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What's Your Opinion?

Question: Recently, a restaurant at the Canarsie Pier was torn down. What do you think should be put in its place? “I’d like to see tennis courts: free tennis courts. Maybe they could put in a basketball court as well. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Hurricane Sandy Left Too Many Noticeable Scars Behind

When I woke up Monday morning, I was starkly reminded of what happened a year ago. I remember getting to work, trying to catch up on a few stories, and then leaving early as Hurricane Sandy moved closer to the city.  More...

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These Students Are Pink – With Pride!

“Let’s go pink! Let’s go pink!” could be heard on Seaview Avenue at East 102nd Street as students from P.S. 272 completed their own walk to fight breast cancer. More...

Canarsie Remembers Sandy One Year Later

As you looked out of your window or ventured outside on Tuesday, October 29, 2013, you were able to experience a beautiful Brooklyn autumn day with the local weather forecast of a high of 55°F, clear blue skies and zero percent chance of rain or snow More...

Beloved MTA Worker Remembered At Site Of Crash

When 54-year-old Rosa Eubanks was killed in a car accident on Tuesday, October 22nd, it seemed like yet another story of a life lost to treacherous traffic in the community. More...

Guest Column



“If you like your healthcare plan, you will be able to keep your healthcare plan. If you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. More...

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