April 18, 2008 RSS feed / Columnists

Dorothy Dunne

Religions Speak Out For Peace,Harmony And Love

Pope Benedict is in our midst this week and will be visiting several nondenominational churches to promote peace and harmony among all religious sects. The message to all is, love one another. More...

From the Editor's Desk

Our Bully Mayor Finally Gets His Nose Bloodied - Twice

Mayor Mike Bloomberg is a bully. There is no other rational way to put it. Perhaps it's because the self-made billionaire is not accustomed to being told he is wrong. Everybody needs to be told that he or she is wrong once in a while. More...

Horoscope

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Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago... Aghast engineers, inspectors, politicians, television and print media were all gathered Monday morning to inspect the deterioration of the North Channel Bridge. More...

Notes from the High C's

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

Last Sunday evening I attended a wine tasting hosted by Shelly Schneider and book signing by Miriam Sorger at Temple Beth-El. Now I know you're asking what the two things have to do with one another. More...

School Scope

Seniority Be Damned!

When you get on an airplane, peek in the cockpit. Do you feel better or worse if there's a gray-haired gent sitting in the pilot's seat? How would you feel if you saw, say, a 22 year old? How do you feel about seniority now? More...

The Progressive

Bored Of (Bad) Education

Most Americans believe in the value of a good education for the individual and society. Many people buy homes in areas that boast excellent public schools. Others are willing to pay a premium for a private or faith based education. More...

Beachcomber

The City Council has asked the NYPD to add a statistic involving crimes committed in local parks to its crime database. More...

Cross Currents

Ahhhhh, warm weather. Outdoor fun and baseball! It's time to watch our kids play T-ball and little league. More...

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Young Artists; three Exhibits Begin This Weekend; Receptions Next Week

DEADLINE for submission of entries: May 15, 2008 - "Good & Plenty," a revisit of RAA members' best work. Over the next several weeks, this column will explore the talents of some of Rockaway's young artists. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Many A Tear Has To Fall, But It's All In The Reality Game!

The legal beagles battled over ownership of the point of the peninsula, before the ink was dry on the deed to Captain John Palmer for Rockaway Neck in 1685, from the Native American Rockaway Indians! More...

The Inner Voice

Our choices in life are based on what we perceive reality to be. What we recall is usually triggered by something important within ourselves. If we care about money, we will remember an event based on how much money was spent. More...

Notes On Consumer Affairs

Don't Worry About Renewing Do Not Call Registry New Federal Law Keeps It Active

Have you received an email message claiming that millions of phone numbers registered with the Do Not Call (DNC) Registry are about to be removed from the registry? Thanks to a new federal law, this will not be the case. More...

Simon says...

Each and every day more and more people question me about whether I'm going to vote for Hillary or Obama. I keep explaining that the NY Democratic primary took place on February 5. More...


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