March 21, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Arts & Entertainment

Buddy-Cop "Showtime" Is ‘Really Stale’ Spoof

By Christy LeMire More...

Is Human Cannonball As Fast As A Speeding Bullet?

By Sonny Maxon More...

Bearing The Weather

Although the warmest winter on record in the Northeast just ended, the Bronx Zoo is still featuring new and unusual views of animals from around the world. More...

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Other News

Civic Group Sees Film Of "Destruction" By Seaview Compost Station

By Jason Medina More...

Bergen Beach Residents In Uproar Over Proposed Changes

Nearly 300 angry Bergen Beach residents attended last week More...

Kruger Backs Bill Eliminating Parole For Violent Felons

A bill in the Albany legislature that would eliminate the possibility of parole for persistent violent offenders is one of several key pieces of legislation to recently receive strong support from State Senator Carl Kruger. More...

Letters/Opinion

Museums Can Excite And Educate In Learning Years

Museum tours can involve so much more than standing quietly in front of stuffy, ancient paintings. Communities around the country now feature child-friendly museums that offer a wide variety of exhibits and learning experiences. More...

Courier Closed Good Friday

The office of the Canarsie Courier will be closed March 29 in observance of Good Friday. We will reopen at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, April 1. More...

Teen Convicted Of Manslaughter In 2001 Stab Death Of 12-Year-Old

Eduardo Hall, 17, was found guilty of manslaughter Tuesday for stabbing 12-year-old Anthony Haynes to death in front of Canarsie High School a year and a half ago. He faces five to 25 years in prison when he is sentenced April 2. More...

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