April 26, 2013 RSS feed / Community

Why Not Cruise To Work?

Since its post-Sandy inception, the Rockaway ferry has carried thousands of peninsula commuters to Manhattan every morning and back again in the afternoon. More...

Summer Reading Challenge On!

The New York State Assembly’s Summer Reading Challenge will return this summer to keep kids motivated to continue reading while on break. More...

Coffee, Poetry, Prose, And The RAA Writers Group: A Review

Coffee, poetry, prose and the Rockaway Artists Alliance Writers Group. That sums up what happened on Sunday, April 14th, at Sip This Café in Valley Stream. More...

Lady Ravens Call: Join Now

The premier Lady Ravens cheerleading, dance and step team has put out an invitation for one and all to join them. More...

Goldfeder Celebrates Earth Day With RWA

Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder celebrated Earth Day with the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, Project Hope and dozens of volunteers from all across the city who helped beautify the neighborhood by pickin More...

Poly Prep Makes Earth Day Visit Here

Staff and students from Brooklyn’s Poly Prep celebrated Earth Day by sprucing up Beach 129th Street. They cleaned up the planters around the street trees on the block and planted them with spider plants from the school greenhouse. More...

Honors Given To St. Camillus Students

On Friday April 5th, Student of the Month Awards were presented by Sr. Agnes, Principal of St. Camillus School, for the categories of Responsibility and Effort. More...

SANDY WAS HERE:

A Six Month Retrospective

On the night of October 29th, 2012, everything changed for Rockaway, Broad Channel and much of the northeast coast. Hurricane Sandy came through and left a different world behind it. More...

RYTF Cleans The Rock

Last weekend one of the first spring cleanups on the peninsula took place as the Rockaway Youth Task Force hosted ‘Clean the Rock, Clean The Block.’ The cleanup, originally scheduled to take place around the perimeter of Beach 60th Street More...

Groceries, Comfort And Care To Those In Need

Marking the six month anniversary since Hurricane Sandy, NYC's Family to-Family along with Peapod, the country’s leading online grocery service, announced a 90-day campaign to restock the kitchen cupboards of families still struggling from the More...

JASA’s Senior Center Gets Prepared

Seniors at Roy Reuther Senior Center had the opportunity to make their own first aid kits on Friday, March 29th. More...

Sandy Myths Demystified

Last week, on Wednesday, April 16th, high school students from PS 308 and Scholar’s Academy took part in the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance’s living classroom program at the MoMA PS1 dome. More...

Grant Goes To Miss D’s

During and immediately following Hurricane Sandy, Miss D’s Playgroup, a Far Rockaway daycare, preschool and gathering spot for children ages 2-12, acted as a resource center for the community, serving as a gathering place for residents displace More...

The Schumer Pool?

The underpass which allows people to walk from the Riis Park parking lot to the beach is filled with water. More...

PS/MS 183 Celebrates Girl And Boy Scout Leaders

PS/MS 183Q has announced it is celebrating the Parent Leaders of the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts of America. More...

Young At Art On Display

Local teens and children will display their photographs of the community after Sandy in a special exhibition presented by the Children’s Movement for Creative Education and the Smallwater Relief Initiative. More...

Meeting To Open Dialogue

On Wednesday, May 1st, there will be a Town Hall Meeting at the MoMA PS1 VW Dome. The meeting will run from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Elected officials confirmed to attend include Councilman Eric Ulrich and Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder. More...

Inquiring Intern

Name: Jimmy The Fisher Man Age: 65 year oldLiving here: 10 years More...

Brace for Detour on Rockaway Beach Boulevard

As work continues on Rockaway’s main boulevards, drivers can expect to take some detours for several weeks. More...

Earth Day Cleanup In Arverne

On Earth Day, Saturday, April 20th, members of the American Littoral Society teamed up with 40 volunteers from Bloomberg Company to clean debris from the shoreline at Dubos Point on Jamaica Bay. More...


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