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Blizzard — And Aftermath — Hits Canarsiens Hard

If you think Canarsie and the rest of Brooklyn had a bad time of it during the Blizzard of 2010 and its aftermath — you’re right! More...

Controversial Poetry Book Used At P.S. 279 To Be Edited

Just before city schools’ closed for Christmas vacation last week, a book of poems became the center of controversy at Public School 279 in School District 18.  More...

Marine Park Resident Seeks Kidney Donor

Lifelong Marine Park resident Frank Guariglia is in need of a kidney donor. As a result of a degenerative kidney disease, this once energetic, 41-year-old New York City schoolteacher is in dire need of a kidney for transplant.   More...

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Giving To Our Communities This Holiday Season

For many New Yorkers, this is the time to begin writing thank you notes for all the gifts received during the holiday season. More...

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MQH Ceremony Brightens Up The Neighborhood

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Inspirational ‘Survivor’ Tree Planted At 9/11 Memorial

Mayor Michael Bloomberg, 9/11 Memorial President Joe Daniels, Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe and three 9/11 survivors last week planted the “Survivor Tree” at the 9/11 Memorial Plaza, marking its homecoming More...


Question: What do you think you’ll remember most about 2010 five years from now? Briefly explain.
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This Week's Attitude

Random, Rambling Thoughts Of The Past Year

This Week’’Attitude

It’s redundant to say that 2010 was eventful. What year isn’t? Over 365 days, something’s always goin’ on. More...

View From the Middle

2010: Some Good Memories; But Some Bad Too!

View From The Middle

The first two weeks of 2010 began with only a modicum of exciting or newsworthy events, especially those of local consequence. More...

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