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Advocate Candidate Sees Outer Borough Outreach

Zablocki Visits Wave, Outlines Plan

Republican Public Advocate candidate Alex Zablocki knows that his name is not well-known in Rockaway, but he came to The Wave last week to outline a plan that would allow "isolated communities who have not received their share of city services" to More...

Wanted for Beach 20 Street Robbery

The two thugs below, Leroy Sterling (left) and Dushon Green (right) are wanted for a robbery that occurred at about noon on September 30 at 242 Beach 20 Street. A third subject is in custody in connection with the robbery. More...

Cops Seek Hospital Bag-Stealer

Detectives from the 101 Precinct in Far Rockaway are looking for this man, who is believed to have entered St. John's Episcopal Hospital at about 11 a.m. on July 23 and removed a bag belonging to a nurse who works at the hospital. More...

Entertainment/Lifestyles

'Inksplash' Exhibit

"Inksplash," an exhibit featuring the works of 10 international master printmakers, continues in sTudio 6 Gallery, RoCa at Fort Tilden through Sunday, November 1. Admission is free. Gallery hours: Sat.s 12 - 4 p.m., Sun.s 1 - 4 p.m. More...

MovieScope

Whip It' - Juno On Skates

For actress Ellen Page, the big career question has to be: How long can she continue playing teenagers? More...

Milestones

Math and Science H.S. Senior to Graduate Early

Raymond Ramos, a senior at the Math and Science Re - search and Technology High School (MAST H.S.) in the Campus Magnet Com plex in Cambria Heights, who lives in Far Rockaway, is preparing to double up in a few courses as he prepares to graduate ea More...

Jonathan Caprio is 4

Jonathan Caprio of Breezy Point, celebrated his birthday on October 6, with his brother, Michael; sister, Alyssa; parents, Katie and David; and family and friends. More...

Ulrich Marches With Giuliani and Bloomberg

New York City Councilman Eric A. Ulrich campaigned with Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani this past Sunday. They marched together in the Howard Beach Columbus Day Parade along Cross Bay Boulevard in Howard Beach. More...

Editorial/Opinion

The Wave Endorses . . . . . . . . .

For Mayor, William C. Thompson. There are eight candidates running for mayor, but only two of them count - Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Comptroller William Thompson. More...

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Obits

John T. Crawley

Driver/Dispatcher

John T. Crawley, a 40-year Rock - away resident, died October 17. Crawley was born in Bronx, New York and worked as an ironworker, Local 361 and later as a driver and dispatcher for Surf Cab Company in Rockaway Park. More...

Marie R. Doscher

Homemaker

Marie R. Doscher, a longtime Rock - away resident, died October 15. Doscher was born and raised in Belle Harbor but later lived in Sands Point, New York, and Hilton Head, South Carolina. She was a longtime member of St. More...

Charlotte C. Foschi

Office Manager

Charlotte C. Foschi (McFadden), 86, a longtime Rockaway resident, died September 19. Foschi lived in Rockaway many years before moving to Worcester, Massachusetts eight years ago. More...

Candidates Speak Out As Election Day Nears

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov - ember 3 to elect our mayor and City Council members, among other elected officials. Local candidates have spoken out about the issues that matter most to Rock - away residents. More...

Little League On Roller Blades

The Rockaway Rockies are back in action at the organization's regulation size roller hockey rink on Shore Front Parkway and Beach 108 Street. Games are played every Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. More...

Community

Knights of Columbus Install New Officers

The Knights of Columbus Council held an installation of officers and convocation following a mass on Sunday, September 27. The traditional ceremony was officiated by the state officers of the Knights of Columbus, John P. More...

Gulluscio, Weiner Campaign Together

City Council candidate Frank Gulluscio is joined by U.S. More...

All-Hands Fire At Beach 100 Street Bungalow

Firefighters were called to an all-hands fire at Beach 100 Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard last Monday night at about 9:10 p.m. Arriving responders found a bungalow behind the 101 Deli and Bryan's Auto fully involved in flames and smoke. More...

Business News

Spooonfull Restaurant

Home Of Hearty, Slow-Cooked Southern Specialties

It's a down-home Southern eat ery. Food made the old-fashioned way. It's Spooonfull Restau rant of Cornaga Avenue in Far Rockaway. More...

Columnists

Rock Solid

Rockaway Artists Alliance — Champion Of The Arts On The Peninsula

If you are a regular reader of The Wave, you probably believe you know everything there is to know about the Rockaway Artists Alliance. More...

Beachcomber

If you're wondering about all the activity in Belle Harbor last Mon - day, blame it on a new independent movie that was being shot on Beach 130 Street between Rock - away Beach Boulevard and New - port Avenue. More...

Broad Channel Bits

coldest temperatures are bearable." So says one of our neighbors. Early days in this past week were sunshine filled, but it definitely wasn't cold! "Sun, sun, sun" - some house plants were seen to unfurl their leaves and enjoy basking in it. More...

Sports

H.S. Roundup: Beach Channel, FRHS Football Lose In Final Seconds

After Beach Channel QB Darryl Sanford scored a four-yard touchdown to narrow the Harry S. Truman lead to 14-13 with 1:21 left in the fourth quarter, the visiting Dolphins decided to go for the win. More...

Late Goal Helps Rockaway United Defeat Latin Stars

The Rockaway United boys' soccer team fall season has been a thrilling one, to say the least. After an incredible comeback to reach a draw in their first game, their second eclipsed the opener and provided a victory for the team. More...

Love, Peace And Unity Tournament Concludes Successful Season

The Love, Peace and Unity Basket ball Tourna - ment culminated in Sep tem ber with the LPU Pro- Am team de feating the Gymrats. City Tech graduate Roman Perez scored 17 of his 20 points in the second half as he led all scorers. More...

Letters

Pulling the Switcheroo

Dear Editor, The race for mayor is catching its second wind. In the land where all men are created equal, the only equality that can be divined about the mayoralty contest is, well, never mind. More...

Harassment!

Dear Editor, A lady is hanging her flag on the wall with management approval in honor of both her husband and son who died in 9/11. More...

American Flag Disagreement

Dear Editor, I am writing to disagree with Ms. McGillion's American flag argument. Ms. McGillion states in this article that she is "always willing to share." It doesn't seem so when you read this article. Ms. More...


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