Thursday, June 1, 2000

Dining Out: 24-hour dining adventure on Northern Blvd.

NATURAL TOFU AND NOODLES Comment.

Glen Oaks rescue corps to build new headquarters

The gutted frame house, which was built in 1948 and served as the home to the Glen Oaks Volunteer Ambulance Corps since 1982, was torn down Friday to make space for the corps to build its new home. Comment.

Brinckerhoff Cemetery benefit dance canceled

A benefit dance scheduled to raise money for the Brinckerhoff Cemetery in Fresh Meadows has been postponed indefinitely for lack of interest. Comment.

Community Calendar Listings

The Flushing YMCA is now accepting applications for its free YouthBuild Program for young adults 17-21 who did not complete high school and are interested in learning a trade. 718-961-6880. Comment.

Rudy joins Queens polsfor Whitestone parade

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was met with sustained applause as he waved and smiled to the crowd during the Whitestone Memorial Day Parade Monday afternoon. Comment.

Arts & Entertainment Listings

An Art Show presented by Bell Park Gardens Community Council, 67-02 Springfield Blvd., Bayside will be held on June 10 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. along the school fence of P.S. 46Q. Comment.

Black Spectrum Theatre to launch mobile stage

The Black Spectrum Theatre in Jamaica celebrates its 30th anniversary by launching a new mobile theatre with a gala concert on Saturday evening, June 17. Comment.

College Point honors U.S. veterans in parade

About 3,000 residents of College Point and the surrounding communities turned out Sunday morning to honor local veterans who marched in the Memorial Day Parade. Comment.

Cantors, pianist, comedian join forces at Hillcrest JC

Three cantors, one pianist, and one comedian will get together in an unusual combination to present a Celebration 2000 Concert marking the 60th anniversary of the Hillcrest Jewish Center on Sunday evening, June 11. Comment.

Entertainment, money not 

PS 173 facing uphill battle against crowding By 2002 projections say many District 26 schools will operate above 100 percent capacity

On the outside, PS 173 in Fresh Meadows looks like a typical District 26 school: large with neatly trimmed lawns tucked away in a relatively quiet corner of the city that could easily be mistaken for suburbia. Comment.

Dancing toward excellence

Rudy joins Queens polsfor Whitestone

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani was met with sustained applause as he waved and smiled to the crowd during the Whitestone Memorial Day Parade Monday afternoon. Comment.

Wounded Wendy

Patrick Castro, 23, had been shot through the face and was bound and gagged with his head covered by a plastic bag, police said. Comment.

Terriers ends Knights

Powered by the pitching of Brian Morgan and the offense of Sylvester Gutierrez and Nick Theoharis, the St. Francis Prep Terriers advanced to the Catholic High School Athletic Association citywide playoffs Monday with an 11-0 win over crosstown rivals the Holy Cross Knights. Comment.

Malik Sealy remembered

Bosco’s Corner: Memories of another tragic loss

This is not really a sports column, but I believe that its message is important, so please, indulge me a few minutes of your time. Comment.

College Point honors vets in Memorial Day parade

About 3,000 residents of College Point and the surrounding communities turned out Sunday morning to honor local veterans who marched in the Memorial Day Parade. Comment.

Sealy

The Civic Scene: City should stop disrespecting cemeteries

At the recent rededication of the Fresh Meadows Library, Yoland Gallagher, the wife of Jim Gallagher who is president of the Fresh Meadows Homeowners Civic Association and of the 107th Precinct Community Council, started talking to me about her current interest in saving and rehabilitating the colonial Brinckerhoff/Adriance cemetery, also known as the Black Stump Cemetery of Flushing which dates back to 1730. Comment.

To The Point: College Point ready for summer activities

Welcome to the Point. The Point being College Point. Comment.

Neighbor to Neighbor: If only everyone interacted like this

That terrific basketball game between Law Explorers and police officers from Patrol Borough Queens South, and those from the North (reported in a previous column), has popped into my mind often, for various reasons. Comment.

Berger’s Burg: College expenses? Don’t worry, no problem

For many high school seniors, the time for filling out college applications is over. Comment.

Glen Oaks Ambulance Corps to get new home

The gutted frame house, which was built in 1948 and served as the home to the Glen Oaks Volunteer Ambulance Corps since 1982, was torn down Friday to make space for the corps to build its new home. Comment.

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Bayside station project to be completed in June

With some last-minute landscaping still on tap, the renovation of the Bayside railroad station was set for completion sometime in June, a spokesman for the Long Island Rail Road said last week. Comment.

Editorial: Jenkins

The curtain has come down on the planned multiplex cinema in Springfield Gardens. For the foreseeable future there will be no movie theater in southeast Queens. In essence, Regal Cinemas has decided that building the theater is not worth the hassle of dealing with former Assemblywoman Cynthia Jenkins and her band of obstructionists. Comment.

PS 173 facing uphill battle against crowding

Fourth in a series Comment.

Wendy

Two charged in Wendy

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