April 24, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

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Police Surveying Community

Banks After Series Of Robberies

In light of a spate of recent bank robberies not only in the local precinct area but throughout the city, police have been instructed to do surveys of community banks and their security facilities. More...

Youths Take Center Stage At Auditions

A nonprofit group that encourages inner-city youth to sing, dance and rap recently held auditions for its talent show program at Canarsie High School. More...

Canarsie’s Easter Parade

Dozens of Canarsie children took part in a local Easter Parade Monday morning sponsored and hosted by State Senator John Sampson. More...

Arts & Entertainment

"Wholesome"Tale Of Deliquents Has Limited Appeal

AP Movie Writer

Viewing a movie about juvenile miscreants endlessly digging holes in the desert sounds as interesting as watching a film called "Paint Drying." More...

Six-Part Series Looks At Rigid British Social Hierarchy

The scullery maid quits in a huff The first footman and the hallboy are found passed out on the estate grounds, still drunk from an all-night bender. And just when it seems that things couldn More...

Shear Madness This Weekend At Two Zoos

Spring is finally here, and the Prospect Park and Queens zoos have the "buzz" on what More...

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Other News

Board Backs Zoning Plan For New Area School

Community School Board 18 unanimously passed two resolutions at its April 15 meeting. One supported the district More...

Seniors Are Warned To Be Aware

Of Latest "Deception Burglaries"

Police are alerting the public re-garding a "deception burglary pattern" that targets senior citizens in their homes, although others can also be victims. More...

Paerdegat Libray To Close for Four-Month Renovation

Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), Paerdegat Branch, at 850 East 59th street (near Flatlands Avenue), will close on May 2 for approximately four months for improvements to the interior of the building. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

AttitudeTelevision Boycott In Our Culture Is AWaste Of Time

"Television is chewing gum for the eyes." Frank Lloyd Wright. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Need Help From City Government? It

.Getting help from the city shouldn More...

View From the Middle

View From

The MiddlePutting Budget Restrictions On The Human Mind

Under the so-called doomsday spending plan an-nounced by Mayor Bloomberg recently, the Brook-lyn Public Library could see its budget slashed by at least 25% by next year. More...

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