October 29, 2010 RSS feed / Columnists

The Rockaway Beat

Turner Stumbled, Despite Room Packed With Republicans

The tent at the Bungalow Bar was packed with Republicans a week ago Thursday, when their candidate for the House of Representatives, Bob Turner, took on Congressman Anthony Weiner. More...

The Progressive

Silly Season

As the leaves fall off trees, and the shoppers are in stores seeking the perfect costume, we are also confronted with the silly season of election campaigns. It would be amusing if this season was only for comic relief. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

A blast from the past … Central Avenue … Far Rockaway…1948

Today’s Historical View is of Phil’s Men’s Shop, a firm that had been in the Rockaways for 40 years. More...

It’s My Turn

Kevyn Bowles is a teacher at the Waterside Children’s Studio School at PS 225 in Rockaway Baach. More...

Simon says...

As we get close to the general election on Tuesday, November 2, I’d like to give you my personal endorsement choices. U.S. Senator Charles Schumer, who we always call Uncle Chucky, has always been there to help all. More...

Beachcomber

Congressional candidate Bob Turner, who lives in Breezy Point, stunned even his supporters last week at a local debate by saying that those who work on the public payroll are like those on “the dole.” That term comes from England, More...

Boyle-ing Points

Vote For Me, I Will Write Letters

It’s not quite the cover of Vogue but thanks to Audrey Pheffer and Anthony Weiner for giving me the time for this photo shoot in which they dressed for Halloween as wind turbines. More...

School Scope

Teacher Sex Data Reports To Be Made Public

“Hundreds of teachers have reported errors on their data reports.” “Researcher Eric Hanushek says teachers’ scores should be public even if they’re flawed.” More...

The Inner Voice

There is no controlling or accounting for the way other people see us when they look at us. We also may look at someone and see something in that person that a third person may see as the opposite. More...

Looking Backward

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

It’s My Turn

When Did Business Sensibility Become A Partisan Issue?

In the current economic crisis I have heard many people question their political party affiliation. More...

From The Artists Studio

All, Knows All, Repeats Nothing

Oh dear folk of Rockaway, did you think that just because you had not heard the hoof beats of her steadfast steed, Horse de Culture, that Madam Rayah had forgotten about you? Nay, Nay! More...


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