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Some Brooklyn Youths Spend Spring Break Learning Roots

A group of East New York students decided to spend their spring vacation in the classroom. More...

"World Class" Motor Sport Coming Here? It's Possible, Says Pol

Could we have one of the most popular spectator sports in the nation at our fingertips in the near future? Could there be an Indianapolis 500 but not exactly Indianapolis and not exactly 500, but, perhaps, the Brooklyn and 100? More...

Two Postcard Collections At Wyckoff House Highlight History

Sean Sawyer, left, executive director of the Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum, and postcard collector Michael V. Susi flank a tray of postcards depicting Brooklyn's Dutch farms, circa 1849-1910, which went on display at the museum last Sunday. More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Generally Speaking, Rumsfeld Should Go

Old soldiers don't just fade away anymore, as General Douglas MacArthur said he would when he left the Army after a brilliant career. They get angry! (Must be the More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

For Shame! Four And A Half Years- And It's Still A "Hole In The Ground."

We've waited four and a half years and it's a disgrace that the World Trade Center is still a pit in lower Manhattan with a long, long ramp for a few trucks and not many other vehicles in the middle of it. More...

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Spring's Perfect Time To Visit Nation's Capitol

The annual blossoming of cherry trees in Washington, DC heralds the beginning of springtime. More...

Two Sharp 69th Pct. Officers Named "Cop Of The Month"

Captain Ralph Monteforte, commanding officer of the 69th Precinct, last Tuesday honored two outstanding police officers at this month's meeting of the 69th Precinct Community Council, held at the Hebrew Educational Society. More...

Ask The Learning Advisor

Q: What do you do about a child who is always bored? My daughter is in third grade. She's always been a good student, but seems to have lost interest in school this year. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Safer Schools Are Better Schools

Safety is simply essential to education. Without it, teachers can't teach and students can't learn. Every parent has the right to know that his or her child is safe during the school day-and no child should ever be afraid to attend school. More...

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