April 3, 2009 RSS feed / Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The weather has been fairly typical for this time of year—no late snow storms of anything out of the ordinary except the hailstones this past Sunday evening! More...

Drawing On Science For Kids

Evidence For Evolution

In 1831 the "HMS Beagle" departed from Plymouth, England on a voyage to South America, around Cape Horn north to the Galapagos Islands, west to Australia, around the Cape of Good Hope and back to England. More...

The Rockaway Beat

Irish Mike: The King Of School Spin (Part I)

Shortly before the Rockaway St. Patrick's Day Parade began, the mayor's minions walked Rockaway Beach Boulevard with signs that urged everybody to vote for "Irish Mike" Bloomberg. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Long Gone Edgemere Hotels Of Yesteryear … The 1920s

This historical view of old Edgemere Hotels should be classed as an hysterical view. Yours truly says that, because he has been collecting antique postcards of the Rockaways for a quarter of a century. More...

Beachcomber

In the "Nero fiddles while Rome burns" category, take note of our State Senate Democrats, who can't find the time to bail out the MTA so that locals can commute to work and eat during the same month, More...

The Rockaway Irregular

At last month's St. Paddy's Day Parade in Rockaway my buddies from the Rockaway Republicans popped up holding a sign supporting Mayor Bloomberg. More...

Simon Says...

We would like to thank all the Rockaway, Broad Channel and Breezy Point voters who voted overwhelmingly for me for City Council. I'd like to thank you from the bottom of my heart. More...

The Inner Voice

We live in uncertain times where the future is not so easily planned for or predicted. More...

Looking Backward

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

From The Artists Studio

KidsmART Responses, A Welcome For Two Exhibits

RAA and our Education Department thank all the community-minded people who have taken the time to write letters of support in response to last week's column warning of the proposed elimination of the city's Department of Youth and Community Develop More...

It's My Turn

Politicians Just Don't Get It

Politicians just don't get it. They throw around millions as though they were "twenties" and billions (that the average person still can't fathom) are giving way to trillions. What's next, the kabillions we joked about in our childhood? More...


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