March 30, 2007 RSS feed / Columnists

The One And Only Last Traffic Circle In The Rockaways

There were two traffic circles in the Rockaways, and both have long since been eliminated. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Last Weekend To Catch Photo Show Fundraiser Saturday At B. 116 St.

Commentary by Susan Hartenstein THROUGH SUNDAY: Photography: Process and Print - Exhibition on view @ sTudio 6 Gallery in RoCA, Fort Tilden: through this Sunday, April 1. Admission is free. More...

MovieScope

Review By Robert Snyder 'Premonition' - The Sick Sense Some 40 years ago, there was a "Twilight Zone' episode, where a man wakes up in a nice suburban bed only to have his wife s More...

Spotlight

On Elderlaw Living and Coping With Dementia

As attorneys with many clients who are elderly, we frequently encounter couples and families who live with someone with dementia. This month we decided to write about some of the things we have learned from them. More...

The Diary Of A Green Thumb

Easter Lilies

The white, trumpet shaped flowers on an Easter lily represent life, purity and hope - the very essence of Easter. They are one of the most popular gifts given for an Easter celebration. More...

Beachcomber

The Organizers of the Far Rockaway High School Class of 1957 Reunion are looking for lots of alumni to attend the upcoming event on June 23 at the Long Island Marriott. We've agreed to print some of the names of those they're looking for. More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said

20 Years Ago... Congregation Derech Emunoh is closing its landmark synagogue at Beach 67 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard, Arverne. More...

Health & Harmony

Spring is the Greening Season

Spring is the greening season. It is the time to bring to fruition all the ideas that have been germinating throughout the wnter season. Spring is the time of creation and birthing. This is a beautiful metaphor. More...

The Life Of Rockaway's 'Invaders' In the 1950's

Juvenile Book Tells Story Of Arverne Beachfront Hotel

Those who lived in Rockaway when it was a small town with a winter population under 20,000 and a summer population that swelled into 200,000 each year between Memorial Day and Labor Day called those extra residents "The Invaders." It was o More...

Social Security And You

There's a lot of talk about online services. But what about people like me who don't have Internet access? More...

The Rockaway Irregular

Rockaway Writer O'Callaghan Featured At Upcoming Literary Arts Festival

Local Rockaway author Thomas O'Callaghan describes his twelve-year effort to take his first novel, a police procedural cum thriller, Bone Thief (Kensington Books), from conception to completion as an odyssey of exploration. More...

Weed And Seed Report

As a kid growing up in the Redfern Houses, and loving sports as I did, football season excited my hormones in an anticipation of the pick up games of neighborhood football with the guys. More...


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