July 17, 1999 RSS feed / 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...

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...

Dot on Roxbury

Amanda Marie Hardardt, daughter of Mari Pat and Chris Hardardt, was born on May 1, 1999 and was baptized on June 26, 1999 in Our Lady of Hope Church in Middle Village. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

Consequences. They're funny sorts of things. Sometimes you don't profoundly understand them until the end. As a child, did you ever have to stay in a hospital? Were you frightened and overwhelmed? More...

On The Beach...With Beverly Baxter

JOANN ARIOLA: WITH WINGS OF HER OWN

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter JOANN ARIOLA: WITH WINGS OF HER OWN When the news of Joann Ariola's resignation as Councilman Stabile's Chief of Staff began to circulate through out the district, it came as a surprise to many, as well as a definite More...

Rockaway Short Takes

For the past few weeks I have been wondering why the litter baskets have disappeared from the boardwalk. Now, I know. The Parks Commissioner didn’t want his trucks on the boardwalk to pick up the baskets, so he ordered them to be removed. More...

Simon Says….

Last Wednesday there was an emergency meeting of the Concerned Residents of Ocean Park. There were many angry residents who are annoyed with RY Management which left them without proper elevator service for their 27 story building. 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...

Dorothy Dunne

Being honored!

Did you ever have one of those days when everything went wrong? No matter what you attempted it went sour? More...

Ed’s Fishing Station

I wish I had some good news about the fishing this week-flukes still a long day, even the sea robins slowed down. Atlantic Beach (Beach 9 street) is loaded with baby sea bass too small to take with an occasional fluke keeper. More...

From the G-Man

No More Mr. Nice Guy

Hey people! I have been told, by some of the readers of this column, that my style has changed. They say that I’ve become "watered down" in my writing. They say I no longer have that "bite" that was once so prominent in my column. More...

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

Last Thursday’s Guys and Dolls Tournament was a blend of skill and fun on an absolutely perfect day. More...

School Scope

In a recent column I wrote that one of the focal points of Al Stabile’s anger at Superintendent Brenda Isaacs was that he wanted her to appoint supervisors of his choosing, and she refused. More...


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