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The Wave Endorses Sal Albanese

Which candidate knows Rockaway??http://www.rockawave.com/current/Editorial%257COpinion More...

Déjà Lew?

Simon Says He’s A Teacher

Lew Simon made a mistake a long time ago when he walked into The Wave and produced a phony teacher certificate. More...

Top Stories

Cameras Finally Installed At Hammels

Four years and one million dollars later, the installation of cameras at the Hammel Houses began on August 30th. More...

Homeowners Want Someone To Pay

Hitting A Wall

Post-Sandy progress has hit a wall for one Belle Harbor family. More...

City Might Say This Is Just Dirt

Well, they can say what they want. This is rust on the new benches on the boardwalk islands. Who recommended these benches? More...

Entertainment/Lifestyles

Moviescope

“LEE DANIELS’ THE BUTLER” – WHITE HOUSE CIVIL RIGHTS

Finally, we have a movie about the White House where America’s most famous residence isn’t smashed to smithereens. More...

Sports

Rousing Close To Summer Classic

The 29th St. Francis Summer Classic came to a rousing close on Friday night August 30th. Nearly 1000 people streamed through the schoolyard as champions were crowned in five divisions. More...

The Fishing Report

Jamaica Bay: Ron at “Big Ron’s Bait and Tackle” in Howard Beach reports that Porgies are now on the inside as well as the outside, the fish are hitting on clams, sand worms and blood worms. More...

Jen’s Fitness Forum

I believe that optimum health and happiness root from maintaining a well-rounded balanced lifestyle. More...

Letters

Stop Ulrich

Dear Editor: After the recent federal court decision that (finally) reiterated what thousands of New Yorkers have been saying for years, that Stop and Frisk violates the constitution and More...

Common Sense Planning Needed

Dear Editor: I was walking with a friend of mine and the thought came to me. I said it would have been a lot easier to have put a second floor on concession buildings at Beach 106th, 97th and 86th. More...

Turtle On Memory Lane

Dear Editor: The photograph of a sea turtle in the August 30th issue of The Wave reminded me of a humorous adventure I had as a member of the Department of Oceanography, BCHS, back in the day. More...

Intelligent Design?

New Company Picked For Boardwalk Build

McLaren is out, CH2M Hill is in. Among locals who want a say in what the next boardwalk looks like, that is sure to be considered a good news, not-so good news development. More...

Absentee Candidates

We’re Forgotten Already

Bill de Blasio has found himself at the top of recent polls. But it looks like he needs help finding Rockaway. More...

Community

Don’t Look Now: 116th Street Looking Good

Other Commercial Strips In Line For Makeover

Small businesses are getting more assistance from the City. More...

Helping A Vet In Need

Rockaway WISH, the Belle Harbor Yacht Club and the Graybeards are throwing a benefit and inviting everyone to come out and help a vet in need. On Saturday, September 21st, from 7 to 11 p.m. More...

Huh? Atlantic City Property For Sale?

A stroll along the broken boardwalk might lead you to this sign. Nobody’s trying to pull a fast one by selling Atlantic City property. More...

Columnists

Boyleing Points

Good To Be Busy

Soon enough we’ll be marking the one year anniversary of the storm that changed everything. More...

Beachcomber

Henrick Karoliszyn who wrote a surf column for The Wave and then wrote for the Daily News will be heading to the Times-Picayune in New Orleans. Best wishes to the former Broad Channel resident. More...

School Scope

Political Rumblings

I get it about The Wave’s dismissal of Bill de Blasio because he ignores Rockaway. Maybe it’s because I’ve only lived here for 34 of my 68 years with half my life lived in Brooklyn. More...

Editorial/Opinion

It’s Sal

Hey, this is Rockaway. We know the deal with being isolated, overlooked, and forgotten about. We know we’re New York’s best kept secret and a hidden gem. It should come as no surprise then that we identify with Sal Albanese. More...

Obits

Eustace Abrams

Ambulance Driver

Eustace Abrams, an ambulance driver, died on August 7th at age 64. More...

Joseph L. Bratton

Machinist

Joseph L. Bratton, a machinist, died on August 24th at age 86. A Hammel Houses resident for 58 years, Bratton is preceded in death by his wife, Mary Elizabeth Bratton; daughter, Pat; grandson, Ray and greatgrandchildren, Emani and Andre Amir. More...

John J. Carey

Restaurateur

John J. Carey, a restaurateur, died on August 29th at age 84. A longtime resident of Rockaway Park, Carey is survived by his wife, Virginia; sons, John Jr. More...


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