June 10, 2011 RSS feed / Columnists

Paws For A Moment

& Shots, Shots More Shots!

Despite all the chilly weather we have been having here in the Rockaways, spring is here and summer is creeping in closer. They say April showers bring May flowers, but it also brings those pesky little buzzing bugs… mosquitoes! More...

The Progressive

Rape

A few days ago, I was in a doctor’s waiting room when other people waiting with me began to discuss the current economic crisis. One man told me his neighbor has not worked full time in four years. More...

Broad Channel Bits

A fast “Wummmp!” and a slower “Crunch.” No, not the script from an old Batman episode, but rather two sounds you do not want to hear, especially in summer. More...

From The Artists Studio

History Is An Art

Featured guest at next RAA meeting: More...

Simon says...

The Good Government Regular Democratic Club, where my office is located, has moved to 114-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard. Our phone is still 718-945-1216. If we can assist you, please call me. More...

The Inner Voice

We create our own suffering very often. We get upset when things don’t go our own way, when we don’t get what we want, when life goes awry or when we get too attached to certain people or outcomes. More...

Spotlight on Elder Law

Estate Planning Should Be Considered ‘Intergenerational’

The law firm of Brady & Marshak, LLP focuses their practice on Estate Planning and Elderlaw. More...

Point of View

NO SILVER PLATTER

There is an ancient Rabbinic legend which speaks of three gifts given by God to the Jewish people. Each brought with it sacrifice, suffering and travail. More...

It’s My Turn

Honoring Our Heroes

On Memorial Day, we paid tribute to all the brave heroes we have lost fighting for our country. We must also remember the debt we owe to those veterans who return home. More...

Rock Solid

Goodbye To Peggy Vivino Of The RTC

Margaret Kuffner Golden Vivino, known as “Peggy” to her friends, died of cancer on Monday, May 30. More...

School Scope

The NAACP Strikes Back

On May 26, Eva Moskowitz and other Harlem charter school operators closed down their schools for hours in the morning so that the parents and children could rally at the NAACP Harlem headquarters to try to pressure the NAACP to drop out of the lawsui More...

Beachcomber

There was news from both of our police precincts in recent weeks. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

Old Morrison’s Theatre, Beach 102 Street, Seaside, N.Y.

From reading Historical Views over the years, you surely must remember features in the Old Morrison Theatre, a sort of landmark place, on the Bowery at Beach 102 Street, in the Seaside section of Rockaway Beach. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Gerard Casey In Winner’s Circle At Belmont

Unbeknownst to me the Blue Goose (Breezy Point’s private shuttle) stops working at 3 p.m. on Sundays so that I had to walk from Beach 219 Street to Kennedy’s, when Teresa Sefchek drove her car up to give me a ride. More...

Looking Backward

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


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