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Friday, Sept. 5, 2008

Williamsburg

GAVEL TO GAVEL

Back on the ballot Comment
Williamsburg

Pull the lever for Simcha Felder

When addressing the hotly contested race for the 21st State Senate District in Flatbush, incumbent Kevin Parker tells both the press and longtime supporters that he is a victim of “term limits.” Comment
Williamsburg

Michael McMahon should be your man in Congress

With two strong candidates to choose from on Primary Day, September 9th, Democrats in the 13th Congressional District are fortunate. Comment
Williamsburg

Maisel for Assembly

With Albany facing tumultuous times ahead with its economy, residents of the 59th Assembly District will need someone who can surf through this political tsunami. Comment
Williamsburg

Ed Towns for the 11th District

When Democratic voters in the 11th Congressional District go to the polls next week, they’ll be asked to choose between longtime incumbent Edolphus Towns and hip-hop writer Kevin Powell. Comment
Williamsburg NOT FOR NUTHIN’

Barack & Joe and John & Sarah

Well, now it’s done, and everyone has a running mate. Obama has Joe Biden and McCain has Sarah Palin. If it weren’t so frightening it might almost be funny. Comment
Williamsburg IT’S ONLY MY OPINION

Forget the Mets, take a cruise instead

Your letters and emails are the property of this newspaper and may be published. Please keep them short. For verification purposes only, all correspondence must contain your real name, address and telephone number. Comment
Williamsburg

CONSUMERS’ CORNER

Some things are just too hot to handle. No one wants to rap their fists around a boiling pot or slap a bare foot down on scorching asphalt. But there are some things that are always better served hot – like a hot bargain. Sizzling savings are around every corner, and don’t worry you won’t have to work across a bed of burning coals to get to ‘em, all you have to do is read the Consumer Corner. Let’s see what out there this week. Comment

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