November 21, 2003 RSS feed / Community

Bayswater Players Do ‘Broadway Bound’

The Bayswater Players, who have been performing plays at the Bayswater Jewish Cen More...

Belle Harbor Student Honored At St. Saviour

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has named Samantha Carini of Belle Harbor, and Diana Lawless of Park Slope, Brooklyn as Commended Students. More...

Beach Channel HS Hosts Thanksgiving Dinner

Beach Channel High School is hosting its Fifth Annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Students will serve nursing home residents and senior citizens a turkey dinner complete with dessert. More...

Broad Channel Legion in Veterans Parade

The Broad Channel American Legion Post 1404 led the Queens County Color Guard on Veterans Day in Manhattan. Pictured from left to right: Harry McMahon, Emma Brandt and Manfred Brandt. More...

JWV, VFW Host East End Memorial Ceremony

On a cold and windy Sunday, members of the Jewish War Veterans and the Veterans of Foreign Wars met at the memorial on Beach 9 Street and the Boardwalk to renew old friendships and to remember those who were no longer with them this year. More...

Juvenile Diabetes Fundraiser A Success For PHC

The recent fundraiser to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Fund and a new unit at Peninsula Hospital Center, which will address the disease, was a success, with more than 180 people attending. More...

Winter Coats Needed for Coat Drive

The 15 Annual New York Cares Coat Drive will collect used adult and children More...

Neighbors Pooh-Pooh Toilets Next Door

Residents in a section of Rockaway already besieged by messy construction crews may have to live with almost 250 porta-potties near their homes if a recent city zoning assessment is correct. More...

Blood Donor Crisis in New York

Due to changing blood donor criteria, donor deferral rates have been increasing since 1999. More...

St. Edmund’s Begins Spirit Week

St. Edmund Prep High School recently celebrated their annual Spirit Week, which is the start of the school More...

Winter Happenings at St. Virgilius

Kindergartners enjoy their Halloween games sponsored by the Parents Association. More...

Pumpkin Picking at St. Francis de Sales

Pumpkin patch on the front lawn of St. Francis de Sales. More...

After School Art Club at St. Rose of Lima

Miss Ianno gleams with students showing their artistic works. Pictured are seventh grader Melanie Boyce, and sixth graders Gab riela Pires, Jonathan Echevarria and Stephanie Orr. More...

Sea Breeze Golden Age Club Celebrates A Birthday

The Saint Francis de Sales Sea Breeze Club celebrated its 33rd birthday at the Beach Club this week. More...

SJEH Celebrates Ambulatory Care Center

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SJEH Sets Chrysanthemum Ball

Members of the Development Board of St. John More...

SUV Skips, Flips In Bird Sanctuary

Photos by Susan Locke More...

Two Men Shot By Mystery Man In Black

Two Far Rockaway men who turned up at Peninsula Hospital with gunshot wounds said a man dressed in black fired at them nearly ten times while they were walking behind a property on Beach 54 Street on Monday, according to police. More...

Paul Anka, November 21 & 22

Music man Paul Anka will appear at Westbury Music Fair on Friday, November 21 and Saturday, November 22 8 p.m. Tickets are $50 and are available at Westbury Music Fair More...

Chicago, November 28

Chicago has written, recorded and performed some of the most popular and best loved songs in rock history. Chicago will perform at Westbury Music Fair on Friday, November 28th at 8 pm. More...

Irish Tenors, December 21

The Irish Tenors bring their gifts of song to Westbury Music Fair on Sunday, December 21st at 7 pm. Tickets are $60 and are available at Westbury Music Fair More...

LIRR Launches

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Aviation Museum Slated For NASNY

The House has passed legislation authored by Representative Anthony Weiner securing over $2 million for Gateway National Park.  The funding, which passed as part of the Department of the Interior Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2004, will be used More...

Beach Replenishment To Begin

Congressman Anthony Weiner has announced that, beginning in December, 1.06 million cubic yards of sand will be pumped onto Rockaway More...

Adventure on the High Seas

You can treasure the earth and teach others to do the same by becoming a volunteer for Atlantis Marine World and the Riverhead Foundation. More...

APO Fortis Wins Accolades From 101 Precinct

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These days, people are lucky to find a job that they, not only, love to do but would continue doing even if they weren More...

November Is CUNY Month

State Senator Malcolm Smith has announced that New Yorkers will have the unique opportunity to see how an education at the City University of New York can enrich anyone More...

Former Rockaway Residents Married In Florida

Former Rockaway residents Toni and Christopher Pullis were married on November 8. The couple is pictured parents Eileen and John Pullis. The newlyweds are now living in Clear More...

Celebrating The Birth of Redpath Twins

Emily Elizabeth and Julia Terese were born on May 27, 2003. Emily is the older sister and was born at 1p.m. Julia was born fifteen minutes later. Proud parents Mike and Jen Red More...

PHC Names Briss VP for Nursing

The Peninsula Hospital Center Auxiliary welcomed Georgia Briss, RN, Vice President for Nursing and Chief Nurse Executive at Peninsula Hospital Center. More...

Rockaway Rotary Celebrates Century Club

The Rockaway Rotary Club held its annual Century Club Dinner and Drawing at Russo More...

Dancing in Fort Tilden

Students Jaleesa Gilbert and Shan More...

Young Artists

Angelina Laboy and Jessica Jenkins of class 1-228 at PS 43 enjoy painting class. More...

Rockaway Teacher Organizes Walk-A-Thon

Administration, faculty, staff and students of St. Edmund Prep High School recently participated in their fourth a nnual Walk-A-Thon. English teacher and Rockaway resident, Marie McGoldrick, coordinated the walk, which took place in Marine Park. More...

St. Rose Pumpkin Patch

Principal Theresa Andersen smiles with Pre-K student Frankie Richard. More...

Book Fair at St. Francis de Sales

The students from K-8 attended a book fair in the small hall of St. Francis. The books were provided by Scholastic Publishing. Each class had a set time to view and purchase books and posters. More...

Portability For Cell Phone Users

Starting next week, and for the first time, cell phone users who change carriers will be able to keep their cell phone number. More...

Persistent Police Get Gun

Police said they arrested a man and confiscated his loaded handgun after his girlfriend told them he assaulted and threatened to shoot her on Tuesday. More...

SJEH To Host Ribbon-Cutting On December 3

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Beware of DEP Scam

The New York City Department of Environmental Protection has cautioned city residents that several men posing as DEP or "Water Department" employees have been attempting to gain access to homes by claiming to investigate water leaks. More...

Track Work To Derail ‘A Train’ On Weekends

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has told The Wave that, due to track work at the Mott Avenue station, the A Train will not run to Far Rockaway on weekends beginning on November 21 and ending on December 19. More...

Weiner Chides Feds For Security Spending

Representative Anthony Weiner, who represents much of the Rockaway peninsula, has studied the funding provided by the Department of Homeland Security and believes that he finds it wanting. More...

Susan Tedeschi, December 12

Blues artist and Grammy nominee Susan Tedeschi has gained accolades from famous fans like Gwyneth Paltrow and Melissa Etheridge, and has toured and performed with the likes of John Mellencamp, B.B. More...

Nana Mouskouri, December 5

Mention the name Nana Mouskouri today in America, and someone is sure to ask, "Is that the woman with the glasses?" For a career that spans for more than three decades of singing and performing in Europe, Mouskouri has become recognized in More...

O’Jays, Whispers, December 26

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