July 17, 1999 RSS feed / Front Page

Credit Scam; Heroin, Too

2 Face Life In Slammer

Bola Adeola and Adebiyi Otulaja, both of 146 Beach 59 street in Arverne, and Joseph Omesiete of Far Rockaway were among a group of Nigerian nationals based in New York who were arrested this week and charged with stealing $1.4 million dollars through More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Work has begun on construction of the new homes on Beach 59 street and RBB. The "infill" housing should be completed shortly. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Nobody delivered stream of consciousness gobbledygook better James Joyce, with the possible exception of The Wave’s Harry McGuirk who writes the Joycean "Meet The Irish" column. More...

Got Computer Questions?

Ask Randy From Magichost

Q: I don’t know how but I moved my start menu to the side of the screen and have no clue how to move it back. How can I move it back to the bottom? More...

Editorial/Opinion

Are They Doing Anything?

Not suprisingly, the "A" train was voted the worst subway line in the city recently. This came as news only to those who’ve never had the pleasure of riding this slow, unreliable, dirty line. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Jucov Claudaire Arnoux, Loved Nintendo - Funeral services for Jucov Claudaire Arnoux were held July 13 at the Jeremiah C. Gaffney Funeral Home, Inwood. Jucov loved to play Nintendo with friends. He graduated from Blanche Daycare Center on June 16. More...

Judge Says City Polluted Jamaica Bay

A State Supreme Court judge has ruled in favor of the state in an action charging New York City with repeated violations of state wastewater discharge laws at eight city sewage treatment plants. More...

Rockaway Turns Green

Irish Festival Set For July 24-25

The Rockaway Irish Cultural Committee is busily planning its 18th Annual Rockaway Irish Festival to be held on Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25 on Beach 108 and 109 Streets and Mickey Carton Way, from noon to 9:00 p.m. More...

Sports

Football Sign-ups In BC

Broad Channel Shamrock Football (boys, ages 5-14) tryouts will take place Tuesday and Thursday at Broad Channel’s Memorial Field, First road and Cross Bay boulevard. More...

Graybeard Hoops

Bouquets For All Good Men

Lemme tell ya, it’s been a frustrating year at the keyboard. Usually by this time in the season Kevin Kelleher has submitted a stinkeroo performance which inspires several paragraphs of derision----each sentence a joy for this scribe. Not this year. More...

Little League

Pee World Series A Classic

Rockaway Little League’s Pee Wee World Series (best 2 of 3) took place last Tuesday and Thursday matching up McManus Plumbing against Knights of Columbus. More...

Letters

Creativity Fostered

Dear Editor; We would like to thank the creators and teachers of Rockaway Kidsmart Afterschool Program. More...

Howie Wrong…Again!

Dear Editor; Over the years, it has been my policy not to respond to comments made by Howie Schwach. Only once in the past eight years have I broken my policy. More...

Stabile Misleads Public

Dear Editor; In the Wave of July 10 (p. 25), you report: "Stabile Says: Lead Poison Law Will Protect Kids." The headline and the article itself are dismayingly misleading. More...


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