June 21, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

It’s My Turn

The Plight of the Middle Class

“It’s the impending collapse of the middle class, stupid.” The confluence of various economic factors and practices impacting the middle class is both disheartening and revolting. More...

Broad Channel Bits

It seems like in the months when we could have used warmer, spring weather we got freezing bitter temperatures. When we could have used sunshine or ‘partially cloudy’ at least, to boost businesses around Memorial Day, we got pouring rain. More...

Eye On Rockaway...

Addabbo Center’s Special Ed School Closing Shameful

Last week The Wave reported about the closing of the Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center’s mental health clinic and Children’s Day Treatment center and the upheaval it is causing. But there is more to the story than what was written. More...

The Veterinary Corner

How To Care For An Orphaned Kitten

First you hear the little meow. You start to search and there it isan orphaned kitten. Now what do you do? Here are some tips on the care and feeding of orphaned kittens. More...

IDEAS WANTED

Rockaway

For the sake of my own sanity I need to take a break from serious ideas involving community redesign, storm protection, park management, intelligent traffic control, parking restrictions, etc. and back to the roots of Ideas Wanted – having fun! More...

Rockaway Walks Fitness Column

Bioenergetics: Exercise Intensity and Fuel Selection (Energy)

Exercise and diet are essential part of achieving health related fitness. More...

Boyleing Points

Hardware Reunions

It used to be that you’d run into Rockaway people on vacation at Windham or Marco Island or locally at Waldbaum’s. Now you’ll run into Rockaway people at Lowe’s. More...

Beachcomber

A consumer survey has been launched on behalf of the NYC Department of Small Business Services. The purpose of the survey is to gain insights into the wants, needs and perceptions of Rockaway residents and visitors. More...

From The Councilman

End Stop and Frisk? Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid

Who needs stop and frisk? The murder rate is at an all-time low, felony crimes have plummeted 75 percent and New York is deemed the safest big city in America. New York is not the place it used to be, and for good reason. More...

Slice of Life

Since my column is due at the beginning of the week, I often do not have the foresight to see what is coming up in the next week. More...

From the Artist’s Studio

A Dome Paint Out And Hello To Fort Tilden

Fort Tilden and Un-Fort Tilden Highlights – WATERCOLOR PAINT OUT: Sunday, June 23rd, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at and around the MoMA PS 1 VW Dome 2 at Beach 94th Street and Shore Front Parkway. In association with Brooklyn Watercolor Society. More...

Commentary On Things Present

Much Ado About Something

Who knew... More...


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