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Letters/Opinion

What's Your Opinion?

Question: Are you looking forward to the opening of Fairway, the new supermarket in Georgetown? Where have you been doing your shopping since Waldbaum’s closed? More...

On A Mission To Help Schoolchildren Succeed

Dear Editor:   As the new school year resumes, my thoughts turn to those students who have the will to succeed but not always the resources. Too often we hear about dreams extinguished by a lack of opportunity across our nation. More...

More Support For Dr. Joe

Dear Editor:   I am writing in regard to the recent letter to the editor regarding Dr. Joe’s Shoe Repair.  Based upon the letter, it appears that the building in which Dr. More...

Guest Column

Interpreting Your Dreams

Dreams can shed enormous light on your inner world. They are the best tool for gaining an understanding of yourself. More...

VIEWS ON DENTAL HEALTH

A Better Way To Take A Bite

Is it really necessary to replace an adult’s missing teeth with a fixed bridge or partial denture? The answer is a definite YES! The reasons are quite simple. More...

Other News

East 104th Block Party A Big Hit!

The East 104th Street Block Association held its first block party on Saturday, September 3rd. The event, which ran from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., featured a DJ, relay races, music and plenty to eat. More...

Second Fatal Shooting In Two Weekends

A man was shot and killed on an otherwise quiet, suburban-like Canarsie street early Sunday morning, marking the second fatal shooting in the 69th Precinct over a one-week period.  More...

Woman Breaks Free From Nude Sicko

A woman narrowly escaped her attacker last week and saved herself from a situation that could have ended a lot worse.  Police responded to a call from the victim around 11:15 p.m. on Monday, August 29th. More...

Sports

Throwing The Final Pitch Of The Season In Seaview Park

The 69th Precinct Community Council held its final baseball game of the season on Wednesday, August 31st. The game ended in a 6-6 tie between Team Blue and Team Gray. More...

Canarsie Chiefs Turn To Youth For New Season

After losing over 20 players to graduation in 2015, the Canarsie Chiefs are leaning on last year’s junior varsity squad to step it up this season. More...

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