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Simon To Lead Beach Rules Rally, July 13

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Community

Rockaway Beach Volleyball: Fab Five Invade Camp Sica

The big news in the RBVL has nothing to do with volleyball and everything to do with five gay guys making over John Sica and his Rockaway house. That More...

Brown Delivers To Church Of God

Charles Ferguson, a driver for United Parcel Service (UPS), delivered a donation from UPS to Nesly Jean-Baptiste, administrator for the Church of God Christian Academy. More...

Carey Sings At Shea To Open Subway Series

Petty Officer 3rd Class Laura Carey, formerly of Belle Harbor, will sing both the "Star Spangled Banner" and "America" at Shea Stadium this weekend to open the "Subway Series" between the New York Yankees and the New York Mets.Carey, who now lives in More...

Editorial/Opinion

Show Them That You Care About Beach Access

On July 9 last year, at least 1,500 residents crowded the boardwalk at Beach 116 Street to demonstrate their anger over the restrictive beach and boardwalk rules and to demand action on changing those laws. More...

Editorial Comment by Robert Sarnoff

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Pheffer: Parks Dept. Top Dogs Are Liars Meanwhile, Cat Has Benepe and Kavanagh’s Tongue

Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer threw down her gloves this week and charged the commissioner of the Department of Parks Recreation and his deputy with lying and dancing around two of Rockaway More...

PD: Two Recent Shootings May Be Linked

Two shootings, the first on Saturday June 25 and the second on Tuesday, June 28, may be linked, police officials said. More...

Delay In MTA Takeover

The Bloomberg administration and the MTA continue to blame the six-month delay, announced last week, of the MTA takeover of the seven subsidized bus lines in the city on the State Assembly More...

Do You Have A Bungalow?

The Wave wants to document the remaining summer bungalows* in Rockaway. If you have one, we need help from you and your neighbors. More...

Columnists

Beachcomber

Each warm day, The Wave receives dozens of phone calls complaining about conditions on the beach, from a lack of lifeguards to Park Enforcement Police (PEP) who act more like Gestapo than like those who are supposed to keep our beaches safe. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Time really flies! It is hard to believe that July is here already. Flowers of all different kinds and colors are blooming all over the area and small green tomatoes are on some plants. More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host

You knew from the moment you took your seat in the audience at the Post Theatre last week that you were in for a fun time. And it held true with the audience participation warm up to the end of a humorously entertaining show. More...

Sports

Coles’ Fast Start Sparks Brooklyn Cyclones

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Sharks Blowout Chicago To Reach Semifinal

The New York Sharks will return to the IWFL Eastern conference Championship after destroying the Chicago Force, 40-0. The Sharks (8-0) will go against the Tampa Bay Terminators on July 10 to decide who will play in the IWFL women More...

RIBS Hold First Annual Rockaway Ribs Golf Putt Classic

On June 18th, the Rockaway Irish Boys- More...


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