June 14, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

School Scope

A Few Observations

I know there are non-educators who don’t even bother reading this column because it is so inside baseball. They tell me they have no idea what I am talking about. But then again I also have no idea what I am talking about. Psssst! More...

IDEAS WANTED

Rockaway

The American Institute of Architects is full of good ideas. They were here this past week to help create a design action plan that will help Rockaway come back stronger than ever. More...

The Inner Voice

Watching my plants outside after their experience with the saltwater really shows me again how little I can control. Some of the large evergreens in front looked beautiful all winter. I just thought that meant they were ok. More...

It’s My Turn

Meetings Mean What?

I have not been attending the local community meetings being held nearly every week in Rockaway for the past few months. My husband attended nearly all of them and usually comes home in a bad mood. So I decided to attend the meeting at P.S. More...

Slice Of Life

Only in Rockaway do you think you write one of your best articles then receive texts, Facebook posts and Tweets letting you know what you missed. Unfortunately, all of them were right. I did miss quite a few things. More...

Dispatches

Theatre Company: The Comeback

I was at a town hall meeting at PS 114 Friday June 7th at which we were broken up into groups to summon the ghost of Rockaway Future. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Get your cameras out. On Sunday, June 23rd, the full moon will be closer to Earth than it will be all year. Only a mere 221,824 miles away. More...

Beachcomber

The Belle Harbor Property Owners Association (BHPOA) is opening up its next meeting to ALL residents of Rockaway. More...

An Intern’s Take

No matter how you slice it, Father's Day could never compare to Mother's Day in the way we celebrate or acknowledge these occasions. A mother carries you for nine months and takes care of you when you are sick. More...

Your Life And Privacy

Don’t Pass on a Strong Password

In the future, passwords as we know them today — strings of letters, numbers and symbols we choose — will become obsolete, replaced or supplemented by biometric identifiers. More...


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