"Principal for a Day" Raymond Goulbourne (center), a vice president with Black Entertainment Television, and the real Principal Penny Grinage work with P.S. 135 second graders.
P.S. 244 student David Straker and his K/1-231 teacher Debra Bullen.
Visiting a 3rd grade class during her P.S. 276 "Principal for a Day" stint is executive Michelle Byrd (2nd from right). Also pictured are (l. to r.) assistant principal Pauline Smith Gayle, assistant principal Warren Glenn and Principal Diane Weiss.
Too many truckers ignore sign at the corner which prohibits their traffic on E. 108th Street. Charles Rogers
Jimmy and his buddy "The Fonz."
Canarsien Jimmy Diele - also known as "Cousin Vinny" - helms his own show on weekends at Y-107.
Diele with former boss Robin Leach.
If you're collecting photos of famous people, you just have to have a shot of Regis Philbin, Here's Regis with Jimmy and girl friend Gina Guilano.
Tony Bennett received a nice gift from Jimmy.
Re-elected president of Mill Basin Civic Association Paula Whitney beams as she welcomed guests.
Congratulating Mrs. Whitney are, left to right, Assemblyman Frank Seddio, Bruce Solomon, representing Congressman Ed Towns, and Congressman Anthony Weiner. Photos by Marsha Sereno
Mill Basin Civic Association's newly-installed officers and board members
Holy Family maintenance worker Tony Cooper holds the fledgling pigeon he is nursing back to health. Neil S. Friedman
South Shore High School's Boys Junior Varsity Brooklyn Division Basketball Champions.
A 69th Precinct vehicle sits in front of P.S. 279 on E. 104th St. Tuesday morning while officers search the building after it was reported the District 18 school received anonymous bomb threats. Photo by Neil S. Friedman
A heavy duty rig gnaws at the remainder of 100-year-old house at East 92nd Street and Conklin Avenue.