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Elderly Lobster In Retirement At N.Y. Aquarium

By Neil S. Friedman A Long Island man with a compassion for mature living creatures donated a 90-year-old lobster from becoming an expensive family dinner last week when he donated the 15-pounder to the New York Aquarium in Coney Island. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: according to the latest statistics, subway crime dropped again in 2005. As far as crime goes, how comfortable do you feel while riding the subway now?
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Arts & Entertainment

New Book Explores The Concepts Of A Spiritual, Energetic And Healing Path

(NAPSI)-A novel just released in paperback examines concepts of free will, reincarnation and energy healing in a fictitious, engaging lost civilization. More...

View From the Middle

Wire Tapping: Making Something New Of Something Old

View From The Middle

An investigation into the leak of classified information about secret domestic spying was launched by the Justice Department last weekend, according to published reports. More...

Savvy Senior

SAVVY SENIOR

Dear Savvy Senior, I recently read that medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States, which I find very troubling, especially for seniors who typically require the most medical care. More...

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Firefighters Give Elderly Woman “Special” New Year’s Ride

Firefighters are usually portrayed as symbols of American courage. In Canarsie, they More...

Holiday Tree Recycling Program Starts Saturday

Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty has announced that the Department More...

Precinct C.O. Says We’ve Got Ten New Cop Recruits Here

Having graduated from the most recent class of officers at the city More...

This Week's Attitude

“The 60s” Has New Meaning For Baby Boomers

This Week

For the generation that was labeled Baby Boomers More...

Little Old Canarsie

Canarsie’s Old Lamplighter

Little Old Canarsie

John Denton In the early teens, the village here had only two routes to go to and from the city (one of these was called later known as East 92 Street). More...

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