July 23, 1999 RSS feed / Columnists

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Ask Randy From Magichost

I thought this week that I would let you in on a small tip that may be of use to you. Last Monday, there was a lightning storm and a bolt of lightning must have hit a post outside. More...

Ed’s Fishing Station

Fishing is still very slow. Porgies are infesting the bay. Hopefully it will bring the bigger fish back in because it will be something for them to eat. More...

On The Beach...With Beverly Baxter

Just as thirty-six years ago it was the experience of those before me, I think it will now be the youth of my generation who will forever be in some profound way impacted by the grim remembrance of where they were on that steamy July morning when we More...

Rockaway Short Takes

Every few years, the Army Corps of Engineers comes up with a plan to dredge the channel into New York Harbor. That’s a good idea, because the silt that builds up in the channel and in the harbor as well stops shipping More...

Beachcomber

Trees the Parks Department planted along Shore Front between 73 and 95 streets look dead to us. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Sometimes I wonder if we were better off when Broad Channel was mad at us. Now that everything’s hunky-dory I’m expected to translate and promote the stuff Marty Feeney sends in. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Chapey’s Regular Democratic Club lead Queens Democrats

Chapey's Regular Democratic Club filed the largest number of petitions from a single club in Queens County in the current petition process to select a Queens District Attorney. Dr. More...

Dot on Roxbury

Faith and John Mulvanerty hosted a celebration for family and friends at the American Legion hall on June 26, 1999 honoring their son’s Christening. More...

Notes From The High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

Last Sunday, under beautiful blue skies the RMAC presented the second concert of the summer season, The Manhattan Brass Quintet. The Quintet performed everything from Bach to Duke Ellington. More...

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

Last Thursday's weather proved you don't need cloud cover to insure comfortable summer golf. It was bright, sunny and clear, and a pleasant breeze touched even the hot corners of the Riis Park course, giving us a 10 plus day. More...

Simon Says….

As we write our column our nation is mourning the loss of John F. Kennedy jr., his wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren. Our nation needs leaders of integrity and courage. More...


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