January 10, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Frosty The Snow Giant

The snows of 2014’s first storm did not stick around long. But before they melted away, some dedicated snow artists in Belle Harbor created this towering lawn giant. Where does he park? More...

CB Meeting Tuesday

Want to know what’s going on in the community? The next Community Board 14 meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 14th and many hot topics will be discussed, from the boardwalk to a proposal for Peninsula Hospital. More...

Snow Angels

Members of the Church of Latter Day Saints were out in force in Broad Channel a day after the year’s first snow storm. More...

Chilled To The Bone

Shoveling snow can be a pain in the back. Or glistening icicles and a light dusting can be beautiful. But this or any year’s bone crunching, record setting cold temperatures can be dangerous or even deadly. More...

Beach Walk Marks The New Year

Starting things off on the right foot, more than 100 people joined a New Year’s Day beach walk organized by the American Littoral Society. At 11 a.m. the diverse group set off for a brisk hike along the dunes and beaches behind Fort Tilden. More...

Republican Club Meets January 13th

Rockaway Republicans are invited to a special meeting to kick off the New Year. Special guests, Scherie Murray and Councilman Eric Ulrich will be speaking at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, January 13th at the Belle Harbor Yacht Club. More...

100th Precinct Community Corner

Danny and I would like to wish you and family A Very Happy, Healthy and Safe New Year!! I must confess this column is one week late, it should have been done on December 23rd. Sorry, I have not been feeling very well. More...

Whale Of A Tale: The Whalemina Evolution

Gerry Egan of Beach 128th Street brought back some memories when she recently brought a photo of Whalemina to The Wave. She found it while going through post- Sandy belongings. More...

Free Child Care Business Training Available

Looking to start or expand a home-based child care business? A free program presented by the Business Outreach Center (BOC), is providing child care training courses. More...

What A Difference A Year Makes

Hit by the hurricane in October, 2012, The Gift Is Love gift shop on Beach 116th Street, established 1981, was an example of businesses that spent 2013 coming back. More...

Seniors Knit For A Cause

JASA Roy Reuther Senior Center is giving back. Through the knitting and crocheting club led by teacher Marie Bell, the center was able to donate handmade hats, mittens, scarves and afghan blankets to St. Rose of Lima Church in Rockaway Beach. More...

Farmer Kickstarts An Idea

Local gardens were not spared by the wrath of Sandy. Nor were local farms. The salty floodwater wiped out plants and shrubs and crops. More...

A Mighty Wind

Falling temperatures, often in the single digits, gripped Rockaway and Broad Channel most of this past week. More...

A New Year’s Day At The Beach

All across the peninsula several hundred people came out for a decades old Rockaway tradition, hitting the water on New Year’s Day. More...

Rockaway Short Film Debuts

A new film set in Rockaway is ready for its close-up. The short film, called “Cutout,” written and directed by Shyam Kannan, was filmed in Rockaway. More...

Snow Day Slide

The snow came and the snow went. But while it was here, children and adults turned a sunny Saturday, January 4th, into a winter fun day. More...


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