Bayside Times

Tuesday, June 26, 2012


Bayside market owners to open restaurant

There’s a new flavor of service coming to Bayside to better reflect its bustling business district’s benefactors. Comment

Monday, June 25, 2012


Bayside’s little chefs learn the secrets of Italian cuisine

Last week marked a different kind of graduation day for some fifth- and sixth-grade students from St. Robert Bellarmine Elementary School. Instead of walking away with diplomas, they went home with plaques, full stomachs and a year’s worth of cooking experience. Comment

Patrizia’s Italian eatery replaces Valentino’s on Green in Bayside

A Bayside restaurant known for its classy approach to dining has changed hands and its name in exchange for a more affordable alternative. Comments (4)

Sunday, June 24, 2012


Close contest crowns Cardinals baseball champions

They are the champions. Comment

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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Oakland Gardens

City citation spells success

For the rest of his life, Bayside Hills seventh-grader Arvind Mahankali said he would never forget the word “schwannoma” and neither would City Councilman Dan Halloran (R-Whitestone). Comment

Bayside volleyball sensation Grubler beats out sibling

Ashley Grubler is the best Grubler now. Comment

Families flock to Fort Totten for Fun Day

The Friends of Fort Totten Parks’ hosted Family Fun Day last Saturday. Comment
Our History

Steamboats once served Queens, L.I.

In the early days of steam navigation, there was no interest from the locality of the North Shore of Long Island to navigate the waters of New York. The one exception was for sailing vessels. Comment

Do not ban drinks but restore program funds

I am writing to you regarding your proposed anti-obesity initiative, which would ban the sale of large sugary drinks at restaurants, movie theaters and food carts. Comment

Friday, June 22, 2012

Oakland Gardens

Bayside salutes Alley Pond Pk’s new playground

For 2-year-old Louis Finkel, it was a long nine months. But now that his treasured playground in Alley Pond Park has reopened, he could not help but smile. Comment

Thursday, June 21, 2012


Mittman eyes health care

If elected to the new Queens congressional district centered around Flushing, Bayside allergist Dr. Robert Mittman wants to fight to change the health care system he said is in dire need of help. Comment

QCC receives Padavan’s papers

Anyone walking into the library at Queensborough Community College Monday was met immediately with a piece of history. Comment

Beloved coach celebrated

Steve Piorkowski always envisioned putting together some kind of Bayside reunion among the players he coached this time of year. An alumni game or a barbecue, he said. He never envisioned it would take place in the Pepsi Porch at Citi Field, a few months after he fought off cancer. Comment

Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Poll: NYers largely oppose soda ban

Although several Queens political leaders publicly opposed Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s intentions to ban large sugary drinks in the city, a Quinnipiac University poll showed mixed results for the potential beverage bust. Comment

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