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VOL. 5, NO.

25 - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2018

SEASON OF THIEVIN'

Burglars Target
Beach 129th
Photo by Joe Lupo See Page 10
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Please join us for Shabbat Services on Friday evening,


December 14th at 7:30pm Street Sweep
as we welcome our guest speaker,
Kenneth S. Stern
Director, Bard Center for the Study of Hate
who will share his thoughts on
“UNDERSTANDING
TODAY’S ANTISEMITISM.”

Rockaway Beach Boulevard will bring improvements to


Please let us know if you will be joining us by either is getting some much-needed streets, fire protection, water
infrastructure upgrades. On mains and sewers in the area
calling the Temple Office 718-634-0301 Wednesday, December 12, of Rockaway Beach Boulevard
or emailing gail@westendtemple.org the NYC DDC, DOT, DEP and from Beach 49th to Beach
Councilman Donovan Rich- 59th streets. The project is
West End Temple-Sinai Congregation ards broke ground on a $24.2 scheduled to be completed by
147-02 Newport Avenue, Neponsit, NY 11694 infrastructure project that summer 2021.

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Until the courts get this ress greeted us and asked if
right, there’s gonna be a ram- we’d like something from the
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fore the Shuffle. Movie Night has officially announced that day. They say there will be
with Santa is December 14 at he’s running for Public Ad- improvements to streets, fire
St. Camillus starting at 6 p.m. vocate. We lost count of how protection, water mains and
The 100th Precinct Communi- many people are vying for the sewers in the area of Rockaway
ty Council is sponsoring. Al- job, but we think he’s the only Beach Boulevard from Beach
though there is no admission Republican. It might make 49th to Beach 59th streets.
fee, it is requested that you sense to have someone who’s The project is scheduled to be
***** bring a new, unwrapped toy, not afraid to bark at the May- completed by summer 2021.
Santa gets to reclaim his which will be donated to char- or and Governor. Outgoing *****
reputation after Santacon, the ities. Santa will join the fun and Tish James wasn’t too effec- A couple of petitions are
annual pub crawl last week at be there to watch Home Alone tive calling out those two. He’s circulating. Ed Gormley has
which many bad Santas act while enjoying some of the free not giving up the Council seat started one in hopes of getting
naughty. It’s time for some snacks. unless he wins, of course. You Beach 130th Street and Rock-
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cember 15, the annual San- So we were getting off the fer- cvotes.org “PFC John P. McGonigal Jr.
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wearing a Santa suit kicks off everyone to open their bags you know there was a Parking the ultimate sacrifice in Viet-
at 11 a.m. on the boardwalk. before boarding the Rockaway– Summons Advocate? The NY nam in 1969. Ed has dropped
Registration (9:30-10:45 a.m.), bound boat. Apparently, there Post reports that the City pays off some petitions at stores on
suit pick up and after-party have been random searches go- somebody $120,000 a year to Beach 116th Street and at our
occur at Glider’s gym, 114-04 ing on for a while now. It’s basi- help people fight parking sum- office as well (114-04 Beach
Beach Channel Drive. Even cally a spot check for weapons, monses. The story says he’s Channel Drive). If you’re in
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your chance to walk around public events nowadays. space in Midtown. Taxpayer to get Parks and the Board of
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ple smile. Oh, and at the party We ask you to shop local and ***** Beach Channel High School.
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Rockaway Gliders Running opening at Arverne By The Sea. DDC, DOT, DEP— and Coun- com to add your support.
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these companies post a per-


son to direct traffic at these
intersections or park these
trucks on the side streets?
Where are our local represent-
atives on this accident waiting
to happen?
Dr. Peter Galvin

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Dear Editor:
Dear Editor: Sgt. Andy Rohman and Pe-
It is hard enough to see on- ter Mahon deplore “Merry
coming vehicles when ap- Christmas” being replaced
proaching Newport Avenue with Happy Chanukah, Hap-
or the Boulevard from the py Kwanzaa, and especially
side streets, especially east Happy Holidays (Rockaway
of Beach 129th Street., if ve- Times, December 6, 2018).
hicles, especially vans are “Holidays" is an inclusive
parked near the corner. Re- word, originally meaning
cently, there has been a movie holy days, but now open to all
or TV shoot in the low Beach celebrations (and for periods
120s area. The movie compa- free from work). Shouldn’t
ny has been parking its huge we all embrace this word?
trucks on Newport and the Let’s wish each other Happy
Boulevard, making it IMPOS- Holidays, whether holy, sec-
SIBLE to see oncoming traffic. ular, and/or free from work.
One must inch out to practi- It would be a small victory.
cally the middle of the road to We have long lost the fight
see oncoming vehicles. This is against the commercialism of
a sure recipe for an accident. the holidays.
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Bandits Make a Grim Holiday Hit on Beach 129th Street


