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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: There is a new movement to put a woman on the $20 bill. How do you feel about this and why? Who would you like to see on the $20 bill?

“If a man can go on the $20 bill, then so can a woman. Celia Cruz. I believe that any woman can go on the bill - if they give people a positive feeling - and a positive direction/respect.” Jaime I., Crown Heights More...

Sports

Heading For A Home Run With The 69th Pct. Baseball League

Wednesday’s Game

The summer heat didn’t deter youngsters in the community from coming out to play baseball. The 69th Precinct’s baseball program kept them running and fielding. More...

St. Kitts & Nevis Claim First Seed, Guyana Shutout High-Powered St. Lucia

Perseverance was the story last Sunday, as St. Kitts & Nevis leapfrogged from third place to first in the eastern zone, while Guyana outplayed the top seed from the western zone.  St. More...

Heather Hardy TKOs Opponent In Rematch At The Barclays To Remain Undefeated

Heather “The Heat” Hardy didn’t feel Renata Domsodi (12-6, 4 KOs) deserved another shot at her World Boxing Council (WBC) super-bantamweight title after their April bout at the Barclays Center ended in a no-contest. More...

Special Sections

Other News

Music Lovers “Witness” A Great Concert in Local Park

Everyone loves State Senator Marty Golden’s annual Summer Concert Series, but the popular concerts got off to a late start this season. More...

August Off To A Bloody Start

Community advocates and politicians have been trying their best to combat gun violence in our area. More...

Dribbling And Dancing – Thanks To The 69th Pct. Community Council

For kids who joined the 69th Precinct Community Council Basketball and Drama Camp on Monday, it was a whirlwind of action. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Being Stopped By A Cop – Common Sense Or Senseless

Car stops have become commonplace in communities all over our country. In many recent cases, confrontations with police officers have escalated – resulting in civilian injuries and even death. More...

Guest Column

THE POINTING FINGER

Planned Parenthood in The News...Again

Every year or two, at least one Planned Parenthood puff’n’snuff manages to get filmed saying something so vile and stupid that it even offends an occasional Democrat. What do they put in the arugula over there? or is it the Merlot?  More...

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Make 1st Visit Pleasant

Do you have apprehensions about taking your child to the dentist for his or her first checkup? Well, your child’s first visit to the dentist does not have to be for a checkup. More...

PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY, SYMPTOMS AND ALCOHOLISM

The immediate goal of all psychotherapy is to eliminate or lessen suffering. This means removing the distressing symptoms the patient is experiencing. More...

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