Thursday, April 14, 2005

Early mud

Praise the Lord And pass the needles

L.I. man survives Belt Parkway accident in Howard Beach

Queens Grand Prix kicks off

Queen of Peace wins opener

Our Lady of Snows takes two

On the Mound: Stormy weather doesn’t damper Lewis’ spirit

Newtown to host baseball reunion

Daniel is queen of the ring

Meet the Mets, meet the Mets, head to the park and greet the Mets.

Pilling wins on Opening Day

The Athlete of the Week

LGA projects to take off, thanks to federal funds

Flushing woman pleads guilty in shaken baby syndrome case

Springfield High School safety officer arrested

L.I. man dies after Belt Parkway accident

Man robs Bayside’s North Fork Bank

Police seek help in finding missing man

Three hurt after fight outside high school

Elderly man killed after being hit by car

Police arrest Hollis teen sought in two murders

How’s Business? Lender greed

‘Rescue Me’ films episode in Bayside

Heart attack causes wreck on LIE: Cops

Test story 2 in Entertainment

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Arts and Entertainment Calendar

Musical - "The Pajama Game" April 15 - 17 at Goldstein Theatre, Queens College, (718) 997-3800. Comment.

Northeast Queens Community Calendar

Partner Abuse Trauma Group - Tuesdays from 7:20 - 8:50 p.m. At Pride of Judea Community Services, 243-02 Northern Blvd., (718) 423-6200. Comment.

Trio to perform at Queens library April 16

The Forest Hills Chamber players are comprised of Tanya Dusevic Witek (flutist), Krystof Witek (violinist), and Katherine Cherbas (cellist). Krystof and Tanya Witek are married. They are all residents of Forest Hills. The members of the Forest Hills Chamber Players completed their musical education at the prestigious Juilliard School, and they have been playing together since they were students. Comment.

Flushing Town Hall hosts 24-hour jazz and poetry marathon

"Jazz and poetry are artistically and philosophically joined at the hip," said Harvey Seifter, executive and artistic director of FCCA. "Poetry is about rhythm- the rhythm of language. It's about the capacity of words used freely, that break all the traditional rules, just like jazz broke all the traditional rules of its time." Comment.

Berkeley author defends affirmative action in book

The author of "The Case for Affirmative Action in University Admissions" and the former director of undergraduate admissions at the University of California in Berkeley, quickly answered his own question with a simple "yes." Comment.

Giordano’s has the right frame of mind

Larry Santapaola, owner of Giordano's Art Gallery in Bayside, is an expert regarding both popular painters and framing. Comment.

R2A will not be all it is made out to be

Decision against Bayside school bad in long run

A Met All the Way

Parents upset over Parsons JHS fate

Editorial on zoning misinformed

Perverts get a pass

Fundraisers

Business Calendar

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Test story 1 on Crime/Police/Courts

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Test story 1 on Consumer Corner

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Test story 1 on Brooklyn Politics

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Tuesday, April 12, 2005

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Monday, April 11, 2005

GOP Shocker: Former Beep Aide Won’t Challenge Gentile

Two Snaps Up, KCC Brings Back Beatnik Poetry

Subway Pay Phones Fail to Connect With Riders

Flood-Weary Coney Hopes For Solution to Water Woes

One Thing Unites Arabs, Jews & Christians...Brooklyn!

LEGAL NOTICE

Boogie Down Benefit For Our Lady of Grace

ARC Hails Booster’s 22 Years of Support

Mayor Vulnerable to ‘Pay to Pray’ Attacks

Kings Bay Football Gladiators In the Winner’s Circle

Brooklyn Son Bowls Over American Idol Judges

Cops Uncover Cache of Guns On Ave. Y

Sex Molest Rap For KCC Prof.

New Girls Softball League At the Plate

Brooklyn Boy Hunts For Next Crop of NBA Stars

Gifted Program

Irish Parade

Bare Naked Ladies Bow to Prim And Proper Complaints

Bklyn Scholars Translate Talmud For U.S. Library of Congress

Experts Say Waterfront Greenspot Will Break Even

Controversy Over Brooklyn Bridge Park Budget

In the Line of Duty: Special Salute to Hero Cops

Danger! Homeowners Say Condo Boom Threatens Their Safety

Community Salute to Outstanding Women

Marv Becomes New Nets Voice

Another Sad Shut Out For Hodges

Judge Upholds Coercion Charges Against Norman

Borough Reacts to Speaker’s State of the City Address

Rail-Splitters One Win Away From City Title

Do Your Neighbors Say, ‘I Do’ to Gay Marriage?

Grady High School Football: A Team Without a Gridiron

Vandals Deface S’head Bay Mural

Moldova, Belarus to Be Inscribed On Holocaust Monument

Search For Missing S.I. Extends to Brighton Beach

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