Last week, we celebrated Independence Day — an opportunity to reflect on the values that make the American Dream possible in our city. Public safety and livability are two such foundational commitments — allowing every New Yorker to pursue their dreams without fear for their

The summer season heats up at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition (BWAC) starting Saturday, July 13  with a pair of new shows: The Art of Coney Island 3, and In the Neighborhood.  The Art of Coney Island 3 is the latest edition of BWAC’s popular

The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that there would be no trash, curbside compost or recycling collection on Thursday, July 4, 2024, Independence Day. Residents who normally receive Thursday trash or curbside compost collection should place their material at the curb Thursday evening for collection starting Friday,

Image source Online slot communities and forums have become popular hubs for enthusiasts of slot machine games worldwide. These platforms provide a virtual space where players can connect, share experiences, exchange tips, and discuss everything related to online slots. Whether you’re a seasoned player or

June 17th, 2024 As the second Black mayor of New York City, I am proud to celebrate Juneteenth, a day that commemorates June 19, 1865, when every enslaved Black American was finally free. This is a day of importance not just for Black Americans, but

Collection for all Wednesday Material Begins Thursday The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that there would be no trash, curbside compost or recycling collection on Juneteenth, Wednesday, June 19, 2024. Residents who normally receive Wednesday trash, curbside compost or recycling collection should place their material at the

June 3, 2024 Last weekend, we unofficially kicked off the summer in New York City during Memorial Day weekend. Our beaches are open for the season, and our public pools will open June 27. New York City has so much to see and do that

Moving to a new home is an exciting time, but it can feel overwhelming. However, with strategic planning and execution, you can streamline the process and minimize stress. Here is a comprehensive guide to help you achieve a hassle-free move. Plan Strategically Start your moving

On Saturday, June 1, the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition launches four of new shows, the second series  of exhibitions in its current spring season:  Works on Paper  The Cardinal Compass: A Collection of North Carolina Artists  The Creative Process  Shirley Kaplan: The Creative Process  Works

The Canarsie Courier wishes our digital designer, Vicki, a very Happy Birthday on Saturday, May 25th! Enjoy the day!

When we came to office two years ago, we had a clear vision: protect public safety, rebuild our economy, and make this city more livable for hardworking New Yorkers.  But the increase of unlicensed smoke and cannabis shops across the five boroughs is one of the

Brooklyn, NY –State Senator Kevin Parker stands in solidarity with educators across America as the nation celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week. Recognizing the invaluable contributions teachers make to our communities, Senator Parker champions the reintroduction of a comprehensive legislative package, aimed at ensuring these bills receive

On April 13th, I, Barrington Richards of Fine Choice Realty and President of the Brooklyn Board of Realtors, had the privilege of attending the Building Black Wealth Community Day program presented by the Bedford-Stuyvesant Real Estate Board. This impactful event featured a panel of industry

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, committed against the United States by the al-Qaeda Islamist group killed 2,977 people and injured thousands, while the devastating health effects caused by the hundreds of thousands of tons of debris containing toxic contaminants and carcinogens are still

First-in-the-nation bill incentivizes the retention and hiring of local journalists NEW YORK – Today, Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature unveiled the final state budget, including a payroll tax credit for local news outlets, modeled on the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, in