March 14, 2014 RSS feed / Columnists

From The Artists Studio

Even More Classes For Adults

RAA is continuing to offer art classes to our adult community. More...

An Intern’s Take

Well, I can’t believe it’s almost spring. It’s been a winter filled with snow and bad weather but Mother Nature knows just what we need. More...

Dispatches

I Do It The Company Way At Rockaway Theatre Production Of “How To Succeed…”

Is it two steps to the right and a turn? Or two steps forward? And what is that lyric we need to do it on, again? What’s the cue for us to go onstage? More...

Go Parks!

There's Still Time To Lace Up Those Ice Skates

Spring is around the corner, but you can still ice skate at several of NYC Parks' ice skating rinks for a few more weeks. More...

Down In Old Rockaway

You can almost still hear the roller coaster as it rattles up the steep wooden track and the screams as it zoomed down. Though closed nearly 30 years ago, memories of Rockaway’s Playland still linger on. More...

Who’s Who

Stan Brown, Coach, Stan Brown’s Pepper Steppers

Tell us about yourself. I live in Rockaway. I’ve been in Rockaway since, let me see...I moved to Rockaway near the end of 1957. I moved to Redfern. I went into the service in 1965. In the Navy I was a petty officer. More...

Boyleing Points

Rest In Pizza

Pete Mahon, one of my editorial scolds, wrote to say my last column about obituaries, also known as the Irish comics, was woefully misinformed. I admit as soon as I read: the term obituary stems from the Latin word obit, I fell asleep. 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...

Official Point Of View

Ready For A New Life

My experience has been, if you want the government to do something, sometimes being a pest and keeping an issue in its face ends with a positive result. I believe it is time to be a pest about the future of the old Neponsit Health Care Center. More...

Broad Channel Bits

Not sure where the weather is going these days. But lately I’ve been going to bed with my sweatshirt, hat and winter coat on. It’s not that my apartment is cold. More...

Eye On Rockaway

Open Letter: Mayor De Blasio and Chancellor Fariña On OPT; Busing

I am writing this, Mr. Mayor and Chancellor Fariña, on an issue that concerns me not just as a reporter but as one of many who has a family member in the city’s school system. It is an issue you, Mr. More...

Spotlight on Elderlaw:

Guardianships & How to Avoid Them

An unfortunate reality for many families is that there will come a time when a loved one will no longer be able to manage his affairs. More...

Slice of Life

The Devil Made Me Do It

I once saw the comedian Kevin James in a standup comedy show. He is a large man and is better known as “The King of Queens.” He does a comedy routine on how he has always been bigger than the average person. More...


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