June 26, 2009 RSS feed / Columnists

The Rockaway Beat

How Moses (Robert, Not The Bibilical Leader) Destroyed Rockaway

I had to digress last week to talk about the clowns who populate our State Legislature, but now is the time to get back to more mundane matters - the people who destroyed Rockaway. Two weeks ago, I wrote about John Lindsay and his time as mayor. More...

Simon says...

Rain, rain, go away, do not come another day. The Good Government Regular Democratic Club will be holding a series of Town Hall meetings to meet the Democratic candidates who will be in the September 15 primary. More...

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Final Chance To See The Poetry And Rhythms Of 'Geometric'

Exciting word from Dan Guarino, chair of the Writers Group: The next RAA Writers Group meeting will be on Monday, July 20 at 6 p.m. in sTudio 7, the larger of the two RAA gallery buildings in RoCA, Fort Tilden. More...

School Scope

Is The School Year Over Already?

Even though retired for seven years, my year still runs on school time. But when you sit in a garden all day, you can lose track of the days. Or months. More...

Beachcomber

It is certainly good news that the Rockaway Music and Arts Council will once again run a Summer Sunset Picnic Concert Series at Riis Park this summer, albeit a shorter season than in the past. More...

Broad Channel Bits

A lot of folks are tired of all the rain and would enjoy seeing the sun in a cloudless sky for a change. It has been unreal seeing so much water falling out of the sky. Perhaps July will bring the sun. P.S. More...

The Progressive

Economic Woes

Many of us, who are employed or have a steady income, feel lucky in these difficult times. At the same time, we feel nervous about the most chaotic economic climate since the Great Depression. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

The NC-4 Historical Anniversary Flight Of May - 1986

In May of 1919, the United States Navy seaplane known as NC-4 (or Navy/Curtiss Four) began the first transatlantic flight to the European continent with sister ships NC-1 and NC-3. More...

Looking Backward

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

The Inner Voice

Life can be counted in days, years, minutes or whichever way our perception chooses to evaluate the passing of each moment. What is our path of life really? More...

It's My Turn

Parents And Their Schools

In re your editorial ("Give School Control Back to the Professionals, Parents," June 5), The Wave could not be more on target. More...

Drawing On Science For Kids

EVOLUTION: Human Evolution

According to the Theory of Evolution all living things evolved from a common ancestor. Humans, as primates, are no exception. Primates are mammals having a rounded head with a flat face. More...


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