July 22, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

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Chamber

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The Rockaway Chamber Annual Dinner Dance is scheduled for Thursday, September 22 at 6:00pm at Russo More...

Wireless Zone – Pride In Customer Service

Wireless Zone, located at 159-20 Cross Bay Boulevard in Howard Beach, is a franchise of Verizon Wireless, owned and operated by Jodi Somerstein for the last four years. More...

Beachcomber

Just last week, the NYPD graduated its most diverse recruit call ever. The FDNY, however, continues to have problems recruiting minorities and women for its ranks although it has tried mightily for the last few years. More...

Sports

Sorrentino Recreation Center Little League Baseball

The Sorrentino Recreation Center/ HealthPlus/ City of New York Parks & Recreation/ Police Athletic League baseball season representing the borough of Queens is off to a terrific start with two divisions: More...

Shilelagh Law at Irish Fest

This Saturday, July 23, the Rockaway Rugby Fisheads will play host to the Saturday Irish Festival, featuring the band Shilelagh Law. The event kicks off this year with an 11 a.m. match-up of the Old Boys vs. Young Boys at Fort Tilden. More...

Strawberry Returns, Cyclones Honor Dodgers

The Brooklyn Cyclones may be a minor league team, but last week it was a major league appearance by Darryl Strawberry that got the Keyspan Park crowd a buzzing. More...

Obits

Elaine J. Castas Former City Council Assistant

Elaine J. Castas, a longtime Rockaway resident, died July 20. More...

Flight 587 Finalists’ Artwork In Upcoming Exhibit

The Mayor More...

DOT Eyes SFP

The Department of Transportation will study two spots on Shore Front Parkway in the wake of a deadly drag racing crash that happened along a stretch devoid of traffic signals, a spokesperson confirmed. More...

Flight 587 Memorial Finalists

Linda Covit Caesura, 1991

Linda Covit is an internationally recognized artist who lives and works in Montreal, where she was born in 1948. She has traveled extensively, particularly in Japan. She has been commissioned for a number of public artworks in both Canada and Japan. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

Mid-Summer In Broad Channel

Mid-summer already! The gardens are getting watered a lot by Mother Nature so far this year. With lots of bright-colored flowers in bloom, this season is always a treat for the eyes. More...

Chatting With Chapey

Frank Pedagno: A Good Samaritan

Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip and B103, the Long Island Oldies Station at 103.1 FM have teamed up to salute Long Islanders whose generous efforts have made Long Island a great place to live, work and raise a family. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Daguerreotypes

For years a method was sought to directly fix the image of objects thrown by a lens onto a surface. What was needed was a medium that would be sensitive to light, forming an image on that medium using a lens and light. More...

Editorial/Opinion

After 20 Years, The Issue Still Remains

20 years ago this week, The Wave ran an editorial by Publisher Leon Locke arguing that the parking restrictions in the west end were necessary because of the action of those down for the day. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Letters

Letters

Residential Zoning Dear Editor, A beautiful two-family brick home on Beach 121 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard (the former office of Dr. More...


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