July 16, 2004 RSS feed / Community

Brown’s Hardware Beautifies Beach 116 Street

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‘Death By Disco’ Murder Mystery Set For Beach Club

In early March, a Catholic Priest was stabbed and the Grand Marshal for the St. Patrick More...

NPS Hosts Tour Of Historic Fort Tilden

The National Park Service (NPS) at Gateway National Recreation Area is offering the public an opportunity to tour historic Fort Tilden on Saturday, July 17th at 1 p.m. More...

Henrick’s Surf Update: Changing Tides at 90th Street

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Ozone Beats Rockaway In Tough RLL Battle

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Twice a year, in May and Nov-ember of each year, an international antique postcard bourse (show) is held in Manhattan. Dealers come from all areas of the states, and from all over the world. More...

Ken Good And Jill McManus Tie The Knot

A wedding party that was so large that it needed two receptions to fit everybody in took place over the July 4 Weekend, when Kenny Good, the co-owner of both the Beach Club and The Rockaway Sunset Diner was married to Jill McManus. More...

Local Involved In Experimental US Army Program

Soldiers who normally train at this massive Army post next door to Death Valley in California More...

Look Who Turned Four

Christopher Anthony Quagliariello of Neponsit, son of Ilene and Anthony Quagliariello, and big brother to Jennifer, celebrated his fourth birthday on July 8. More...

Rosen-Lambert Graduates From Wesleyan

Phyllis Rosen-Lambert of Rockaway Park recently graduated from Wesleyan University with a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies in Movement. More...

Lambert Graduates From Arcadia

Mariel Lambert of Rockaway Park recently graduated from Arcadia University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. A member of the Alpha Epsilon Lambda honor society, Lambert received her degree with distinction honors. More...

Yale Alumni And Scholarship Dinner

The Yale Alumni Club of Queens and the Five Towns held its annual installation and scholarship dinner at the home of Dr. Joseph and Judge Jean Fox of Neponsit. More...

Davis Joins Bridal Consultants Assn.

Robyn Andrea Davis of Far Rockaway has joined the Association of Bridal Consultants. Davis, who operates Robyn A. Davis Creations, joins other wedding professionals who seek to improve their business. More...

Surprise Party For Brother And Sister

The Stanley and Sweeney families joined together on July 10 to celebrate the 70th birthday of Richie Stanley and the 60th birthday of his sister, Maureen Sweeney. More...

Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary Luncheon

Peninsula Hospital Auxiliary Co-President Anne Levine, Patte Bogen Roberts, Joyce Little and Co-President Sheila Schwartz are pictured at the recent monthly luncheon for the group. More...

Sanit Nabs Three Dumpers, Impounds Vehicles

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PHC Hosts Local Jewish War Vets

Robert V. Levine, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peninsula Hospital Center, hosted the annual meeting of the Bernard E. Weiner, Post 258, Jewish War Veterans on Sunday, July 11, 2004. More...

Breezy Couple Open Ices Stand

Gerard and Leslie Valentine of Breezy Point recently opened Rita More...

Scenes From A 1972 Hurricane

Remember the hurricanes of the 1960 More...

The Bungalow Tradition Lives On ‘Club 101’ Celebrates July Fourth

The Wave wants to document Rockaway More...

Young And Old Swing To The Music Of The Big Band Era

A large crowd turned out last Sunday night for the second Rockaway Music and Arts Council More...

Assembly Designates 9/11 As ‘Remembrance Day’

Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer has announced that, before recessing, the Assembly passed legislation she sponsored designating September 11th as "September 11th Remembrance Day," a day of commemoration to honor the victims of our nation More...

NCYC To Host 17th Annual Fishing Tournament

Save the date and buy your bait More...

Beach 131 Street Residents Honor America

Grand Marshal Walter Douglass. More...

Community Cruise A Big Hit With Locals

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Eye On Physical Therapy

Some old wives tales and myths may actually have some truth in them. We are often admonished not to be so stressed out. Worrying too much can make us sick. There has always some anecdotal evidence between the role of stress and wound healing. More...

Sorrentino Recreational Center News

Summer Camp Soccer 2004

Sorrentino Recreation Center under the expertise of soccer coach Raynold Desmarets presents it More...

Youth Girls Lacrosse Starts At Beach Channel

On Thursday, July 8, registration was held for the newly created Rockaway Youth Lacrosse Team. Some 25 girls have already committed to the team. Practice and scrimmages will be held at Beach Channel High School every Thursday at 5:30 p.m. More...

JASA Holds Father’s Day For Roy Reuther Residents

Sidney Oestricher and Sira dancing More...

Kitty to Firefighters: Let Me-owt!

Firefighters from Ladder 121 and Engine 266 rescued a rambunctious kitten that was stuck inside the roll-down gate housing at the Self Storage on Beach 88 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard on Tuesday morning. More...

Truitt Competes In Miss Teen Of New York

Anissa N. Truitt of Far Rockaway is competing for the title of Miss Teen of New York at the 2004 State Pageant. Truitt, the daughter of Maurice and Roslyn Truitt is competing for the title of Miss Teen of New York and a $1,000 cash scholarship. More...

Dologuin Named To Dean’s List

Marianne Dologuin, daughter of Lourdes and Mario Dologuin of Rockaway Park, has been named to the Dean More...

Hadassah Plans Twilight Dinner

Selma Frank (left) and Elaine Sheen (right) are the chairwomen for planning the newly named Charlotte Bloomberg Children More...

Locals Graduate From American International

Marie Estime and Christopher Wright of Far Rockaway recently graduated from American International College. Both students received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Communications. More...

Colleran Twins Turn Three

Justin and Samantha Colleran of New Jersey turned three on July 10. Their parents are Steven Colleran formerly of Roxbury and Rachel Colleran formerly of Neponsit. More...

Muggers Undone By Cellular Phone

A pair of brazen teenage muggers was busted on the beach early last Friday morning just minutes after they robbed a man at gunpoint More...

Local To Be Honored By U.S. Post Office

Local artist and Wave editorial cartoonist Robert Sarnoff has been selected by the United States Post Office to have his artwork used as a cache on a limited edition Duke Kahanamoku cancellation. More...

Parks Department Photo Exhibit Features Rockaway

The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation is presently running a photo exhibit, entitled, Going Coastal: The Beaches of New York City. More...

RDRC Meeting At Peninsula Hospital

The Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation (RDRC) is inviting all Rockaway residents and business owners to an open meeting on Thursday July 22, at 5 p.m. More...

A Wave Review

RTC A Hit With

This past weekend The Rockaway Theatre Company followed up its wildly successful season opener, Nunsense, with yet another smash musical production. The King and I, Rodgers and Hammerstein More...

Simon ‘Beach Rules’ Meeting Draws 25

Twenty-five people crammed into Democratic District Leader Lew M. Simon More...

Walk The Trails Of ‘Dead Horse Bay’

The National Park Service at Gateway National Recreation Area is offering the public an opportunity to learn about the natural, cultural and recreational resources of the Jamaica Bay area, while walking the trails of Dead Horse Bay on Saturday, July More...


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