By Kami-Leigh Agard They were obviously well pre-
pared. This has been quite a
With Rockaway in full holi- shock,” the Laundromat’s work-
day swing this past weekend, er said.
on Monday, December 10, res- Kristin Cann, manager of bou-
idents and business owners in tique, Polly and Esther, said they
the Belle Harbor community first heard the news from the
woke up to the not-so-merry owner of Harbor Cleaners. “Tom
news that four businesses lo- from the Cleaners called my
cated on Beach 129th Street’s boss, Jamie Mcleod’s husband,
bustling commercial strip were to tell him what happened. We
robbed in the wee hours of the were and still are shaken. What a
morning. Two of the bandits NYPD’s press office, confirmed early. He contacted me to wait shock for all of us. I grew up and
were seen on security camera that the bandits entered the before I reported to work. The still live in this neighborhood.
video footage captured by one businesses through the rear of place was a mess, and obvious- This is the last place you would
of the businesses. However, as the buildings, and took mon- ly the robbers were in a hurry imagine this happening. This is
of press time, the NYPD is still ey. According to a worker at because coins and boxes were home,” Cann wistfully said.
on the hunt for the hooded ban- the Laundromat, the bandits strewn all over the floor. Thank- According to Cann, the thieves
dits, who some locals suspect took approximately $400 in fully, they didn’t take any of the walked away with approximate-
are quite familiar with the area. petty cash from the store, that laundry.” ly $600 from the cash register,
The four businesses robbed was locked in the cashier draw- The worker also said that they which they left open, and about
just after midnight are Harbor er, and coins kept in a jar. “My were able to see the bandits on $300 worth of jewelry. “The
Cleaners, Bon Appetit, Polly boss’ husband opened the store the store’s indoor camera vid- weird thing is they attempt-
and Esther, and Sofia C. Laun- as usual at 7 a.m. When he came eo footage, which the police ed to take some merchandise
dromat. All of these businesses in, and saw the mess and the took right away. “From the vid- as well, including some vests,
are just separated by a few oth- broken-down back door, he eo, you can see the two robbers hats and other apparel items.
er storefronts on the east side immediately called the police,” entering the store through the However, the police found the
of Beach 129th, between Cron- said the worker, who preferred backdoor. Both of them dressed items in the dumpster outside
ston and Newport Avenues. The to remain anonymous. “He was in sweatshirts with the hoods at the rear of the store. Maybe it
Deputy Commissioner, Public the first to report the burglary pulled over their heads, face was too much for them to car-
Information (DCPI), which is on the street as we open really masks, sweat pants and gloves. Continued on page 11

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CHRISTMAS SCHEDULE 2018
(Please participate as much as possible in these celebrations of Christmas Faith)

Saturday, December 15, 2018 • 4:00 to 5:00 PM


Monday, December 17, 2018 • 4:00 – 8:00 PM
Saturday, December 22, 2018 • 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

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BANDITS MAKE A casing the area.
GRIM HOLIDAY HIT “For those of you who live
Continued from Page 10 here, we all know how comfort-
able we feel living and working
ry. Other than that, besides the here. Those of us who own busi-
coins, hangers and some appar- nesses in the area, please be vig-
el thrown on the floor, the store ilant and keep your eyes open.
was in pretty good shape, con- These men knew the stores and
sidering,” Cann said. apparently where everything
Cann believes that the ban- was. The feelings that you expe-
dits are quite familiar with the rience after this happens to you
area, and even knew where the are unexplainable…Be careful
cameras were located. “In our and stay safe.”
store, they ripped out the wires As for Cann, though she is still
and disabled the camera. They in shock, says these bandits are
seemed to know where the cam- not going to dissuade business-
eras were in an instant; and even However, NYPD Press con- The Rockaway community’s es from serving their beloved
how they entered through the firmed the following: “There is heart went out to Polly and Es- community. “Our community
backdoor is puzzling,” she said. no complaint on file for that ad- ther’s owner, Jamie Mcleod, has resurrected after numerous
The other two businesses dress in 2018.” when she posted the following challenges, including Hurricane
robbed, Harbor Cleaners and However, the NYPD did con- on the morning of Wednesday, Sandy, and heartbreak with the
Bon Appetit, declined to com- firm there was a complaint December 12, on Facebook: Flight 587 crash. We’re survi-
ment. Other surrounding busi- report filed for a robbery at “This past Monday morn- vors. I just want people to keep
nesses confirmed with The Rockaway Family Chiropractic, ing, at 1:15 a.m., four shops on their eyes open and be aware of
Rockaway Times that they were located at 129-10 Newport Ave, Beach 129th were robbed. Last what’s going on around them,”
not robbed, and possessed for an incident that occurred be- night they broke into the chi- she said.
no video footage. Many of the tween Friday, December 7 and ropractor's office on Newport. The 100th Precinct’s Detec-
stores on this strip only have in- Monday, December 10. Accord- They came in through the back tive Squad is on top of the in-
door cameras, not outdoor. ing to the NYPD, “Unknown doors. If anyone noticed two vestigation. If you have any in-
On Facebook, there was news person(s) entered a rear win- men with masks on 129th Street, formation, contact their unit at
circulating that the Dunkin Do- dow. No items were removed. please contact the detectives at 718-318-4223. Keep reading The
nuts located at 113-20 Beach DCPI has not been provided the 100th Precinct. They spent Rockaway Times for future up-
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This Week in History


DECEMBER 13 DECEMBER 17
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CB14 December Meeting Recap


