Friday, April 22, 2005

Hey, Where’d Everybody Go?

Realtors React to Rezoning With Doom & Gloom

Batter Up! Amity Little League Returns

Take the Five Boro Bike Tour Challenge

Gearing Up For BayFest ‘05

Kings Bay Little League Returns to Baseball Diamond

Love & Death: Cops Arrest Two In Area Slayings

New Traffic Signals Slated

Rabbi Sues City Following Wife’s Loss In Blaze

TV Star Michael Badalucco’s Heart Is In Brooklyn

Former Family Friend Charged With Hate Crime

Queen Mary 2 Now Calls Brooklyn Its Home

B’hurst Town Hall On Rezoning

Knights of Pythias Pitch & Putt Golf Tourney

Thursday, April 21, 2005

Put end to drug war casualties

Queens Library embracing the traditional and high-tech

Bad display by DOE on anti-bullying issue

Public officials need to intervene in fliers issue

Billions spent on drug war better used elsewhere

Criticism of Meng uncalled for

Elected officials need to act on PS 173, MS 216

PS 203 must not be extended

Doug Bay Civic group opposes sale of city land

Quote of the Week

Mystery at CB 2

No thanks, Time Warner

Good school, bad rap

Do the right thing

The incident at PS 34

Bar brawl stabbing kills man

Ridgewood man working on car shot for money, jewelry: Police

Graham crusade to head to Flushing Meadows Pk.

From Cardozo to the NBA

On the Mound: Lewis looking to bounce back from bad weekend

MS 74 enjoys special season

Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League

Met Oval-Brooklyn Knights Boys' Under-14 off to fast startUnder the direction of new coach Anthony Roros, the former Olympic Development Program State coach, the Under-14 team advanced to the third round of the Eastern New York State Youth Soccer Association Cup by beating Stony Brook Soccer Club, 1-0 and East Islip Soccer Club, 6-0. The team will travel to LaGrange in the Hudson Valley Saturday to begin play in the Regional League where they will face Seacoast from New Hampshire.Met Oval-Brooklyn Knights Boys' Under-15 open state slate with winThe U-15s beat upstate Shenent Comment.

Boys Basketball

Bayside Little League: Bell’s Prime Cuts battles Brigandi Barristers

The Athlete of the Week

Player of the year: Vionca Murray, Jr. Francis Lewis

K’Tori transferred to regional offices after hurting back in fall

Muggers rob, stab victim in Ridgewood

Man arrested on drug, weapons charges

Brooklyn man pleads guilty to insurance fraud

2 charged with dealing in stolen cars

Woman killed in Fresh Meadows accident

Man arrested at Shea Stadium for allegedly posing as TV reporter

Two Corona men charged with murder

City Council votes to censure Jennings

While the councilman, who is up for re-election, will keep his seat, he was also ordered to attend sensitivity training by the Council, which voted 42-2 for the package of penalties. It marked the first time the Council had voted on such a matter. Comment.

La Tavernetta: La Tavernetta, where everyone is treated like family

La Tavernetta is the closest thing I know to that mythical Italian restaurant you used to see in movies or on TV, where the owner comes out of the kitchen to shmooze with the diners and listens to their triumphs and troubles. I used to think that I was special by the way I was received at La Tavernetta, but little by little I came to realize that everyone is treated as if they are special there. That is, unless unbeknownst to me, every other diner, on every one of my visits was directly related to the Zampitelli family. At least that's how it seems. Comment.

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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

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