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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: The Man in The High Castle is a story that envisions a world where the U.S. loses to the Germans in World War II. More...

Resident Shares Poetic Memory

Dear Editor:  I wrote the following poem in December 1985 about watching John F. Kennedy’s funeral on television in November 1963. Why did I wait so long to write it, when I felt the pain on the day he was killed? More...

Sports

Kingsborough Basketball With A Side Of Turkey

The gym of Hostos Community College (HCC) was filled to capacity on November 19th as the Kingsborough Community College (KCC) Wave basketball teams travelled to the Bronx to take on the Caimans. More...

Guest Column

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

Brush Up On Your Dental History

How about a little dental trivia? History books rarely mention the fact that Paul Revere was a practicing dentist. More...

Relieving Uncomfortable Feelings By “Externalizing”

One of the ways we deal with uncomfortable feelings abut ourselves is to believe that these feelings are not ours but those of other people. What this means is that instead of owning a feeling as ours, we imagine it comes from someone else. More...

Other News

Crazed Canarsie Man Charged In Thanksgiving Hit-And-Run

Twenty four-year-old Michael McBean is facing a smorgasbord of charges after his reckless driving led to a multi-car accident and the death of a wellloved Starrett City woman on Thanksgiving Day. More...

Tragic End To Retired NYPD Officer’s Life

A makeshift memorial is slowly growing at the site of a hit-and-run accident on Pennsylvania Avenue where 56-year-old Yvette Molina was clinging to life before she later died at Brookdale Hospital on Thanksgiving Day. More...

Canarsie Senior Identified As Crash Victim

A busy and dangerous crossing – and not the nasty weather – was possibly to blame for a collision that killed 64-year-old Marie Beavers. More...

Telling It Like It Is

Telling It Like It Is

Having A Blast And Fearing A Blast In NYC

Every few years, my friend Annette from Australia comes to visit. It's exciting for me – not only to see her and spend time with her face-to-face catching up on our lives, but it's also a chance for me to experience the city as a tourist.  More...

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