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Teachers Learn About NASA’s BEST At Genovesi Study Center

Science teachers launched balloon rockets and designed, built, and tested lunar buggies and landing pods – it was all part of last week’s Professional Development presentation, NASA’s BEST, hosted by Amy Pekoe-Renz, Assistant Princi More...

Suspect Caught After Camera Spies Him Breaking Into Stores

Thanks to the presence of surveillance cameras located within a laundromat and a comic book store on Flatlands Avenue, an alleged burglar now faces jail time. More...

Victim ID’ed, Suspect Still Wanted In Shooting

Police have identified the man who was shot in the middle of the night and left on the ground at Flatlands 4th Street between East 108th and East 105th streets on February 20th. However, the hunt for the gunman continues this week. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Living In A Futuristic World, Bloomberg’s Ideas Are Perfect!

When I was a kid, I loved to watch syndicated episodes of the cartoon show The Jetsons. I still wonder if some of the “jokes” about the future aren't too far off. More...

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Letters/Opinion

What's your opinion?

Question: In light of recent crimes that have occurred in Canarsie, do you feel safe in the community? Why or why not? More...

Anecdote

ANECDOTE FLASHBACK Originally published 3/4/2010

© 2010 Jonathan Gies More...

Sports

Lady Chiefs Sparkling Toward Division Playoffs

Last season, the Canarsie Educational Campus girls’ basketball team posted a 10-6 record, and made it to the first round of the playoffs, losing 51-46 to Baruch College Campus. A fine season nonetheless. More...

Former Lady Vikings Return To South Shore For Alumni Game

Last Saturday, former South Shore High School basketball players from teams dating back to the early 1990s to as recent as 2011, returned to participate in the alumni game against Malik Fraternity. More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

Here’s Why It’s Tough To Pass Gun Ban Legislation

Last week, representatives in at least five states introduced bills in their respective (not necessarily respectful) legislatures to outlaw federal bans on automatic and semi-automatic high-powered weapons, along with full capacity gun ammunition. More...

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