January 22, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page


Don’t Ignore Women’s Progress!

“Telling It like It Is,” in your opinion (“I’ll Start A Fire When It Comes To Equal Rights,” January 8, 2015) felt more like telling it like it was in 1965. More...


Week 7 PSAL Area Hoops Round-Up

With the season winding down, area basketball squads stepped up, and won all of the tilts on their respective schedules.  Canarsie – Brooklyn Boys A East  Canarsie 58 – Grady 51  More...

Lady Chiefs Stumble Against Non-League Competition, But Remain Undefeated in Conference

It was an up-and-down week for Canarsie girls basketball, losing two games to non-league opponents. Fortunately for the Lady Chiefs, they were able to beat both Brooklyn East A teams, and remain unbeaten and in first place in their conference. More...

Guest Column


Some Unknown Dental Facts

Did you know that archaeologists have evidence to dental work in teeth dating back more than 5,000 years, indicating that dental awareness may have begun in the Neolithic period? The first toothbrushes were used by the ancient Chinese. More...

Having Trouble Making Efforts?

Many people complain of being unable to do things to help themselves or make their lives better. More...

Other News

Section of Broken Down Brooklyn Greenway Finally Paved

Bike enthusiasts have something to look forward to this spring – they won’t have to carry their bicycles over a sandy strip near Plumb Beach or risk their lives riding on the Belt Parkway – now that the Plumb Beach- Sheepshead Bay b More...

Community Demands End To Violence

Last week, the parents of 15- year-old Isiah Joseph, who was shot in broad daylight on Sunday, January 11th at East 56th Street and Avenue H, joined community advocates in the fight against gun violence.  More...

Bergen Beach Residents May Take To The Streets

Members of the Bergen Beach Civic Association (BBCA) were livid on Tuesday as the group discussed the growing controversy of the New Dawn Transit bus depot. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

We’re NOT A Dying Breed – No Matter What ‘They’ Say!

Stereotyping newspapers as a “dying breed,” is just that – a general assumption that readers no longer want to pick up a paper to get their news.  More...

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