February 8, 2003 RSS feed / Letters

Don’t Rush Memorial Plans

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

Lew Comes Through

Once again, Lew has come through for us. My husband was in need of a Department of Transportation Disabled Parking Tag. More...

Preserving A Legacy

This is a letter sent to Bayswater Friends and Neighbors from the Bayswater Civic Association, Inc. More...

Stop Promoting Hate

Last night I, together with both lay and clergy people, attended a meeting at the 100th precinct for the purpose of demonstrating the desire and ability of members of the community to live in harmony with each other, as they always hav More...

Yellow Journalism Lives

Yellow journalism lives and breathes on our shore. 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...

It Could Not Have Happened

I am in shock over your coverage of the Yeshiva incident. It is not possible that a boy from the Yeshiva would even touch a girl in front of fellow students and certainly not push one. More...

Never Again!

Your front-page coverage of a recent altercation that occurred between students of a Catholic and a Jewish school in our neighborhood (The Wave, Jan. 30, 2003) was, to say the least, most unsettling. More...

Promoting Racial Harmony

Local religious and civic leaders met at the 100 Precinct on Tuesday, February 4, to address issues of interfaith harmony in the community. More...

The Most Credible Version

Regarding the story of the yeshiva students and the Catholic girls, common sense suggests that Rabbi's version is the more accurate one. More...


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