January 6, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

STORE HIT TWICE IN ONE DAY

A liquor store on Flatlands Avenue had the distinction of starting out the new year by being robbed twice on New Year's Day. Two suspects were arrested in the first robbery, thanks to a quick-witted off-duty police officer. More...

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Seddio Calls Bush Federal Tax Change Proposal “Raw Deal”

Assemblyman Frank R. Seddio expressed concern that a plan by President Bush More...

Sampson Comments On Death Of Shirley Chisholm

State Senator John Sampson issued the following statement regarding former Brooklyn Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm after her death Saturday at age 80. More...

Local Fan Gets Early Birthday Greeting For King Of Rock & Roll

Congressman Ed Towns should not be held to blame for More...

Business & Finance

The Regular Rights All Renters Are Entitled To

Most of us have probably been renters at some point in our lives, and are likely to have a horror story or two to share. If you own rental property, you should be familiar with the basic legal framework that applies to landlords and their tenants. More...

Medical

Symptoms Of TMJ

Facial pain may be the result of many factors, some of them dental. Lately, attention has been focused on problems surrounding the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) which controls movement of the lower jaw. More...

Women's

Recommendations For Protecting Your Skin When Jack Frost Bites

(NAPSI)-When the weather grows chilly, many people change their clothes, but there More...

Typical Hair Coloring Horrors And How-To’s On Fixing Them

If you have purchased a hair color from your local pharmacy, and expect it to turn out like the models hair color on the front of the box, you may be in for a big surprise. More...

Jogging Is Great - But Watch Out For “Runner’s Pouch”

During an average run, your body weight rests on one or the other leg about 80 percent of the time. To maintain balance, your stomach muscles (particularly your lower abs) must stay contracted. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week’s Attitude

By Neil S. Friedman

Sadly, Disaster Brings Out Best Of The Human Spirit More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk ...

Delivering Hope For The New Year New Year

Delivering Hope for the New Year If you couldn More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

The Yankees Have Tino, And That Means The World Series

George Steinbrenner was mad last year when the Boston Red Sox, arch enemies of the New York Yankees who hadn More...

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What’s Your Opinion?

QUESTION: WHAT, IF ANY, NEW YEAR More...

MTA Runs Vintage New Year’s Excursion

In celebration of the centennial of the New York subway system, the MTA last week sent out its special vintage car on excursions throughout the city, with one of the main stops being the Rockaway Parkway terminal on the famous 14th Street-Canarsie Li More...

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Curricula inevitably vary from state to state, and naturally change over time. However, I think it More...

Religion

Obituary

Di Fanzo, Pasquale More...

Holy Family Church

Thanks to Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio for his excellent Homily on family life and for being with us to celebrate the Feast of the Holy Family. More...

Dear Friends:

Recently, I received a surprise phone call from a man in Brooklyn. He wanted to know something about the meaning of the Epiphany and when it was celebrated. I explained that the Epiphany is the Feast of the Manifestation of Christ. More...

Arts & Entertainment

“Hotel Rwanda” Is ‘Bleak, Brutal—And Inspirational’

Words like More...

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Through The Ropes

One thing beats getting good wrestling tickets. Getting them for free! More...

Horoscope

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You find yourself intellectually challenged this week. Tap into that brain power. You have the right stuff to handle what comes your way. More...

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