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Crime Updates Announced At 69th Precinct Council Meeting

The first 69th Precinct Community Council meeting of the calendar season was highly attended on Tuesday evening, giving residents a chance to get reacquainted with precinct officials as well as receive updates on crime statistics in the neighborhood More...

“Trees”: Big Topic At First Informed Voices Meeting

In light of the heavy rain and wind storms which recently swept through the tri-state area, Canarsiens may be thinking of getting rid of trees on or near their property. More...

Active Aging Week Gets Off To A Good Start

Officials of Millennium Development got some of the senior citizens from our neighborhoods to “get with it” and take advantage of their Active Aging Expo at Canarsie Pier last Friday. More...


Canarsie Chiefs Remain Winless After Third Straight Loss

The Canarsie High School varsity football team surrendered two quick first quarter touchdowns, then struggled to muster a sustainable offense all game long, as visiting Flushing High School crushed them 28-6 last Friday. More...

View From the Middle

“Tea Party” Mavericks Could Have The Last (Loud) Word

View From The Middle

So, what do you think? Is the tea party going to be the party of choice for the upcoming elections? You’ll notice I didn’t capitalize the name of the organization because it isn’t even a party yet. More...

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Murals Show Pride Of Victory Collegiate H.S. Grads

Most students celebrate high school graduation by going on an exciting senior trip, creating a unique yearbook and attending a once-in-a-lifetime prom.   More...

Sunrise Marks Anniversary Of Adult Day Services Week

Last week’s celebration of National Adult Day Services Week at the Sunrise Adult Day Health Care Center was rather subdued as seniors engaged in standard activities, but the walls and hallways of the 9517 Avenue J facility were sprinkled with More...

Sebago Club, Others Become Shoreline “Trash Bashers” For A Day

Together with half-a-million volunteers around the world — from Baltimore to Bangla-desh — volunteers from local seafaring outfits, individual paddlers and sailors gathered last Saturday to help collect and document the amounts and types More...


Question: More than 50 cab drivers were recently arrested in a scam where they illegally charged passengers double fares. What do you think is the appropriate punishment: suspending their hack licenses; banning them from driving a taxi again, some jail time or a substantial fine. Briefly explain.
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This Week's Attitude

TV Series Is Gleefully Entertaining — Despite Some Flaws

This Week’’s Atti tude

Once in a while a refreshing network television series comes along that’s not a rehash of an old concept. More...

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