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NY1 Anchorwoman Empowers Public School Students

The P.S. 268 auditorium was all abuzz Tuesday morning as hundreds of children sat excitedly waiting for a special assembly in honor of Women’s History Month. More...

It’s A Long Road To Recovery For Mill Basin Family

As Hurricane Sandy approached Jamaica Bay in 2012, the Cardone family of Mill Basin boarded up their house along the National Drive waterfront and prepared for the worst. More...

Afternoon Stabbing Outside Canarsie High School

Rockaway Parkway was mobbed with teens after a stabbing allegedly took place near Canarsie High School just after 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 19th. More...

Guest Column

Nocturnal Grinding

It is usually estimated that one in 20 adults and three in 20 children unconsciously grind their teeth at night. It is the sound of bruxism. While the noise may disturb spouses or children, it has a far more distressing effect on the sleeper. More...

Are You Considering Psychotherapy?

Usually people consider psychotherapy as a vehicle for relieving the distress of emotional upset and illness. More...

Special Sections

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Mayor Bill de Blasio refused to march in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade due to the fact that gay groups/organizations (except NBC personnel) were excluded from the parade. Do you agree with his actions? Why or why not?

“I go along with the Mayor. Let the LGBT community march in the parade. Have a heart. Don’t restrict someone from the parade just because they are gay.” Rich B. Johnson, Canarsie More...

Sports

Competition Heats Up At Middle School March Madness

The best of the best competed in the Middle School Brooklyn March Madness tournament on Saturday, and the players did not disappoint.The series, held at Roy H. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

A Wake Up Call For The Late And Not-So-Great (?) Mayor de Blasio

Okay – I know if someone’s labeled as “late and great,” you’re referring to a person who’s passed on – someone who’s possibly leaving behind a legacy, of sorts, for their amazing character and feats. More...

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