July 14, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

COPS PROBE KIDNAP & RAPE

A 20-year-old woman was kidnapped by two men who grabbed her off the street on Ditmas Avenue and East 93rd Street, took her to another location, and sexually assaulted her, police said. More...

Top Stories

BP Gets Illegal Marine Park Construction Halted

After hearing from Marine Park residents upset about an outsized new construction at 2232 Kimball Street, Borough President Marty Markowitz asked the Brooklyn Department of Buildings about the structure and was assured that it was legal. More...

Former 69th Pct. Youth Officer Now Children’s Book Author

By Neil S. Friedman One year ago 69th Precinct Youth Officer Jimmy Johnson retired after 20 years with the New York City Police Department. More...

Same Old Internet Scam Tries A Fresh Strategy

With the World Wide Web available to anyone with a computer, con artists use it as a convenient setting to ply their illicit activities. However, no sooner do cyber cops and investigators uncover the source of one scam than another is discovered. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: Do you think the MTA is going too far with its new rules - including prohibiting eating and drinking - regulating subway riders More...

Arts & Entertainment

Summer Is Salad Season

Dressing 1 jar (16 ounces) sliced pickled beets, undrained More...

This Week's Attitude

White House’d Rather Protect Leak Than A Free Press

This Week

In keeping with the post 9/11 atmosphere where the free flow of information has been somewhat guarded, the Bush administration is now trying to keep a lid on its Chief Deputy Karl Rove More...

View From the Middle

Somehow “The Day After” Seems Closer To Reality Now View From The Middle

In what turned out to be a blatant coincidence, I saw a repeated television show a week ago upon which I was going to base this column. It was a repeat of the 1983 made-for-TV show More...

Savvy Senior

Savvy Senior

Dear Savvy Senior, Do you know much about senior dating services on the Internet? My two daughters have been urging me to try it but I have some concerns. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Cry Of “Play Ball” Opens Another 69th Pct. Community Council Baseball League Season

Hundreds of eager children from the 69th Precinct Community Council Baseball League stepped up to the plate last Monday evening at the first game of the summer at Canarsie Park. More...

Search Continues For Man Compelled “To Shoot Somebody”

The search for a fugitive suspect in the killing of an innocent teenage bystander on Rockaway Parkway because he said, More...

Postal Service Beefs Are Plentiful At Town Hall Meeting

Fed up with years of unsatisfactory postal service, scores of Canarsie residents gathered at Holy Family School, 9717 Flatlands Avenue, to voice their concerns to Brooklyn Postmaster Joseph Lubrano at a Town Hall meeting last Thursday night hosted by More...

Caribbean Corner

Caribbean Roundup

national shutdown as barbados prepares for hurricane More...

We Are Caribbean At Heart. However, We Are Really Americans Now

Eye On C

Maxine Hamilton Alexander The sun rose above the trees, lighting up my side of Brooklyn. Because the day promised to be dry and humid, we made no plans for outdoor activities, not even a well-deserved trip to the beach. Around 11 o More...

Community Guide

Community Guide

LOCAL Meetings

Weekly Chess Club Seaview Jewish Center, 1585 East 98 Street, between Seaview Avenue and Avenue N, hosts a free chess club every Saturday at noon and on Sundays at 7 p.m.. Beginners to advanced players are welcome. More...

Women's

Women’s World

For the women of the community Compiled by More...

The Ever Quotable Woman


(The First Black Woman in the U.S. to become a Federal Judge) More...

Make Your Skin Look Radiant With “Fuller’s Earth Facial Mask”

Suitable for all skin types . Try this mask any time you want to rejuvi-nate and refresh yourself. More...

From The Mayor...

Creating Jobs, Housing And Parks Across All 5 Boroughs

From The Mayor

Last week, Senator Hillary Clinton, Congressman Charles Rangel and Mu-hammad Ali joined me to present New York More...

Little Old Canarsie

Lots Of Stories From The Mid-’40s

Little Old Canarsie

John Denton It was just about the time when the news came that the Japs had asked to end the 2nd World War when Avenue L had a restaurant and bar owned by Max Miller on the corner of East 92nd and Arthur Gabriel had a bar at Avenue L and East More...

Direct Answers

Answers from the Teacher

When my daughter has to write sentences for her spelling assignments she complains loudly that it More...

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