February 14, 2014 RSS feed / Columnists

An Intern’s Take

A Sole Brother

If you don't know history, you are bound to repeat the same. I am not sure who made this comment and in what context it was made. All I know is that it’s used far too often. More...

Dispatches

Healthy Tips for Heart Month

February is National Heart Month and a good time to review how to take good care of your heart. After all, since your heart works hard for you, maybe it’s time to consider taking some steps to help that vital organ do its work. More...

From The Artists Studio

Masses Of Classes

FORT TILDEN HIGHLIGHTS: PRESENT EXHIBIT: “Mixed Media.” Exhibition dates: February 1st to March 23rd. sTudio 7 Gallery, Rockaway Center for the Arts (RoCA) at Fort Tilden. Gallery hours: Sat. and Sun. 12-4 p.m. and by appointment. More...

Health& Harmony

Obamacare And You

The ever changing landscape of regulations and enforcement of deadlines makes for a treacherous path to choice and application for healthcare under the Obamacare administration. More...

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...

Broad Channel Bits

This Valentine’s Day, let’s make it special, Broad Channel. Considering how this winter is going, I think we should all get together and give each other the gift of rock salt. More...

Boyleing Points

Cold, Cold Heart

Back in the days of the little red schoolhouse, kids would draw hearts on construction paper and bring home the valentine’s for mom. More...

Beachcomber

Schools are closed for the February break and you’re stuck at home with the kids? Well, here’s an idea – take the ferry to the city. It’s a great way to see the city and you and the kids help boost ridership. More...

Official Point Of View

Build It Back Is Broken

It would be a gross understatement to say that the Build it Back (BIB) program has not lived up to the promise it had when it was first announced. More...

Go Parks!

Come On A Magical “History” Tour With Us!

Well, we may not have the Beatles, but we do have hundreds of years of American history to tell you all about as you stroll with us through one of our beautiful New York City parks. More...

School Scope

A New Educational Landscape

My major problem in writing about education in this space recently? EIO – Education Information Overload. So many education issues, so little time – and space in this column to cover them. More...

The Inner Voice

I have been thinking about perception. We see things and draw conclusions from them. Recently I was looking on the computer at a picture of Albert Einstein that turns into Marilyn Monroe if you stand further back or in my case put on my glasses. More...

Spotlight on Elderlaw

Tribute to the Greatest Generation

Every generation has extraordinary people that stand out from the others for one reason or another. More...

Slice Of Life

Not Just The Thought That Counts

Over the years I have received interesting gifts from my husband. I say interesting to be kind. They were actually horrible gifts. I sometimes wonder why many men are horrible gift givers? More...


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