May 18, 2002 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

The small red and white commercial aircraft that caused a minor panic by flying low over Rockaway on Friday belongs to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The crew of the plane was doing a survey on the loss of marsh grass in Jamaica Bay. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Legislators and Educators Focus on Education

The current fiscal crisis in New York has highlighted the need for a skilled and educated work force.  It is urgent that we work smart and hard to attract and retain businesses in New York City and New York State. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Busy, busy week. Hope you all had a happy Mother More...

Dot on Roxbury by Dotty Taphouse

A great big hug & kiss and thank you to my family and friends for all their cards, flowers, etc. for Mother's Day. More...

From the Editor’s Desk

It was billed as a memorial service for those killed in the crash of American Airlines Flight 587 in Belle Harbor, a time for the families of the 260 people on the plane and the five on the ground who died, to get together to mourn their loved ones More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

The proposals for Beach 116 Street, which include new lighting, a new parking plan that would eliminate curbside parking, new plantings and the removal of overhead utility lines have been given the green light by both the public and Community Board 1 More...

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

There is still time to go on the Atlantic City trip this Saturday, May 18 to Trump Marina. We leave at 5:30 p.m. and return at 8:00 a.m. The cost is $25.00 with $15.00 returned. More...

Boyle-ing Points by Kevin Boyle This & That And The Other Thing

If you missed the last column about the radical dressing habits of a certain four year old that shall remain nameless, you More...

Broad Channel Bits by Liz Guarino

There was a saying that April showers brought Mayflowers. This year it seems to be that we had April flowers and then May showers. Oh well, at least it's still poetic, if somewhat backward! Our little community hums with activity these days. More...

Notes On Consumer Affairs

May is upon us and Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner.  Whether you happen to be marching in a parade, sunbathing at Rockaway Beach, or enjoying a trip to the ballpark, it is important to protect yourself from the elements of the su More...

From The Artists Studio

Art Frenzy exhibitions: May 25-June 23. Highlighted by Art Frenzy Weekend: June 8 and 9. Art exhibits, a parade, a tugboat loaded with films, a giant sculpture, clowns, poets, princes and princesses, queens, an empress and a borough president. More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms

Okay, okay! I More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter

Greetings to all my readership! More...

The Inner Voice by Marilyn Gelfand

Living in our society requires adaptation so one can be left in peace. Some people have public faces, some people avoid many social interactions, and some wholeheartedly buy into what the outer society says should be valued. More...


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