Saturday, Feb. 4, 2006

Bertin, Queens bounces back

Bradd Wierzbicki had 24 points, Clyde Chapman had 14 points,six assists and eight rebounds and Lance Hazel added 10 points for Queens (15-5, 11-2 NYCAC), which led by as many as 30 in the second half. Comment.

A great Knight for White

The Flushing native knocked down 10 three-pointers, Patti Cronin was one point shy of a triple-double, scoring nine points, dishing out 14 assists and grabbing 14 rebounds and Amoy Kirlew had eight points and 11 rebounds for Queens (10-9, 6-6 NYCAC). Comment.

Friday’s High School sports scores

Rice 66, Christ the King 51. Comment.

Friday, Feb. 3, 2006

A BRITISHER’S VIEW: Welcome to the World of Fundamental Islam, Folks

CONSUMER CORNER

Are You Hardcore Enough For Prospect Pk Run?

Tightening the Noose On Hit And Run Drivers

Poetry Times Ten In Brooklyn

Cupid’s Goodies For Sale

Miller’s ‘American Clock’

Borough Hall Hosts Real Estate Executive Cover Boy

New Programs In Judaism At the Park Slope Jewish Center

Historian Takes You On a Sweeping Journey Through Bklyn

Bloomy And the Beep

Fillmore First: Borough Hall Hosts Real Estate Executive Cover Boy

Sackett Group to Stage Live Production of Arthur Miller’s ‘American Clock’

Historian Promises to Take You On a Sweeping Journey Through Brooklyn

Showing restraint: Newtown beats Forest Hills

Three days after Epiphanny Prince smashed the national scholastic scoring record with 113 points in a 137-32 win over Louis Brandeis, the twin notions of sportsmanship and basketball etiquette came into play during a girls' game between Forest Hills and Newtown Friday. Comment.

POLICE BLOTTER

Beep Lauds Real Estate Executive Cover Boy At Borough Hall

Historian Takes You On a Sweeping Journey Through Brooklyn

Astoria hit and run victim charged with drug possession

Police said they arrested one of two victims in an early morning hit and run accident in Astoria that appeared to be intentional. Comment.

Community Board 2 favors rezoning

Community Board 2 threw its support behind the city's expansive rezoning proposal for Woodside and Maspeth Thursday night, giving the plan the support of one of the two districts potentially impacted by the plan. Comment.

Thursday’s High School scores

Robert F. Wagner 100, Renaissance 37. Comment.

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006

Five injured in melee outside Elmhurst eatery

St. Robert’s edges Sacred Heart

Prep skates to historic win

Dwarf-Giraffe League: Piccolino lifts Varsi Deli past B&M Auto

DePhillips Athletic Club: Red Storm avenges lone loss, beats Fighting Irish

The Butler Did It: Sealy legacy lives on at SJU

After delays MTA acquires private Jamaica Bus Lines

Alleged shoplifter arrested at Rite Aid

Rockaway dad indicted in daughter’s death

Rosedale captain arrested on Rikers

2 charged in Jamaica prostitution sting

Middle Village blaze injures two

Flushing woman rescued from kitchen fire

Jamaica man charged in roomate stabbing

Jamaica house fire brings 65 firefighters

Man succumbs to burns from fire

Two charged in alleged Franny Lew drag race

Melee outside lounge sends five to hospital

Robbers get $6,000 from Flushing 99 Cent

Everything Is New At Senior League of Flatbush

Arthur Miller Theater

Daffodils Bloom In Renewed Fight Against Cancer

Sixth grade to remain at PS 159 now

MDC Offers Help With Medicare Part D Paperwork

Honest Abe Is Back - And Brooklyn Has Got Him

Join Masons In Safeguarding Kids

Helpful Resource For Disabled

Pythians to Tee-Off Against Diabetes

Back to the Basics of Prayer At St. Thomas Aquinas

Entrepreneurial Training

Historian Promises a Sweeping Journey Though Brooklyn

Firefighters rescue five from Flushing apartment

Everything Is New Again For Senior League of Flatbush

Brooklyn History

Join the Masons In Safeguarding Kids

AIDS Curriculum In Schools

Forum Focuses On Family Matters

Seaview Jewish Center Events & Programs

Take 15 Weeks to Learn How to Grow Your Business

Dist. 18 CEC Meet

Historian Takes You On a Sweeping Journey Through Brooklyn

Pythians Tee-Off For Diabetes

Safeguarding Your Child

Kiwanians Make HeartShare Flutter

Lulus Must Be Stopped

Getting Back to the Basics of Prayer At St. Thomas Aquinas

Charged with impersonating DEP police

Poole, 43, of Roosevelt, New York, will be charged with criminal impersonation 2nd degree and grand larceny in the 4th degree. If convicted, he faces up to four years imprisonment. Comment.

