January 4, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

The standard greeting between Broad Channel neighbors these days is more likely not “how are you,” but “where are you?” As the New Year now rolls in, many Channel people are still living elsewhere, still displaced by hurricane More...

Eye On Rockaway

Mold Is An Issue

One week after Superstorm Sandy hit, the Arverne Cancer Support Group was scheduled to hold its annual ‘Celebration of Life’ dinner. More...

Simon says...

We would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and peaceful New Year, as we all work together to rebuild and restore our beautiful Broad Channel, Rockaway and Breezy Point. More...

It’s My Turn

Bob Turner Signs Off

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each of you for allowing me to serve as your Congressman. More...

Beachcomber

Some Beachcomber items listed here ran online at rockawave.com last week but not in the paper. Just in case you missed them we’re rerunning a few. More...

Boyleing Points

Might Have To Die Of Thirst Or Take Out A Loan

I’m not naming names. Yet. But I will after I’ve finished my research. At a local eating establishment I had a perfectly fine hamburger and the server couldn’t have been more charming. More...

School Scope

I last left you at around 4:30 on October 29th as the waters from the ocean three and a half blocks away started coming up the bay block I live on. Knowing high tide was around 9 p.m. this was not a good sign. More...

Dorothy Dunne

Jingle Bell Rockaway Festival More...

Eye On Rockaway

One week after Superstorm Sandy hit, the Arverne Cancer Support Group was scheduled to hold its annual ‘Celebration of Life’ dinner. More...


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