November 6, 2009 RSS feed / Columnists

Notes from the High C's

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

On Saturday evening November 14 and on Sunday, November 15 RMAC will be presenting "Between The Waters" a juried fine art and photography exhibit and sale in memory of Barbara Eisenstadt. More...

From The Artists Studio Rockaway Artists Alliance

Take A Sad Story And Make It Joyous

Marjorie Eliot is a spiritual, artistic force; an extraordinary woman; a gem to be found in a setting with which many of us are not familiar - the northern reaches of Harlem. Each Sunday since 1993, from 4 to 6 p.m. More...

The Rockaway Irregular

Setting The Record Straight

Recently surfing the Internet, I was disturbed to find an out-of-context quote from one of my past articles on a New York Times blog site. More...

East End Matters...

Rape, Apathy Do Not Mix; Some Thoughts On Coal

Two women were attacked in two days. Last Saturday morning, as a rapist walked around Arverne, most residents chose to remain in their homes as Councilman James Sanders Jr. More...

Health & Harmony

The Pregnant New Yorker

There appears to be another baby boom upon us. The questions about safe pregnancies abound in my practice. What can I eat? Can I do yoga? Is it safe to get a massage? How do I keep healthy throughout my pregnancy? More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

An Attempt At Railroad Crossing Elimination In The Late 1920s

As the alarming rate of railroad grade crossing accidents, between fast moving trains of the Long Island Rail Road and local cars and trucks, was escalating, a program was begun to start eliminating about 27 such crossings on the Rock - away penins More...

Notes On Consumer Affairs

Have you received merchandise through the mail that you did not or der? If so, you are not alone. More...

Broad Channel Bits

November brings us bare tree limbs, ever-cooler temperatures and thoughts of a turkey dinner near the end of the month and maybe even of Christmastime. More...

Beachcomber

For the first time in several months, Mayor Michael Bloom - berg pulled his campaign advertisement from The Wave's October 30 edition, right before the Nov - ember 3 election. We have to wonder why. More...

The Morning After: Winners (Thompson) And Losers (Bloomberg, The UFT And Anthony Weiner)

The big winner, and maybe the only winner in the mayoral election, was Bill Thompson. Fifty-one percent to 46 percent. Add the other anti-Bloomberg candidates and it's a statistical tie: 51-49 percent. More...

Looking Backward

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

Spotlight on Elderlaw

Protect Your Home, Your Most Valuable Asset From The Cost Of Long Term Care

Many clients who come to see us are interested in transferring the title of their homes to their children. More...

It's My Turn

A Special It's My Turn For Veterans Day: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

Clarence E. Hill, is national commander of the 2.5 million-member American Legion, www.legion.org, the nation's largest wartime veterans organization. More...

SJEH Wellness Corner

National Diabetes Month: Using Your Glucometer

November is National Diabetes Month and a good time to review the use of your glucometer. More...

It's My Turn

Senator Monserrate Should Resign Now

The legal process has run its course in regard to the domestic violence allegations against New York State Senator Hiram Monserrate. More...


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