October 27, 2006 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

With the general election on November 7 coming up quickly, The Wave is hosting some special pages that highlight the campaign platforms of the two candidates in the only local contested race - the State Assembly seat in the 23 Assembly District. More...

Broad Channel Bits

It's Halloween Season Again

The leaves are starting to change. They still are mostly on the branches, but some fall each day. Soon, a lot of folks will be raking up big piles of leaves. More...

From The Right

Dreams of Grandeur

On almost every major news network, political pundits and analysts alike are predicting a democratic sweep in both houses of Congress. More...

Weed & Seed Speaks...

"Cop Shoots Suspect During Violent Struggle" - 22-year-old male; "Teen Shot is Far Rockaway" - 17-year-old male; "Shot Twice in Back, Hammels 19-Year-Old Man Can't Identify Shooter"; "Rockaway Teen Shot Dead in Redfern Drive-By" - 18-year-old female; More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago...

Police investigating a suspicious fire last Friday at Nina's Pizza, 148 Beach 116 Street, unexpectedly found a blasting cap with wires underneath a rear door. The area was secured. The bomb squad was called in. More...

It's My Turn

School Revolution, Not Reform

Bernard Gassaway is the former principal of Beach Channel High School and a Deputy Superintendent in the New York City Schools. He often writes on school issues and has penned a book on his time in the city schools. More...

Eye On Physical Therapy

Last month I wrote about letting injured tissue heal properly. More...

From The Artists Studio

Malice Comes To Fort Tilden Rockaway Artists Alliance

- October 28-31 - 5 to 8 p.m. - sTudio 7 Gallery Oh, my beloved children of this fabled peninsula. The time has come once again for me to scream from the rooftops, warning you of the dread that is to come. More...

MovieScope

'Man Of The Year' - Political Comedy Thriller Falls Flat More...


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