August 25, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Most Colorful Event In Rockaway Rocks The Beach

The annual New York Kite Festival is arguably the most colorful event to hit Rockaway each year. This year More...

Community

Bloomberg Addresses Rockaway Seniors

Mayor Michael Bloomberg made a campaign stop in Rockaway on Thursday morning to speak with more than 200 senior citizens and to tell them why he should be reelected as mayor. More...

Breezy Pipes And Drums Perform In World Music Fests

A group of 35 pipers and drummers from the Breezy Point Pipes and Drums Band participated in one of the largest mass bagpipe events held in the United Sates on August 21. More...

Addabbo Addresses Needs Of Seniors, Disabled

City Council Member Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. announced that he has cosponsored two pieces of legislation in the Council aimed at aiding senior citizens and individuals with disabilities in his district as well as in the city. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Another Summer Gone, Still No Beach Access Answers

With Labor Day only weeks away, it is time to look back at this summer More...

Letters

Letters

Wave Irresponsible And Unethical Dear Editor, More...

Far Rockaway Looks Like ‘Wild West’ At End Of Summer

A spate of six separate and unrelated shooting incidents has marred the last few weeks of summer in Rockaway More...

SI Man Caught ‘Winging It’

A Staten Island man was busted last weekend when he was seen sitting naked in his car masturbating near a park where kids were playing, police said. More...

Final Look At AA Flight 587 Submissions

The final submissions of the six designers and design teams that seek to build the American Airlines Flight 587 Memorial on the southern end of Beach 116 Street will be on view at the Beach Club, 129 Beach 116 Street on Wednesday, August 31, from 6:3 More...

Free Gift For Kids At Queens Libraries

All Queens libraries have a free gift for children and young adults who sign up for a library card during September. More...

Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The rain stayed away last weekend, which was good for the Carnival-goers. This is the last column in the month of August. More...

Beachcomber

Once again, the New York City Kite Festival was one of the highlight activities of the year. The weather cooperated and so did kite enthusiasts from all over the east coast. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Fresco

by Susan Hartenstein The art of fresco is reported to be the oldest known form of painting, considered during the Renaissance to be the More...

Sports

Mets’ Stars Born This Year With Wright And Reyes

FLUSHING, NY More...

Tournament Held In Loving Memory Of Murdered ‘Poppa’

A community basketball summer league took place between the months of June and August in memory of More...

Jets Aim For Super Season: Giants Try For Playoffs

Summer More...


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