June 13, 2008 RSS feed / Columnists

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Exhibit Reception, Watercolor, Music, Music, Music

A Heads Up for Saturday, June 21 when Rockaway and the rest of New York City will sizzle across the five boroughs with free live musical concerts. More...

From the Editor's Desk

Of Crime, Punishment And Lawsuits Against The City

You have to love New York City juries. In August of 1988, Darryl Barnes was seen running through the streets of the Bronx wielding a Tec-9 semiautomatic gun. An off-duty police officer identified himself and ordered Barnes to stop. More...

Horoscope

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Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago... More...

School Scope

Ethics (And The Lack Thereof)

Defining ethics can be more elusive than holding on to a wet bar of soap, but one general view is that it has to do with right and wrong. Some say there is no such thing as ethics. That right and wrong are based on your point of view. More...

Social Security And You

This Father's Day, Help Your Dad Save $3,600

It may be that your father has always been there to provide advice, whether he was showing you how to throw the perfect pitch or cast a fishing line. More...

The Road Less Traveled

Congratulations to Tracy Rutter for another successful year raising money for Locks of Love and St. Baldrick's. Kutting for a Kause raised $20,000 this year in a single day bringing the three year total to $70,000. More...

Beachcomber

The Wave misspoke in last week's edition in the front-page story about the borough president's recommendations on the R-7 zone for Beach 116 Street. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Mardi Gras Comes With Summer

Well, the heat was really on us in recent days- and the rain! Not too many folks enjoy the really hot weather and some worry about a blackout happening again. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Unjustly Imprisoned For 22 Years

Alan Newton graduated from Medgar Evers College at age 46. He had spent 22 years of his life behind bars for a crime of rape, robbery and assault that he never committed. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

How Many Bungalows Were Built In The Rockaways Of Yore?

Several times in the past yours truly has stated that I have never tried to get an accurate count of how many bungalows were built in the whole of the Rockaways of yore! More...

The Inner Voice

If we react to something, we are creating an emotion. The bigger the reaction, the bigger is the emotion with which we surround ourselves. More...

Notes On Consumer Affairs

The dog days of summer are fast approaching, and for many consumers this is the time to get in shape and shed those pesky pounds added over the winter months. It seems that everyone is hitting the gym or starting a weight loss program. More...

Simon says...

It is once again the season to enjoy Rockaway's beautiful beaches, the diamond of the east coast. In the extreme heat our beaches have been crowded past 8 p.m., but once again so many of our beaches are without lifeguards. More...

The Progressive

Facts

"I never guess. More...


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