Montefiore and Our Lady of Mercy form common-parent entity

Bronx patients are about to receive the best of both worlds as Montefiore and Our Lady of Mercy medical centers have come to an agreement that will expand services and enhance healthcare delivery to borough residents. Comment.

49th investigates pedestrian death

A tragic crash last week resulted in the death of a pedestrian struck by an ambulette on Waters Place, with the ensuing police investigation snarling traffic in the area and on the nearby Hutchinson River Parkway for hours. Comment.

Former Bronx top cop promoted

He helped spearhead the record-breaking crime reduction in the Bronx. Drug traffickers learned to fear him. And now organized crime is about to feel the wrath of Assistant Chief Anthony Izzo. Comment.

CB 6 presents NY Yankees Scholarship stipends to 5 students

The best knows the best when it sees it. Comment.

Bronx Leadership Academy guidance counselor cited for her inspiration

Junior Achievement of New York (JANY), a group that introduces students to business and economics, runs programs at more than 45 schools in New York City, witnessing the work of dozens of teachers and school administrators. Comment.

With new partnership, Walton

On its own, the Green Teen program at Walton High School seemed successful enough. Comment.

Rosedale residents clearly back downzoning at CB 9 development meeting

Residents of a small central Bronx enclave known as Rosedale overwhelmingly endorsed on Tuesday, January 18, a homegrown plan to downzone their neighborhood to allow only one- and two-family standalone homes. Comment.

Kingsbridge Armory may have starring role in vampire movie

Warner Brothers Studios is in the process of closing a deal to rent the 94-year-old Kingsbridge Armory for seven months to film a vampire movie. Comment.

Masked men stick-up mini-market

MTA cleans up confusion over Gun Hill community bus routes

MTA officials finally put their foot on the brakes halting several bus drivers from traveling illegally through residential streets in the Gun Hill Road community and have cleared up the confusion surrounding the potentially dangerous situation the drivers brought on the neighborhood. Comment.

45th officers save bound hostage in dramatic Sampson Ave. rescue

Officers from the 45th Precinct may have saved a hostage from being shot to death on Sampson Avenue last week, authorities said. Comment.

Stable squatter to fight eviction

The embattled owner of Bronxbuster horse stables on Pelham Parkway this week is digging in and circling the wagons, pledging to sue the city and stay put even as the process to evict him moves forward. Comment.

Yanks

Villa Maria Academy inducts 6 into Phys. Ed Hall of Fame

When Frank Parisi was a young student at Villa Maria Academy, he dreamed of one day taking to the air as a fighter pilot. He recalls drawing a picture for a class project of an F-16 with his name in block letters proudly above the fighter jet. Comment.

Vacca, DOB halt Ellsworth Ave. project

A contractor hoping to build a two-family house on a former side yard in Throggs Neck had his project halted on Tuesday, January 24, after Councilman Jimmy Vacca raised objections to the Department of Buildings (DOB). Comment.

Baby gorilla born at Bronx Zoo

The Bronx Zoo welcomed a new member to its family as an adorable gorilla was born on Wednesday, January 11. Comment.

Guns, more on tap for mayor mtg.

When Mayor Michael Bloomberg takes the microphone at St. Frances de Chantal Church on Tuesday, February 6, one topic is almost sure to dominate: his redoubled push to keep illegal guns off New York City streets. Comment.

Smithsonian building

Pelham Bay residents holding out hope that the 47-house Waterbury Estates complex might still shrink and the large Smithsonian Institution storage building on Bruckner Boulevard might remain standing caught an unlucky break last week. Comment.

Police bust 20 suspects in Bronx-based heroin trafficking ring

Police this week arrested 20 suspects to help put an end to a major Bronx-based drug operation that had been transporting heroin from Panama to the United States for sale in the borough and elsewhere. Comment.

New car dealership opens in the shadow of Bronx County

General Motors is gearing up to open a new Chevrolet-Saturn dealership in the shadow of the Bronx, affording borough residents another spot to purchase the car of their dreams. Comment.

80 Years Young And Going Strong: Special B’day Wishes

Historian Takes You On a Sweeping Journey Through Bklyn

Guild For Exceptional Children Gets New Controller

Hey, Sinatra, Is That Really You?

Medicare Got You Stumped?

Join the Masons In Safeguarding Your Children

Youngsters Put On the Dog For New Year

Bearing Witness to Holocaust Horrors

B’hurst Students Play By the Numbers And Win

Shoreview Nursing Home Remembers the 6 Million

Ribbon Is Cut On New Toni Alessandro Resource Ctr.

Back to the Basics of Prayer

Consumer Corner

POLICE BLOTTER

Blooming Daffodils Renew Fight Against Cancer

Pythians Tee-Off Against Diabetes

ID Kits Can Safeguard Your Kid

Get Help Obtaining a H.S. Diploma

Honest Abe Coming to Brooklyn

Lady Hornets B-Ball Tryouts

Vacancy On Dist. 21 CEC

Southeast and Western Queens Community Calendar

Wednesday’s High School scores

McClancy 64, Xavier 58. Comment.

