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Remembering ABrother—and AHero 9/11 Firefighter Memorialized At Mill Basin Triangle

Since September 11, 2001 there have been scores of funerals and ceremonies remembering the victims and the heroes of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. More...

Local Bus Service Gets Low Marks From Watchdog Unit

Buses that traverse Canarsie and surrounding areas received low marks this week in an analysis released by the New York Public Interest Group Straphangers Campaign that compared the weekday service provided in relation to ridership gains. More...

Street Cleaning Rules To Be Suspended For Sign Changes

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Arts & Entertainment

Three Acting Generations Amounts To "Boredom In Triplicate"

AP Movie Writer

"It Runs in the Family" sounds like an intriguing opportunity to catch three generations of the Douglas clan on screen. More...

Online Music Can Now Be Downloaded-Legally And Reasonably

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Exhibit Of Ancient Iraqi Works Of Art Set For Met Museum

The remarkable flowering of the world More...

View From the Middle

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The MiddleBloomberg: More A Boss Than A Mayor

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Breukelen Brothers Arrested For 2002 Manhattan Murder

Two brothers were arrested at their home in Breukelen Houses last Friday in connection with a robbery in midtown Manhattan last July during which an employee of the store that was being robbed tried to escape and fell from a fifth floor window. More...

CHSSeniors To Share Top Honors At Graduation

Canarsie High School princpal, Dr. Joel M. Shapiro, last month announced that seniors Saba Musid and Opeyemi Alli would share valedictory honors at June graduation ceremonies during a ceremony in his office. More...

Top 69th Pct. Cops Honored For Bravery In Hostage Case

NYPD Assistant Chief Joseph Fox, commanding officer of Patrol Borough Brooklyn South, did the honors last Tuesday night in presenting "Captain of the Month" plaques to the commander and executive officer of the 69th Precinct for their brave More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

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Was anyone but the most naive individual truly shocked by the bombshell announcement last week that the Metropolitan Transit Authority may be taking honest, hardworking New Yorkers for a dishonest ride? More...

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More Affordable Housing Planned Citywide

There is no question about it - New York City needs more affordable housing. This past December, I outlined a plan More...

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