November 5, 2010 RSS feed / Columnists

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InkSplash Closing Reception And Lecture

The next RAA general meeting on Monday, November 8 (see Fort Tilden Highlights box) will include nominations for the board of directors, elections to be held in December. More...

Drawing On Science

Oysters In the Bay

Prior to the European invasion of the east coast of North America, local Indians harvested clams and oysters without threatening the population of the species. More...

Boyle-ing Points

Clash Of Titans And Property Values

They almost had to call the cops. Political titans and no-love-lost rivals, Kevin Boyle and Anthony Weiner, clashed on the boardwalk last Saturday afternoon, mere hours after Kevin Boyle announced his challenge to the incumbent. More...

East End Matters

Looking Toward The Future

“Hope for the best when the election is over and that both parties come together to work for the people of America.” That was one post from 7online.com’s election night coverage that included submitting questions and comments to an More...

The Rockaway Beat

No Nice Way To Put It – Joel Klein Is A Liar, And The Value Added Report Cards Are A Joke

There is just no nice way to put it. No way around the truth. More...

Beachcomber

Several of out local politicians were mentioned prominently in the state Inspector General’s report on the Aqueduct Racino, including State Senator Malcolm Smith, Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer, Congressman Gregory Meeks and o More...

Broad Channel Bits

Fall winds gust strongly, blowing some of the leaves off their branches, bouncing pole-hung wires in the air and — in some cases — pushing people down the street toward their destinations. More...

The Diary Of A Green Thumb

November is a month of togetherness and a time to show thanks for the good things we have in our lives. We gather with family to show appreciation and make new memories. More...

Looking Backward

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

It’s My Turn

It’s The Curriculum, Stupid

Let me tell you what I learned in first grade through twelfth in the New York City Public Schools that I still use today. I learned to sew. I learned to cook. I learned to save money through school banking. I learned to read. I learned to type. More...

Commentary On Things Present

Rockaway: Unique, Beautiful, Dilapidated

Rockaway’s abundant natural resources glisten all 365 days, every year! To have a bird sanctuary in your backyard and an ocean beach at your doorstep is a bit unusual for a neighborhood in America’s greatest megalopolis, no? More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

A Rockaway Beach blast from the past...April...1947

This week’s blast from Rockaway’s past features the Crown Appliance store, which was on Rockaway Beach Boulevard, near Beach 82 Street. More...


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