June 15, 2002 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

There are rumors throughout the community that The Wave will soon be sold. We want to dispel that rumor in the strongest terms. The Wave is not on the block. We suspect that the rumors were started by somebody who wants to derail the paper More...

Dorothy Dunne

The brand newly refurbished ms Prinsendam, Holland America More...

From The Artists Studio

"Movies by Moonlight" is almost here. Two evenings of classic cinema under the stars, free of charge, presented by the Rockaway Artists Alliance in partnership with Gateway National Recreation Area.. More...

From the G-Man by Gary G. Toms

Since I am a man who has no problem giving credit where credit is due, I want to say how proud I was of the way Mike Tyson reacted after his battle with Lennox Lewis last week. More...

On The Beach… With Beverly Baxter Seaside Kids, Doin’ It Right!

Ya gotta have ART! Lots and lots and lots of art! That was the theme of last weekend's Art Frenzy event on the fairgrounds at Fort Tilden. More...

The Inner Voice by Marilyn Gelfand

I just took a walk on the beach, bayside, and saw lots of mating horseshoe crabs dug deep into the sand. This season we More...

Broad Channel Bits by Liz Guarino

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Chatting With Chapey

The RM AC Painted the Town

The Queens Council of the Arts sponsored a wonderful Art Frenzy weekend in Fort Tilden.  The Rockaway Music and Arts Council played a major role in the festivities. More...

Dot on Roxbury by Dotty Taphouse

St.Genevieves Church ran their first Friday Luncheon June 8 in Father Hession Hall.  The delicious dinner was catered by Timmy Feimer of the Roxbury Barn II and the excellent cakes were baked by Pati-Cake. More...

From the Editor’s Desk

Can you imagine the PBA saying that one of its major goals is to make life simpler for those who are arrested? Can you imagine the firefighters union campaigning for lower insurance rates for building owners? More...

LOOKING BACKWARD What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago This Week

Rockaway residents reacted with plans of civil disobedience this week when it was announced that most of the beaches on the peninsula would be closed this summer because the city More...

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

We congratulate the UFT and Mayor Bloomberg on reaching a tentative agreement on a contract. Teachers' minimum salaries will rise from $31,910 to $39,000 and the maximum from $70,000 to $81,231. There will be a no layoff clause. More...

The RDRC Community Update

At a time when public funds for new projects have become scarce, Queens elected officials have stepped up to the plate in support of an important project that will bring higher education to the Rockaways and keep quality health care available to comm More...


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