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Queens Tribune Honors Health Heroes
Staff Writers

On Tuesday night at the Healthcare Heroes Awards, the Queens Tribune and the PRESS of Southeast Queens shone the light on nine health leaders, all of whom have one thing in common: They have successfully helped to improve and to better shape the healthcare industry, while saving lives. “I welcome you to what we’re [Queens Tribune] trying to do today, which is step out from what we do every day [journalism] and honor some people, both institutions as well as individuals, for things that they’ve done in the healthcare field,” said Michael Nussbaum, publisher of the Queens Tribune.  … Read More

Queens Tribune Holds The 2016 Real Estate Marketplace Awards | Photo Gallery

On Oct. 19, the Queens Tribune honored members of Queens’ real estate community at the Real Estate Marketplace Awards at Terrace on the Park. Interspersed with appearances from elected officials, including New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Borough President Melinda Katz, the Tribune’s publisher, Michael Nussbaum, presented awards to real estate experts who have contributed to Queens’ booming marketplace…. Read More

Queens Tribune Honors Hispanic/Latino Community Leaders
Staff Writer

The honorees (from left to right): Excecutive Director of the Thalia Spanish Theatre Angel Gil, Queens Chamber of Commerce President Mayra DiRico, Attorney and past President of the Queens County Women's Bar Association Lourdes Ventura, NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, President of the Latin American Cultural Center Nayibe Berger, and Queens College President Felix Matos Rodriguez. Photo by Bruce Adler

Photo by Bruce Adler

Last night, in honor of both Hispanic Heritage Month and the number of successful Hispanic leaders who serve and help to shape our community for the better, the Queens Tribune hosted a Champions For Change & Leadership Awards at Queens College, where they celebrated and promoted the values of growth, success, service and endurance...Read more




Bratton Talks Policing During Keynote Address at Black History Month Breakfast
BY LUIS GRONDA | Photo Gallery
Staff Writer

Police Commissioner William Bratton discussed the importance of Black History Month and how it intertwines with police during his keynote address at the PRESS of Southeast Queens awards breakfast Tuesday morning. Bratton’s most telling comment, and the one that got significant media attention earlier this week, was when he noted that the past and the relationship between police and the black community needs to improve. “Many of the best parts of America’s history would have been impossible without police. All the freedoms we enjoy — freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from fear — sit on a foundation of public safety,” Bratton said. …Read More

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