November 18, 2011 RSS feed / Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

For those who’ve had the pleasure, the Q53 can often be an interesting ride. Recently passengers were treated to the automated announcement system repeating “Please exit by using the rear door of the vehicle. More...

Historical Views of the Rockaways

The Arverne (Prince) Hotel, Arverne Section, 1888 to 1935

This week Historical Views publishes two very rare photographs from the old Arverne (later Prince) Hotel, which stood for many years on Remington Avenue (Beach 69 Street) near the beach. More...

Looking Backward

What The Wave Said 20 Years Ago... Firefighters had to cut Nelson Cruz from his automobile after he had a head-on collision with another car on Beach Channel Drive at Beach 112 Street on Wednesday. More...

Rockaway Teen Challenge Report

This is the first of a monthly series of reports about the coming Rockaway Teen Challenge – an Olympics-like event for local teenagers. More...

Beachcomber

The story about the Peninsula Hospital Center that ran in Crain’s New York Business two weeks ago is troubling in several ways. More...

It’s My Turn

Veterans Deserve Every Opportunity

Congressman Bob Turner represents New York’s 9th Cong More...

Notes from the High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

Just this morning I was to the funeral of one of our dear members, Shirley Golub, who passed away earlier this week. More...

The Rockaway Irregular

A Filmmaker In Rockaway

The communities of the Rockaway peninsula are known for lots of things, starting with our beaches and all the things people like to do on or near them. But we’ve also got a cultural dimension which is sometimes overlooked. More...

East End Matters...

PHC Wrong To Toss Out Children’s Special Needs Program

When Peninsula Hospital Center was threatened with closure earlier this year, the community fought hard with rallies and petitions to save it. At the eleventh hour Revival Home Health Care came in and kept the doors open. More...

Health & Harmony

Mindfulness And Turkey

“In the US, there are greater than 50% more heart attacks in winter months than in summer months, and it’s mostly about stress.” – Julia Layton, Discovery Fit & Health. More...


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