Bayside Times

Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012

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PS46Q cuts ribbon on new playground

PS 46Q, the Alley Pond School, celebrated the opening of a new playground. Comment

Monday, Oct. 1, 2012


Bell Blvd filled with deals during sidewalk sale

Businesses along Bell Boulevard set up tables outside to offer specials and samples during the Bayside Village’s sidewalk sale, and three more events are scheduled this year. Money from the raffle at Supercuts was to be donated to breast cancer research. Comment

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Braunstein sponsors Halloween essay, drawing contest

State Assemblyman Edward Braunstein (D-Bayside) is sponsoring a Halloween essay and drawing contest. Comment

Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012


Broadway Bill remembered

New Yorkers pounding the pavement every day on their way to work have grown accustomed to the city’s homeless population. Sometimes spare change is given, while other times eyes are averted as the commuters dutifully board trains and buses to their jobs. Comments (1)

St. Mary’s Hospital for Children opens patient pavilion New, larger wing with improved rehab facilities and cutting-edge technology designed to aid healing

A new patient pavilion opens this week at St. Mary’s Healthcare System for Children, the renowned Bayside facility that cares for children who require highly specialized medical care, and it looks like a facility out of the future. Comment

Rani Salon reopens on Bell Boulevard

A building on Bell Boulevard once declared unsafe and in danger of collapse has reopened after its owners rectified its structural flaws, the city Department of Buildings said. Comment

Friday, Sept. 28, 2012


Pit bull attack batters Bayside park pedestrian

Ann Infranca said she was never much of a dog person, even despite living with several canine pals throughout her decades in Bayside, but after a close encounter unlike any she had experienced before last week, the 85-year-old has more reason to move away whenever a dog is near. Comments (5)

Cana: Bayside’s Korean answer to home cooking

Who doesn’t love mom’s home cooking? If your mom happens to be Korean, you can refresh your childhood memories at Cana, a cozy Korean eatery occupying a quiet corner in a mostly residential part of Bayside. Comment

Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012


Avella calls on Silver to resign

Going against one of his own, one northeast Queens Democrat called on state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver (D-Manhattan) to step down in the wake of a heated scandal. Comment

Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2012


Bayside’s Glazer commits to Marist soccer

D.J. Glazer has just accomplished what her father strived to do. Comment

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