September 27, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

Broad Channel Bits

You can take Channel people out of Broad Channel, but not out of the supermarket. Traveling back from Fort Tilden last Saturday night, it seemed like a good evening for ice cream. More...

Sullivan’s Court

Courtroom Rules and Protocol

Q. I was watching an episode of Law & Order and was confused during a courtroom scene. More...

From The Councilman’s Desk

Bring Citi Bike to Rockaway

The Citi Bike system, operated by NYC Bike Share, features thousands of bikes at hundreds of stations around New York City. The privately financed program — called Citi Bike, after lead sponsor Citigroup Inc. More...

The Inner Voice

As many of us are still waiting to understand what the Build It Back program is for Hurricane Sandy and still have so much more work to do to make things comfortable, we acknowledge that a whole year has passed and we are feeling much more normal wit More...

Dispatches

Democratic Judicial Convention

On September 17th, The Queens Democratic Organization held the Queens Democratic Convention. The delegates consist of democrats who are elected from each assembly district and make up the 11th Judicial District. More...

Go Parks!

Probably no time of year shows the diversity of New York City—and the diversity of our Parks—as autumn does. The fall is a wonderful time to experience the sights and sounds of Parks’ thousands of acres of forestland. More...

An Intern’s Take

As the first day of fall has come and gone, I thought to myself how much has changed and will change as we close the last quarter of 2013. More...

Boyleing Points

New World Order

I’m not saying – I said I’m not saying – that women talk more on the phone while driving than men. Maybe that’s up for debate. I know, I know things get tricky when you make those broad (no pun intended! More...

Beachcomber

Bill de Blasio ran on the theme of a Tale of Two Cities. A die hard Wave reader offered her own take: it is a tale of two cities -- those who've forgotten about the effects of Sandy, and those who live with it every day. More...

Slice of Life

I love television. I am DVRing almost every new show in case I get a chance to watch it eventually. People ask me how I watch so many shows and I respond, “DVR.” Before the storm I even had a television in my kitchen. More...

It’s My Turn

A Cure Worse Than The Disease

As the first anniversary of Super Storm Sandy approaches, recovery remains a work in progress. More...

IDEAS WANTED

Ideas Wanted needs more ideas but can’t figure out how to get them. Maybe asking for any kind of idea is too general. More...

From the Artist’s Studio

Taking A Larger View

Fort Tilden Highlights:ARTSPLASH 2013: On view through October13th, sTudio 7 Gallery, Rockaway Center for theArts (RoCA) at Fort Tilden. Gallery hours areSaturday and Sunday 12-4 p.m. and by appointment. Admission is free. See column. More...

The Veterinary Corner

The Senior Citizen Pet

With advancements in nutrition, vaccinations and preventive medicine, dogs can live a lot longer than they did in previous decades. Older dogs can exhibit subtle symptoms that are easily written off as part of the normal aging process. More...


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