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Star Journal

Surprise Street Railway Sale Starts January 1895

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

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