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Salt Marsh Nature Center Is “Park Of The Month”

The Salt Marsh Nature Center in Marine Park hosts some of New York City Parks Department More...

Sundance Comes To Brooklyn

Borough President Marty Markowitz (right) joined Sundance Institute Founder and President Robert Redford last week to announce a new festival of independent filmmaking curated by Sundance that will be presented May 11-20 at BAM. More...

Letters/Opinion

What’s Your Opinion?

Question: The death rate in New York City reached an all-time low in 2004. Some of the reasons may be due to the fact New Yorkers are exercising more, eating healthier and smoking less. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor’s Desk ...

One Common Destiny, United We Stand

On January 1st, on the steps of City Hall, I was inaugurated for another term as your mayor. You More...

Little Old Canarsie

Little Old Canarsie

Of Bungalows, Creeks And The Belt Parkway

Just about the time when it was decided the shore of Jamaica Bay at Canarsie would be filled, some of the creeks, which had names such as Sand Bay Creek and Steam Boat Creek, the city banned the taking of shellfish from the Bay due to pollution of it More...

Direct Answers

AnswersFrom theTeacher

My eighth-grade daughter has a very negative attitude toward her teacher this year, and I can More...

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CEC Board Member Highlights Safety Concerns In District 18

Local Community Education Council Treasurer Sharon Lindo offered a list of what she believed to be More...

Police Arrest A Suspect In String Of Local Burglaries

A suspect who is already in jail for another series of alleged felonies was charged last week with committing a series of burglaries in Canarsie in the waning months of 2005. More...

New Precinct Recruits Ready For Duty

Captain Ralph Monteforte (in white shirt), commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, stands with contingent of recruits assigned here from the newest graduating class from the Police Academy. More...

This Week's Attitude

Unlawful Spying’s An Inexcusable Abuse Of Executive Power

This Week

The recent revelations about unrestricted, unauthorized domestic spying on Americans in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks are serious breaches of faith between the government and its citizens. More...

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