Bayside Times

Monday, Oct. 17, 2011

Bayside

Sushi served with twist at Bayside restaurant

For the last seven years, John Fang has been honing his sushi-making skills throughout the country and now he is bringing his talents to Bayside. Comment.

Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011

Bayside

Bayside youth wins national prize

Tired of seeing cars racing along the street in front of her home on Francis Lewis Boulevard, eighth-grader Cheyenne Hua devised a solution to put the brakes on heavy-footed speedsters while leaving nothing but smooth sailing for law-abiding drivers. Comments (1).

Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011

Bayside

New treats arrive at Bell Blvd.

If the thought of frozen yogurt does not immediately conjure up an association with the cool, crisp air and leaves that are beginning to rustle along the sidewalks of Bell Boulevard as we welcome in autumn, the sign in the window of the new Red Mango tempting passersby with the promise of its seasonal pumpkin spice flavor is sure to instantly make one feel warm and cozy inside. Comment.
Letters

Wall St. protesters should get to work

These Wall Street protesters are a waste of time, space and money. They represent exactly what is wrong with America: the entitled masses who believe they are owed something. Comment.

Friday, Oct. 14, 2011

Bayside

Dozo’s Lawrence shows off talents

Jermaine Lawrence has played in front of packed houses, full of college coaches before. Last week was a little different. Comment.

Thursday, Oct. 13, 2011

Bayside

Bayside group aims to bring voice to 99%

Downtown Manhattan can seem as if it is worlds away, in more ways than one, from Bayside. David Yale said that in the nearly 25 years he has lived in the neighborhood, he cannot remember seeing a lot of political demonstrations. Comment.
Bayside

New treats arrive at Bell Blvd.

If the thought of frozen yogurt does not immediately conjure up an association with the cool, crisp air and leaves that are beginning to rustle along the sidewalks of Bell Boulevard as we welcome in autumn, the sign in the window of the new Red Mango tempting passersby with the promise of its seasonal pumpkin spice flavor is sure to instantly make one feel warm and cozy inside. Comment.

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