February 25, 2011 RSS feed / Community

Going Bonkers Over Bullying

Wave editorial cartoonist Elgin Bolling says he was bullied as a child and wanted to do more than simply point a finger at the subject, denounce it and move on.  More...

Pheffer Lends Hand To Fire Vollies

Assemblywoman Audrey I. More...

DOE To Begin Work On Hazardous Fixtures

Schools Chancellor Cathleen P. Black, Deputy Mayor for Education Dennis M. More...

RAA Hosts Dual Event At Wildlife Refuge

Officials of the Rockaway Artists Alliance are inviting local residents to spend a Sunday afternoon surrounded by great art, music and words.  More...

First Congregational Church Celebrates 125 Years

On February 22, 1886, a group of sturdy 1800s entrepreneurs, led by Fannie Holland, came together and voted to form a Congregational church in the heart of Rockaway Beach. More...

311 Service Request Maps Launched

Deputy Mayor for Operations Stephen Goldsmith, Mayor’s Office of Operations Director Liz Weinstein, and Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) Commissioner Carole Post have launched 311’s new Service Request M More...

Seek Volunteer Ombudsmen

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens will conduct training for people living in Far Rockaway who are interested in becoming Volunteer Ombudsmen. More...

Sarnoff Film Pick For First Queens Festival

Denis Hamill, writing in the Daily News, called it “a movable feast, a collection of culinary gab fests … a love letter to enduring friendship.” Sunday, March 6 at 1 p.m. More...

PAL Honors Queens Brotherhood Winners

This month the Police Athletic League (PAL) announced the Queens winners of its Annual Brotherhood/ Sisterhood Art Contest. More...

100 PCT Community Council Meetings Resume

The 100 Precinct Community Council’s monthly meetings resumed this week at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Rockaway Beach. Last month’s gathering was cancelled due to inclement weather. More...

RAA Presents‘The Life Of Still Objects’

The Rockaway Artists Alliance is certainly not standing still as they shake off the grays of winter to present another successful exhibition. More...

Join The NYPD Citizen Academy

The New York City Police Academy is sponsoring the Spring Session of the Citizens Police Academy, which is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, March 16 at 6 p.m. More...

NPS Origami Workshop

The National Park Service will present an Origami Workshop: Snowflakes to Flowers hosted by origami expert Steve Terr, on Saturday, February 26 from 1 p.m. More...

Parade Committee Hosts Annual Antun’s Fundraiser

The Queens County St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Cultural Committee hosted its annual fundraiser at Antun’s restaurant in Jamaica on Saturday, February 19. This year’s parade honorees were introduced and installed at the gala dinner. More...


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