November 8, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Better Safe...

As one police officer from the 69th Precinct looks on, his partner gingerly inspects an abandoned backpack, less than 50 feet opposite the office of the Canarsie Courier on East 92nd Street last week. More...

Voter Turnout...

Joseph Jiminez of East 86th Street prepares to go into the voting booth at P.S. 115 Tuesday as election poll inspector John DePrima of Avenue N stands by. Poll workers said voting was moderate to heavy. Charles Rogers More...

School Official Tells Council Meeting

"Crisis Teams Were At Work Sept. 12" More...

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Local Jamaicans Gather To Give Support To Their Homeland

They came to the Tropical Reflections Club on Glenwood Road with one aim last Saturday night - to give support to the area of their birth, Brown More...

On Veterans Day Remember Those In War On Terrorism

By Dr. David F. Russell More...

CHS Students See "MTV-Like" Show Against Violence & Rage

By Charles Rogers More...

Arts & Entertainment

"Monsters, Inc." Is ‘Smart, Funny And Adorable’

By David Germain More...

"Nature" Special Looks At America’s Wild Horses

America More...

Funk & Blues On Tap With Meters, Taj Mahal At Westbury

The funky Meters are considered by many to be the founding fathers of funk. Taj Mahal is a complex, prolific artist who has thrived and survived. More...

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