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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: On June 13th, Canarsie will host a gun buyback program at a local church. Do you think this will help efforts to take firearms off the streets? Why or why not?

“I think everybody will get rid of their old guns - and then use the money to buy new guns. Confiscate all guns - and that will take firearms off the streets.” Joe M., Flatbush More...

A Heartfelt Message Of Hope

A copy of the following letter was addressed to Police Commissioner Bill Bratton from the 69th Precinct Community Council President Gardy Brazela. Dear Police Commissioner Bratton,  More...

Piering Into A Better Place

Dear Editor: Just wanted to bring to your attention the condition of Canarsie Pier. I, and many others, love this landmark of Canarsie and enjoy it every day. More...

Sports

Canarsie Baseball Caps 4-1 Week With Dramatic 10-9 Comeback Win

Circumstances looked bleak for the Chiefs after they fell behind, 9-3, at the end of the fourth inning. But that all changed as Canarsie slowly began to chip away at the lead. More...

Guest Column

The Patient’s Job In Psychotherapy

A frequent question asked by new patients in psychotherapy is, “Am I doing this right?” In most cases they are. The new patient usually comes into therapy in much distress and with much to say. More...

The Tooth Must Go

To relieve overcrowding: Occasionally there are too many teeth in the dental arch. Overcrowding can produce diseases, loosening, crooked teeth and a bad bite. More...

Other News

It’s Fiesta Time At Four Seasons Nursing Home

Get out the guacamole and party favors – it’s Cinco de Mayo! The recreational staff at Four Seasons Nursing Home, 1555 Rockaway Parkway, proved that they know how to celebrate Cinco de Mayo – known as the Mexican day of pride.  More...

Friendly Ride Turns Dangerous For Teen

A 14-year-old who simply wanted a ride from a so-called “friend” is still in critical condition at Brookdale Hospital this week after she was thrown from the back of his motorcycle and left in the middle of an East New York street. More...

High Quality Primary Health Care Center To Serve East New York

Last week, Brookdale Hospital representatives, elected officials and the world’s third oldest living person cut the ribbon on a new family medical center, which will serve the East New York and Starrett City communities.  More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Let’s Not Waffle On This Type Of Food Control!

From Coney Island to Union Square you’ll find those elusive unlicensed vendors – usually women – selling delicious churros to the public. Delicious? Okay, most churros, by the time they hit the streets, are hard and cold. More...

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