June 9, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance by Susan Hartenstein "Man Chases 6-foot Chicken." "Uncle Sam Wants Elvis Look-Alike."

These two headlines could lead off stories about the films being shown this Friday and Saturday evenings at RAA More...

Chatting With Chapey

On Saturday, June 2, 2001, The Rockaway Music and Arts Council sponsored a special gala opening night reception at the Fort Tilden Chapel to coincide with the opening night of Neil Simon's "Come Blow Your Horn". More...

Dot on Roxbury by Dotty Taphouse

Welcome home to Ann-Marie and Peter Geis who just returned home from China with their new daughter Jessica Anne Bai Yu! The thrilled grandparents are Dorothy and Ron Farrell and Mary Jane And Greg Geis. The ecstatic great grandmother is me, Dot! More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms Bubba Gets The Last Laugh

Hey people--I imagine that former President Bill Clinton has been laughing himself silly over the escapades of some rival Republicans in the last few weeks. I wouldn More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

Diana Chaplin, the assistant commissioner for Queens for the Department of Parks, assured the Chamber of Commerce that the department More...

Notes From The High C’s

The reviews are in! Last Saturday More...

School Scope by Howard Schwach

The new law that has been proposed by the mayor that would hold school staff responsible for not reporting cases of "injury" to students is another one of those things that sounds good on paper but becomes a morass when transported to the More...

Beachcomber

The Wave is attempting to reach out to those communities in Rockaway and Broad Channel that are not now fully represented in the paper. More...

What happened to our Ferry service to and from Manhattan??? When I called Gateway Park they said the reason the ferry service did not start on June 1 as planned was that the City and Gateway Park are in negotiations to raise money and subsidize the fare

Until such time you could find a better "Way to Go" by gathering a group to split the cost for limo service. More...

Failte By James Conway Sullivan

Recently, many in the New York City Irish community had a very somber twentieth anniversary to recall the anniversary of the deaths of the brave hunger strikers in prison in Northern Ireland. More...

Historical Views by Emil Lucev

During the early days of February, 1920, a northeaster came up the coast and lashed the Rockaways for two days. The day after the storm ended, local residents and shore property owners checked the beachfront area. More...

Meet The Irish by Harry McGuirk

There is great national news about a Jesuit priest, Father Peter McVerry, S.J., a native of County Down. More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter

Democratic District Leader Dr Geraldine M Chapey, along with her husband Eugene Pasternak, was the host at a reception for New York City Mayoral Candidate Alan Hevesi, as well as for Public Advocate Candidate Kathryn Freed. Dr. More...

Rockaway Short Takes

For a political science junkie, there are not many things that are more fun than a free for all election. After all, there are so few of them these days when the incumbent hardly ever loses. This is a special year. More...


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