August 18, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Crafts For Kids Day On Saturday, August 19

The Department of Parks and Recreation will host a Crafts for Kids Day on Saturday, August 19 from 12 to 4 p.m. at Playground M at Beach 84 Street and Shore Front Parkway. More...

Man On Bike Shot In Pelvis

A 28-year-old Far Rockaway man was shot in his pelvis Monday night as he rode his bike past the Ocean Bay Houses on Beach Channel Drive, police said. More...

Community

New CO Of 101Precinct Sets His Goals

Describing himself as a hands-on person with experience in the Rockaways, the new commanding officer of the 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway, Captain Brian McMahon, talked with The Wave about some of his objectives for his time in Rockaway. More...

'Cereal Box News' A Computer Innovation

A patent-pending computer program that provides an alternative to standard email, created by locals Rick Horan and Bill Hanson, premiered last month through a children's newsletter created by the duo and their company, PushPrint LLC. More...

Two 'Wolves' Charged With Beating, Robbing Man

Two thugs - part of a wolf pack that allegedly beat and robbed a Rockaway man in early June - have been arrested and charged in connection with the violent incident, The Wave learned this week. More...

Sports

Sorrentino Little League Host Title Weekend

The Sorrentino Recreational Center in conjunction with Health Plus/Police Athletic League/ City of New York will present the 2006 Parks and Recreation Queens Little League Baseball Championships this Saturday at O' Donohue Park. More...

RBVL Playoffs Set For Saturday At Riis Park

Tomorrow, the Rockaway Beach Volleyball troops will battle for the last time this summer on the sands of Riis Park. The playoffs will begin at 10:30 AM sharp and will continue until 6 champions are crowned in 6 divisions later in the afternoon. More...

QB or Not To QB: Jets Ponder Ramsay Dilemma

HEMPSTEAD, NY- The official training camp roster has 88 names listed, but for Jets fans, there's currently only four that matter. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Anthony Boswell Entrepreneur

Anthony Boswell, a lifelong Rockaway resident, died July 31. He was 68. More...

Obituaries

Bernice Brunson Hearns Housewife

Bernice Brunson Hearns, a Rockaway resident for over 20 years, died More...

Chamber Honored At Shea Stadium

John Lepore (third from left), the President of the Rockaway Chamber of Commerce and Joanie Omeste (third from right), the organization's Executive Director, were presented with the New York Mets Spirit Award at Shea Stadium for the Chamber's sponsor More...

Parks Dept. Responds To Rockaway's Renaissance

The Department of Parks and Recreation has appointed a veteran administrator with more than a quarter century of experience to oversee the Rockaways, a significant move that comes in response to the ongoing building boom and population surge here. More...

Kite Festival Flies High This Weekend

Usually we pray for high surf in Rockaway, but this weekend we pray for good wind as a dazzling display of creepy nylon creatures and strange, soaring creations are set to blow into town when the annual New York Kite Festival takes flight at the mall More...

Columnists

Congressman Meeks Speaks

The Minimum Achievement Congress: We Need A New Direction

My colleagues and I in the House and Senate have recessed for the month of August. Ordinarily, most of us spend part of the recess working in our respective districts as well as spending time with our families who see far too little of us. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Breezy's Beautiful Bride On The Bay

+ 12:00 noon on UHF Chs. 35 & 26 Monday - Friday It was the wedding of the year, the first I have heard of where a marriage ceremony was performed on the Bayside Beach at the foot of 219. More...

From The Artists Studio

Indaculture Returns And The Rubin Museum Rockaway Artists Alliance

Every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Fort Tilden through August 24 on the outdoor Rockaway Moon Stage between sTudio 6 and sTudio 7 Galleries. (Inside sTudio 7 if it rains.) BYO blankets, chairs, coolers, family and friends. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions

Be Careful What You Wish For

The Department of Transportation added insult to injury last week by changing the 'No Parking" signs on the south side of Shore Front Parkway to "No Standing Any Time." That might seem like a benign change to those who live on the beachfront parkway, More...

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Letters

Letters

No Need For A 'Mainlander' Representing Rockaway Dear Editor, More...


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