October 14, 2011 RSS feed / Community

PHC Participates In Cedarhurst Fair

Peninsula Hospital Center showcased its ophthalmology and dental departments at the recent Five Towns Community Chest Fair in Cedarhurst on September 24 and 25. More...

PHC Answers Questions In Health Forum

Community Board 13 recently gathered all the Queens County hospitals together for the purpose of providing information about their respective programs and services. More...

Locals Participate In Sarnoff Art Workshop

“You haven’t seen anything until you’ve drawn it,” says Wave cartoonist Robert Sarnoff, who recently ran a series of drawing workshops at the Seaside Library. More...

Can You Guess Where And When?

An old family photo was submitted by a Wave reader of his grandmother, Lillian Rublin, standing on a boardwalk next to a lamp that seems to say on it “Garden Lamp from Tokyo, Japan.” Can More...

Beach Debris Documented By Littoral Society

Hundreds of volunteers from school, civic and environmental organizations came out in force to clean and document beach debris as part of the annual NYS Coastal Cleanup sponsored by the American Littoral Society. More...

Street Corner Renamed In Memory Of Jack King

A large group gathered on the corner of Beach 130 Street and Cronston Avenue at noon on Sunday to rename the area “Jack King Way” in honor of longtime civic activist Jack King, one-time p More...

RWA Making Water Safety A Top Priority

In 2009 the Rockaway Peninsula had more drownings than any other coastal community in the US. More...

Fundraiser For ‘Superman’

In April, two-year-old Eddie Livingston, better known as “Superman” to his friends and family, was diagnosed with stage four Neuroblastoma Cancer. More...

PHC Auxiliary Feels A Revival

Peninsula Hospital Center’s Auxiliary met on October 4 with a feeling of rebirth and exuberance and renewed commitment to its mission to assist the Hospital Center as it moves forward. Todd L. More...


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