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Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

20 Years Ago... More...

Beach 116 Street, Rockaway Park, In About 1919...Oh How Sweet It Was!!!

This clean, uncluttered, and spacious air view is what Beach 116 Street looked like in the days before the Roaring 1920's rolled in, after the war to end all wars was over. More...

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Full Story

Simon says...

From the Desk of Lew M. Simon, Democratic District Leader, 23 More...

The Brag Bag

Lots of great news... Double congrats to Sherry and Mark Bernstein (Sherry is the Director of Education at West End Temple). More...

Dorothy Dunne

News Events/Travel Editor/Host + WNYX - TV Morning News More...

Broad Channel Bits

The warm weather feels wonderful. It is a great time of year-not too hot, not too cool. Enjoying the warmth of the sun feels especially good of late-invigorating and energizing. More...

It's My Turn

I continue to be embarrassed by and ashamed of many of my local elected officials. Case in point is Congressman Anthony Weiner, U.S. House of Representatives. More...

MovieScope

By Robert Snyder 'Friends With Money' - Aniston Has It Maid More...

With Beverly Baxter

Shevlin's Rev Up On Big Day

One of the things that makes life so wonderful is the witnessing of thegenuine love between two people on their wedding day; and the element of surprise bestowedwhen a couplecreatively hosts theirnuptials their way. More...

School Scope

Cinco de Mayo

This column has nothing to do with Cinco de Mayo other than appearing on that date but just hearing the words makes me want to have a beer. And I'm writing this at 6 a.m.Urp! More...

The Progressive

Praise And Thanks

Every Friday night, one right-wing radio commentator ends his broadcast with praise and thanks for the men and women of our armed forces, police and fire departments, and emergency medical workers. More...


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