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2104 College Point Boulevard
College Point, New York 11356
(718) 359-0276
1339 College Point Boulevard
College Point, New York 11356
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College Point, New York Obituaries and News
Lindquist Leaves Behind Parkinson’s Interactome as Her Parting Gift February 11, 2017

Lindquist succumbed to cancer at age 67 (see New York Times obituary). “This body of work meant a good ... On the flip side, the networks also point out that patients with different clinical presentations may share common mechanisms of disease, such ... (

The Eastgate School of “Serious” Hypertext February 10, 2017

The co-creator of Storyspace and the author of afternoon was Michael Joyce, a professor of language and literature at Jackson Community College in Jackson ... So, we return now to that zeitgeist-capturing New York Times piece of 1992, written by Robert ... (

Beyond the “Zero Book” February 10, 2017

During college at the University of California at Santa Cruz ... After completing her MFA at Columbia, Antopol stayed in New York for two years and worked at several jobs. Then living with her now-husband, the nonfiction writer Chanan Tigay—author ... (

Former SGV Tribune columnist, artist Loretta Schertz Keller of Altadena dies at 88 February 09, 2017

I learned about how to sculpt an opinion piece into a more reader-friendly column without losing the writer’s point of view ... She had a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Hunter College in New York City, earned a master’s degree from Cal State ... (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)

Richard Hatch, star in ‘Battlestar Gallactica’ February 09, 2017

NEW YORK — Richard Hatch, a veteran actor known for his portrayal ... He said he was going “nowhere” in college and enrolled in an oral interpretation class when a required English course was booked. “It turned out to be my worst nightmare because ... (The Boston Globe)