Thursday, April 28, 2005

The success problem

Great joy in Mudville!

No Ordinary All-Star

St. Luke’s/Holy Family girls win swimming title

Dwarf Giraffe Athletic League: ReAction Auto skates past Drillco in DG roller hockey

Chaminade spikes St. Francis Prep

On the Mound with Jonathan Lewis: It’s a beautiful day - Stony Brook pitcher reaches milestone

Queens Half-Marathon set for May 14

Glen Oaks Little League: Greg Tire and Auto wins thriller

DePhilllips Athletic Club: Yankees edge OLBS

Carrem Gay, Sr. Christ the King

Bob Mackey, Christ the King

CHSAA Girls’ Basketball All-Queens teams

Larry Davis Jr. Christ the King

Jimmy Gatto, St. John’s Prep

CHSAA Boys’ Basketball All-Queens teams

The Butler Did It

Bayside Little League: Imperial Paints wins close one

Reardon joins Bayside All-Stars

Athlete of the Week

Jamaica drug ring busted: DA

East Elmhurst woman killed at E train station

Elderly woman fined for attempted fare beat

Teen charged with Ozone Park shooting

Glendale Cemetery vandal arrested

67-year-old hurt in Glendale crash

Naked man subdued by cops Taser gun

Unidentified body found near LIRR tracks

Man stabbed to death in East Elmhurst

How’s Business

Fundraisers

Business Listings West Queens

Ploes: A visit to the Mediterranean in Greek Astoria

Greek Astoria has made room for yet another Greek eatery. Kosta Azlonitis opened Ploes about five months ago, dubbing it an "Estiatorio Mezodopolio." If that is Greek to you, it means a restaurant specializing in "meze," or small plates (not really that small) of assorted Mediterranean specialties equivalent in intent (if not portion size) to Spanish tapas. Ploes claims to be the only meze restaurant in New York with more than 80 different kinds of Meze. Comment.

Bayside High School not a place of excellence

Clean air legislation vital for boro

Still not out of the woods with zoning reforms

Mayor needs support to close porn shops

Bayside High still offers excellent education

Forest Hills residents need Parkway

Council committed to restoring mayor’s proposed budget cuts

Mayor should not have changed position on Cross Harbor

Subway rat

A question of self-defense

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