By Katie McFadden a heads up about an upcoming the NYPD should enforce traffic beds, but funding is still needed
workshop on reducing property rules for city agencies. for the greenhouse.
A ghost of Christmas past tax and utility bills, on January Following public speak- A bulk of the CB14 meeting
made an appearance at the lat- 18 at Sanders’ office. Call 718- ing was a presentation on a focused on a presentation from
est Community Board 14 (CB14) 327-7017 to make an appoint- proposed urban farm school NY Rising, as committees spent
meeting on Tuesday, December ment. center for a 3/4 –acre lot lo- several months discussing how
11. In addition to updates from Gale Harris, program director cated between Beach 39th and the money should be used for
committees, public speaking for the Far Rockaway Treatment Beach 40th on Rockaway Beach post-Hurricane Sandy recovery
and a presentation on a pro- Center, brought awareness to Boulevard. Narine Bharat of projects, but very little seemed
posed urban farm project for the substance abuse treatment the Department of Education to be happening. Christopher
local students, a director of the center at 1600 Central Avenue. gave some information about Gorman, director of the state’s
New York Rising Community For more information, call the plan for a 1,800 square- New York Rising Community
Reconstruction Program was on 718-868-1400. JK Canepa an- foot greenhouse for hydropon- Reconstruction Program, was
hand to provide some updates nounced that a potential off- ic and aquaculture systems to on hand to break down where
on what happened to those shore wind project could create grow produce and fish, plus an each project stands. He first an-
post-Sandy recovery projects local jobs, which they’ll contin- outdoor area for raised beds for nounced that each project must
that were discussed years ago. ue to fight for. The fight against plantings. The project would be be complete by fall 2022 for the
During public speaking, Joe the new Williams Pipeline is utilized by students from K-12 funding to be awarded for them.
Hartigan spoke about how fer- also ongoing. A final Environ- and would include two class- Many expressed that while 2022
ry service will continue to ex- mental Impact Statement for rooms in trailers, where stu- may seem far off, it isn’t, when
pand. Lew Simon provided the project is expected in late dents would learn how to use it comes to the way the govern-
some updates on the Marine January, but there is no plan for the farm for not only growing ment functions. Gorman then
Parkway Bridge, saying that the the public to comment on it. produce, but marketing, man- broke down each project under
MTA has agreed not to close the Canepa and others are fighting agement and other skills. The each committee.
bridge overnight for the month to change this. Bayswater resi- raised plant beds would also be In the Rockaway West section,
of December. He also spoke to dent Eugene Falik spoke about accessible by students and their there is a street improvement
the Rockaway Park Post Office the horrendous mail problems families on weekends or during project for Beach 108th Street
about a lack of holiday stamps, across the peninsula and en- summer breaks. The project is which is at the 50 percent de-
which should be rectified later couraged neighbors to report expected to get off the ground signed phase. Another project
this week. Lisa George of Sen- any problems at BayswaterCiv- by spring 2019, so students can to improve the esplanade near
ator James Sanders’ office gave ic.org. He also suggested that start planting seeds in the raised Continued on page 15

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CB14 DECEMBER terfront Alliance for resiliency is almost 100 percent complete. With so much information,
Continued from Page 14 workshops, which have taken Design for resiliency measures CB14 requested a detailed re-
the ferry landing has not yet place. The Rockaway Devel- for the American Legion is al- port from Gorman, summariz-
reached the design phase. A opment & Revitalization Corp. most 100 percent complete. A ing each project, and a prom-
plan to make improvements to received nearly $500K for work- project that includes a new stor- ise that he’ll come to another
St. Francis de Sales with a gener- shops to enhance community age facility for the Broad Chan- meeting before the summer to
ator, flood protection measures, resiliency and to provide certifi- nel Athletic Club is 100 percent provide new updates.
check valves to prevent sewer cation training for several OSHA designed and should be going The meeting ended with
backups and more, has not yet classes. As far as construction out to bid shortly. The design for committee reports from CB14’s
entered the design phase but projects go, Arverne Church of the reconstruction of a board- Youth Services and Education
will soon. A $1.5 million com- God, Congregation Kneseth Is- walk at East 12th Street is about Committee and the Econom-
prehensive green infrastruc- rael, Young Israel of Wavecrest, 30 percent complete. The Broad ic Development Committee.
ture project for Rockaway West, Addabbo Health Center and St. Channel Volunteer Fire Depart- The Youth Committee report
including bioswales required John’s Hospital are set to get ment is supposed to get $750K contained a lot of information
testing, and specific sites for resiliency measures like gener- for a new firehouse, but bids for as the committee recently met
this project will soon be deter- ators, check valves and more, this project have failed so far, so to discuss education issues for
mined. Seaside and Peninsula and the design of these projects more funding is being request- the first time in a long time.
Libraries were supposed to get is 100 percent complete and will ed to make the job more appeal- The chairpeople had invited
resiliency upgrades including soon go out to bid. Downtown ing to contractors. The VFW was the public to provide input as
generators, but as of last week, Far Rockaway will be getting a set to get money for resiliency to what should be focused on
Queens Library turned down major $4.5M streetscape up- measures, but after finding out in regards to Rockaway’s strug-
the offer, claiming that it won’t grade for which the city will be that all NY Rising construction gling schools. The committee
have the funds to sustain these releasing a Request for Propos- projects must get flood insur- will use this input as a starting
items in the future, so the fund- als. The Center for NYC Neigh- ance, the VFW turned it down as point for what issues to focus on
ing for this, about $1.2 million borhoods has also been award- it cannot afford insurance. going forward.
will need to be reallocated to ed money to give homeowners In Breezy Point, there is a $17 The EDC Committee report
another project. resiliency reports that will ad- million investment for three included a recap of what hap-
In Rockaway East, hundreds of vise them of different options different sites to improve the pened at the recent meeting
thousands of dollars were allo- for their homes to keep insur- stormwater drainage, includ- regarding the courthouse on
cated to Arverne Church of God, ance costs down. ing near the ball fields in Breezy Beach 90th Street. Details can
the Jewish Community Council For Broad Channel, phase two and Roxbury, and a third site. be found in the meeting sum-
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It’s Lit!
The Little North Pole is lit for the season! After being declared the prize money of $50,000 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research
champions of ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight last week, Foundation. The fun night concluded with the arrival of Santa
the lighting of The Little North Pole in Neponsit on Saturday, Claus, who gave out toys to every child in attendance. Great job
December 8, made for an extra special celebration. Clips from by the Mure family and all that make this event possible! If you’d
the show streamed on a screen in the background as performers like to visit the house (144-03 Neponsit Ave), it will be lit into
from local schools and dance studios, to up-and-coming artists January. To make a donation to JDRF, head to www. littlenorth-
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food and fun on the block. After the house was lit, Joe Mure held Photos by Katie McFadden
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Making Spirits
Bright in
Rockaway Beach
Congratulations to the Rockaway Beach Civic Association for
hosting another successful holiday party and Christmas tree
lighting. On Saturday afternoon, December 8, members of the
RBCA, local elected officials, officers from the 100th Precinct
and families gathered in front of Peninsula Library to enjoy hot
chocolate, singing, festive arts and crafts, and the lighting of the
tree outside of the library. However the highlight of the event
was when Santa Claus himself paid the party a visit and stuck
around to take photos with all.
Photos by Kami-Leigh Agard.

