January 6, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

Rockaway got hit hard last week-end with about a foot of snow. The Sanitation Department shou-ld be recognized for clearing the streets in a timely manner, although we heard some complaints about snow removal from residents of beach blocks. More...

From The Artists Studio By Susan Hartenstein

Following up on an earlier story, "Artists of the Future," an exhibit of paintings created in James McKay More...

Meet The Irish by Harry McGuirk

A happy and prosperous New Year to all who enjoy the "Meet The Irish" column by Harry McGuirk and his wife Margie. May the year 2001 bring joyfulness and success to all. More...

On The Beach

Hope you all have a very happy, healthy, and safe New Year! With all this snow piling up outside, I'm in a St. Thomas state of mind! More...

Short Takes

I know that it is not good to speak ill of the dead, but something has to be said about the way ex-mayor John Lindsay treated Rockaway. Lindsay was the quintessential limousine liberal and he was dedicated to bringing jobs and housing to the city More...

Chatting With Chapey Houston Moses Weiss: A Bright Future With A Solid Ancestral Legacy

On Friday, December 29 we had the privilege of attending the naming ceremony of Houston Moses Weiss at the West End Temple. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Our first snowfall in five years and, let More...

From The G-Man Keeping Their Eyes on the PRYSE

Hey people! Sorry about last week, but I got into a fight with a "kung flu" master and lost. It was an awesome battle at first, and you all would have been proud. More...

School Scope

You might not believe me, but there was a crystal ball on E-bay and I won the auction at only six bucks. That allowed me to see into the future and make some predictions about the education scene this coming year. More...

Simon Says….

Snow, snow, snow go away. God help you if you live in Rockaway on a beach block. On a dead end street it is difficult for the sanitation trucks to clear your street. More...


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