September 23, 2000 RSS feed / Columnists

Dot On Roxbury

The annual block party at St. Genevieve More...

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Attention RAA artists! Those wishing to exhibit work in our Queens Millennium Festival, who are not exhibiting in building T-7, bring up to four small to medium sized pieces to building T-6 on September 27 between 6 and 9 p.m. More...

Rockaway Short Takes

You would think that Noach Dear would give up his hunt of the House of Representatives in light of the fact that he could not even get 30 percent of the vote in the recent Democratic primary against Tony Weiner. More...

Simon Says….

Tuesday, September 12, was a great victory for the Democratic Party. Congressman Anthony Weiner was elected to be the official Democratic candidate in the November election. Clearly 77-23 percent is a strong mandate from the voters. More...

Beachcomber

Don More...

Dorothy Dunne…

Manhattan gets closer everyday as we look forward to ferry service from the big city to Breezy Point. How great! And how wonderful for Rockaway as well. More...

Focus on 27 Community School District News and Notes

Deputy Superintendent

District 27 welcomes its school communities to what we believe is going to be a wonderful and challenging school year ahead for our students. More...

From The G-Man

Hey people! It has been brought to my attention that many Rockaway residents have been ordered to leave their homes, by the NYC Buildings Department, due to claims of structural damage and unsafe conditions. More...

School Scope by Howard Schwach

The magazine "American Educator" is the journal of the American Federation of Teachers. As such, it is suspect as a "house organ" by some and as one of the nation More...

The Week at The Rock

This first column of the 2000-2001 school year sees Far Rockaway High School off to a great start. During the summer, 10 additional classrooms had new computers installed under a grant from the Board of Education. More...


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