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Bildersee Curriculum Supports Diverse Student Population

The New York City public school system is a reflection of the city’s diversity of cultures. At Isaac Bildersee I.S. More...

Parishioners Attend Haiti Quake Anniversary Service

One year ago a devastating earthquake rocked the island nation of Haiti. To remember the deceased and the survivors, a memorial service was held at The Church of Lord, a Haitian congregation at 4623 Avenue J, on January 12. More...

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: As the 112th Congress gets down to work, do you think the legislators should undo the healthcare changes implemented last year? Briefly explain.
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Laughed So Hard, He Cried

Editor: Charles Rogers’ column, “Mr. Speaker, Let’s Have A Good Cry — Together!” was a three-hankie column. More...

Thankful We’re In His Corner

Mr. Friedman, I’d like to take the time to personally thank you, Reeves Eisen, of Councilman Lew Fidler’s office, and Jonathan Gies, the writer, for helping spread the word of my ongoing medical condition. More...

View From the Middle

NRA: Aiming America Towards A Mindset Of Violence

View From The Middle

How many times does it have to happen? More...

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Other News

Pols Play Snow-Blame Game At Civic Association Meeting

Even though organizations that planned meetings on Tuesday, January 11 were postponed because of the first snowstorm of 2011, the United Canarsie South Civic Association (UCSCA) didn’t cancel – and used the time to discuss the disaster of More...

National Group Joins Search For Missing Boy Last Seen A Year Ago

Saturday will mark the first anniversary of the disappearance of Patrick Alford, who was last seen with his foster mother in the Starrett City area on January 22, 2010. More...

Ed. Dept. Changes Hearing On P.S. 114 Closing To Friday, January 28th

Due to revisions in the proposal to change the grade structure of Public School 114 this fall, a public hearing will be held at the Remsen Avenue elementary school on Friday, January 28 at 6 p.m. More...

This Week's Attitude

Political Discourse Should Be Lively — Not Mean-Spirited

Thiis Week’’ s Attiitude

The recent tragedy in Arizona does not seem to have been motivated by the bitter political rhetoric of recent years, but it did draw attention to that touchy issue. More...

From The Mayor...

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Strong Tourism Helps Our City’s Economy Stay Strong

Tourism is one of New York’s biggest industries. Out-of-town visitors to our city spend $31 billion a year — spending that supports hundreds of thousands of jobs in our restaurants, shops, hotels, and cultural institutions. More...

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