October 19, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Far Rock Native Honored At Princeton Club

"I have seen too much violence. Too many of my friends died -- from drugs and violence. I felt I had to do something with my life to make a difference." More...

The Urban Entrepreneurs Series...

'Traum' (pictured) is definitely doing his part to break the negative stereotypes about young, African-American men. He is the head of a fast rising independent record label, and he is determined to give back to his community. More...

Community

Smith Applauds Implementation Of Amber Alert System

Saying that "no worthwhile effort should be spared in locating an abducted child," State Senator Ada L. More...

Addabbo: ‘Playgrounds Should Be Drug Free’

City Council Member Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., Chairman of the New York City Council More...

Benefit Raises $1.8 Million For MDA

"Wings Over Wall Street," a benefit for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), was truly a night to remember for 1700 guests that crowded the Broadway Ballroom at the Marriott Marquis, in the heart of Times Square, New York City. More...

Sports

All-California World Series In N.Y. State Of Mind

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RB Toney Lifts Far Rockaway, Beach Channel Routed

Michael Toney had a big game with 203 yards rushing on 26 carries, 3 touchdowns and scoring the two-point conversion. Toney said, "It was the line More...

Knicks And NBA Can’t Ignore Hovering Storm Clouds

The best thing to ever happen to the New York Knicks was Antonio McDyess hopping off the MSG court with a kneecap boo-boo to end his season. This will finally end GM Scott (uh-um-uh) Layden and soon-to-be fired Don Chaney More...

Obits

Obituaries

Evelyn Maria Fields

Evelyn Maria Fields, born in the Bronx, passed away on September 27, 2002. More...

Published Reports Blame Pilot For 587 Crash

Unsubstantiated reports attributed to anonymous "investigators" point to Flight 587 More...

Airport Expansion On Feds Agenda

Both the House of Representatives and the Senate are poised to enact a bill that would expand Chicago More...

CSB 27 Hosts Zoning Meeting

Community School Board 27 will host a zoning meeting that will address the rezoning of the Rockaway schools on Monday, October 28 at PS 104 (2601 Mott Avenue in Bayswater). The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. More...

MTA Takeover of Green Bus Proposed

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the agency that runs most of the city More...

The Urban Entrepreneurs Series…

Masta Mix Records: Rap Artist/
Producer

Nowadays, the music industry is flooded with artists on every major and independent label, who either sound like the last Platinum artist or come across as run-of-the-mill. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Stanley Cogan, the president of the Queens Historical Society has reported that the 12-year task of the Cornell Cemetery Corporation in restoring the historic Far Rockaway cemetery is finally coming to an end. More...

Boyle-ing Points

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Broad Channel Bits

In between the sunshiny breezy days and the torrential rains, the tide has been in the streets lately. Until recently, the Channel had been high and dry since Spring. People really do take this in stride though. More...

Editorial/Opinion

A Sign From Above

With so many things happening in the world at this time, many people are desperately trying to find something to hold on to or believe in. More...

Even Smokers Have Rights

This editorial was written by Wave Managing Editor Howard Schwach. Other Wave staff, including Publisher Susan Locke, do not agree with allowing smoking in any food venue. More...

Letters

First Chicago, Then Queens

This letter was sent to Senators Hillary Clinton and Charles Schumer. More...

It’s About The Kids

Full Story

Remembering ‘Uncle Charly’

I am hoping that you will print this in memory of my brother Charles F. X. Fitzpatrick. The Fitzpatrick family has been subscribers to The Wave for over 60 years. This will be a human-interest story since Charly was well known in The Rock. More...


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