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ALERT YOUTH SAVES MOM IN STABBING

A scared, courageous youngster probably saved his mother More...

Community Guide

Two Weekly Chess Clubs

Seaview Jewish Center, 1585 East 98 Street, between Seaview Avenue and Avenue N, hosts a free chess club every Saturday at noon. Beginners to advanced players are welcome. For details, call (718) 251-1900. More...

Religion

Holy Family

Holy Family School: There is still space available in Holy Family School for the school year 2004-2005. Please call the school or the Rectory for more information. More...

Charismatic Mass

Our Lady of Miracles Charismatic Prayer Group will be having a Healing Mass on Wednesday, June 30, 2004 at 7:45 PM. Celebrant: Father Jeff Dillion. Rosary recited before Mass at 7:30 PM. More...

TRIUMPH OF THE EUCHARIST

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Medical

Antioxidants In Fruits And Vegetables May Decrease Stroke Risk

Sufficient blood levels of carotenoids, a family of antioxidants in fruits and vegetables, might reduce the risk of ischemic stroke, according to a study published today in the rapid access issue of Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Elaborate Setting ‘Takes Top Billing’ Over Actors & Story

AP Movie Writer

You think you More...

Billboard

Hot 100: Top 10  

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

Top 10 Movies

1. "Dodgeball," $30 Million
2. "The Terminal," $18.7 Million

3. "Harry Potter & The Prisoner of Azhaban," $17.4 Million. More...

Horoscope

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

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Keep close track of scheduled appoint-ments. If not, you could miss something important this week. Beware of a tendency to criticize family members. More...

Direct Answers

My son is a perfectionist when it comes to his schoolwork. If he makes a mistake or his assignment isn More...

DIRECT ANSWERS

Inheritance

I have a mother who is constantly yelling at me for the smallest things, regardless of whether or not it is my fault. She tells me how hopeless I am, even though I get really good grades and excel in all my extracurricular act-ivities. More...

Special Sections

Business & Finance

State to Invest $20 Million in New Main Street Renewal and Revitalization Program

Governor George E. More...

State Economy Strengthening, Say Labor Department Statistics

New employment statistics released by the Department of Labor show the New York economy strengthening in May 2004 with a strong surge in private employment and a sharp decline in unemployment. More...

Favorable Job Growth Expected for New York During Third Quarter

New York City area employers expect to hire at a steady pace during the third quarter of 2004, according to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey. More...

Caribbean Corner

caribbean roundup

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) More...

A Proposed "Caribbean Heritage Month"

Eye On C

An e-mail to me from Erwine Clare of Caribbean Immigrant Services was right on the mark. It is time for a Caribbean Heritage Month in these here United States of America. More...

Neighborhood News

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“Congratulations” on June 18, 2004. Announcing the marriage of Tashaina Flores and Antonio Soto. A special love shared by two, a lifetime filled with dreams come true. More...

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Get well wishes to Ira Kluger. We hope you are back on your feet real soon. Your friends at the Canarsie Courier. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s

Attitude

New York City, which is a Mecca for tourists year round, will be especially inundated by tens of thousands of visitors when the Republican National Convention (RNC) comes to town later this summer to nominate George W. More...

View From the Middle

View From

The Middle

In light of New York being stiffed last week by Congress, which voted 237-171 to defeat a measure that would have given us more security money than Podunk, Kentucky and other quiet, sleepy, Middle America cities, we More...

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