Forest Hills Ledger

Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011


Support independent redistricting

Across the state this summer, a little-known entity, the Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment, has been conducting public hearings on redistricting reform. Comment.

Ten Years Later

As the city prepares for the 10th anniversary of the attack on the World Trade Center, a thousand pundits will ask the question: How far have we come since that terrible day? Comment.

Keep teachers, not computers

With all the focus on the importance of technology in our schools, there is another important issue that needs to be stressed. That is the fact that our students need to be able to know how to express their thoughts orally and through writing. Comment.

Woman sought by cops in Kew Gdns. burglary

KEW GARDENS — Police have sought the public’s assistance in finding and identifying the woman behind a burglary in Kew Gardens. Comment.

Wanted: Good home for an Outrageous Fortune

I’m at my computer trying to figure out what happened to my email. It may be a mystery — did anyone say climate change? — as to why we’re getting hit with hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and hail the size of baseballs, but email should be simple. So after I call my hosting service and my domain registrar, and Mike the tech guy comes over, I’m back in action with a new theater email address, which I now send out to most of my Outrageous Fortune Company contacts. Comment.

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