May 20, 2011 RSS feed / Columnists

Health & Harmony

TeleHouseCalls

A new day is dawning in healthcare. They are calling it telemedicine. “They” are the big corporations like Bosch and Intel and GE who make technology. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

A scene on the beach at Seaside – Rockaway Beach, N.Y. –1918

This photo of the beach at Seaside is an historical gem, in the sense that you see all that was repaired and replaced after the storm of 1914, and lost or destroyed again during the storm of 1920. More...

Looking Backward

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

The Rockaway Beat

The Gang(s) That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

When Jimmy Breslin wrote his novel about the Italian mob and called it the “Gang who Couldn’t Shoot Straight,” he defined the modern buzzwords for anybody who was so bad at their job that they couldn’t walk and chew gum at the More...

From The Seawolve’s Den

PART 1

Readying for College witha Councilman’s DonationBy Stephanie Stewart More...

Broad Channel Bits

It was a gray morning in Broad Channel last Saturday; with clouds overhead and a cool breeze that made you wonder if Spring and Summer might just postpone their arrivals after all. More...

Commentary On Things Present

Sometimes A Bad Notion

Last week the Massachusetts House of Democrats – oops, I mean the Massachusetts House of Representatives – passed legislation to end collective bargaining for the Commonwealth’s municipal workers. More...

Beachcomber

We have received some letters, mostly from Catholics, that we misused the word “absolved” in the headline on the recent story about the dismissal of charges against Brother Tom Trager, the Marionite brother who had been charged with sexua More...

It’s My Turn

DOE Delay Puts Children At Risk

Thousands of our school children currently spend hours inside classrooms each day that contain harmful toxic chemicals called Polychlorinated Biphenyls, or PCBs. More...


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