Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Friday, Oct. 2, 2009

Canarsie

Shot following party

A 20-year-old man was shot in the back after he left a party near the corner of East 92nd Street and Conklin Avenue Saturday. Comment.
Canarsie

Base offers housing to fed workers

Talk about a safe house. Comment.
Canarsie

Kings County GOPers at odds

A leadership battle is brewing in the Kings County Republican Party. Comment.
Canarsie

Gateway watchers sound off on video

Fuggetabout the geese — local residents want Gateway’s beaches for their own fun in the sun. Comment.
Canarsie

Brooklyn pols react to prez’ swipe at Paterson run

Oh, Obama...Why’d you have to go and do something like that? Comment.
Canarsie

Autumn street fairs coming at you

You really begin to realize how populous Brooklyn is when the annual autumn street fairs draw out the crowds. Comment.
Canarsie

New mural debuts at Parkside subway station

The intersection of past and present can’t be found on any map. Comment.
Canarsie

Bklynites hunger to be ‘Next Iron Chef’

You are “The Next Iron Chef.” Three Brooklynites hope to hear those sweet words on the new season of the Food Network’s popular competition show, which premieres on October 4 at9 p.m. Comment.
Canarsie

Sampson spreads out on E. 96th St.

Canarsie State Senator and newly minted Democratic Conference Leader John Sampson’s move up the political ladder is starting to trickle down to Canarsie. Comment.
Canarsie

Bklyn confronts Topeka hate group

These guys were desperately in need of some help from a little ark builder named Noah, and it’s not because some consider them animals. Comment.
Canarsie

West Quad facilities debut

It took 50 years, but the “most beautiful college campus in America” now also boasts a handsome, state-of-the-art, athletic and student services wing %u2013 complete with ball courts and a swimming pool open to the community. Comment.
Canarsie

Russian playboy takes ownership of NBA Nets

And now, here’s your Brooklyn Nyets! Comment.
BoroBeat

Keep calm and carry on

A brush with rain doesn’t dampen the spirit of Flatbush artist Keith Monda as he tweaks his fiber glass and paint art installation at Prospect-Lefferts Gardens (PLG), Flatbush Avenue and Lincoln Place, as part of the PLG Arts Mural Project, which invited 20 Brooklyn visual artists, as well as local teens and pre-schoolers, to create eye-pleasing murals on the fencing surrounding a stalled construction project. Comment.
BoroBeat

Courageous Brooklyn teen inspires many

A Brooklyn teen who is battling a rare disease received a boost from Mayor Michael Bloomberg during a fundraiser for the Bay Ridge youth at the El Caribe Country Club. Comment.

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