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Marine Park residents gathered behind the Carmine Carro Community Center for the annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony to remember those who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks in Lower Manhattan. Political leaders, clergy, and members of the NYPD and FDNY paused for a moment of

On Sunday, September 10th – one day before tragedy struck the World Trade Center – elected officials, local leaders and community residents gathered inside Canarsie Park to pay homage to those who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers. The

The 7th annual NYPD Motorcycle and Car Show for the families of NYPD Fallen Heroes took place on Saturday, August 19th. Car enthusiasts lined up along Avenue V, between Flatbush Avenue and Kimball Street, in anticipation of a great afternoon of auto excitement. Over 50 cars

Sunrise Senior Living of Mill Basin, located at 5905 Strickland Avenue, held a Barbecue and Antique Car Show to the delight of residents on Saturday, August 26th, a welcome return after a two-year hiatus due to COVID. Under a warm, blue sunny sky, the chef

As the sun began to set inside Marine Park, concertgoers set up their chairs in anticipation of an evening of rock and roll music by Decades Band, a group that has performed many times at the Marine Park Summer Concert Series. As a cool evening

Marine Park concertgoers were treated to a demonstration of 3D printing where a digital file creates the model which eventually transfers to the printer. Curious adults and children assembled in front of the Carmine Carro Community Center where Michael Danza, who teaches 3D printing at Kingsborough

The Science Department of Marine Park JHS 278,located at 1925 Stuart Street, held a Science Expo on Friday, May 19th, where young scientists had all sorts of projects on display at their demonstration tables, including Slimy Science, Health Care, Gardening, Hydroponics, Urban Advantage, Hockey, Earth

Car lovers visited the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan for the New York International Auto Show, where auto manufacturers showcased their latest designs and sporty colors, everything from Ford, Jeep, Toyota, Kia, Honda, Chevy and Subaru to Lamborghini. There was a lot of emphasis on

Thanksgiving cheer filled the air as the Kings Theatre presented its annual holiday luncheon with free Thanksgiving dinners for all. An estimated crowd of over 300 people lined up for probably the best-tasting Thanksgiving dinner you could imagine. Hot turkey, stuffing, ham, sweet potatoes, rice,