August 21, 1999 RSS feed / Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

The Pink Palace…

It was on the spur of the moment that Peter Danzilo, as he was leaving mass, invited me to see his and his wife, Helene’s newly built Pink Palace on the corner of 219 street and Rockaway Point boulevard. More...

From the G-Man

Senator G-Man Sounds Good?

Hey people! The first thing I want to do is correct our dear editor, Kevin Boyle. Last week, he mentioned that I sometimes dwell in another dimension More...

On The Beach...With Beverly Baxter

On the state of the beach, the following letter was sent last month by the Chamber of Commerce to New York City Parks Commissioner Henry Stern in an attempt to ask More...

Rockaway Short Takes

I think that the appointment of Deputy Superintendent Ken Grover to oversee all of the low-performing schools in Manhattan and Queens proves my point. More...

Beachcomber

That looks like new fencing around the property bordering Bayswater-Michaelis Park, Beach Channel drive and Beach 32 street. More...

Chatting With Chapey

St. Rose of Lima Summer Festival ran from August 11 through August 15. It had a variety of activities for the young and the young at heart. More...

Dot on Roxbury

Kyle James Serrian, son of Doreen and Jim Serrian, entered our world on March 1, 1999 and was baptized on August 8, 1999 in Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park by Reverend Father Mason. More...

Ed’s Fishing Station

It is a very sad time for all of us in the bait and tackle business. One of our own fellow baymen, Jimmy, who owned Smitty’s Rowboats in Broad Channel, passed away this week. More...

Meet The Irish

Many people are asking what will happen in the north of Ireland with the peace in shreds. It is almost unbelievable that over 90 percent of the people voted for peace on both sides of the border More...

Breezy Point Par-Tee News

Par Tee players enjoyed a double header last week-a Guys and Dolls Tournament with the Catholic Club golfers on Wednesday and the regularly scheduled game on Thursday. More...


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