March 2, 2002 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

It seems as if the new lines being drawn for the State Senate add Broad Channel and a piece of Howard Beach to the Tenth District currently represented by Malcolm Smith while subtracting a piece of Jamaica. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Wasn More...

From the Editor’s Desk

The big issue in the city today is education. Everybody wants to get into the act. The future of local schools board and the city's board of education is the topic of discussion at two forums. More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter

Memory of James Conway Sullivan: More...

Sprayview Sticks and Stones

Hopefully the young Harp Seal washed ashore on Monday represents the More...

The Inner Voice

I just want to start by saying "Thank you" for the notes I have received. It gives me the feedback to continue writing on the subjects that make sense to me. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Education: A Valuable Asset

We attended a magnificent luncheon for the Ursuline Sisters at Russo's on the Bay, February 18, 2002.  Norann McManus chairs this event each year.  She does an excellent job.  Her leadership skills are very evident.  Two schools i More...

From The Artists Studio

Have you discovered Patrick More...

From the G-Man

Hey people! I want to start by saying how much I appreciate the emails of support I received last week regarding the column "You More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

Tolls on both the Cross Bay and Marine Parkway Bridges were raised this week to a "reasonable" $.90. Residents can continue to buy reduced fare tokens at $.60 each. More...

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

Since the death of James Conway Sullivan, I wanted to recognize the great efforts of a wonderful individual who had given so much to improve Irish cultural affairs and set policy in the Irish community. More...


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