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What's Your Opinion?

Question: Thirteen city schools, including five in Brooklyn, have free access to the morning after pill as part of the city’s new CATCH (Connecting Adolescents to Comprehensive Health) pilot program. More...


ANECDOTE FLASHBACK Originally published 11/11/2009

© 2009 Jonathan Gies More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Naturally, I Won’t Be Sinking My Teeth Into Organic Food

I 've already voiced my opinion on Mayor Bloomberg cracking down on those refreshing - yet sugary soft drinks (“Does Big Daddy Bloomberg Really Know What's Best” – June 14, 2012). More...

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Harvest Event Gets Things Growing In The Right Direction

Fresh vegetables and herbs are usually found exclusively in farmer’s markets and grocery stores. Proving that eggplants, peppers, pumpkins, and cucumbers aren’t just for salads, student and staff at P.S. More...


National Grid and DEC workers cordon off area at East 80th Street near Seaview Avenue while working on gas pipes. More...

School Season Back In Full Swing At CEC Meeting

Text and photo By Sam Akhtar  “This is going to be a long meeting,” uttered an audience member before the School District 18 Community Education Council (CEC) got underway Monday evening, October 1st. And how right she was.  More...

View From the Middle

View From The Middle

How Dare They Deprive Me Of My 20 Oz. Coke!

When I balked at the dictum banning cigarette smoking practically everywhere in the city, it was completely self-serving. I think “selfish” is the more proper word.  More...

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