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On the grill: sets itself apart from other middle eastern fare

The sandwiches alone are enough to set Forest Hills' On the Grill apart from other Middle Eastern eateries. Chef Zurial Kalaf's 40 years of falafel making play a large part in this, as does his masterful shwarma. But there's something much more elemental underlying the greatness of these sandwiches. The toothsome house-made pita possesses such structural integrity that a pound of ingredients can be stuffed inside without the entire pocket rupturing. Comment.

Thanking the community

English should be only language for official work

Why is an honest entrepreneur being harassed?

Focus on Bayside HS issues

Expressing gratitude to Rotarians

Protect school children from recruiters

Bayside’s Catch 22

A good rap

An ‘embarrassing’ vote

It’s about time

Vasquez wins Quantum Feet

On the Mound: Queens native Lewis going to the show, drafted by Fla.

Minaya returns to Newtown

Glen Oaks Little League: Angels advance to title tilt

DePhillips Athletic Club: DAC Cards win five games in six days

Brooklyn Knights kick into Super Y-League season

Bayside Little League: Chalfont Construction beats Liatto Brothers

A hoops tourney for the ages

DNA helps convict Woodside man in 1994 rape of woman in Manhattan

Retired NYPD detective sentenced in accidental shooting of Astoria clerk

Ex-con convicted of killing Jamaica teen in January 2004 crime spree

Teens arrested in connection with robbery of another teen

Four Queens residents stuck in MTA subway elevator

St. Albans boy, 12, struck after darting into traffic

Bayside robbery victim arrested after guns found in his residence

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