February 8, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

One Dead As Shots Ring Out on B. 100 Street

A Rockaway man was shot and killed just before 1 a.m. on Sunday when two men who police say were waiting for him fired one shot into his head. More...

Community

Saluting Black History Month

The Wave is proud to present this latest feature in our annual salute to Black History Month. More...

Saluting Black History Month

Tiger Woods: Profile of A Golfing Legend

The Wave is proud to salute other great African-American pioneer: Tiger Woods. Since bursting onto the professional golfing circuit, Woods has managed to become what many consider to be the greatest golfer in the history of the game. More...

Boyle To Lead Book Discussion

"Braving The Waves More...

Editorial/Opinion

Do Not Ground A Nation’s Dreams

The nation mourns the death of seven brave men and women who went into space in an attempt to increase mankind More...

Getting To Know Each Other Is The Key

The problems that spurred the harassment that occurred on Beach 129 Street last week, a confrontation that pitted Orthodox Jewish young men from a local yeshiva against neighborhood Catholic girls did not suddenly spring up on that Saturday evening. More...

Letters

Don’t Rush Memorial Plans

The ownership of the private plots of land should be addressed before the discussion of any memorial. More...

Enjoyed Art Show

A friend and myself had the pleasure of attending the "Vermillion" Art Show at Fort Tilden on February 1. This show was sponsored by the Rockaway Arts Center. More...

Express Buses, Not Ferries

What is this thing that our local representatives have about ferry service in Rockaway??? Have we not been there, done that at least twice before? More...

Administrative Changes Made At BCHS

John Marcus, who has been the Assistant Principal, English at Beach Channel High School, has been named by Queens High School Superintendent John Lee as the new Interim Principal for the school. More...

Meeting Expresses Concern Over Hate Crime

Responding to the arrest of three yeshiva students for "harassing" some Catholic schoolgirls, a meeting was held at the 100 Precinct on Tuesday evening, hosted by the precinct More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The entire Rockaway community should grieve the loss of two of the peninsula More...

Boyle-ing Points

This is one of those Liz Smith-Bev Baxter-Victoria Gotti-Dorothy Dunne columns. I get to tell you about some great party and list the celebrities I rubbed elbows with. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Snow, ice, bitter cold, rain, sunshine! Last week had such warm-for this time of year-days. It was a welcome break from the cold, though I heard a lot of people saying: "Everyone will get sick now!" More...

Sports

Clark And Beach Channel Capture Queens Gold

For the Beach Channel Dolphins, the road to capturing the PSAL Queens Basketball Championship was a weeklong journey filled with confusion and repetition. More...

Stella Maris Flippers Wins One, Loses One

Sometimes in sports as in life when you win one and then lose one, simple arithmetic dictates you are back to square one with a zero net gain. Not true or even close for SM More...

Quietly, Mets’ Trachsel Slips Back Into Rotation

Baseball Columnist

Ask your average rabid baseball aficionado for a rundown of just what the Mets did this offseason on the open market, and you More...

Obits

Obituaries

Gloria Brochin Warshofsky

Gloria Brochin Warshofsky, a life-long resident of Far Rockaway, passed away on January 29, 2003. She was 74. More...


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