November 22, 2013 RSS feed / Columnists

Commentary On Things Present

Despite Rockaway’s famously free, fresh and succulent salty air you gotta roll up the windows as you pass the Beach 105th Street Water Treatment Plant. What a disgusting mess! Can you imagine living or working there? More...

Slice of Life

And A Slice Of Pico

One has to admit that there has been a lot of progress in the restaurant industry in the last few years on the peninsula. I am enjoying trying out all of the new restaurants and am still hoping to visit a few more. More...

The Veterinary Corner

Choosing A New Puppy

Dogs provide many years of unconditional love and companionship to their owners. It is important to select the right dog for one’s lifestyle to prevent unnecessary behavioral conflicts that can arise from a mismatched dog and owner. More...

An Intern’s Take

One of the greatest tools at our disposal is relationships. I have learned that by being in the right place at the right time or just being where the spirit leads, you find yourself in harmony with what's going on. More...

IDEAS WANTED

A relatively small but creative crowd gathered at the second public meeting of the Rockaway West New York Rising Community Construction Program at Martin de Porres HS this past Tuesday to share ideas for the $21 million that the state intends to spen More...

Beachcomber

Let’s face it. The lifeguard shacks and comfort station are the gifts that keep on giving. The corrugated steel on the underbelly of the modules on Beach 106th is hanging off enough to flap in the wind. More...

From The Artists Studio

Last Weekend For ‘Calm/Storm/Rebuild’; ‘Gifted’ And Elections Coming

“Gifted,” is RAA’s annual holiday exhibit, showcasing RAA members only. A juried exhibition open to all media, “Gifted” is on view December 7th, 2013-January 19th, 2014. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Have you seen the hundreds of geese gathering in the skies above the Channel and landing on the smooth waters of the bay? Coming back over the bridge from Rockaway the other night, I saw them just to my left spread across the dusk sky. More...

It’s My Turn

Your Neighborhood Wounded Warriors

A lot of credit has to go out to the local not-for-profit, “The Graybeards” for all the work they have done to bring wounded troops from hospitals outside of this community into our backyards so they too can enjoy the wonderfulness of the More...

Go Parks! Options Off The Beach

Go Running!

The 2013 NYC Marathon is over but that does not mean the running season has come to an end. Running is an excellent way to stay in shape and explore the natural splendors NYC Parks offer. More...

Dispatches

TNR Comes To Rockaway

When I was a little girl, my mother told me not to feed the stray cats because they would keep coming back for food. More...


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