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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Do you frequent the Canarsie Pier? Do you feel a lot more improvements are still needed at the site and why?

“I enjoy coming to the pier a lot. They make a big deal about the pier and needed improvements. Actually, it just needs more trees - more of a natural surrounding.” John Sacerdote, Canarsie More...

To The Avid Grammar Police

Dear DB Canarsie:  For many years, you have sent us letters critiquing our editors. First it was Charles Rogers, then Neil Friedman, and now Dara Mormile.  More...

Still Drawing From Past Experiences

Dear Editor, Just to clarify Dara Mormile’s article on “No Bridge To the Future” in the May 28th edition, the Canarsie Courier has, in point of fact, reported on the Mill Basin reconstruction since 1998. More...

Sports

Thunderstorm Plays Part In Second Week Of Caribbean Cup Soccer Tourney

It’s not often that soccer matches get called, as play continues in just about the worst weather condition possible. More...

Guest Column

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

The Acid Test

Acid in your mouth causes tooth decay. Once acid eats a hole in the enamel of a tooth, bacteria has a field day in destroying the tooth, unless treated in time. More...

The Psychotherapist Listens To His Patient

The most important job of the psychotherapist is to listen to his patient. The way the psychotherapist listens is very different from the way we listen to people in the course of regular social conversation. More...

Other News

Prom-goers Get Blinged Up At Special Giveaway

Everyone wants to look great for their prom – whether it be for junior high or high school. More...

Old Mill Basin Street Co-Named After Bus Driver

On December 1st, 2008, B46 bus operator Edwin Thomas was murdered by an enraged passenger who stabbed him to death. More...

BP Adams Wants NYCHA Roof Repairs To Be Top Priority

Hitting the pavement is the best way to get to the root of a problem going on in the community. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Why Youths Should Defend Their Country, Not Themselves

When I covered a recent event at P.S./I.S. 66, I realized that many of our youngsters are caught up in a world of violence and getting approval from their peers – who don’t necessarily make the best decisions for their future.  More...

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