December 7, 2012 RSS feed / Columnists

It’s My Turn

This storm proved to be the biggest challenge of my life, but I have an unwavering faith that this community will come back bigger and stronger than ever before, and I will not rest until every family is safe and secure back in their own home. More...

Beachcomber

Mayor Michael Bloomberg came to The Wave offices in Rockaway last week to talk about the peninsula and the recovery of the newspaper, which published a free issue last Friday – the first since Sandy inundated our Beach 88 Street office. More...

It’s My Turn

After the initial shock of the storm, the displacement, then the assess-ment of loss, then manner and means of remediation and the anger and the bookkeeping and the phone calls and the mixed messages begin to subside, homeowners in Rockaway must take More...

Your Life And Privacy

Such a Pretty Face

You walk into your neighborhood supermarket, passing a digital sign that displays advertising. Using facial recognition technology, it reads your face and displays an advertisement for a sale on diapers. Is the ad for Pampers or Depend? More...

Notes from the High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

It's been a very long time since our "High "C's" column has been written and there is so much to speak about here in Rockaway. We have survived the most devastating storm I have ever seen in my lifetime living here on the peninsula. More...

Simon Says…

While we are in the process of rebuilding and regaining our lives in the Rockaway, Broad Channel, Breezy Point and Howard Beach community, so many wonderful volunteers have come from all across the world to be of assistance and to aid us in our time More...


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