January 4, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

Environmental Center To Close Its Doors

The Gateway Environmental Study Center, a joint project of Gateway National Park and The city More...

Pictures And Punchlines

In an attempt to take advantage of the enormous popularity of the "Spiderman" film, City Councilman Joseph Addabbo, Jr. skipped several important City Council meetings to attend auditions for the latest "Superman" movie. Many of the council members beg

In an attempt to take advantage of the enormous popularity of the "Spiderman" film, City Councilman Joseph Addabbo, Jr. skipped several important City Council meetings to attend auditions for the latest "Superman" movie. More...

Community

Beach 130 Children Honored

To call the World Trade Center disaster horrendous would be a colossal understatement. The reverberations of this horrific event were felt all through this community. Certainly not immune from the effects were the youths of our neighborhood. More...

BOC Comes To Far Rockaway

The Business Outreach Center (BOC) Network, Inc. links local small business and entrepreneurs to public and private technical assistance resources. More...

‘Broad Channel Three’ Trial Slated

The suit brought by three Broad Channel men against New York City and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani rising out of their firing after the 1998 Labor Day Parade will finally come to trial next week in Federal District Court in Manhattan. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Getting Together in 2003

We have often written about the Rockaway dilemma More...

Pushing The Envelope

Looking back on 2002, we are very excited about the level of success that The Wave has attained. We cannot remember a period in the paper More...

Letters

An Absurd Situation

What Talamo and local law enforcement officials have done in regards to ticketing surfers in the Rockaways is absurd and downright unconstitutional. It is sad that because of lawsuits and the like, that people seeking recreation have to suffer. More...

Attempted Slander?

I am a parishioner of The Church of St. Rose of Lima. The spirit of the people here is what brings us together, not only on Sundays, but for many events, too numerous to name, throughout the year. More...

Children Enjoyed Party

If you wanted a lesson in glorified humanity, you should have attended the Claddagh Inn More...

100 Precinct Busts 3 For Drugs At Beach 99 Street

Capt Talamo and 100 Precinct anti-crime team executed a search warrant earlier this week inside a first floor apartment at 228 Beach 99 Street. More...

Holt To Leave BCHS in February

Battle Over Principal

Despite the fact that nobody, from Andrea Holt herself to The Department of Education will corroborate the strong rumor that the newly-appointed principal of Beach Channel High School will be leaving her position on February 1, there is little doubt More...

Community and Elected Officials Celebrate Kwanzaa

The Far Rockaway community came together on December 26 for the African cultural celebration of Kwanzaa at the Madison Boys and Girls Club Community Center on Beach 40 Street. More...

‘Polar Bears’ Take The Plunge

More than 200 would-be "polar bears" showed up on New Year More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

City Councilman Joe Addabbo Jr. contacted The Wave this week to give us an update on the ferry situation. Addabbo stated that he pitched the idea of a "ferry shuttle" to the Department of Transportation (DOT) and they were interested in the idea. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Now that last year is just a memory, how did you fare in 2002? Was it a good year or a not-so-good one? Were you able to reach your goals and accomplish the tasks you set up for yourself for last year? More...

Chatting With Chapey

Last week Senator Bill Frist, a Republican from Tennessee, was chosen as the Senate Majority Leader. More...

Sports

Locals Look To Playoffs. Cowboys Look To Past

ABC announcer Al Michaels uttered the line, "Do you believe in miracles", seconds before the end of the unforgettable 1980 U.S. hockey upset win over Russia. That line can now apply to the Jets and Giants. More...

Rolfe Speaks of Jets/Giants Super Bowl Hopes

The Monday headline of the Post said it all in three little letters: "Wow." That summed up not only the Jets domination of the Packers, but the other events of the day that helped put Gang Green in the playoffs. More...

The More Things Change, Results Stay The Same

Happy Holidays everyone! Here is a little update about the situation at Beach Channel. There is no update. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Salvatore "Sam" Arciere
Co-Proprietor,
The Arciere Market

Salvatore "Sam" Arciere, a life long resident of Inwood, died on December 24, 2002 at the age of 95. More...

Those We Mourned in 2002

A special look at the great local and national people lost in 2002. More...


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