March 15, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

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A Letter To Hope

Sometimes I am so sick of talking about that bitch Sandy I could spit. (Sorry if I offended anyone, and I know it wasn’t all her fault, but sometimes the word fits.) More...

Slice of Life

In August of last year I turned forty. More...

Simon says...

Last week we were so excited and overwhelmed by the great news that the Crossbay Bridge toll rebate program was extended for the next year. More...

From The Artists Studio

The Un-Fort Tilden Highlights

Do you know the best part of the “Healing Through Art” workshop at the Knights of Columbus today? More...

IDEAS WANTED Rockaway

900 Ideas From One School!

Getting over 900 ideas at one time for this idea guy is a bit….overwhelming! How did this happen and where did these ideas come from anyway? More...

Beachcomber

Ideas for the Moma Ps1 competition (boardwalk, open spaces, etc.) are due by today, March 15th. You will soon be able to view a lot of entries online. More...

Notes from the High C’s

Rockaway Music and Arts Council

It's been some time since our last column and I felt it important to let our members and the community know what the Rockaway Music and Arts Council is up to at present. More...

It’s My Turn

I believe Rockaway needs a Seawall with a wooden Boardwalk on top. We also should have a double bike path separated by beautiful landscaping next to the Seawall Boardwalk. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Snow was blowing in our faces last week Friday. Saturday was sunny and bright. Every speck of snow had melted away as if it was never there. I’m not the first to say it, but I think we are all just plain sick of the weather. More...

Brag Sheet

Happy birthday to.....Adriana Greco ....................... March 30Rachel West (Shapiro) ......... March 28Robin Shapiro ....................... March 23Eddie Conti ............................ March 25Alanna Toomey ..................... More...


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