November 24, 2001 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

The recent aircraft crash in Belle Harbor was not the first such accident in Rockaway. On May23, 1946, a two-seat Navy trainer, a SNJ-5, went down on top of the Kentucky Derby concession at Beach 99 Street. More...

Dorothy Dunne TOUGH TIMES PASS AWAY…

These are the words I heard from Minister William Schuller preaching in his Glass Cathedral on television this past Sunday as I flipped through the channels More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Jim Dwyer has been writing for New York City dailies for a long time. He was with Newsday for a while, but he now writes for the New York Times, the big one, and the "newspaper of record." More...

From the G-Man

The City Council Race: Final Thoughts

Hey people! Now that new life has been pumped into the political body of Rockaway, with the election of James Sanders, Jr. and Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. to the City Council, I have some final thoughts that I would like to share with you. More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter THOUGH MUCH IS TAKEN, MUCH STILL ABIDES...

  This column is dedicated to the Concannon, Lawler, and Pomponio families...and to the entire Rockaway community. More...

The Inner Voice

First, my heartfelt condolences to anyone suffering from the plane crash. Love and wishes of healing go out to you and all who surround you. More...

Boyle-ing Points

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Chatting With Chapey

BELLE HARBOR: A COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER More...

From The Artists Studio

In unity, so many came together. Family held family. Strangers leaned upon strangers. A neighborhood, a community, a world came together. A prayer service filled with eloquent words and music. More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

People who work in Rockaway and live elsewhere are asking for the right to purchase reduced price tokens on both the Cross Bay and Marine Parkway Bridges. More...

Simon Says…. From the Desk of Lew M. Simon, Democratic District Leader, 23rd A.D. Part B

This past week has been a nightmare for residents of Rockaway as well as residents of Washington Heights and other neighborhoods. The average person who doesn More...

The RDRC Community Update

Let me say that I am very excited that the "WAVE" has granted Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (RDRC) this opportunity to speak to the Rockaway community, both residents and businesses, about issues of importance. More...


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