Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018

Monday, Feb. 19, 2018

He’s just a god from Brooklyn. Comment

Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018

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America’s immigration system should be like Canada’s

Reader Alan Podhaizer makes a valid point in that most of our ancestors were immigrants who might not fit the requirements the President would like to institute. He neglects to mention the ones they did have to adhere to. Many were turned away because of common illnesses like conjunctivitis or for minor disabilities. They were required to prove that they could support themselves or be sponsored by family or one of the many societies of landsmen which were formed for that purpose. The elderly could only brought over by established relatives who would vouch for their future support. Today, many elderly immigrants come to America to “retire” and receive benefits from a system which they never supported. A visiting nurse friend has a patient who came to th Comment

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

Prospect Heights

Lit up on screen: Library’s film fest looks at writers

Call it motion picture literature. Comment
Bay Ridge Nights

Music will carry you through the Bay Ridge Nights

This weekend in Bay Ridge will be music to your ears! Comment

Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018

The unlicensed garbage-truck operator who hit and killed a cyclist in Greenpoint last July drove for a company with a history of fatal crashes that pushes speed over safety amid a culture of malfeasance — inevitably leading to deadly collisions, those who work there and union officials claimed. Comment
Brighton Beach

Police searching for three men in connection with string of muggings

The police are asking the public to help identify two of three men who are wanted for questioning in connection with a string of four violent robberies between December and January in the Brighton Beach area. Comment
How Sweet Tits is! Comment
Police are on the lookout for two men they believe stole several cell phones from a T-Mobile store on Kings Highway on Jan. 31. Comment
This workshop has a lot of buzz! Comment
Standing O

World renowned metabolomics professor comes to LIU School of Pharmacy

Long Island University’s School of Pharmacy welcomes Dr. Jeffrey Idle, a world leader in the fields of metabolomics and pharmacogenetics, to its research staff Comment
The Right View

Manhattan DA’s plan for subway fare cheats is insane

District Attorney Cyrus Vance needs to do his job and enforce all laws, not just he ones he likes, says our columnist. Comments (2)

Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018

Coney Island’s councilman has introduced a bill to make it easier for lower-income property owners in high-risk flood zones citywide to get cheaper flood insurance. Comments (1)
The city transportation officials were a no-show at a meeting about safety plans for the Fourth Avenue “death trap” gas station just a block from an elementary school in Sunset Park, and the Department of Transportation is keeping locals in the dark, said one parent at the Feb. 9 meeting at PS 172. Comment
Hail to the chiefs! Comment
A shooter killed a 26-year-old man in Crown Heights before dawn on Friday, within walking distance of a grisly stabbing that left two people dead in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens on Wednesday night. Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018


Death of Canarsie child may have been from flu

A little girl in Canarsie who died on Feb. 10 may have been the fourth child in the city to die of the flu this season. Comment
A Gerritsen Beach pizzeria has come up with a fishy way to help customers observe Lent. Comment
Mean Streets

Sick driver charged with manslaughter for ‘preventable death’ in East Flatbush crash

The district attorney charged a sickly motorist with reckless manslaughter for hitting and killing a man in East Flatbush last year, claiming the driver with multiple sclerosis knew better than to get behind the wheel in his condition. Comment
They need to work it out so the real work can begin! Comment

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018

This run is a walk in the park! Comment
Ditmas Park

Cyber creep charged: DA indicts Ditmas Park man for targeting young girls in social-media sex scheme

A Ditmas Park man lured underage teenage girls into having sex with him using Facebook and false promises of cash, before blackmailing at least one victim with footage of their illicit affair, according to the district attorney. Comment
Its the Sahadi’s experience — on steroids! Comment

Friday, Feb. 9, 2018

The government agreed to temporarily halt the deportation of nationally known immigrants’ rights advocate Ravi Ragbir after he filed a lawsuit in federal district court on Feb. 9 alleging that the Trump administration is deliberately targeting immigrants activists who speak out on behalf of their cause. Comments (1)
They’re finally coughing up cash for the creek! Comment

Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017

Marine Park

Shoplifter snatches pricey goods, then cops nab him

Plus a host of other crimes from Marine Park’s 63rd Precinct. Comment

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