September 8, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) has stopped work on the old LILCO site on Beach Channel Drive between Beach 108 and Beach 122 Streets. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Could we ask for a more beautiful weekend to end the summer?? It was just glorious. Festive celebrations were all around us on the west end of this Peninsula. More...

From The Artists Studio by Susan Hartenstein

Beginning this week, Rockaway Artists Alliance members will be displaying their work in the new Multiviz medical facility in Far Rockaway. RAA and the people of Multiviz believe that healing treats more than just the body. More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms

Hey people! I truly appreciate the fact that people have taken the time to write me congratulation letters as result of my promotion. It means a lot to me to know that I have an impact on the community and the system as a whole. More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

A public hearing will be held on September 8 to gather community input on the plan to house 400 homeless men at temporary housing at Floyd Bennett Field. More...

Sprayview Sticks & Stones by Environmental Reporter Bernard Blum

Anyone who has noticed a "Forever Wild" sign or two at Dubos Point in Arverne should find it more accurate to consider it Commissioner Stern More...

The Hollywood Report: With Garissa Thompson

Well hello there! Did you miss me? I More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Just a couple of weeks ago Little League sensation Danny Almonte looked like the next Sandy Koufax. Now, thanks to a phony birth certificate and evidence of hooky, he looks like the next Lew Simon. More...

Chatting With Chapey by Dr. Geraldine M. Chapey

Each year we look forward to a wonderful Labor Day barbecue at the West End Temple.  It's a great family event with traditional American favorites - hot dogs, barbecued chicken and corn on the cob. More...

Dot on Roxbury by Dotty Taphouse

The summer season is over and it was a great one with only a few really hot days.  We all enjoyed this years Mardi Gras.  Saturday's children's parade was filled with pretty, original and comical individuals, floats and groups who were j More...

From the Editor’s Desk by Howard Schwach

There was a time when the Orthodox Jewish community in Far Rockaway and Bayswater voted the straight Democratic Party line. The community, which often votes as a block for the candidate of its choice, very seldom moved from the party More...

Historical Views by Emil Lucev

A few weeks after the close of the 1909 summer season, with 48 guests till staying at the large Holmehurst Hotel in Arverne (not Edgemere, as printed on this postcard), the edifice erupted into flames More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter

  Hope you all had a wonderful Labor Day holiday. This column comes to you from lovely Hyannis on beautiful Cape Cod. The Cape is truly a magical and tranquil place to revive, rejuvenate, and to simply get away from it all. More...


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