December 21, 2012 RSS feed / Columnists

Beachcomber

Alternate side parking rules in Community Board 14 (Rockaway and Broad Channel) were reinstated this week by the city. The parking restrictions had been suspended indefinitely in the wake of Superstorm Sandy. More...

School Scope

What Were We Thinking?

Here’s hoping everyone is recovering as best they can. I’m so glad The Wave has come through this. Seeing it out again is a clear sign we are moving towards the new normal.  More...

Simon says...

As we sit again and write our weekly column, we are continuing to be depressed, heartbroken and upset for all. More...

It’s My Turn

Tragedy Redefined

The column that was planned for this week was one about the most vulnerable victims of hurricane Sandy, our children. How while children, we adults expected our lives to be stable! How crushed we were when we endured our first death! More...

It’s My Turn

Too Soon, Or Too Late?

After the Columbine massacre, many said it was too soon for a discussion about gun control in this country. After Virginia Tech, Tucson, and Aurora, we heard the same thing. More...

Boyle-ing Points

A Rockaway Carol

’Twas the night before Christmas and all through the RockThere were broken hearts on every blockWhere only chimneys remained, no stockings were thereIt was easy to fall to a state of despairWhere were the children, were they snug in their beds? More...

Broad Channel Bits

Framing the big picture, a front page Able News story by Daniel Early says this, “(Hurricane Sandy) would cause such a wide swath of damage to the densely populated states of New York, New Jersey and others that it would take the entire nation More...

The Inner Voice

What a time this has been since October 29, 2012. We did not expect such a storm to appear even though we were all warned of the confluence of events that would be happening. More...


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