September 28, 2002 RSS feed / Letters

A Memorial For Flight 587

I realize that much of our community, myself included, continues to mourn the enormous losses of September 11. More...

Rotten Treatment At Reuther

Over 3000 immigrants, all of whom are elderly, handicapped or physically challenged are being treated like second-class citizens at the Roy Reuther Houses (Mitchell Lama) in Queens. More...

The Hardest Hike

11, 2002 I packed my backpack in Rockaway, drove in a heavy eerie fog over the bridge to Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn. I was to embark on a historical journey to Ground Zero. More...

Too Good Natured & Easygoing

I have been living in Rockaway for 10 years now, and these are my observations. More...

Bus Incident Is Scary!

Where the hell is administrative responsibility, and how the hell do you lose a seven-year-old child in a bus error? More...

Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

For over a month now, on Beach Channel Drive under the small over pass towards the Beach 144 Street exit, there is a lamppost (#RP71) tilting towards the oncoming traffic heading toward the Marine Parkway Bridge and Breezy Point. More...

The Town I Loved So Well

Many of the words written by Phil Coulter, in the beautiful Irish ballad, The Town I Loved So Well, seem so appropriate in describing my sentiments concerning Rockaway, both "then and now" and I am sure also stir the memories of many who are reading More...


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