December 7, 2002 RSS feed / Front Page

Inbound Concorde Loses Rudder

A British Airways (BA) Concorde, only a minute from landing at JFK Airport last Wednesday, lost a portion of its tail rudder but managed to land safely. More...

CSA Hits CSD 27 On Supervisory Vacancies

The Council of Supervisors and Administrators (CSA), the union that represents school principals and assistant principals in the public school system, has taken the leaders to Community School Board 27 to task for the high number of supervisory vacan More...

Community

Artists Host ‘Sparkle’ Exhibit At Fort Tilden

Snow glistening with light. A sparkling winter ocean. Gold watercolor accenting a handmade intaglio print. A glimmering, graceful bronze torso. More...

BCHS To Host Doo Wop On January 25

New York More...

Queens Car Thefts Down, DA Says

Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown announced today that vehicle thefts in Queens County are continuing a remarkable downward plunge. More...

Sports

Stan’s Pepper Steppers Stomp To Double Dutch Victory

On Saturday, November 9, 2002, Sorrentino Recreation Center hosted the 4th Annual Back to School Double Dutch Tournament. The overall winners were Sorrentino More...

P.S. 197 Holds Virtual Y Flag Football Championships

The students of Public School 197 in Far Rockaway have been playing flag football since September. Under the direction of Coach Greg Carter, the children have been learning skills, good sportsmanship, and teamwork. More...

Broad Channel Basketball "Pee-Wees" Win

The B.C.A.C. Pee Wee Division, basketball team notched its' biggest win of the young season on Saturday 11/30/02. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Philip Alexander

Philip Alexander, born in Berbice, Guyana passed away on November 25, 2002. More...

‘It’s A Hard Pill To Swallow’

Addabbo Speaks Candidly About Budget Cuts And Property Tax Increase

With residents fuming over the City Council More...

Library Cuts Hit Arverne, Broad Channel

Beginning on January 6, 2003 two local libraries will be open only five days each week as opposed to the six days for the rest of the libraries in the Queens Library System. More...

A Model Tribute to September 11

This is one of the more than 50 proposed designs for the new Tribute Park that will memorialize those Rockaway residents who were lost on September 11, 2001. More...

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Beat Mechanics Inc: Bringing Positive Music To The Masses

For the last 10 tens years or so, people have been complaining that the music industry has taken a turn for the worse. Many believe that the introduction of gangster rap in the early 90 More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

There will be lots of pre-Christmas activity on the peninsula this coming week. On Saturday, December 7 at 6 p.m., this year More...

Boyle-ing Points

You should really think about buying some pottery. It makes a wonderful holiday gift. And really, you can More...

Broad Channel Bits

Cold weather is really moving in to remind us it's almost Winter, which officially begins on the 21st. Hopefully, everyone will be finished with Christmas shopping long before then! More...

Editorial/Opinion

Go Light On The McMoney

Most of the people who turn to McDonald More...

We’re Well Past Big Brother

When President Bush signed the Patriot Act into law, federal and local law enforcement agencies were given an enormous amount of power and leeway in battling terrorism. More...

Letters

Arverne: Renewal Or Exodus

A few years ago when the rejuvenation of Arverne was announced, residents of Far Rockaway were very excited about the project. The younger generation had visions of affordable homes, new jobs, new schools, and improved transportation. More...

You've Got To Be Kidding?

You have got to be kidding me! I am shocked and outraged that The Wave would print such a nasty and unjustified attack against one of their writers who just happens to be the most honest one on their staff! More...

His Name Is Patrick Moron

I More...


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