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Senior Center Addresses Fears Of Possible Closing

City Councilman Charles Barron and Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz joined forces recently to give a double-barreled attack against proposals by the city to cut spending for senior citizen programs. More...

Local Police Nab Robbery Suspect

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Sometimes the scales of justice work in strange ways. Witness the arrest of a Canarsie resident recently on an armed robbery charge, who was caught after being identified while he was appearing on court on another, unrelated charge. More...

"Backboard Bandits" On The Fence

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Arts & Entertainment

"Finding Nemo" Is Disney’s ‘Latest Charmer’

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Metropolitan Opera Concert In Marine Park June 14

The Met In the Parks series of free outdoor concert performances by the Metropolitan Opera returns to Marine Park for Gaetano Donizetti More...

Brooklyn Youths Shine Through At Local All Stars Talent Show

24/7, a dance group out of Brownsville is sohwn holding theirt first place trophy in the Alumni Dance division at The All Stars Talent Show held last Saturday at Canarsie High School. Don Bailey More...

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Principal Pedals To Fulfill Promise To Pupils

A promise is a promise is a promise. And one promise has become an annual rite of spring at Public School 115 on East 92 Street More...

Ticket Blitz? What Ticket Blitz?

As Mayor Bloomberg fields questions from irate New Yorkers about perceptions of a "ticket blitz" in the city because of a budget deficit, more gasoline is apparently being put to the fire by other agencies in quiet communities like Canarsie More...

D.A.’s Representative Tells Council

Our High Schools Are "Improving"

Canarsie schools, while now improving slightly, at one time were "among the worst" as far as general school crimes were concerned, according to a representative of Kings County District Attorney Charles Hynes. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

Ticket Blitz Picks Pockets Of Shocked New Yorkers

For several months, due to a listless economy that refuses to rebound, not to mention national, state and local budget woes, New Yorkers have been saddled with an assortment of unwelcome expenditures. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

A Canarsie Memorial Day We Should Not Soon Forget

The rain came down in torrents on Memorial Day, 2003. Plans that had been firmly put into place during the planning stages for the Big Parade and other commemorative events in Canarsie to celebrate this holiday were dampened, to say the least. More...

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