February 23, 2007 RSS feed / Columnists

On The Beach

Pomp, Pageantry And The Parade

For me, it will always be a time to remember and a man worthy of remembering. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Helene Surmounts Another Mountain

Helene Danzilo of Breezy Point and Las Vegas is to be admired for the courage and strength she displayed when faced with the decision to operate or not with the fact she has heart and diabetes problems to complicate matters. More...

Beachcomber

The last winter swim of the year took place on February 10 when hundreds made the plunge into the icy Atlantic to benefit Cystic Fibrosis research. The February Plunge gets larger each year. More...

Broad Channel Bits

With Higher Temperatures, Lots Of Activities

Except for this week's higher temperatures, old man winter has the firm grasp of his icy fingers on our part of the world. Some days have been so bad, it feels like he'll never let go! More...

From The Artists Studio

KidsmART News, 'Big' News And Lit News Rockaway Artists Alliance

The latest from kidsmART Program Director Christine Mullally: kidsmART kids braved the elements (as did their parents!) and came up to T-149 on Valentine's Day to get their groove on at the Valentine's Dance. More...

MovieScope

'Because I Said So' - Matchmaking Mom

In what should be a flat routine chick flick, actress Diane Keaton shines giving a glow to all around her. It's real movie star magic and Keaton at age 61 has it to spare. More...

The Progressive

Wealth Distribution

After writing my last column regarding the legacy of Doctor King, I read about the demise of Abbe Pierre. He was 94 years of age. Very few Americans are aware of who this great man was. More...

School Scope

Travels To A Distant World

They say traveling to far away places can be broadening. But sometimes the longest journeys are not measured in miles. More...

It's My Turn

Are Red Light Cameras A Sign Of The Coming Surveillance State?

Constitutional attorney and author John W. Whitehead is founder and president of The Rutherford Institute. He can be contacted at johnw@rutherford.org . Information about The Rutherford Institute is available at www.rutherford.org . More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago...

"Rockaway residents can ill afford to be singled out for ticketing!" Elaine Castas, district manager of Community Board 14, exclaimed this week, when she learned that New York City Mayor Edward I. More...

Meeks Message From Capitol Hill

Honoring Black History And Each Other

African Americans and America have come a long way since 1926 when Carter G. Woodson first conceived of Negro History Week. More...

The Inner Voice

Change is a constant reality. The issues are just whether they are large or small changes. If one is open and flexible, one can ride the waves of life and adjust to what life gives as opposed to what we want. More...

Notes On Consumer Affairs

As the door closed on 2006 a month ago, many people moved towards 2007 with New Year's resolutions. Common personal promises like forwarding a career, beginning a hobby, and joining a gym will echo throughout the nation. More...


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