September 29, 2006 RSS feed / Columnists

Health & Harmony

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School has begun and the apprehensions have appeared. The usual suspects are fear of new situations, meeting new people and the fear of failure. The major players in the drama are the students, their peers and the teachers. More...

From The Right

Bill Clinton Freaks Out

How would you describe Bill Clinton under pressure? While many will defend him as a politician who never lets his guard down and someone who was always able keep his cool, last week's episode of Fox News Sunday helped prove the contrary. More...

From The Artists Studio

kidsmART Registration This Weekend Rockaway Artists Alliance

Arts @ Fort Tilden: ARTSPLASH: RAA's month-long arts festival featuring visual, performing and spoken word artists. On view through October 15 at the Rockaway Center for the More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago...

More than likely many of us will be dead and buried before we see any signs of cable television in the Rockaways. Unity Inner City Cable T.V., the firm owned in part by Percy Sutton, owes the City of New York about $400,000. More...

Beachcomber

The Rockaway Music and Arts Council (RMAC) is looking for the best photographs taken during its annual Fall Festival at Riis Park two weeks ago for a contest that will bring prizes to those whose photos are chosen. More...

Eye On Physical Therapy

Most people that arrive in our office for physical therapy have suffered some type of injury. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Overall, the weather has been nice and folks continue to enjoy it. Its mild temperatures and gentle breezes make it good weather for taking walks to the bridge or along the side of the wildlife refuge. More...

MovieScope

'The Black Dahlia' - Messy Murder

Hollywood has of late turned its attention on itself, in terms of messy unsolved Los Angeles murders. More...


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