Little Neck Ledger

Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011

Little Neck

Little Neck salon specializes in Indian locks

One of the hottest trends in beauty, sported by celebrities and coveted by the beau monde, is the unparalleled quality of virgin Remy Indian hair extensions, and at Indiqué Hair in Little Neck customers can see first-hand what makes these locks so luxurious. Comment.

Fairway market hits Doug

A steady stream of traffic poured in and out of the new Fairway Sunday, a few days after the market opened to great fanfare in the Douglaston Shopping Plaza. Comments (1).

Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011

Floral Park

Kangaroo, alligator and lemur visit Queens Farm

Mother and daughter Heather and Jessica Iannucci from Two by Two Zoo visited the Queens Farm Museum in Floral Park last Saturday to explain about the dangers of people purchasing wild animals for their homes. The zoo showcased several animals, which were taken in by Two by Two after their owners could not keep them anymore or were found in New York, like an alligator that was discovered in the Hudson River. Comment.

Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011


Alley Pond Environmental Center saved wetlands

For 35 years now, the Alley Pond Environmental Center has been teaching the principles of environmental stewardship to generations of nature lovers and is currently working to ensure it exists as a resource for generations to come. Comment.

Friedrich defends his political role

In a Nov. 10-16 letter to me, Barbara Leonardi asked if my letter to the editor (“E-mail disguised as birthday celebration,” Oct. 20-26), wherein I called for “truth in advertising” by elected officials who send out fund-raising letters masquerading as birthday invitations was “genuine or just another one of your tries at a political position.” In the same paper, Diane Stromfeld characterizes my letter as a “complaint from the perennial candidate, who is a perennial loser.” Comment.

Friday, Nov. 18, 2011


Bellerose Broadway star’s memory honored by charity

The foundation set up by a Bellerose girl who starred as Young Nala in “The Lion King” on Broadway raised $10,000 during a Manhattan fund-raiser last week. Comment.

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Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011


Fairway opens its doors in Douglaston

The Douglaston Plaza shopping center and the surrounding streets were packed Wednesday morning as shoppers from all over the city flocked to be one of the first to walk through the borough’s newest mega market. Comments (3).

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