June 29, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Wave Office Closed Wednesday, July 4

The Wave office will be closed on Wednesday, July 4 for the celebration of Independence Day. Advertising deadlines will be as follows for the July 6 issue: Columns, other editorial submissions and display ads, Monday, July 2 by 5 p.m. More...

Community

101 Precinct Looking For Explorer Candidates

It is probably one of the least known, but one of the most important community programs the New York City Police Department runs - the Explorer program, which brings together area youth and officers of the NYPD. More...

Changes Continue To Affect Rockaway In Such Areas As Housing,Roads and Beaches

The city has begun the second phase of its redevelopment of the stores surrounding the Beach 116 Street subway station. Fashion Wave and The Last Stop Café reopened last week. More...

FRHS Class Of '57 Celebrates 50th With Wine,Memories

The Far Rockaway High School Class of 1957 held its 50th reunion at the Marriott Hotel in Uniondale, Long Island last Saturday night. Nearly 100 alumni and their spouses showed up for the event, the first reunion held by the class in 25 years. More...

Sports

RLL Selects Girls Major Softball All Stars

The Rockaway Little League Major Girls Softball Division held their annual all-star game on June 15. More...

Lightning Curtails RBVL Actions

from page 92 and influence people." His mates congratulated Fash and promptly threw him off the team and deleted his e-mail address from all of their computers. More...

Jones Adds New Dimension to Jets RB Attack

HEMPSTED, NY- Pound for pound, Thomas Jones is perhaps the strongest player on the Jets roster. More...

Guyanese Event Not Permitted

The permit was denied, but only time will tell if that's enough to keep tens of thousands of Guyanese celebrants from jamming Floyd Bennett Field on July 8th. More...

Far Rockaway Native Killed By IED In Baghdad Bombing

Aman who graduated from Far Rockaway High School in 2004 before joining the U.S. Army to get money for college was killed in Iraq on June 21. More...

Columnists

From the Editor's Desk

High School, Fifty Years Later: Testing Mortality

There is nothing like a reality check about your own mortality than attending a fiftieth reunion of your high school class. More...

From The Artists Studio

Rockaway Artists Alliance Summer Nights, Cool Breezes and Cool Art

RAA CONTACT INFO: Phone: 718-474-0861; Fax: 718-474-4373; e-mail: rockart116@aol.com; website: www.roc kawayartistsalliance.org. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Down For The Summer

News Events/Travel Editor/Host + WNYX - TV Morning News + 12:00 noon on UHF Chs. 35 & 26 Monday - Friday Look around and you can see some of the boarded up homes are opening their doors to welcome a new summer season. More...

Editorial/Opinion

Two Young Men Gone, How Many More Before We Know That It's Time To Go?

Another young Rockaway native has died in Iraq, this time, the victim of what is euphemistically called an IED - an Improvised Explosive Device. More...

Editorial Comment

by Robert Sarnoff

"Global Warning" More...

Letters

What's Happening On SFP? Dear Editor,

The following letter was sent to the special projects director for the New York City Department of Buildings and to The Wave. Dear Mr. Ferrante, First let me thank you for your letter dated April 10 2007 (ref. More...

Obits

Jessie Rasile

Factory Worker

Jessie Rasile, a Rockaway resident for more than 20 years, died June 26. She was 99. Rasile was born in Brooklyn on November 15, 1907. She was a factory worker and a parishioner at St. Edmund Roman Catholic Church in Breezy Point. More...


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