April 29, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Sowing Seeds For Mother Earth

Youngsters at Public School 66 took part in citywide and national activities for the 35th annual Earth Day last week. Since its inception in April 1970, Earth Day has come to raise awareness of protecting Earth More...

Other News

Wyckoff House To Get A New Look

Remarking on her association with the historic landmark Wyckoff Farm-house Museum, Assemblywoman Hel-ene Weinstein told a group gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, April 22 that she lived near the site when she was a child. More...

SCCA Meeting Disappointed By Guest’s Absence

The South Canarsie Civic Associa-tion gathered at the Hebrew Educational Society on Monday night for a board meeting hosted by President Mary Anne Sallustro. More...

Teen Struck By Car Near South Shore H.S.

A 15-year-old girl was injured last Monday afternoon when she was struck by a 1992 Ford Suburban while crossing Flatlands Avenue near Ralph Avenue, police said. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Some City Council members and immigration advocates are saying immigrant workers should have the right to vote in national elections because it will encourage more immigrants to become involved in civic affairs. What do you think? More...

Consumer Advice Available In Free Gov’t. Handbook

There are days when everything seems to go wrong! You oversleep because your new high-tech alarm clock breaks, your phone won More...

Neighborhood News

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Happy belated wishes to our beloved editor, Chuck Rogers, who celebrated another birthday on Tuesday April 27. All the best from Alex, Cathy, Neil, Joyce, Natasha, Lennox, Tom, Lillian, Bill and Dara. More...

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Happy Belated Birthday to Joseph Cruz who celebrated his 5th birthday on April 25. We are so sorry we missed your day. Love you Aunt Caca, Uncle Mike & Titi Toni More...

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Happy 15th Earthday to Shawn Christopher. You are my special Angel. May God continue to Bless you and keep safe, healthy, happy and strong. We all love you, enjoy your day. Love Mom, Sheana and all of your cousins. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Oven Baked Chicken Wings

Oven-Baked Chicken Wings With
Sweet & Tangy Mustard Sauce
8 servings

Chicken Wings: More...

Ask BETTY

Dear Betty,

I More...

"Man On Fire" Is ‘Rampage Of Vigilante Justice’

AP Entertainment Writer

Apparently, a kidnapping involving the young daughter of a wealthy Mex-ico City couple, and the subsequent rampage of vigilante justice on which her guilt-ridden bodyguard embarks, aren More...

Horoscope

By Charles Cooper (c) 2004 DBR Media, Inc.

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You need to pay more attention to what your body More...

Fidler Questions ‘L’ Train Safety

City Council Members Lew Fidler, Transportation Committee Chair- person John Liu and five other Council Members, all of whom have stops on the Canarsie subway line in their districts, yesterday joined representatives of the Transit Workers Union on More...

Developer Proposes Plan For Million Dollar Homes In Mill Basin

A developer More...

Special Sections

Business & Finance

Benefits Of A Variable Annuity

Do you remember the old radio commercials that featured a guy with an odd voice who asked, "Hey Bunky" and then went on with a series questions like, "Are you tired of that old jalopy? More...

Private Sector Employment Increasing In State: Economist

New Department of Labor statistics show a quickening pace of job creation in New York State, with private sector employment increasing in New York City, the suburbs and upstate, according to New York State Ecionomist Stephen Kagaan. More...

Clinton: New Overtime Provisions

Not Enough To Protect Workers

Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton recently criticized the Bush Adminis-tration More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

Community Meetings
Another South Canarsie Civic Meeting Monday

Because Nicole Malliotakis, a representative of Governor Pataki, had to cancel her appearance before Monday More...

Religion

Holy Family Church

This Saturday, May 1st at the 5:00PM Mass, Bishop Catanello will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to our young people. Candidates and sponsors are to come to the school at 4:15 PM. More...

Shrine Of St. Jude

Bi-Lingual Masses: The 12:30 PM Mass is our Bi-lingual Mass. The first reading, the Psalm and some of the hymns will be in the language of the day. May 2nd French/English; May 9th Spanish/English; May 16th Tagalog/English, May 23rd English. More...

Healing Mass Set At O.L.M.

Our Lady of Miracles Charismatic Prayer Group will be having a Healing Mass on Wednesday, May 12, 2004 at 7:45 PM. Celebrant: Father Anthony Ozele. Rosary recited before Mass at 7:30 PM. Everyone Welcome. More...

Medical

PUT YOUR FEET

In the hands of skill and technology More...

Training Effort Will Increase N.Y. Preparedness

A Multi-agency effort designed to enhance New York State More...

Views On

Gary S. Rafal, D.D.S. More...

Travel

Queen Mary 2 Maiden Crossing To New York

NEW YORK (AP) More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

Attitude

John Kerry obviously has the nation More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk...

Everyone Gets What They Deserve

New Yorkers deserve a well-managed city government, and city workers deserve fair compensation. From Day One, our Administration has said that putting the City More...

View From the Middle

View From

The Middle
A Big, Bad Weekend Off For "Esteemed" Yankees

The last time I wrote about our esteemed New York Yankees, I suppose, was when they triumphantly trounced the Boston Red Sox last year in Yankee Stadium. More...

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