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March 29-April 14 2019- Ken Ludwig’s hilarious A Comedy of Tenors
Directed by Peggy Page Press and Michael Wotypka shocked to see about a doz- dressed as FedEx employees.
May 31- June 9 2019- Doubt: A Parable en police cars respond to They were charged with Petit
Written by John Patrick Shanley Directed by David Risley a location on Beach 126th Larceny, Criminal Imperson-
July 19- August 4-Great family fun- Disney’s Newsies Street and learn that arrests ation, and Criminal Posses-
Written by Harvey Fierstein Directed by Gabrielle Mangano were made of people stealing sion of Stolen Property. The
Sept. 20- Oct. 6, 2019-American classic-The Great Gatsby packages from porches. The third perpetrator was follow-
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Job Well Done


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away Times, we ran a feel-good story eran can have better access to his newly Final Home Renovations. Great job by
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paved back yard. $320,000 $299,000
     Rentals           Rentals     
129th: 4BR, 2BA house rental with yard, deck and outdoor shower (LJ) . . . . . . . . . . . $4,000 109th: Totally renovated 3BR, 2BA apt with HW floors (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,100
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140th: Belle Harbor 3BR, 2.5BA house rental with large backyard (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,900 117th: 2BR, 2BA condo unit with master suite N T E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000
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141st: Short term furnished house rental, 3BR, 3BA with terrace and parking (LJ) . . . . . $3,200 79th: 2BR, 1BA condo unit with ocean views and new kitchen (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000
137th: 3BR, 2BA house rental with wood floors and new kitchen (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,000 61st: Oceanfront renovated 2BR, 1BA apt with yard and laundry (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,850
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Manhattan: Upper East side 1BR, 1BA furnished apt with views (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,975 E N Tnew kitchen (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,800
79th: 2BR, 1BA condo unit with ocean views Rand
91st: Fully furnished 2BR, 2BA condo with huge balcony and ocean views (NC) . . . . . . $2,685 99th: Spacious beach block 2BR, 1BA apt with updated appliances and parking (NC) . . $1,800
127th: Beach block 2BR, 1BA apt with private terrace and parking (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . $2,400 125th: Beach block 1BR, 1BA apt with HW floors, small pets okay (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,700
97th: Newly renovated 3BR, 1BA apt with new kitchen appliances (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . $2,300 117th: Beach block spacious 1BR, 1BA apt in building with super (JD) . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,675
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97th: Spacious third floor walk up 3BR, 1BA apt with HW floors (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,300 Broad Channel: 1BR, 1BA updated and raised N T E with backyard (CB) . . . . . . . . . . $1,600
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ABTS: 2BR, 1BA freshly painted apt. Tenant pays heat and electric (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,200 135th: Newly renovated 1BR, 1BA apt with HW floors and summer parking (BF) . . . . . $1,500
118th: Beach block 2BR, 1BA apt with parking and backyard (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,200 Broad Channel: 1BR, 1BA duplex apartment with parking (CB). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500
     Land For Sale     
134th: Take advantage of this 72'x100 lot and build your 3,600 sq ft. oceanfront mini mansion (LJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,500,000
149th: 60x100 Beach block land with approved plans to start building right away (LJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,500,000
139th: 40x100 lot will be the inspiration to build your 2,000 sq ft masterpiece (LJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $575,000
130th: Build your custom dream home on a 4,200 sq ft lot. R-2 Zoned, FAR.5 (LJ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $525,000
Arverne: Bayfront 75x100 zoned R4-1 with residential FAR of .9 (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $169,000
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example: if you seed the lawn former professor William
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special dual postmark leading
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4 Bed, 3 Bath triplex w/ ocean views, roof terrace,


