By Jerry Del Priore The United States Army Reserve began its new advertising campaign, “All Solider,” last month with a new television ad, digital landing page and social media content. It features a Brooklynite, Frantz Souffrant, a Chief Warrant Officer 2 in the Army Reserve and New York City Police Lieutenant. Souffrant, a Canarsie resident and … Continue reading Brooklynite Highlighted In Army Reserve Ad Campaign
Former Canarsien Uses Neighborhood Roots and Music Passion to Succeed
By Jerry Del Priore As a kid growing up in Canarsie, Edmund Bini displayed a love for music, which, he said, he acquired from his mother, an avid dancer who attempted to teach him The Hustle. Bini’s passion for music grew as his school and neighborhood’s diversity exposed him to the hip-hop lifestyle, still in … Continue reading Former Canarsien Uses Neighborhood Roots and Music Passion to Succeed
Canarsie 2015 Football Season Preview: Chiefs Strive To Be Hated
By Jerry Del Priore No one can blame Canarsie head varsity football coach Kyle Allen for wanting to be hated by other PSAL teams. Most top squads aren’t liked because of their consistent winning ways. “If people don’t hate you, something is wrong,” Allen explained. “There are a lot of people that hate E Hall … Continue reading Canarsie 2015 Football Season Preview: Chiefs Strive To Be Hated
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