Bayside Times

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011


Bayside comic shop a place for kids to ‘battle’

Every year children salivate over new iterations of video or computer games, but for two decades a small shop in Bayside has been providing youngsters with low-tech entertainment that a clerk hopes will not become obsolete any time soon. Comment.

Monday, Dec. 12, 2011


Dolan fought for welfare of Queens

The sudden and tragic death of Queens Civic Congress President Patricia Dolan has left the civic community shocked and grief-stricken. Comment.

Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011


Martial arts experts grow mustaches to KO cancer

A mustache has always signified something about the man wearing it, whether it be machismo, an ironic appreciation of 1970s styling or — ever since the ’stache-twirling villains of vaudeville — one’s nefarious character. Comment.

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Cops on the lookout for missing elderly man, 80

BAYSIDE — Police have asked the public’s help in finding a missing senior citizen. Comment.

Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011


Bayside’s Glazer tops Qns. girls soccer players

Queens was back in a big way this year. Staten Island has been known for its dominance of the girls’ soccer world, but Queens is closing in fast. Comment.

Friday, Dec. 9, 2011


Bayside holiday decorations dazzle

Dozens of visitors flock to see the holiday decorations set up at a home at 32nd Avenue and 213th Street in Bayside. The home’s owner creates the annual display to raise money through donations for St. Mary’s Healthcare System in Bayside. Comment.

Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011


No blizzard snafus this year: City

The city manager responsible for keeping northeastern Queens’ streets clear during snowstorms reassured Community Board 11 Monday that this winter he and his team will not allow residents to be stranded during a major snowstorm. Comment.

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