Bayside Times

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012

Bayside

Fresher look comes to bar in Bayside

One bar on Bayside’s Bell Boulevard stands out from among the others. Comments (1).

Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012

Bayside

Bayside restaurant sets the table for young culinarians

On Saturdays, chef Grace Lupo offers classes at her Bayside restaurant where she teaches her adult students how to prepare authentic Italian cuisine, but once a month the kitchen at L’Italiano Trattoria fills with a younger crowd, and the recipes become a bit more basic. Comment.
Bayside

‘Oliver!’ by the Bay

In celebration of the 200th birthday of English author Charles Dickens, the Bayside-based community theater group Theatre by the Bay will be performing its own rendition of Dickens’s classic “Oliver!” at the Bay Terrace Jewish Center in Bayside. Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2012

Bayside

Bayside, Martin triumph in PSAL playoff round

Shiclasia Brown had a badly sprained ankle, but there wasn’t anything that was going to keep her off the basketball court with her August Martin’s season on the line. Comment.

Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012

Oakland Gardens

Walcott says city listens to parents

At a town hall meeting in Oakland Gardens last week, city Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott discussed topics such as parent involvement and overcrowding with a packed auditorium at MS 74. Community Education Council 26 President Jeanette Segal reminded those who had come to meet the city’s top education official of Feb. 15, that the week of Feb. 13-17 had been designated Respect for All Week and asked that “we all fully engage this initiative tonight.” “I know lately it’s been a back-and-forth confrontation,” Walcott said, acknowledging the recent public ire over Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s education policies. Comment.

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