September 30, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Wyckoff Apple Festival Ushers In Fall Season

By Yolanda Pittman What best signifies the arrival of autumn and its splendor? The celebration of the apple and its history, which took place last Saturday at the Wyckoff Farmhouse Apple Festival. More...

Celebrating Trinidad & Tobago Independence

Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz last Thursday hosted Prime Minister Patrick Manning and Consul General Harold Robertson of Trinidad and Tobago at Borough Hall Rotunda. More...

Luxury Residence Proposal On Red’s Site Rejected By CB18

An application for a variance to build a proposed luxury apartment complex on the site of the current Red More...

Letters/Opinion

Editor:

I am a first time voter in the increasingly important 18-25 age group and I do not believe national polls reflect my opinion. More...

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Do you think it More...

Religion

Holy Family Church

We began our 125th Anniversary last Sunday with the unveiling of our Anniversary banner by the young people of our Religious Education Program on Catechetical Sunday. More...

Charity on The Subway

Dear Friends: In the book, More...

Holy Family

The Second Collection this week will be for the Feast of the Assumption of Mary. We celebrate Mary More...

Arts & Entertainment

Celebrating 75 Years of Pumpkin

Libby More...

The Creative Cook

Now that the kids are back into their school routine, remember that special homemade treats are always a hit at the lunch table. With the introduction of Crisco(r) Zero Grams Trans Fat Per Serving All-Vegetable Short-ening, it More...

Q: The actor who plays Steve Hyde More...

Savvy Senior

YOU ASK THE SENIOR QUESTION WE FIND THE SAVVY ANSWER

Dear Savvy Senior: As a healthcare specialist who works with the elderly, it More...

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Other News

Sports

NFL FORECAST-WEEK 4 October 3-4

(*denotes home team) (Sunday) Atlanta 25*Carolina 16 More...

Around The Horn

Guillen-tine The Angels suspended Jose Guillen for the season, including the postseason if they make it, but it couldn More...

Borough President Markowitz Welcomes New CUNY Chiefs

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Business & Finance

Personal Finance

Health Benefits After Retirement

The net result of public policy and skyrocketing medical costs has been to render retiree health benefits economically irrational for many employers. More...

LEGAL NOTICES

Legal Notice Notice is hereby given that a license, serial number 1156460 for beer, wine and liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell beer, wine and liquor at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 168-26 More...

LEGAL NOTICES

Legal Notice Notice is hereby given that a license, serial number 1156830, for beer, wine and liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell beer, wine & liquor at retail in a bar under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 104-04 Liberty More...

Neighborhood News

Happy Birthday to Sharayha & Shamar who will be celebrating their birthdays on Friday, October 1st & Saturday, October 2nd. We all love you. Enjoy your birthday party and keep up the good work in school. Love Auntie, Sheana, Chris and the entire Farrell &

Happy Birthday to Sharayha & Shamar who will be celebrating their birthdays on Friday, October 1st & Saturday, October 2nd. We all love you. Enjoy your birthday party and keep up the good work in school. More...

Medical

Abused Children More Likely To Have Heart Disease As Adults: AHA

An abused or neglected child is much more likely to develop ischemic heart disease as an adult, according to a study published in Circu-lation: Journal of the American Heart Association. More...

Travel

Take Steps To Avoid “Traveler’s Thrombosis”

(NAPSI)-Everybody knows that traveling by plane, car or bus can be uncomfortable. But many people don More...

Hear It, Learn It, Speak It

(NAPSI)-The best way to learn a language is to hear it spoken, but most travelers like to be able to carry on some basic conversations before they get where they More...

From The Mayor...

Getting To The Heart Of The Problem

Today, more than 36,000 of our fellow New Yorkers, including more than 15,000 children, did not have the good fortune the rest of us enjoyed. They didn More...

Horoscope

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You spend some time this week doing a little soul-searching. Ask yourself the im-portant questions. Are you where you want to be in life, and are your relationships successful? More...

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