January 31, 2014 RSS feed / Columnists

Looking Back

The Wave’s archives were largely lost to Hurricane Sandy. But through piecing together online sources, we are once again able to present this feature. There may be some gaps in the record, some years may be missing, but here’s… More...

Dispatches

Weathering The Storm With Words

We were having lunch at a pizzeria near Canarsie High School when Bari Langbaum, my team leader with Project Hope, suggested that I offer creative writing workshops to middle and high school students affected by Hurricane Sandy. More...

The Veterinary Corner

Microchipping Your Pet

Positive identification is the only way to ensure that you are reunited with your pet if it becomes lost or stolen. A secure collar with tags indicating your home address and phone numbers is a good start. The problem is that collars can come off. More...

Beachcomber

We ran an item in the Beachcomber a couple of weeks ago about Red Cross offering reimbursement for qualifying residents. Their press office told us they were unaware that such calls were being made. More...

Go Parks!

Finding Romance in NYC’s Winter Wonderlands

During the long, cold winter months following the festive holiday season, it can be hard to come up with fun things to do even in a city as bustling as New York. More...

The New York Renaissance

Commentary On Things Present

For a generation or two New York City has exuberantly transcended the life cycles of upstate New York, all of New England, and the entire remaining Northeastern United States. More...

Boyleing Points

Vacation Retrospective

Wave publisher and tyrant, Susan Locke, said I couldn’t go on vacation without submitting a column (in other words, I had to work twice as much if I wanted off). That means it’s time for me to pull a fast one. More...

An Intern’s Take

Black History Month… Connecting The Dots

This weekend I learned a little bit more about something that comes and goes every year. You start to notice it around the end of January. The library displays begin to change. More...

Official Point Of View

Amending the Biggert-Waters Act to Eliminate Unintended Consequences

Superstorm Sandy hit parts of New York City particularly hard. More...

School Scope

It’s been a strange three weeks, beginning with the Sunday after New Year’s Day with a decision to get a quick workout at the gym. Resolution: be more health conscious. More...

From The Artist Studio

‘Multi Media’ Opens This Weekend

“Mixed Media,” is RAA’s next exhibit. More...

Slice Of Life

While having lunch with some girlfriends last January one of my friends asked me if I had seen Kevin Boyle’s post about recruiting new columnists for The Wave? More...

Diary Of A Green Thumb

After all you have shared together, or in the search for that special love - you could never go wrong with sending roses on Valentine's Day. More...


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