April 6, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

‘Every Daffodil Is A Prayer’

The daffodils planted by local garden clubs, by firefighters, police officers and members of many local civic groups have begun to sprout. More...

Wave Sells Service Flags

Service Flags to honor service in the military or in any of the emergency services such as police, fire and EMS are now on sale at The Wave, 88-08 Rockaway Beach Boulevard in Rockaway Beach. More...

Community

Chamber To Honor ‘Bravest And Finest’

Representatives from the Mayor More...

Claddagh Inn Seeks Helpers

The Claddagh Inn, Rockaway More...

Coffee, Cake And Comedy

Coffee, cake and comedy. These are the ingredients in an assortment of theatrical delicacies which will be offered by The Little Globe Theater. More...

Sports

Are The Islanders For Real? : A Metro Hockey Update

Long Island is going ape!! Well, at least the segment of the population that follows the Islanders is. For the first time since 1994, there will be ice on the floor of Nassau Coliseum, and no; it won More...

Far Rock Strikes Gold At Wrestling Championships

The Far Rockaway High School Wrestling team took a major step in bringing back the winning tradition to its program. More...

In Losing, Indiana Coach Turns Out A Winner

By the end of last Monday More...

Obits

Obituaries WTC Victim

Franklyn J. Monahan, born in Brooklyn, New York was a 25-year resident of Rockaway Point, coming from Bay Ridge. He was lost in the September 11 attack on the World Trade Center. More...

Selling Drugs? You’d Better Start Packing!

On March 25, the Supreme Court ruled that government agencies could now use aggressive policies to evict those who are selling drugs in public housing. More...

Ban Jet Skis In Jamaica Bay

The U.S. Department of the Interior has temporarily banned the use of personal watercraft, including waverunners and jet skis within the confines of its national parks, including Gateway National Recreation Center. More...

Broad Channel Three Get To ‘Ask The Mayor’

Three Broad Channel men More...

Spring Ahead

It is time once again to obey the old adage, "Spring ahead and fall back." Since it is spring, and Daylight Savings Time is upon us, you should turn your clocks ahead one hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning, April 7. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Rumors have it that Broad Channel will soon get an extension to its library on Cross Bay Boulevard. The community More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle

Remember when Ronald Reagan turned to Walter Mondale and said, There goes Howie Schwach again? More...

Broad Channel Bits by Liz Guarino

"It doesn't get any better than this." That was the reaction of one audience member to Crazy for You, which debuted on Friday, March 22 and ran through Sunday the 24th. The musical comedy featured a cast of 22 extremely talented individuals. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Quieter Summer For Rockaway

The Department of the Interior, the agency that controls Gateway National Recreation Area, has adopted new rules that will ban personal watercraft such as jet skis, waverunners, etc., from any waters controlled by the park. More...

Bush’s Selective Mandate

"You More...

Letters

BOE Teaching for Tests

In your "From the Editor More...

Figuratively Speaking

Just to set the record straight, does anyone out there know the difference between a metaphor and an ethnic slur?  My only intent was to make a play on words, not to insult anyone's ethnic background, which by the way, is a heritage shared by More...

G-Man Is The Man

I have lived in the Rockaways over 25 years, and often had the opportunity of meeting and speaking with the former editor and owner of The Wave, Leon Locke, in regards to the misrepresentation of certain communities in the paper More...


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