April 28, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Haunting figures of trees echoing in silent vistas. Bunnies assuming their roles as compositional pawns in the game of space. Tumbleweed cages like spun caramel enclosing operatic figures, hot and cold. Commonplace objects set in a natural dance. More...

Chatting With Chapey

A complex and compelling issue appearing on the horizon is the severe shortage of nurses.  Locally, Peninsula Hospital and Jamaica Hospital are affected by this. More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms

A Parent Searches For Answers. More...

Looking Backward

20 Years More...

School Scope 0428

Politics has always been the bane of education in this city and it is getting worse, not better. More...

This column is appearing in this paper to bring information that is of interest to those people who want to expand their psychic perception. More and more people are feeling freer to admit that they have an extra normal experiences or do believe that the

It More...

Beachcomber

There will soon be a Request for Proposal (RFP) by the National Park Service seeking a developer for a sports complex at Floyd Bennett Field. The plan is expected to include many of the same amenities as the Chelsea Pier in Manhattan. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Looks as if the Breezy Point Bridge Club will be back in full force this year More...

Dot On Roxbury

Theresa and Barney Cassidy More...

1900’s Family Photo A Mystery To Solve Historical Views On The Rockaways Emil R. Lucev

The postcard souvenir photo published today in historical views struck yours truly as being unusual. It does not appear to be just a souvenir photo to be sent in the mail, and as a matter of fact- it was not posted. More...

Short_Takes0428

The last two columns have addressed the problem of people saving parking spaces on public streets. For some reason, this issue has drawn more mail and more heat than many of the "hot-button items" I have addressed in the past. More...


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