November 23, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

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Gateway Official Says Community Input Essential For Pier Progress

Residents are going to have to be patient and give more input to Gateway National Park Service officials if they want to see progress at the Canarsie Pier. More...

Local Police Seek Flasher Who Exposed Himself To Young Girls

Police from the 69th Precinct are looking for a flasher who exposed himself to young girls on their way to school on three occasions last week. More...

Seddio Holiday House Lighting Set For Sunday

The Seddio family house's Annual Holiday Display will be unveiled this Sunday, November 26, at 5 p.m. at the corner of Flatlands Avenue and East 93rd Street. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: City Council members recently voted themselves a 25% raise and are now considering extending term limits from 8 to 12 years. More...

Sports

Chiefs Rout Hornets To Advance To Semifinals

The wins just keep on coming for the Canarsie Chiefs. More...

Chiefs Hope New Players, Lester Lead Them To Hoops Title

The Canarsie High School boy's varsity basketball team fell short of a trip to Madison Square Garden for a chance to play for the PSAL title last spring, despite being undefeated in the regular season. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Sen. Kerry And His Elitist Slip Of The Lip

Senator John Kerry finally came out of hiding this week and intimated he might put himself in a presidential bid again. You'd think by this time he'd have learned that the race is just too tough for him. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Brotherhood Night Sets Tone For Holiday Season

In an interdenominational service Monday at the Hebrew Educational Society, diverse religious faiths in Canarsie came together to signify the togetherness of the community. More...

Six Cars Involved In East 80th Street Crash

One driver sustained two broken legs but others and their passengers had relatively minor injuries after a a six-car crash last Thursday morning on East 80th Street between ave-nues J and K, according to 69th Pre-cinct police. More...

Conservatory Invites Students To Audition For Scholarships

The Brooklyn Conservatory of Music will offer nine full scholarships for studies in the Conservatory's Cer-tificate Preparatory Program as the result of a grant from the Van Lier Fellowship Fund. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Free Art Exhibit At Brooklyn Public Library

The public is invited to the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), located at Grand Army Plaza, to enjoy six, free exhibitions - Jazz in Brooklyn: A Community of Visions, Brooklyn Beats, Mask: A Present Past, The Borrower's Name, Chess More...

This Week's Attitude

This Week's Attitude

Media Mogul Outfoxes O.J., But Not Me!

Wh en media tycoon Rupert Murdoch suddenly canceled "ill-considered" plans for a book and interview by O.J. More...

From The Mayor...

From The Mayor's Desk ...

Mets' New Stadium Is New York's Latest Sports Jewel

Thanksgiving is a time for all of us to think about how lucky we are to have our health, our friends, and our family. We are also lucky to live in the world's greatest city and the safest big city in America. More...

Little Old Canarsie

Playing Ringolevio In Front Of Grace Church

For many years, the late John Denton graced the pages of the Canarsie Courier with his column "Little Old Canarsie." Born here in 1900, Denton's knowledge of the area and memories of his life in Canarsie, from the time he was a boy until he died at More...

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