November 29, 2001 RSS feed / Front Page

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Annual Canarsie Holiday Exhibit To Be Dedicated To WTC Victims

A long tradition in Canarsie will be upheld once again this year as the beautiful Victorian house at the corner of East 93rd Street and Flatlands Avenue is turned into "North Pole South" for the holiday season. More...

No Holiday Lights On "The L"; Funds Going To WTC Victims

By Charles Rogers More...

Chiefs Fail To Tame Lions In PSAL Semifinal Loss

The Canarsie Chiefs faced a talented and undefeated Lehman Lions team last Saturday in their quest to reach this week More...

Arts & Entertainment

"Spy Game" Is ‘Non-Stop, High-Octane Thriller"

By Sheila Norman-Culp More...

PBS Special Takes Viewers On Walk Through Central Park

The 843 acres that comprise Central Park have long been a peaceful oasis amid the whirlwind urban life. Friends gather for frisbee or croquet on sunny afternoons. Master storytellers mesmerize children and grown-ups alike. More...

C’est La Vie by Don Flood

© 2001 King Features Synd., Inc, More...

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Slain Teen’s Mother To Be At Youth Center "Hug-In" Friday

Police Officers James Johnson and James Davis, youth officers for the 69th Precinct, who handle the youth center at P.S. More...

Body Found Near Pier Was A Suicide: Cops

Police have released the name of a woman whose body was found last Sunday on the beach just east of Canarsie Pier, an apparent suicide. More...

A Young Boy Visciously Taken From A Strong, Loving Mother

Exclusive to Canarsie Courier

I walked into a very small apartment on East 103rd Street on Monday unsure of how I would approach the situation. But the moment I faced Barbara Isaac, I knew I was face to face with a strong woman. More...

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