garage and pvt. parking---$3,000

3 Bed, 2 Bath oceanfront w/ yard space---$2,300

2 Bed, 1 Bath w/ balcony, roof terrace,


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Real Estate Salesperson
130 Beach 121st St, #2B ASKING $183,000
Large studio apartment with an updated kitchen and a private balcony sitting directly on the
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Hope is a word that not every- pray for the good of all, PRAY for
one believes in. We pray for mir- FAITH. You don’t have to do nine
acles every day and hope there is sun salutations, but imagine set-
a cure for disease or discontent- ting intentions and having faith
ment. One who has hope, has in each one, hoping for the best
the will and determination to set outcome?
goals so they will be achieved. My faith is my lifesaver. My
Hope is important because life is good friend Denise Lee gave me
difficult and so many obstacles a beautiful coffee cup describing
are put in our way. Hope allows faith on it, “With Man this is im-
people to approach problems possible, but with God ALL things
with a mindset to be successful. I are POSSIBLE.” Matthew 19:26.
hope whoever is reading this be- May you all have faith in this
FAITH AND HOPE lieves in the power of HOPE.
Most times when I go to my
beautiful season of lights.
The Choice. "Is it faith or fear
Faith and love will guide you instilled in me to believe in God. yoga mat, I put my hands in a that rises to the fore, affirma-
through difficult times. So often It doesn’t matter what religion prayer gesture and I ask for God’s tion or negation at the very core
we experience suffering and loss you belong to, but if you have guidance. Without this special and center of the self? Will it be
in our life. Sadness can flow deep your faith, you have the greatest intention, I am somewhat lost. light or dark within the heart
into our heart because we have gift you will ever receive. There Working with my breath, I breathe today? The icy grip of fear that
loved and lost. Especially during will be good times and bad times, in calm, I breathe out peace. My knots and sours leaving me to
the holidays, those that have lost and you will learn to understand Intention draws my Attention in. cower in the shadows? There is
loved ones feel a terrible sadness. this is all part of life. We some- The mantra resonates and begins another way-I know it surely as
We try to console and help one times question why there is so to manifest within my body and I know the scent of Spring, the
another as best we can but, in the much suffering and loss, but your mind. choice of faith invites, invokes,
end, you must trust the process. faith will carry you on. Faith gives Paying attention to what you calls forth from all creation
Love and compassion will help to you strength, integrity and dig- believe is powerful. Sometimes I both the blessing and the lesson
heal your broken heart. Trust and nity. If we do not have our faith, will do nine sun salutations, each of the day. Whether faith or fear,
believe. we will break and lose heart. I one representing an intention/ the choice is mine alone. Each
Without my faith, I would not believe in prayer and intention. prayer attached to it. Pray for moment, choosing, stepping
be able to move on and contin- My parents gave me the greatest peace, pray for compassion, pray through the door, trusting that
ue to live life fully when times get gift when they taught me to have for healing, pray for love, pray the path beyond will surely lead
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amount of weight gain associated tipsychotics, beta-blockers, and
with quitting. Over-the-counter certain types of antiarrhythmics.
(OTC) NRTs include patches, loz- Varenicline (Chantix) is also
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of smoking. It should be started
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As I have previously writ- to discuss pharmacologic treat- for more than three months. geted quit date. When combined
ten, smoking tobacco prod- ment for smoking cessation. Side effects of NRTs include skin with NRTs, varenicline plus an
ucts is probably one of the most Let’s start with nicotine re- irritation, vivid dreams, insom- NRT has been shown to be more
destructive things people can placement therapies (NRTs). nia, heartburn, nausea, and hic- effective. It too is generally well
do to themselves. Tobacco de- Nicotine undergoes first-pass cups. Once NRT is initiated, the tolerated, the most common side
pendence remains the primary metabolism in the human body. patient will slowly reduce, then effects being nausea and sleep
preventable cause of death in That means that once nicotine stop, smoking. disturbances, including abnor-
the United States. Addiction to enters the bloodstream, the first Bupropion (Wellbutrin) is an mal dreams. Varenicline has no
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powerful addiction than opioids it is almost entirely removed and found to have some nicotine-re- If you or someone you know is a
and narcotics. That being said, it broken down. That is why oral ceptor-blocking ability. It should smoker, please get to your doctor
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want to quit smoking but can’t. the half-life (the amount of time before the targeted quit date. In your life, and I guarantee it will
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Rudolph is not appropriate light and the banking indus-


for children due to its offen- try says they want it banned
sive content. My mother was from NBC. Or The Christmas
pretty strict and would not Story is banned because of
let us watch certain televi- the inappropriate lamp that
sion shows, such as Three’s the dad hangs in the window
Company because she did for all of the neighbors to see?

By Beth Hanning
not think it was appropriate No wait, it would be the bully-
for Jack to live with Janet and ing that gets Flick to stick his
Chrissy. However, she never tongue to the pole. That is su-
banned Rudolph or any other per mean and offensive.
holiday films from the house. Until the hidden cameras

Stop the Insanity People are saying that it is


racist and misogynistic. I feel
it is a story of someone who is
come out, I would love to hear
what you think is so horrible
about a certain Christmas
So I often walk into work and It’s Cold Outside.” The com- different and in the end peo- film and why. Let me know.
ask the safety officer who sits poser, Frank Loesser, is said ple see Rudolph for his strong Have a great week everyone!
at the front desk if he thinks to have written it as a song points. Hopefully some young
today will be the day the hid- he and his wife could sing to- children will watch that show
den cameras come out and we gether at parties. I enjoy the and learn not to treat others
find out that this whole crazy
town act will be just a social
movie Elf with Will Ferrell and
I love the scene where him
badly who may be in their
class or school that are differ-
Want To Get
experiment to see how much and Zooey Deschanel sing ent. I know as a child I felt ter-
people can take. I truly be- that song. Now people want it rible for Rudolph and I would
lieve that the people who are
offended by everything are
banned from the airwaves be-
cause the lyrics and a video of
not want someone to feel that
way.
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just saying it to see if they can the song imply date rape. As I cannot wait to see what
get a rise out of people or to of today, some radio stations the next thing is that of- Send Email to
see if the corporate higher ups polled their listeners and they fends someone. Could it be
will modify things to suit the have returned the song to its that Ebenezer Scrooge is too Mail@RockawayTimes.com
offended. airwaves. I hope they do not mean to Tiny Tim? Maybe
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LLC, 123-11 Rockaway Beach Blvd., APT been designated as agent upon whom
4C, Rockaway Park, NY 11694. Any lawful process against the LLC may be served.
JUST DROP US A LINE: purpose. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC,
1216 30th Road, Long Island City, NY

MAIL@ROCKAWAYTIMES.COM Notice of Formation of Liu Studios LLC,


Articles of Organization Filed with the
11102. Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.

Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) Rihellis LLC, Arts of Org. filed with Sec.
on 9/21/2018. Office location: Queens, NY. of State of NY (SSNY) 10/17/2018. Cty:
SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon Queens. SSNY desig. as agent upon
whom process against it may be served. whom process against may be served &
SSNY shall mail process to Liu Studios shall mail process to 108-41 Corona Ave.,
LLC, 43-01 22nd St, Studio 348, Long Is- Flushing, NY 11368. General Purpose.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY land City, NY 11101. Any lawful purpose.
Pursuant to the lien granted by the New York Self-Storage Facility Act, notice is hereby given that the undersigned Parada Pro Painting LLC Articles of
self-storage units will be sold at a public sale by competitive bidding, to satisfy the lien of the Lessor, with Metro
Storage LLC as managing agent for Lessor, for rental and other charges due from the undersigned. The said property Org. filed with NY Sec. of State (SSNY)
has been stored and is located at the respective address below. Units up for auction will be listed for public bidding MDTDVD 236RM426 LLC, Arts of Org. on10/24/2018. Office in Queens Co. SSNY
on-line at www.StorageTreasures.com beginning five days prior to the scheduled auction date and time. The terms of filed with Sec. of State of NY (SSNY) designated agent of LLC upon whom pro-
the sale will be by lot to the highest bidder for cash only. A 10% buyer’s premium will be charged per unit. All sales are
final. Metro Self Storage LLC reserves the right to withdraw any or all units, partial or entire, from the sale at any time 9/5/2018. Cty: Queens. SSNY desig. cess may be served. SSNY shall mail copy
before the sale or to refuse any bids. The property to be sold is described as “general household items” unless as agent upon whom process against of process to 32-60 86th St East Elmhurst,
otherwise noted. All contents must be removed completely from the property within 48 hours or sooner or are deemed
abandoned by bidder/buyer. Sale rules and regulations are available at the time of sale. may be served & shall mail process to: NY 11369. Purpose: Any lawful purpose.
Metro Self Storage Property includes the storage unit contents belonging to
the following tenants at the following locations: 25-19 30thAve., Astoria, NY 11102.
2727 Knapp Street
Brooklyn, NY 11235 Occupant Name Unit # Property Description General Purpose. Notice of Formation of PREMIER PARK-
1. Djaoui Mohamed 1094 Boxes
(718) 769-9000 2. Dappersam Clothing 2022 Clothing, Bags, Boxes ING 52ND, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with
3. Leticia Guerrero 2026 Furniture, Boxes, Bags
4. Melanie O’Brien
5. Djaoui Mohamed
2100
2193
Furniture, Toys, Boxes
Furniture, Boxes, Bags
Notice of formation of Errol Remekie In- Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 10/23/18.
6. Steven Lucas 2279 Cleaning Supplies, Clothing, Bags
7. Lena Kaner 3111 Bags, Clothing come Tax & Accounting Services LLC. Office location: Queens County. Princ. of-
8. Marshall Newkirk 3199 Toys, Boxes, Bags
9. John Rykala
10. John Rykala
3204
3214
Furniture, Boxes, Bags, Collectibles
Clothing, Boxes, Household Goods
Filed with the Secretary of State of New fice of LLC: 37-14 29th St., Long Island
11. John Rykala
12. Victor Dimitriev
3218
3346
Boxes, Bags, Tools
TV’s, Bags, Clothing York on 9/25/2018. Office located in City, NY 11101. SSNY designated as
13. Frank J. Cappucci 4184 Boxes, Bags, Furniture
The bidding will close on the website 14. Vincenzo Stanzione 4252 Bags, Boxes, Clothing Queens County. SSNY has been desig- agent of LLC upon whom process against
StorageTreasures.com 15. Brian Burton 4412 Bags, Boxes
and a high bidder
16. Mauzhuda Ali
17. Loren Lansari
4423
4527
Furniture, Bags, Boxes
Bags, Boxes
nated for service of process. SSNY shall it may be served. SSNY shall mail process
will be selected on 12/27/18 at 1:00pm. 18. Loren Lansari 4528 Bags, Boxes
mail copy of any process served against to the LLC at the addr. of its princ. office.
the LLC to 134-05 244th Street, Rosedale, Purpose: To own, lease, develop, pur-
Queens, NY 11422. Purpose: Any lawful
LEGAL NOTICES activity or purpose.
chase and sell real estate and to engage
in any and all other activities permitted to
Notice of Formation of YTM GLOBAL Notice of Formation of 170-22 Cedarcroft LLC's under applicable law.
LLC, Articles of Organization filed with the Rd. LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of 2505 BUILDING LLC. Arts. of Org. filed
Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) State of NY (SSNY) on 9/26/18. Office lo- with the SSNY on 11/01/18. Office: E.J.V. TAXI LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the
on 11/20/18. Office location: Queens, NY. cation: Queens County. SSNY designat- Queens County. SSNY designated as SSNY on 11/21/18. Office: Queens County.
SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon ed as agent of LLC upon whom process agent of the LLC upon whom process SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon
whom process against it may be served. against it may be served. SSNY shall mail against it may be served. SSNY shall mail whom process against it may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to YTM Global process to: The LLC, 77-25 164th St., 1st copy of process to the LLC, c/o Mitchell SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 8
LLC, 133-36 41 Road, Suite 2G, Flush- Fl., Fresh Meadows, NY 11366. Purpose: Cohen, 48 Markwood Road, Forest Hills, Jay Court, Valley Stream, NY 11581. Purpose:
ing, NY 11355. Any lawful purpose. any lawful activity. NY 11375. Purpose: Any lawful purpose. Any lawful purpose.

