September 27, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Vikings Fail In Bid To Win For Coach Killed In Disaster

& Bill O

When the South Shore High School varsity football team took the field last Saturday to face the Fort Hamilton Tigers in the second week of the PSAL season, they had more on their minds than earning their first win. More...

Moderate Primary Vote Sees Fidler Take Local Council Seat

Although some voters in last Tuesday More...

SCENES FROM GROUND ZERO

These photographs, and the one on page 2, were taken exclusively for the Canarsie Courier by Michael Maxon, who works for one of the companies that have supplied some of the heavy equipment being used in the search and rescue effort in lower Manhatta More...

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District 18 Supt. Tells Meeting

New Teachers Are More...

Ten Ways To Help Children Deal With Tragedy

How do you help children deal with the recent terrorist attack? More...

AN OPEN LETTER FROM STATE SENATOR JOHN L. SAMPSON Dear Neighbor/Friend:

On Tuesday, September 11, 2001 our faith as a nation was tested. We have all been affected through a sense of loss and sadness but we are determined to hold together as a community in the face of this tragedy. More...

Arts & Entertainment

"The Glass House" Is ‘Sleek, Stylish Hitchcock Ripoff’

By Christy Lemire More...

PBS To Debut Conclusion Of Acclaimed "New York" Documentary

When NEW YORK.- A DOCUMENTARY FILM premiered on PBStwo years ago, the five-part, 10-hour series was hailed for its extraordinary narrative power, and its unprecedented breadth and scope in detailing New York City More...

Fact-Based Cable Film Examines Jewish Neo-Nazi

On Sunday, at 8:00 P.M. (ET/PT), SHOWTIME will present "The Believer," the provocative and thought provoking story of a young man living the impossible contradiction as a Jew and a neo-Nazi at once. More...

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