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Stringer Slams City’s Shelter Child Care

New York City Comptroller Scott M. More...

Zwirn Disgusted With Albany’s ‘Culture of Corruption’

“A recent survey of New Yorkers listed corruption as their number one concern,” said Alan Zwirn, candidate for the Assembly seat, recently vacated by Phil Goldfeder, “I will immediately propose – in my first 100 days in office More...

School News

How Democrats and Republicans Lost the Working Class Leading to Trumpism

A number of articles have been published on the Trump appeal to the white working class which used to be solidly Democratic and often prounion. More...

Business News

Welcome To Our Newest Associate Broker!

REAL ESTATE CORNER

Tara grew up in Ohio and moved to NY 13 years ago. She and her husband Hanny put down roots in Rockaway two years ago, and have enjoyed the great pleasure of raising their 3-year old son Lucian in their favorite neighborhood in NYC. More...

Columnists

An Intern’s Take

So here we are, Election Day is right around the corner. I hope we have all decided to make the right choice. It shouldn’t be that hard of a decision to make.  More...

Dorothy Dunne

Even though I am only a columnist and have been one for 40 years for The Wave on a weekly basis most of that time, I think I deserve the right to voice my political opinions.  More...

Sandy, Oh Sandy

Tales From the Rock

I’m going to leave the conclusion of last week’s column entitled tamely enough “Nowadays Everybody’s a Racist” for another time as I want to commemorate the four year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.  More...

Letters

Stop Calling Me A Racist

Dear Editor:  These past two weeks I have endured columnists in your newspaper calling me and other Donald Trump supporters de facto Klansman and friends of racists. This line of attack is false and disgusting. More...

A Reply To Norm Scott

Dear Editor: Let’s get real. It’s not just Republicans “generally” who are against abortion, but many Democrats and even some Liberals too! More...

Obits

Kathleen M. Boyle

Kathleen M. Boyle, of Co. Galway, Ireland, died on Oct. 13. She was a NYC school aide for the Board of Education and a 42 year resident of Rockaway, coming from Brooklyn.  Boyle is survived by sons, James G. More...

Ann M. Greenhall

Ann M. Greenhall of Manhattan, died on Oct. 24. She was a registered nurse, a member of the National Nurses Association, and a lifelong Rockaway resident.  She was preceded in death by her sister Dolores Vicente.  More...

James Hilliard

James Hilliard, of Orangeburg, S.C., died on Oct. 22. He was a painter/roofer and a Rockaway resident for 69 years, coming from Augusta, Ga.  He was preceded in death by his children, Jeffery, Audrey, Joyce; two sisters and one brother.  More...

Still Friends of Rockaway Free Access

As part of their ongoing effort to help return Hurricane Sandy victims to safe and sustainable homes, the Friends of Rockaway, a community-based non-profit organization, will host a fundraiser on Sunday, Oct. 30. More...

Community

Pheffer Amato Urges City to Incentivize Bay Bulkheads Work

As communities across southern Queens and Rockaway prepare to mark the fourth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, candidate for New York State Assembly Stacey Pheffer Amato is calling on the city to address lingering storm damage along the region’ More...

CB 14 Education Committee Meets

Community Board 14’s Education Committee and School District 27’s Community Education Council (the successor to the pre-Bloomberg local school boards) have initiated a series of meetings aimed to attract parents from every Rockaway school More...

CB14 Stands Against SBS

Just a few days after members of Queens Community Board 9 voted to oppose the Department of Transportation’s plans for Select Bus Service along the Q52/Q53 bus route—between Woodhaven and Cross Bay boulevards—DOT began work on plann More...

Entertainment/Lifestyles

Special Printmaking Exhibit

InkSplash is the present exhibit on view at the Rockaway Center for the Arts in Fort Tilden, Breezy Point, in sTudio 7 Gallery through Nov. 13. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4 p.m. More...

Denial – The Holocaust On Trial

The court suit in Denial seems a no-brainer to solve: In her book, author Deborah E. More...

Pour me another

A new episode of ‘Drunk History’ welcomes more celebrities

Any designated driver who’s been trapped in a rambling, disjointed conversation with a completely inebriated passenger might be surprised to hear of a TV series that’s found great success in rambling, disjointed retellings of historical e More...

Editorial/Opinion

Always Remember Free Access

On Nov. 30, 2012, The Wave returned to print for the first time since Superstorm Sandy. More...

Political Cartoon

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USACE Presents Plan to BHPOA Free Access

It’s My Turn

The Belle Harbor Property Owners Association meeting with the Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) on Thursday, Oct. 20, at PS 114 had a large turnout of community members from Belle Harbor, Neponsit, Roxbury and Breezy Point. More...

Weekender

Who’s Playing

Who’s Playing is The Wave’s weekly lineup of local art and entertainment premiering across the peninsula. Each week, we’ll take a look at some of the live music and performers in Rockaway, Breezy Point and Broad Channel. More...

Jim Gaffigan Adds Show At Westbury

Comedian Jim Gaffigan has added a third and final performance to his Fully Dressed tour stop at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Saturday, Nov. 26 at 9:30 p.m. Previously announced performances for Thanksgiving weekend are Friday, Nov. More...

A Rockaway Halloween Weekend

There’s plenty to do this Halloween weekend! The Beach 116th Street Partnership hosts a jam-packed Halloween Festival on Saturday Oct. 29 from noon to 8 p.m. More...


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