Thursday, May 26, 2005

Lourdess: Lourdess in Woodside offers nothing special

Lourdess promotes itself on its sign and menu as serving "Exotic Filipino Cuisine." How it is differentiated from the usual Filipino cuisine remains a mystery to me, although, had I checked Lourdess's Website beforehand, I would have realized how truly given to hyperbole this establishment is. Comment

Stop activities till College Pt. Properties issues addressed

In defense of Tarlo and Bayside High

State budget did not deliver despite all promises

Remembering the brave this Memorial Day

Catholic students feel let down by Diocese

Saluting our heroes

How dare they!

Unanswered questions

Towers of obstruction

Retail giants head to Flushing

Corona mother and son killed in hit and run

The child's uncle, Ivan Lata, was also walking with Lata and Alex and witnessed the accident, Newsday reported.Both victims were taken to Elmhurst Hospital where Lata was pronounced dead on arrival and Alex succumbed to his lung and liver injuries at 7:30 a.m. on Tuesday, according to police. Authorities said they are still searching for the driver, who may or may not have run a red light before striking the Ecuadorian victims.The accident happened just blocks from where Lata, her husband and Alex lived on 104th Street. The New York Post reported that the grieving father, Frank Comment

On the Mound with Jonathan Lewis: College career at Stony Brook ends in disappointing fashion

Trinity topples Mary Louis

Glen Oaks Little League: Hunan Cafe Orioles edge Tomakawks, 10-9

Dwarf Giraffe Athletic League: McKee Post wins again

DePhillips Athletic Club: Mets beat Yankees in DAC Subway Series

The Butler Did It: Butler’s Best HS sports schools

Bayside Little League: Chalfont Construction holds on to beat Precision Auto

TimesLedger Athlete of the Week

50 Cent friends hit by gunfire at Jamaica club

25-year-old shot, killed after dispute

Narcotics found in house after fire

Ozone Park man knifed at club

Two men shot, released later from hospital

Gunfire from SUV leads to arrest

Stab suspect arrested in Cambria Heights

Sickle cell patient seeks blood donors

Hudde Students Bring the ‘King & I’ to Local Stage

On the Run For Good Shepherd Sports Program

Spirit of Life Walk-A-Thon Recalls Life of Tommy Meo Jr.

P.S. 255 Celebrates Leaders of the ‘Harlem Renaissance’

Weapons Cache, Bomb Discovered In Tony Mill Island

Brooklyn Kids Go Behind the Scenes At City Hall

Poignant Reflections On the Holocaust

DOT Okays Four New Traffic Lights

Mill Island Civic Community Awards

Graffiti-Busters Roll Up Their Sleeves And Attack Blight

City Council Gives High Marks to Nabe’s ‘Helpdesk’

What City Planning Says About Current Zoning

Honoring Creative Art And Creative Teaching

East 51st Street Warehouse Inferno Injures Two Fighters

Zoning According to City Planning

Police Blotter

Freedom Tower Blues: Delay Only Prolongs the Pain

Hey, What We Really Need Is Public Hanging In Stadiums

Letters To The Editor

Front And Center: Fort Hamilton High School JROTC Cadets


‘If I Were State Senator For a Day....’

Bay Ridge United Church Welcomes New Pastor

Norwegian Pride On Parade Through the Streets of Bay Ridge

A Very Tall Salute For ‘Eagle-Eyed’ Boy Scouts

Coney Island’s Russian Community Marks ‘Victory Day’

Temple Beth Abraham Remember ‘The Six Million’

Making It In the Marketplace: KCC Hosts Business Breakfast

It’s a Kick: FIAO Honors Youth Soccer Participants

Special Memorial Day Mass

Bishop Ford H.S. Cultural Arts Department’s Show-Stopper

Full Steam Ahead For Fleet Week

Cops Hunt For Deadly Hit & Run Driver

Olympian Inspires P.S. 195 Kids

Update On Last Edition...

Celebration of Israeli Independence

Brighton Beach Celebrates Victory Over Nazi Fascism

‘Heroes of Iraqi Freedom’ Debuts At Corbin Place & Oriental Blvd.

Avenue N Jewish Ctr. to Host Visiting Students

Kings Bay Y Reflects On Lives Lost In the Holocaust

Care Packages For U.S. Troops

Teachers Protest Klein At District 21 CEC Meet

DOT Okays Installation of New Traffic Lights

Brooklyn Remembers: New 9/11 Memorial Unveiled

Chabad of Seagate to Host Jewish Community BBQ

Brooklynites Criticize Rampant Overdevelopment

How’s Business? No pension?


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