April 25, 2014 RSS feed / Community

Dear Rockaway Project Continues

Dear Rockaway,  More...

Still A Small World: The World’s Fair At 50

It’s still a small world after all.  This week Queens celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 1964 World’s Fair. More...

Arverne Library Celebrates Reopening

The books are back at Arverne!  State Senator James Sanders, Assemblyperson Michele Titus, City Council Members Donovan Richards and Costa Constantanides, Assemblyman Phillip Goldfeder, Chief of Staff Angelica Katz, Queens Library President and More...

31st Budget Winners Announced

Councilman Donovan Richards announced the winners in his district’s first foray into Participatory Budgeting. More...

RTC Opens Auditions For “Gypsy”

“Gypsy” is coming to the Rockaway Theatre Company and RTC is looking for talented performers to bring it to life.  The RTC will be holding auditions for the musical summer production, loosely based on the story of burlesque artist Gy More...

Rockaway Artist Remembered

YYY Fine Art Studio is honoring longtime Rockaway artist and fixture Chris Preston, nicknamed ‘Blu’, with an exhibition of his works. More...

Explore the Neighborhood on Jane’s Walks

Two Jane’s Walk events will be taking place in the area this year. More...

Celebrate Earth On May 3

The Rockaway Waterfront Alliance will be holding a day of family fun for its 8th Annual Earth Day Festival.  On Saturday, May 3 from 12:00 p.m. More...

Artistic Veterans Wanted!

Calling all artistic veterans! As part of the Queen Borough President’s Annual Memorial Day Ceremony, veterans are invited to submit their artwork for a special exhibit.  More...

Easter At Arverne By The Sea

The Palmers Landing Homeowners Association welcomed some special guests as they hosted an Arverne by the Sea Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 19.  Both the Easter Bunny and Captain Liotta and the firefighters of Engine Company 266 stopped by t More...

Urban Wildlife

“I’ve been seeing these birds for three days,” Eddie Pell said about the distinctive yellow head striped nesting fowl near the Hammel Houses.  From his description and photos, amateur birders were able to identify them as yello More...


Email Us
Contact Us

Copyright 1999 - 2016 Wave Publishing Co. All Rights Reserved

Neighborhoods | History

 

 

Check Out News Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Riding the Wave with Mark Healey on BlogTalkRadio