November 6, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Windshield Flyer Ban Is Now In Effect

Enforcement of a new statewide law prohibiting the placement of handbills and other advertisements on the windshield, under windshield wipers, or on rear windows of motor vehicles began last Saturday. More...

Other News

Chiefs End Perfect Season, Regain Bragging Rights In 40-20 Win Over Vikings

and Neil S. Friedman

What a difference a year makes. More...

Cops Asking For Help In Solving

Murder During Party Last June

Police are asking for the public More...

New Officers Introduced At 69th Precinct Community Council Meeting

Crime Prevention Officer Daniel MacBride introduced the new officers of Canarsie More...

Religion

Plymouth Congregational Church

The members of Plymouth Congregational Church proudly invite you to worship and fellowship with us. We are located at 1223 E. 96th Street, between Ave J & Flatlands Ave. 718-649-5962. Fax# 718-649-3702. More...

Christian Church

We are located at 606 E. 89th St., Brooklyn, NY. More...

St. Laurence

Catholic Church

Celebration of the Eucharist (Mass). Saturday Vigil Mass 5:00 PM. Sunday 9:00 AM & 12:00 PM. 10:30 AM (Spanish). More...

Women's

Embryo Donation: A Family Building Option

(NAPSI)-The "face" of family bus(NAPSI)-Infertility treatments have helped thousands of women and men achieve their dream of parenthood. More...

Beauty Tip

(c) 2003 DBR Media, Inc. More...

A Holiday Recipe For A Happy Kitchen

(NAPSI)-If you More...

Arts & Entertainment

Sentimental "Radio" Is ‘A Valiant Effort But No Victory’

AP Movie Writer

Tolerance for the gushy sentiment of the high-school sports flick "Radio More...

Billboard

Hot 100: Top 10

The following are weekly charts for the nation More...

Museum Exhibit To Honor WWII Jewish Veterans

The contributions and heroism of Jewish soldiers in the U.S. Military during the Second World War have long been overlooked, and on Veterans Day, all that will change with the opening of a new exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage More...

Little Old Canarsie

The Flowers Still Bloom On Canarsie’s E. 92 St."Main Road"

John Denton

When passing in our present time as we ride up E. 92nd St. (formerly known as Main Road) past the beautiful row of new homes and see the beautiful display of roses at the corner house of what is now standing on Ave. More...

School Board 18 Blasts Idea

Of New "Centralized" Districts

In an October 28 "Town Hall" meeting members of Community School Board 18 blasted the idea that a "centralized" board would be taking over at year More...

Guardians Of Nation’s Shoreline Drop Anchor In Canarsie

Ever since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, homeland security has become a domestic priority and our nation More...

Special Sections

Business & Finance

Realtors Say Sales On Single

Homes Still On Upward Trend

Sales of existing single-family homes in New York increased by more than 10 percent in September compared to September 2002, according to preliminary single-family sales data accumu-lated by the New York State Associa-tion of REALTORS®. More...

Rental Properties Nationwide

Now Accepting Credit Cards

More rental properties throughout the United States are accepting credit cards for rent payments than ever before. More...

Money Matters

What To Do About Adult Day Care

What do you do if your mother needs help getting in and out of her wheelchair and she More...

Caribbean Corner

caribbean roundup

Jamaican Mother Of Teenage Sniper Suspect Refuses To Testify In Muhammad

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) More...

Travel

Everglades: Airboat Rides Face Uncertain Futures

Associated Press Writer

COOPERTOWN, Fla. (AP) More...

Tourism Officials Criticize British Travel Advisory

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica (AP) More...

Seven Secrets To Traveling With Young Children

(NAPSI)-Young traveling companions can add a whole new dimension to your trip, but it More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

Attitude
Running First N.Y. Marathon Was Exhilarating

After years of sitting at home and watching the New York Marathon, I decided last November to give it a try in 2003. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

For Our Future

New Yorkers continue to mourn the loved ones and neighbors that we lost in last Wednesday More...

View From the Middle

View From

The Middle
Veterans Day Is Tuesday; We Have Things To Think About

Next Tuesday, November 11th, is Veterans Day. Established in 1919 it used to be called Armistice Day, celebrating the end of World War I, the "war to end all wars." More...

Direct Answers

DIRECT ANSWERS

Faux Feelings

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