May 28, 2010 RSS feed / Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

Summer is approaching slowly, but surely – even though it has been, overall, cool for this time of year. And it looks like the heat is well on its way too. More...

The Rockaway Beat

This is the third of a series of columns detailing the words of a new book on education by one of the most knowledgeable educational historians in the nation. More...

The Inner Voice

It is so uncomfortable for us when life is out of our control. People have different ways of looking at things and each person has a sense of timing. Life carries us along at its own pace. More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago... 20 Years Officials of the Prince-Wynn Post 260 Veterans of Foreign Wars are being called on again to provide an official New York City needy family food distribution center. More...

The Progressive

Neo-Realism

The past few weeks have been tumultuous. More...

School Scope

The Hits Keep Comin’

Peruse the newspapers, listserves, blogs and other Internet sources and not an hour goes by without some new piece of education related news (mostly awful). I’ve got to get some sleep. Here are just a few headlines and my comments: More...

Beachcomber

If you have heard rumors that your local library is slated to close due to budget cuts, don’t believe it, at least for now. More...

From The Artists Studio

Of This, And That … And That

Call to visual artists, performing artists and writers living and/or working in Rockaway: Artist Yuri Yurov is looking to create a series of black and white photographic portraits of the artists of Rockaway for exhibition in sTudio 7 and as an his More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

A group of Far Rockaway buildings… 1937 and two at the west end

If You have Any Old Photos or Historical Information About The Rockaways Please Send It To: HISTORICAL ROCKAWAY C/O THE WAVE P.O. BOX 930097 ROCKAWAY BEACH, N.Y. 11693 More...


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