Monthly Archives: April 2013

Hope and Reality: The St. John’s Men’s Basketball 2012-13 Season

At the beginning of the season there were high hopes for the St. John’s Men’s Basketball team to do something special this year, but a roller coaster season pushed those dreams to the sidelines.

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EV Taxis May Be the NEW Taxi of Tomorrow

Six EV Nissan Leaf taxis will be on the streets of New York City starting today, ironically months before the NV200 dubbed Taxi of Tommorrow will be released.

Have You Heard About God the Mother?

Heard about God the Mother? Membership for the World Mission Society Church of God, which believes God also has a female image, has risen exponentially in recent years. But some say it’s a cult.

Fans Discriminate WNBA During Draft

It’s still a man’s world, and during the 2013 Women’s National Basketball Association Draft on Monday night, twitter users took the time to make that clear.

Howard Beach Autism Center Opens After Sandy Setback

After a six-month delay following Sandy, about 200 parents, children, staff members and politicians attended the grand opening of the $5.9 million New York Families for Autistic Children (NYFAC) center in Howard Beach on April 7.

Hurricane Sandy 2012

Photos of Sheepshead Bay and Brighton Beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in October, 2012.