June 22, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

The Urban Entrepreneurs Series…

Yamil E. Forbes remembers receiving the entrepreneurial bug in elementary school. She recalls that her elementary school had an entrepreneurial contest for the fourth and sixth grades. More...

Community

Gateway Hosts Native Americans

More than 1,000 Native American performers and artists from North and South America will participate this Saturday and Sunday in the ninth annual Gateway to Nations New York Native American Heritage Celebration at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn. More...

Go Midwood, Go Castellano

Long time archrivals finally got the chance to battle for the lacrosse championship title on the field. More...

Local Participated in Operation Joint Guardian

Army Staff Sgt. Raymond A. Murphy Jr., son of Raymond A. and stepson of Sandra Murphy, has returned to Fort Benning, Columbus, GA., from a six-month deployment to Kosovo, a Serbian province in the Balkans. More...

Editorial/Opinion

The Truth…It’s Out There

Since The Wave announced that it would be hosting a discussion on the crash of Flight 587, which will feature a number of eyewitnesses, we noticed that many of the daily papers have developed a renewed interest in the case. More...

Throwing Out the Baby

Every young person going out into the real world after graduation from school is told "never quit one job until you have another." That has become a mantra that can easily be converted to areas other than the job market as well. More...

Letters

Bums Are People Too

This is my response to last week's opinion of a concerned 16-year-old teen who had strong beliefs about too many "bums" on 116th Street. My opinion totally differs in this serious matter. More...

Empty Promises of A Pool

I would like the Wave newspaper to investigate why Senators Schumer and Clinton, and Congressman Weiner continue to forget their promises to the people and the children of the Rockaways. More...

Jets Buzzing Overhead

Who is the schmo! in the know Who told us folks There More...

St. Gertrude’s Shocker! Priest Accused of Sexual Misconduct and Embezzlement

The Rockaway community has been rocked by reports that a local priest at St. Gertrude More...

Rockaway Man Charged in Carjacking

A 46-year-old Rockaway man has been arrested by Nassau County police in connection with a carjacking and kidnapping that took place last week in the Bay Harbour Mall in Lawrence. More...

July 4 Fireworks Set

There will be a fireworks show in Rockaway this July Fourth, thanks to Barbara Morris, the owner of West End Realty, one of the businesses on the Beach 116 Street Shopping strip. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Barbara Morris, the owner of West End Realty in Rockaway Park, has brokered several deals that will allow Rockaway to have a fireworks show this July 4. More...

Broad Channel Bits by Liz Guarino

It's official! Summer's here! Did you know that in spite of all the rain we've had, experts say we're still having a drought? I guess none of the rain fell over the reservoirs! More...

Chatting With Chapey

The initial concept behind "Lights On For Education" was a statewide push by parents and educators to secure adequate funding for our schools. More...

Sports

Brooklyn Cyclones Opening Night Successful For Fans And Players

On opening night in Coney Island on June 19, a sold out crowd of 8,083 gathered to watch the Cyclones host the Staten Island Yankees. Even though there were dark clouds in the skies, a brief rainfall did not halt the game. More...

A Tale of Three Coaches: A Metro Hockey Update

Hockey Columnist

On June 14, the Detroit Red Wings defeated the Carolina Hurricanes by the score of 3-1 to win their third Stanley Cup in six years. Detroit More...

Beaning, Whining, Falling Down And South Park. What??!!!

Is the Roger Clemens- Mike Piazza thing over yet? Has everybody had their fill of pontificators spewing about Shawn Estes More...

Obits

Obituaries Marie Rose Araneo

Marie Rose Araneo, born in Brooklyn, was a 15-year resident of Rockaway Beach who died on June 13, 2002. More...


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