Fort Totten janitor pleads guilty to ID theft

A Fort Totten janitor charged in November with stealing the identity of a soldier overseas and making illegal charges to a credit card in the soldier's name pleaded guilty and will be sentenced to between 18 months and three years in prison, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Wednesday. Comment.

Norhteast Queens Community Calendar

Bayside’s Byzantio shut down by police

Police Tuesday shut down Byzantio Cafe, the Bayside nightspot where a 19-year-old Rego Park woman was allegedly served a drink in November the night the car she was driving crashed and killed a passenger, according to Lt. Daniel Heffernan of the 111th Precinct. Comment.

Queens College students fight tuition hikes

Politically conscious Queens College students who have enrolled in a New York Public Interest Research Group course petitioned classmates Wednesday to urge Gov. George Pataki to shelve a planned tuition hike. Comment.

Crowley defeated in bid for Democratic caucus post

U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-Jackson Heights) lost his bid for the fourth-highest leadership position in the House Democratic Caucus Wednesday, the Associated Press reported, a blow to the pro-labor congressman who had been leading in informal head counts over the past several months. Comment.

Ticket illegally parked trucks on Francis Lewis Boulevard

Patients at Flushing Hospital can avail of multilingual services

Our forefathers gave us a republic

Under R2A zoning, most houses could be expanded

Don’t let Congress keep the Patriot Act

Arts & Entertainment Calendar

Does the Diocese have any plans for Catholic schools?

The Bravest

Enough! ÁBastantes! Genug!

Free enterprise gets mugged

Bosses lose control Over picking judges

Two low-cost ways to prospect for leads

St. John’s women fall to Rutgers

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Entering the game ranked in the Associated Press Top 25 for the first time in 22 years, the St. John's women's basketball team was downright giddy. But their expressions soon soured once the game began. Comment.

Adelphi KOs Queens in first place clash

It was about as big as a regular season game gets in the New York Collegiate Athletic Conference. With identical 14-4 overall records, 10-1 in the conference, Queens College was meeting Adelphi University for the top spot in the NYCAC. Comment.

Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006

Tuesday’s High School scores

Holy Cross 85, All Hallows 73. Comment.

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006

Shoulda Called the Cops

It was very upsetting to hear about the torture death of little Nixzmary Brown. Comment.

Thank You, CB6!

Thank you for your recent vote, taken at your general meeting on January 11. Comment.

Open Letter of Apology

In the columns, I mistakenly vented my anger at the traffic enforcement agent instead of the unfair revenue policy that hurts us working families and others. I sincerely apologize to that agent for any anguish he experienced. Comment.

There’s No Excuse

No one likes to be ticketed, for double parking, or for any reason. Comment.

Monday’s High School scores

Newtown 66, Grover Cleveland 46. Comment.

Monday, Jan. 30, 2006

POLICE BLOTTER - C

Upcoming Civic Meetings - BayR

POLICE BLOTTER - BAYR

Online Scorecard For Area Hospitals

New Skipper For Cyclones

‘The Orphan Singer’

It’s Carnival Time On Pearl St.

Sleep In the Deep

Radical Voices Speak Out With New Life

AROUND THE CLOCK January 27-February 5

Ghost In the Machine: Body, Mind, Spirit Explored

Old Time Country

Intriguing ‘Pairings’ Peek Under Masks

Slapstick, Magic & More

Best of B’way

Afro-Brazilian Dance

Swap Some Songs

Undersea Love: Singles Night At The Aquarium

Urban And Wild

Brooklyn Public Library Puts On the Dog

Battling Gospel Choirs

A People’s History

The Soldier In Drag

Provocative Authors

Africans In America

BAX Explores Crashing Guitars And Other Sounds

Black Rock Coalition

Ancient Tales & Horn Blowing

Remembering Brooklyn
HARP Heroes Help Keep PBY Legacy Alive & Well

Listening to the Military channel, the PBY Catalina was the subject. The PBY performed far beyond expectations in the Pacific sinking a large number of ships. The feat was so remarkable that General MacArthur gave them a special commendation. When a high ranking naval officer asked how the PBY squadron could accomplish such destruction of the Japanese warships with the limited capabilities of the PBY which was not designed for this type of action, the pilot replied, saying that they just didn't know that the PBY wasn't designed that way. He said that they just did it. Comment.

A Britisher’s View
France Now Shuns ‘Virtue of Dialogue Over the Power of Force’

The land of "liberty, equality and brotherhood" is back-pedaling to save its national pride and hide. Comment.

Big Screechers
Bravo: Big Slaute to Lys McLaughlin of the CENYC

What An Elegant, Swellegant Party For Lys McLaughlin's Retirement. Comment.

POLICE BLOTTER - c

POLICE BLOTTER - f

Your Guide to Upcoming Civic Meetings - f

Neighborhood Civic Meetings - K

POLICE BLOTTER - K

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