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The Gift of Shopping Less


By Sarah Arikian Fifteen minutes with my On January 1, I was still My daughter came over
nose in a book and I’d be lusting after a pair of All- now and then and I grate-
This time last year I start- Googling something, and birds shoes. An advertise- fully adopted an excellent
ed becoming aware that I then an ad would pop up for ment on Facebook had told pair of Nikes and a sweater
was spending time – lots a sweater and I’d be looking me I must buy, and I was I took to wearing often and
of it – shopping. When I to see if it was available in annoyed with myself for not it made me think of her.
glanced at my iPhone the my size and I’d be off. remembering to buy them I read lots of exceptional
words boomed out at me: I missed my quiet read- before the new year rolled books with my gift of time.
“SARAH, WE HAVE CU- ing days. And my closet was round. On January 2, I still Less, (appropriate title!)
RATED YOUR DREAM DE- getting too stuffed. wanted them. By January by Andrew Sean Greer, and
CEMBER NEEDS,” “SARAH, Coincidentally, I read an 4, I realized I could live Killers of the Flower Moon:
YOUR SHOPPING BAG IS article by Ann Patchett in without them, went into my The Osage Murders and the
SAD – HAVE YOU FORGOT- the New York Times, My closet, sorted through my Birth of the FBI by David
TEN SOMETHING?” Really? Year Without Shopping. shoes and donated a num- Grann, and I felt like my old
It irritated me and I started It was inspiring! Maybe I ber of pairs. Finally, I could self had returned.
to think how shopping had could try? see all the nice pairs I al- I realize there is a huge
become a time-consuming I set some rules. My stylish ready had! difference between shop-
hobby. One ad would pop niece was getting married in I spammed all my re- ping less and not being able
up and it would lead me September, in a swanky loca- tail ads, and woke up to a to afford to shop. I ate out,
down a warren of things tion in the south of France, severely depleted inbox, went to shows, bought gifts
that cost me a lot of time. and my whole family would which was initially a shock from local retailers. But I
Sometimes I succumbed – be going. There was no way I (was I no longer loved?) – found that it sharpened my
that unwise top from Sun- was going to turn up shabby where were all my Anthro- awareness of money and
dance, those three-inch and not chic, so I gave myself pologie, Zappos friends? time squandered. I cleaned
gray velvet peep-toed heels permission, that I would be I found myself shopping out my bathroom cabinets
that were just too silly. allowed to buy a dress. in my own closet, even find- and found samples of prod-
And back to time. I real- No other clothes, jewelry, ing things with price tags ucts I have been using all
ized that I was missing out shoes or bags, starting Janu- on them.
on reading. I love reading. ary 1! Unexpected abundance! Continued on page 36

With heavy hearts, the family of


Thomas A. Fitzpatrick
would like to announce
his passing on
November 27, 2018
A funeral mass will be held at
Saint Francis de Sales RC Church
on Saturday, December 15th
at 9:45am
Burial to follow
at Saint Mary Star
of the Sea, Lawrence, NY
All are welcome to join the family
at Belle Harbor Yacht Club
1pm-4pm

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THE GIFT OF seen me in it before either,
SHOPPING LESS so it would have been pen-
Continued from Page 35 ny-wise and prudent.
Overall I would say that
year. My shelves are min- this was a very positive ex-
imalist now, and I finish perience. It made me face
everything, and that makes some of my spendthrift
me happy. habits and question how
There is a Sanskrit term I really wanted to spend
used by the ancient Yoga my time. I’ve enjoyed the
philosophers that I like: good things that are already
Aparigraha — The virtue of mine, and I’ve wasted less.
being less possessive, not I am not sure what kind of
greedy. I’ve been mulling resolution I will make next
over it this year, as I’ve re- year. Maybe I will continue,
Printing: paired jeans and bought and maybe I will purchase
Letterheads, Envelopes, Bumper Stickers, buttons, have worn things just one pair of highly im-
I didn’t think I liked, and practical shoes? Just for
Custom Invites, Labels, Flyers, Business Cards worn my favorite things fun…
over and over. It’s simpli-
Silk Screen fied my life.
When I finally got around
Printing to buying a dress for my
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hardworking parent, you de- collage of beautiful memories


serve it! from 2018. Local music and
1. Book one of your trusted art space, Rustwoods, recent-

