October 21, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

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Law Would Make Parents Responsible For Graffiti Cleanup Cost

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Safety Is Main Topic At Mill Basin Civic Meeting

Safety was the number one concern at the October 12 Mill Basin Civic Association meeting held at the Ame-rican Legion Hall on Avenue N as residents of East 55 Street voiced their fears about a recent shooting that occurr-ed following a house party be More...

Sen. Clinton Issues Flu Vaccine Resource Guide For New Yorkers

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Business & Finance

If You’re Charitable, You Can Receive A Lot In Return

A previous column was about charitable giving and how to do it in the most advantageous More...

Caribbean Corner

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Religion

Charismatic Mass Set For OLM

Our Lady of Miracles Charismatic Prayer Group will be having a Healing Mass on Wednesday, November 10th, 2004 at 7:15 PM More...

Prayer to The Blessed Virgin

(Never known to fail). Oh, most beautiful flower of Mt.Carmel, fruitful vine, splendor of Heaven. Blessed Mother of the Son of God. Immaculate Virgin assist me in my necessity. Oh, Star of the Sea, help me shown herein, you are my mother. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Spice Up Mealtime With Flavors From India

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Ask BETTY

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“Shall We Dance?” Has Two Left Feet

By Christy Lemire AP Entertainment Writer More...

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What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Students are prohibited from using cell phones in public schools. If they bring them to school, the phones are being confiscated and held for return to the parents. More...

A Rewarding Day For 69th Precinct

The 69th Precinct held its annual Medal and Family Appreciation Day ceremony last Sunday at the Midget Squadron Yacht Club on Paerdegat Ave-nue North. The yearly event honors the precinct More...

Marching With Breast Cancer Survivors

Borough President Marty Marko-witz marched through Prospect Park last Sunday with Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham, City Coun-cil Member Yvette Clarke, and more than 8,500 Brooklynites to support of the fight against breast cancer. More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

Mill Island Civic To Meet 10/28 The Mill Island Civic Association has announced its first meeting of the season will be held on Thursday, October 28 at 8 p.m. at P.S. 236, 6302 Avenue U. More...

Medical

Alcohol And Your Teeth

Excessive use of alcohol has many harmful effects on health, some of which affect dental treatment. These include things like; (1) Bleeding disorders resulting from damage to the liver and the bone marrow. More...

Travel

Travel And Learn - Tips To Make Education A Vacation Must

(NAPSI)-Americans want more out of their vacations than stiffly posed photos and souvenir key chains. In addition to getting away from the rigors of daily stress, today More...

This Week's Attitude

Change The Law For Arnold’s Sake—Hasta La Vista, Baby!

The outcome of the upcoming presidential election in less than two weeks remains uncertain, but some Republicans already seem to be looking ahead for a viable candidate to succeed this year More...

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Moving Forward: An Update On Our Future

Every New Yorker deserves a good home in a community that offers security, opportunity, and hope. That More...

Pierre Salinger: Being Chewed Out By An Elite Good Guy

I must admit I More...

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