June 11, 1999 RSS feed / Columnists

Boyle-ing Points

Although the Knicks are likely to be preparing for next season by the time you read this, they managed to make the aborted season interesting, if not wholly absorbing. More...

Dorothy Dunne

So nice to see the adorable grandchildren of Barbara and Don Bruder of 220th street….Emily, two and a half, and Andrew, six. They are the daughter and son of Paul and Esilda Bruder. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

RAA had the distinction of being one of only one hundred arts organizations to be invited to the New York City Board of Education Arts Services Fair. More...

From The G-Man

They're Growing Up Too Fast

Hey people! I have a question. What’s with all of these young girls, ages 10-13, who dress up like they’re about to be cast in a Puff Daddy video? More...

Meet The Irish

When we entered our apartment after a long stay in Ireland first glance was at the painting of Robert Emmet. Good old Robert, hero of Ireland’s insurrection. More...

Notes From The High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

Get your beach chairs and picnic baskets ready as the RMAC Summer Picnic Concert Series begins on Sunday evening, June 27, 6pm, at Ft. Tilden. More...

School Scope

If you thought that the fourth grade scores on the new English Language Arts test were low, wait until you see the scores on the Eighth grade (ELA) test. The state really set up the students for failure. More...

The Week at The Rock

FAR ROCKAWAY HIGH SCHOOL

June 3 and 4 marked the two performances of "Scenes from the West Side," Far Rockaway High School's first musical production in 14 years, based on Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim's 1950's musical version of "Romeo and Juliet," "West Side Story More...

Chatting With Chapey

On Sunday, June 6, 1999, the Eucharistic Congress allowed everyone to come together to celebrate our religious faiths and the rich cultural heritage and diversity of our community. More...

Dot On Roxbury

Brandonn Taphouse, son of Tania and Glen Taphouse and brother of Breana, celebrated his first birthday of May 26, 1999 on May 30, 1999 on Ann Marie (godmother) and Peter Geis’s porch in Roxbury. More...

Ed’s Fishing Station

This weekend may be the start of something big-big fluke that is. And Coney Island is the place you want to be. More...

From the Shores of Beach Channel High School

The Posse Foundation, recruits and trains culturally diverse teams of students to be placed on scholarship at some of the top college and universities in the nation. Posse scholars help address issues of diversity. More...

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

Last Thursday’s rounds brought out 43 players, including for the first time this season, those who have finally come up from Florida: More...

Rockaway Short Takes

Last week I wrote in this space that The Waterview Diner in Howard Beach had failed four out of eight health inspections over the past two years. I was in error. More...

Simon Says….

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Anna Gibbons. Anne was a fine, strong lady, religious, caring and loving. Her daughter, Nancy O’Con-nor, is as special as special can be. The love and care that she shared with her mom is very special. More...


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