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Event Sparks Much-Needed Discussion On Drug Abuse

On Thursday, January 29th, students from Alpha School at Bright Point Health participated in National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week. The week’s events paired students with scientists and other experts to talk about drug and alcohol use. More...

Stop The Presses – These Students Are Ready To Report!

An amazing group of children from grades 3, 4 and 5 at P.S. 279 located at 1070 East 104th Street are honing their journalism skills and they’re proud to show off one of their first publications. Entitled “The P.S. More...

Basketball Dreams And Boiler Business At Forefront Of CEC Meeting

When two men – both seven feet tall, their heads touching the ceiling – entered the District 18 Community Education Council (CEC) meeting on Monday, everyone wondered what was going on. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Suck It Up Sweetheart – Our City Needs Some Serious Upgrades!

Residents really have a knack for complaining about repairs that need to be completed in our community. More...

Guest Column

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Keeping Your Teeth Stable

Is it really necessary to replace an adult’s missing teeth with a fixed bridge or partial denture? The answer is a definite YES! The reasons are quite simple. More...

The Fear Of Failure

Many people complain of being unable to do things to help themselves or make their lives better. More...

Special Sections

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: How do you feel about the recent stabbings that took place on the subways? How do you plan on staying safe while traveling in the city? More...

Tenants Tell City Reps To Restructure Housing Plans

A copy of this letter was recently sent to local politicians. Dear Council Member Inez Barron, Chair Weisbrod and the City Planning Commission: More...

Bus Route Overhaul Is “Ludicrous”!

Community Board 18 District Manager Dorothy Turano recently wrote a letter to Department of Transportation (NYCDOT) Brooklyn Borough Commissioner Keith Bray. More...

Sports

It Was All A‘bout’ Hooking In A Crowd At PacPlex

On Saturday night, there was some hot fighting in Canarsie – The 89th annual Golden Gloves - which took place at the PACPLEX center, 1500 Paerdegat Avenue. More...

Inspirational Book Recounts Life Of Revered Former Canarsien

In the book titled “When Dreams Never Die,” author Gary Robert Wallace depicts the life of former well-regarded Canarsie resident and local standout baseball player and coach Salvatore Aprea. More...

Week 8 PSAL Local

After a week off from school for regent exams, in which no PSAL activities were scheduled, basketball teams were back in action this week, ferociously vying for playoff positioning as the season nears its conclusion. More...

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