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Honor Our Service Members Memorial Day is fast approaching, and the first thought for many is that this is the unofficial start to summer. Indeed, many celebrations and sales are planned, but may we submit that just as official gatherings are often opened with a moment of silence
The Queens Gazette | May 24, 2017 4:52 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Youngsters Compete In 37th Annual ACA Bike Race [img_assist|nid=155720|title=|desc=Young bicyclists race for the finish line.read more
The Queens Gazette | May 24, 2017 4:52 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
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MoMA PS1s Landmark 20th Season Of Warm Up Begins July 1 MoMA PS1’s pioneering outdoor music series Warm Up celebrates its 20th season in 2017, with 10 Saturdays presenting the best in live and electronic music—both local and global—across a range of genres. Warm Up begins on Saturday, July 1
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Ditmars Crossing Guardian Angel Celebrates 35 Years! BY JILL PARSHLEY-CARDILLO Many of you know her as Cathy the crossing guard, a familiar smiling face helping children, families, neighbors with disabilities and seniors alike, cross the street at the corner of Ditmars Blvd. and 31st Street, in Astoria, for
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Peralta Presents State Allocation to Catholic Charities In order to prepare New Yorkers for the job market, state Senator Jose Peralta secured a $50,000 state allocation to Catholic Charities this year. Senator Peralta pointed out the vital work the organization does to offer training and courses to young adul
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I On Politics SPECIAL COUNSEL NAMED TO OVERSEE RUSSIA/TRUMP ANGLE: With not many signs that President Donald Trumps first administration has gotten off the ground as May nears an end, Deputy Attorney General Rod J.read more
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Jackson Heights Community Sues MTA For Lead Hazard New York City Councilman Daniel Dromm gathered on Roosevelt Avenue with Jackson Heights business owners, residents, environmental attorneys and other elected officials to announce a class action lawsuit against the MTA for harming public health with a lea
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Cultural Investment [img_assist|nid=155705|title=|desc=City Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer, over 70 artists, members of cultural organizations from across New York City, and supporters of the arts held a rally in front of City Hall calling for a $40 million increas
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Mets Go Back To Losing Ways Against Angels At CitField By Joyce Vetere Milowski and Dan Miller [img_assist|nid=155702|title=|desc=Family photo of Collado and Rodriguez family from Flushing at Mets game on Sunday vs the LA Angels.read more
The Queens Gazette | May 24, 2017 3:28 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend
Off The Beaten Track: Russian Bells Of Moscow Kremlin & Novgorod By Catherine Tsounis Only in Russia did I see an intense love for Bells. They are special to Russians. Bells play an important part in their Orthodox service. They invite people to church, for birth and funerals. They are an important part of the Russians
The Queens Gazette | May 23, 2017 8:45 PM [GMT] | comment? | recommend

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