December 22, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Sanders, Conflicted On Police, Seeks A Plan To Fight Violence

Closed-Door Meeting Today To Find Consensus - Analysis Of The News

City Councilman James Sanders, Jr., is a man in conflict. More...

Community

‘The Looming Tower’ Looms Large As Reading ‘Must’

If you plan on reading only one book in 2007, make that book More...

Mayor Sets New Office Of Special Enforcement

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has announced the creation of the Mayor More...

Search On For Man Who Shot Seven Rounds At Police Officers

Detective for the New York City Police Department are endeavoring to locate Jamal Bryant, who is wanted in connection with an incident on Wednesday in which he allegedly fired a number of shots at police officers patrolling the Edgemere Housin More...

Editorial/Opinion

Opinions Add Cedric Smalls, Laton Spurgeon To Last Week’s List

Add Cedric Smalls and Laton Spurgeon to the list that includes Christopher Glenn, Mario Young, Ocie Johnson and Latina Bidrow. Those young Rockaway residents have the dubious distinction to be victims of homicide this year. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

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Letters

What A Change In Rockaway Dear Editor,

What a change! After 15 years living down south, I moved back to Rockaway Park. More...

Teen Fatally Shot Outside Hammels Building

Homicides, Shooting Incidents Rock Rockaway Two Shooting Deaths, Numerous

An 18-year-old Rockaway Beach man was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital Friday after he was shot once in the chest outside one of the buildings at the Hammel Houses. More...

Teacher Cleared In Racist Graffiti Case

A special education teacher was acquitted last week of scrawling racist graffiti on a bathroom stall at a public school in Belle Harbor. More...

Wave To Close Mondays 12/25 And 1/1

The Wave office will be closed on the next two Mondays so that our employees can celebrate the holidays with family and friends. The office will be closed on Monday, December 25 and Monday January 1. More...

Columnists

The Rockaway Irregular

How Is America Like Ludwig Wittgenstein (And Who Is Wittgenstein Anyway)?

For those unfamiliar with him, Ludwig Wittgenstein was a giant of twentieth century philosophy. More...

It’s My Turn

A Quiz On The A Train

Craig Bachrow, a longtime Rockaway resident, is a former associate editor of The Wave. More...

Beachcomber

The end of the year is always a time to take stock of what happened during the last 12 months. One of the ways we at The Wave measure success is by the number of pages we turn out each week. More...

Sports

Brawl At Garden Puts “Melo” In Suspended Animation

This was intended to be a feel-good story about the NBA More...

Defensive Stance Keys Flippers Second Half Comeback Win

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Deck The Halls With Basketballs At St. Francis Classic

The St. Francis de Sales CYO basketball teams hit the road for the final games before the break as the 22 nd Annual Christmas Tournament began at SFDS gym. More...

Obits

Obituaries

Joseph Harold Anderson Sr. Retired FDNY Lieutenant

Joseph Harold Anderson Sr., a former 34-year Far Rockaway resident, died December 14 at South Nassau Communities Hospital. He was 94. More...


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