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Talented Mill Basin Girl Might Someday Be An Idol

Singing the Star Spangled Banner at New York Knicks and New Jersey Nets basketball games, as well as winning a nationally televised talent show, would be amazing accomplishments for any vocalist, but it More...

Schumer Says Bush Social Security Plan Will Hurt New Yorkers

New York More...

Our Louie Gets An Invite To Big Deal Republican Shindig

Louie finally made it! Canarsie More...

Business & Finance

How To Optimize Your Group Disability Insurance

Employee benefits represent, in most cases, a hefty cost to employers and very often are neither well understood nor appreciated by employees. More...

IRS 2004 Tax Law Changes For Individuals

Taxpayers should make sure that they are aware of important changes to the tax law before they complete their 2004 federal income tax forms, advises the IRS. Here are the major changes that affect tax years beginning in 2004: More...

A Good Read On The Economy Could Help Stocks

AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) More...

Religion

Our Lady Of Miracles

Our schedule of Masses is: Saturday at 5:30 PM, Sunday at 8:30 AM (English), 9:45 AM (Eng/Italian), 11:00 AM (English), 12:30 (French & Creole). Our weekday mass schedule is: Monday to Saturday....8:30 AM only. More...

K Of C Service Group Breaks Charity Record

(NAPSA) - The charitable gifts of an international Catholic service organization reached all-time record highs in 2003. The financial donations of its 1.7 million members-known for their commitment to charitable works-totaled $130 million. More...

Our Bread From Heaven

We all need help and encouragement from time to time. This is true at work, in school and in sports. It is also true in the spiritual realm. This is why the Bible advocates church attendance. More...

Medical

Cosmetic Dentistry

Views OnDental Health

Gary S. Rafal, D.D.S. Are you envious when you see a model in a TV commercial smiling away with perfect teeth? In all likelihood, those teeth were not always perfect. More...

Unemployed Women At Higher Risk For Cardiovascular Disease, Says AHA

Women who have been fired or laid off from their jobs face not only emotional distress, but also have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers reported today at the at the Second International Conference on Women, Heart Disease and Stroke More...

What You Should Know About Osteoarthritis And Knee Pain

(NAPSA)-Baby boomers work hard to remain active. Yet when it comes to knee pain from osteoarthritis - a disease affecting 20 million Americans - they often choose conservative care that lessens but does not eliminate joint pain. More...

Travel

Oscar®-Nominated Film Inspires Wine Country Tours

Associated Press Writer LOS OLIVOS, Calif. (AP) More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk ... Bright Lights, Big City

By all rights, the past seven days should have been another typically quiet mid-February week in New York. Instead, we saw the close of an historic event in our economic history More...

Horoscope

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) A concern that More...

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Other News

Assemblyman’s Cookin’ For HES Seniors

Who said politicians seldom fulfill pledges? New York State Assemblyman Frank Seddio dispelled that downbeat philosophy last Sunday at the Hebrew Educational Society More...

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My daughter has three study halls during her school day. She More...

Parents Can Help Children To Become Better Readers

(NAPSA)-With all the electronic forms of entertainment available to-day, children are increasingly turning to the television, Internet and compu-ter and video games rather than picking up a book. More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

Mill Basin Civic Installation Mar. 31 The next meeting of the Mill Basin Civic Association will take place on Thursday, March 31 when the group holds its annual installation at the Glen Terrace. For further information, call (718) 209-0934. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

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Many nutrition experts attribute the nation More...

Our Deaf Parks Dept.

Dear Editor: As one of the activists who initiated opposition to the compost dump and protested alongside the fence that was erected at that time to keep Canarsie residents from having access to the open land on the western part of the park, I am More...

Neighborhood News

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Happy Birthday to our Co-Publisher Donna Marra who will be celebrating her special day on Sunday, March 6, 2005. Have a great day - Your staff at the Canarsie Courier. More...

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Happy Birthday to Joyce, our #1 Yankee fan, who will be celebrating her day on Sunday, March 6th, 2005. Enjoy your day. Love your friends at the office. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Fresh Sensations Healthy Meal

Broiled Fish With Citrus-Grape Sauce 1 1/4 pounds fresh or frozen grouper, halibut or shark steak, about More...

Ask BETTY

Dear Betty, My friends and I would like some ideas for making weeknight meals ahead. Thanks! More...

“Diary Of A Mad Black Woman” Is A ‘Bawdy...Mess’

AP Movie Critic The ads for More...

View From the Middle

CB 18’s Budget Dilemma: Telling It Like It Is

View From The Middle

Year after year (after year) around this time, Community Board 18, which is the community More...

Savvy Senior

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YOU ASK THE SENIOR QUESTION WE FIND THE SAVVY ANSWER

Dear Savvy Senior, Are there any limits when seniors don More...

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