November 18, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

SEEK YOUTH GANG IN CRIME SPREE

Police from the 69th Precinct are looking for a gang of up to eight youths who last week committed at least three robberies in the local area by surrounding their victims and intimidating them into giving up wallets, purses and jewelry and then fleei More...

Top Stories

Historical Society Lament: All The Old Houses Are Going

Another century-old house in Canarsie More...

Exhibits Celebrate 40th Anniversary Of Verrazano Bridge

MTA Bridges and Tunnels is participating in upcoming exhibits in Brooklyn and Staten Island that celebrate the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge More...

Two Separate Meetings With One “Common Ground”

Editor More...

Business & Finance

New York’s Business Climate Ranked 2nd In The Nation

Governor George E. Pataki last week hailed the November issue of Site Selection Magazine, which ranks New York State More...

Making The Most Of Severance Pay

Layoffs, downsizing, restructuring More...

Identity Theft Plagues Consumers

(NUI) - A serious new e-mail scam is emerging called More...

Religion

Religious News

Holy Family Church The Religious Education Program is sponsoring an Avon Christmas Boutique, Sunday, November 21st, beginning after the 8:00 am Mass, in the school at the Conklin Avenue Entrance. More...

Medical

Mouth Cancer - Early Detection Can Be Vital

Like other cancers, the successful treatment of cancer of the mouth depends upon its early detection. This is another good reason to visit your dentist regularly, at least twice a year. More...

Travel

New Campaign Shows State Is A Winter Wonderland

Charles A. Gargano, chairman of Empire State Development, which administers the I LOVE NEW YORK campaign, recently announced that I Love New York Winter 2004-05 Get-aways, winter vacation packages spotlighting the Empire State More...

This Week's Attitude

U.S. Foreign Policy Will Make It Hard To Avoid The Draft

This Week

Despite scant talk about reinstating the draft during the recent presidential election campaign More...

Horoscope

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You need to take the initiative this week. That means, no sitting by the phone or computer, waiting for someone to get back to you. You More...

Special Sections

Other News

Two Hurt In Conklin Avenue Crash

Witnesses look on as city More...

Hope Emerges As Theme Of Mill Basin Temple’s Nov. 9 Kristallnacht Program

After Audrey Durst, the master of ceremonies, reminded the audience that last Tuesday, November 9, marked the 66th anniversary of Kristallnacht, someone let out a loud More...

Residents Opposed To Proposed Bergen Beach Hotels

You would think Bergen Beach is turning into a hot spot for transient lodging when you read the sign near the waterside at East 69 Street, between avenues W and X. More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

United Canarsie South Civic Meetings The next meeting of the United Canarsie South Civic Association will take place on Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the HES, Seaview Avenue and East 95 Street. More...

Letters/Opinion

Canarsie Museum Interest Fading

Editor : Over the past 2 years, we at the Canarsie History Museum have been attempting to implement a cultural institution by way of Museum. Unfortunately, our efforts have not been well received. More...

The following is a copy of a letter recently sent to President Bush:

Seeking President

Dear President Bush, This is an urgent plea to you to prevent a grave injustice being foisted upon Canarsie by the Department of Youth and Community development overseeing community block grant federal funds designating Canarsie in Community Boar More...

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Many of the older houses in Canarsie More...

Arts & Entertainment

Bring Home The Taste Of Tuscany

Wine-Soaked Fig Bread Pudding 1/2 pound rustic Italian bread, cut More...

The Creative Cook

This week, I bring you two recipes guaranteed to warm your insides at the end of a long, cold day. Both of them, Ropa Vieha (Stewed Beef with Rice and Cheese), and Zesty Meatloaf Rings, have a bit of a Southwestern flair to them. More...

Animated Creations Look “Creepy” & “Eerie”

By David Germain AP Movie Writer People in Hollywood should never work with children or animals, W.C. Fields once said. Maybe that should be expanded to hyper-realistic computer-generated children and reindeer, too. More...

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