June 30, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Flushing Town Hall presents a wide array of cultural events at affordable prices Under the Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts, the programs and exhibitions at Town Hall educate the public to the rich artistic heritage of this borough and of thi More...

Chatting With Chapey

Outreach Project Produces Millennium Miracles More...

Dot on Roxbury by Dotty Taphouse

Elizabeth Niles, daughter of Lisa and John Niles, and granddaughter of Cathy and Sal Gaeta and Diane and Paul Orilio celebrated her first birthday on June 21, 2001 Her big sister Caitlin graduated from Mark Twain School and attended her prom, which w More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms

Friends In Unlikely Places More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week Hearings will be held shortly on a Green Bus Line proposal to charge a $1 regular fare for local travel and a $3 express fare to Manhattan

Patti McCracken and Frank McCabe, both of Rockaway, were recently engaged. They will be married next May 15. Both are dart enthusiasts who play in the Boardwalk Dart League. More...

Rockaway Short Takes

There is nothing worse than a woman scorned, or so the old saying goes Al Stabile might be finding that fact out the hard way. More...

Beachcomber

Baseball lovers should get their tickets early for the Peninsula Hospital Center fundraiser, a game between the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Jamestown Jammers at the new and beautiful Keyspan Park at Coney Island Six bucks gets you a night of exciting p More...

Dorothy Dunne

Has the weather finally turned Let More...

Failte by James Conway Sullivan

Well, there are a few new developments in our City Council race First and foremost, Dr. Geraldine Chapey, the thoroughbred of the pack, never released an announcement for her possible candidacy, thus eliminating herself from the race. More...

Historical Views by Emil Lucev The two photos in this week’s Historical Views provide a view of some huge and weird-looking ice formations left on the pilings of some bath houses in both the Hammels and West Arverne sections of Rockaway

As often happens during severe storms, some structures are left untouched by the ravages of King Neptune while others are not. More...

"Just remember in the winter, far beneath the bitter snow Lies a seed that with the sun's love, in the spring becomes a rose."

B.J Smith was just 19 years old when he was murdered on a calm Rockaway evening on June 22, 1999. His young life was violently taken in exchange for his bike and gold chain. More...


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