March 1, 2003 RSS feed / Front Page

New Park Possible

Rockaway could soon be the only Queens neighborhood to give refuge to one of the most shunned groups of modern society More...

Community

Awards Luncheon Hosted By Ladies Auxiliary

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Morris Haynes, Veterans of Foreign War, Post 2781 hosted an awards luncheon on Monday, January 20 at the Sorrentino Center. More...

Broad Channel Volies Install Officers

Assistant Chief Joseph Nocerino, known to all as More...

Beware Of Water Dept. Imposters

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has learned that individuals have been visiting homes in areas of Southeast Queens and asking to take water samples for testing. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Lots Of Questions Remain About 587

This editorial appeared in The Wave a year ago this week. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

Pentagon Issues 80,000 masks
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Is School Reorganization Good For Rockaway?

The school reorganization plan is moving full speed ahead. We have been told that Matt Bromme, our most recent superintendent of schools has already moved on to Tweed Courthouse, to be replaced, at least for now, by his deputy, Michelle Lloyd Bey. More...

Cops Bag West End Burglary Suspect

When police officers from the 100 Precinct in Rockaway Park entered 112-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard on February 20 to execute a warrant to search for drugs, they were surprised to see, laying in plain sight, jewelry, silverware and other items that a More...

New Route For St. Pat’s Parade

Webcams Will Broadcast Parade To World

Rockaway Beach Boulevard is the place to be this Saturday, March 1, as the 28th Annual James Conway Sullivan Memorial Queens County St. Patrick More...

Little Globe Holds Open Call For Actors

The Little Globe Theater is seeking four actors for its June adaptation of "Separate Tables" by Terence Rattigan. This performance marks the third season of performances by the theater More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

The Wave got a few telephone calls from Broad Channel residents who reported that an army copter that looked like a Huey flew low over the community, circling for a few minutes at about 6:15 p.m. More...

Broad Channel Bits

This winter certainly makes up for winters that have had no snow or ice and relatively warm temperatures. There has been no talk of global warming this winter because it has certainly been a cold, wet season so far? More...

Chatting With Chapey

RMAC Trip To Picasso and Matisse Exhibit At MOMA

On Saturday, February 22, the Rockaway Music and Arts Council had a very uplifting and enriching visit to the Matisse and Picasso Exhibit at MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art) in Long Island City. More...

Sports

Bayside Ends Beach Channel’s Championship Hopes

For anyone who has not seen the Bayside Lady Tigers in action, it is a sight to see when head coach Stephen Piorkowski makes substitutions. More...

Seahorses Pulls Off Miracle Win

There is always a highly spirited and fierce rivalry that Far Rockaway and Beach Channel has in all sports. The Junior varsity basketball battle was no different as Far Rockaway squeaked out a 75-74 come from behind win against Beach Channel. More...

FDNY Brooklyn Hoops Rocks At St. Francis

The St. Francis De Sales gymnasium was packed Friday night as the raucous crowd energized the FDNY Brooklyn Squad to a convincing 103-81 victory over a decimated NYPD team. More...


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