April 8, 2000 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

Congratulations to Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey for being recognized as a "Woman of Achievement" by the New York City Council. More...

Chatting With Chapey

At City Hall on March 28, 2000, I was given a city council citation as a Woman of Achievement and a Pace- Setter. City Council Speaker Peter Vallone and City Councilman Al Stabile honored me with this citation. More...

FAILTE

A Commentary by James Conway Sullivan

As the song goes, "From a County Mayo town, came a man of great renown. A sailor and a soldier t'was no bolder. He went to Americay, at an early age, they say. As a cabin boy to sail the wide world over. Then adventure took him south..." More...

From The G-Man

"Rapped" Up In Negative Images

Hey people! Before I tackle this week’s subject, I must respond to a comment made by Howard Schwach last week. His comments were directed at the Reverend Al Sharpton, and he basically called him a liar and a racist More...

School Scope

The headline in the New York Post is fairly representative of those that appeared in many metropolitan newspapers in recent months. More...

The Week at The Rock

FAR ROCKAWAY HIGH SCHOOL

The week of March 27, assemblies were held for students belonging to the various "Teams" into which the population of Far Rockaway High School has been divided, i.e., the red, green, blue, yellow and rainbow teams More...

Boyle-ing Points

Don’t believe the ferry stuff. Forget the rhetoric, no one wants a faster commute to Manhattan and I’ll tell you why. More...

Dot on Roxbury

Robin and James Cawley of Coral Springs, Florida are the proud parents of a baby girl, Gillian Michele Cawley, who arrived on March 16, 2000, at 5:32 p.m., weighing seven-pounds, one ounce and 19 and a half inches long. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance

Hats off to Kate Judge of the Rockaway Artists Alliance and to the Forest Hills Symphony Orchestra String Quartet for a stirring collaborative effort at the Queens Museum of Art on Saturday, April 1. More...

Rockaway Short Takes

Some people, particularly the elderly, have told me that they will no longer use the shops on Beach 116 street because they can't figure out the new meter system and because it is too much for them to walk back and forth between the car, the meter an More...

Simon Says….

We would like to offer sincere congratulations to newly elected State Senator Malcolm Smith. Malcolm’s district office will be at 172-12 Linden boulevard, St. Albans, which was occupied by former Senator Al Waldon. More...


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