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Thursday, June 9, 2005

Lil’ Bistro: Catch a rising star at Lil’ Bistro 33 in Long Island City

Little Bistro 33 is a pocket-sized Long Island City eatery with big ideas. Sampling Chef/Owner Gary Anza's French/Asian fusion cuisine is the dining equivalent of discovering a talented emerging artist. You can sense the creativity and the passion, and know that he is destined for great things. Like buying the work of a great artist who has not yet made his reputation, you can smugly enjoy the intimacy and affordability of Lil' Bistro before word gets out. Comment

Stop this senseless loss of lives

Issues important in Bayside HS matter

Car owners showed little respect for parade

Reflecting on Memorial Day

The affordable housing two-step

The municipal Tower of Babel?

Silver must go


‘Can-do’ attitude defines York College grads

Ozone Park accountant charged with larceny

The 110th Precinct Community Council will award a number of youth scholarships during its monthly meeting scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 15,.

Sixth annual Quantum Feet race to be run in Fresh Meadows

Our Lady of Snows softball wins two

On the Mound: The final countdown: Lewis looking to get drafted

SJU’s Hansen drafted by Red Sox in 1st round

Glen Oaks Little League: Tomahawks scalp Orioles, 5-2

DePhillips Athletic Club: Pitching leads Mets past Yanks

Bayside Red Devils win tourney

Bayside Little League: Body Pro faces Bayside Salumeria

The best in the Biz

Hollis jazz scholar dies at 87, draws music greats to funeral

Unidentified man found unconscious, but alive

Suspect sought in rape at G subway line in LIC

Man charged with DWI after hitting pedestrian

Woman killed in Rockaway crash

Man charged with assault following fight

Floral Park group giving out free medical emergency packets

LIRR to allow for more trains for third leg of Triple Crown

How’s Business? Raising kids



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