Week in Review

Catch up on stories that took place in your community this week.

It’s time once again to review the top news items from the past week.

It was a quiet week for news, but next week promises to be a busy one as the nation’s largest Memorial Day parade marches through Douglaston and Little Neck.

Take a look at several recipes Patch provided, courtesy of ’s chef, for Memorial Day BBQ options.

And find out more about ’s upcoming World Environment Day celebration.

Here’s your Week in Review:


Take a look at this recipe for and view photos from the for its annual Open Show.

Reviews in included “The Dictator,” “Battleship,” “Beyond the Black Rainbow” and “Polisse.”


Councilman Mark Weprin, D-Oakland Gardens, called for , while Alley Pond Environmental Center talked to Patch about activities planned for .


This week’s Douglaston’s Own pick was Dixieland jazz musician . And check out this recipe for .


Be sure to read through our list of Memorial Day and Fleet Week events taking place in the borough.


And check out our preview of the Douglaston Little Neck Memorial Day Parade, which is the largest in the nation.


This week’s Parent Talk topic is what parents should do to ensure that their children do not forget all they learned during the school year in the summer months.

richard May 27, 2012 at 06:52 PM
If you want your children to retain what they learn keep their minds stimulated over the summer. It wouldnt hurt to reinforce some of what they learned during the year over the Sumner neither. http://jokeofthedayblog.blogspot.com


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