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March 12, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: What do you think of the Mayor’s decision to close public schools to observe two Muslim holidays? What other holidays do you think public schools should observe?

“It’s not necessary, because most public school students and staff are not Muslim - and those that are Muslim could be excused for those days. More...

Neighborhood News

Neighborhood News

Happy Birthday to our daughter Toni who will will be celebrating her special day on Tuesday, March 17th. We love you to the moon and back and wish you happiness always. Love, Mom & Dad.  P. S. Happy Birthday to the best Mommy in the world. More...

Sports

PSAL Area Hoops Playoff Semifinals Round-Up

This past week saw two teams meet different fates, as Thomas Jefferson was ousted from the postseason while the South Shore Lady Vikings will move on to play for the Championship at Madison Square Garden.  South Shore Lady Vikings  More...

Guest Column

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Save Anything You Can

Sometimes the dentist can save only part of a tooth (usually a molar) because of extreme bone loss or a vertical fracture involving half the tooth. Half a tooth, however, ViEws is better than none. More...

Anger And Depression

Depression is the overwhelming feeling of sadness and hopelessness. I have written about its symptoms before, but they are worth mentioning again.  More...

Other News

Students Are Getting In Shape For A Good Cause

P.S. 115’s annual Hoops and Jump Rope for Heart event was hosted last week and successfully promoted physical fitness while raising money for the American Heart Association. More...

Canarsie Synagogue Brings Community Together For Purim

On Thursday, March 5th, Young Israel of Canarsie, located at East 108th Street and Avenue M, celebrated Purim, a Jewish holiday that commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian Empire, where, according to biblical history More...

Press Conference Held To Step Up Search Efforts For Missing Man

Three weeks have passed since the Gewirtz family of Marine Park saw their 20-year-old autistic son Brian, and the search continues to expand across the five boroughs.  More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

We’re All Performing For An Unethically Operating “Circus”

Years ago, I went with my mother and sister to the circus when it was at Marine Park. More...

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