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By Kami-Leigh Agard into a nirvana for foodies, and com. As for exercise classes,
even in the wintertime, there local Zumba Queen Lisa G,
Parents — Here Are are so many amazing places
open with live music to satisfy
hosts free Zumba classes at
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3 Ideas on How to Make and company. (For a weekly
list, see RT’s Rockaway Good
Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. For more
info, visit Facebook page: Total
Your Holidays Brighter Times on page 40). Also, here’s
a novel idea. Host a wine-tast-
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By Kami-Leigh Agard ever, instead of allowing your ing party at home with friends. the photo collage will be fun as
stress overload to implode, Longtime Rockaway Beach together, you’ll get to re-expe-
Between decorating the why not use this time as a mer- Autism Families (RBAF) sup- rience each moment with the
house, gift shopping, a gazil- ry opportunity to have some porter Suzanne O’Rahilly with photos and memorialize them
lion family gatherings, and fun, treat yourself and express company, ViaOneHope, hosts forever. There are many apps
trepidatiously gearing up for your needs to friends and fam- fun wine-tasting parties right where you can create online
those LONG eight days our ily? After all, ’tis the season in the comfort of your home, photo books, but I prefer the
children will be on vacation, for us too, to be jolly! Here’s and the added bonus? Fifty old school method of cutting
the end-of-year holidays could three ideas on how we can re- percent of the profits go to- and pasting photos on a post-
be a harrowing time for many sourcefully squeeze some ‘me’ wards multiple charities. For er, which you can display. The
parents with loved ones on time in. Disclaimer: Don’t feel more info, visit website: viaon- magic is in sharing the experi-
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2. They say it’s the thought ideas after carefully listening
that counts when you receive to RBAF parents. There should
a present, but how many of us be no guilt in demanding what
have opened a gift and silent- you need to make the holidays
ly said, “Great. Another pair of brighter for you as a caregiver.
gloves.” Why not vocalize what The less stressed you are, the
you want, like a much-needed more bandwidth of patience
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cal wellness center NurtureU dren. So get out there, declare
Wellness (nurtureuwellness. what you want and have a
com), a yoga class package at blessed holiday season!
Ocean Bliss Yoga Studio (www. Speaking of presents, thanks
oceanblissyoga.net/), or a gift to the Best Man in Rockaway,
certificate to local clothing aka Mr. Owen Loof, tonight,
boutiques, Lana’s Loft (114-04 Thursday, December 13 at 7
Beach Channel Drive), Pol- p.m., RBAF is hosting a hol-
ly & Esther (414 Beach 129th iday gathering at Knights of
Street), End of the A (37 Beach Columbus (330 Beach 90th
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¼ cup grated Parmesan
CAROUSEL cheese
¼ cup pine nuts, toasted
1938 1 garlic clove, minced
Garnishes: tomato wedges,
Smoked Mozzarella baby spinach leaves
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Pasta Salad
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bowl. Add pasta and roasted
Need an easy dish to bring to red peppers, smoked mozza-
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1 (8oz) package rotini pasta, nuts and garlic and mix until
cooked well blended. Add to pasta mix-
1 (7 oz) jar roasted red bell ture, stirring to combine. Cover
peppers, drained and cut into and chill. Garnish, if desired.
strips *If you like your pasta wetter,
½ lb smoked use another ¼ cup
mozzarella of mayonnaise and
cheese, cut into ¼ cup of Parmesan
½” cubes cheese. I found it
½ (5oz) bag too moist.
baby spinach **1/2 pound
leaves (about smoked gouda or
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By Kami-Leigh Agard ring the holidays in with Girls On Wednesdays $15 for kids 14 and under. All par-
Top jingle bell classic rock at The 8 p.m. ticipants get a Santa suit. Register
Lining up plans for the Holi- Bayhouse in Breezy. And with The It’s Karaoke Wednesdays at the at rockapulcorun.com
days? Well, no need to leave the Bayhouse’s beautiful bay views, Rockaway Brewing Company!
peninsula as the Rock is teeming you’ll be looking up at the stars, All you need is some pluck and HOLIDAY SHOPPING
with fabulous Santa sightings, making your Christmas wish. of course your voice to belt out POP-UPS
music, theater, arts and not to 500 Bayside Drive, Breezy Point your favorite tunes amongst good Looking for that special hol-
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in The Rockaway Times’ Good Saturday, December 15 415 Beach 72nd Street partment store shopping. Why
Times page. 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. not buy comfortably here on the
Head to RBQ on RBB for a myth- Fridays Rock, with the added bonus of
LIVE MUSIC: ical night of fabulous music with 8 p.m. supporting local artisans at vari-
Friday, December 14 Celtic-American singer/songwrit- Calling all rhymers and lyricists. ous pop-ups around town!
5 p.m. to 9 p.m. er, Jeff Conlon, as he delivers his Let’s see if you got game at Rust-
Tonight at Jamesons! — with original lineup of rock, folk and woods Hip Hop Karaoke night! Thursday, December 13
live classic rock, drinks and pub Irish music, plus your favorite The winner gets to don the majes- 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
grub — what’s not to love? Enjoy classic rock covers. tic Biggie Smalls crown, plus the At Belle Harbor Yacht Club’s
as husband and wife acoustic duo 97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd. added bonus? A pot full of mon- Holiday Boutique, not only will
Stardust blazes your heart with all ey! Registration is $20. To sign you able to score that special gift
your favorite rock classics. Plus Saturday, December 15 up, email: rustwoodsrockaway- from two floors of 40+ vendors
with libations generously flowing 9 p.m. beach@gmail.com or call: (347) selling clothing, art, accessories,
at Jamesons’ popular 5 p.m. to 7 Baby it’s cold outside, but to- 927-5890. And for folks who just jewelry, apothecary products,
p.m. happy hour, you’ll be in love! night, Rogers is going to be on want to see the don dada with the eyewear, and more — there will
421 Beach 129th Street fire as Keegan & Soogs belt out illest rhymes, entry fee is $5. be live music, 50/50 and gift raf-
their sizzling acoustic rock clas- 97-02 Rockaway Beach Blvd. fles, and bar!
Friday, December 14 sics, new wave and modern rock. 533 Beach 126th Street
7 p.m. Come see for yourself why these SPECIAL MENTIONS:
On “the little street where old rock titans are ballyhooed as one SANTA SIGHTINGS: Saturdays & Sundays
friends meet,” one of Rockaway’s of locals’ favorites. Baby, it’s cold outside, but grab 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
merriest family bands, The Rock- 203 Beach 116th Street your kids and your adult bffs too, Hosted by Rockapulcorun,
awades, will have you and your as Mr. Claus is making some spe- Glider’s Holiday Market will feel
best buds on your feet dancing Saturday, December 15 cial trips in the Rock! as though you stepped into an
and singing to your favorite rock 9 p.m. eclectic village featuring an as-
classics, plus your most cherished The Boss is back, or at least the Friday, December 14, sortment of handcrafted items,
holiday tunes. So, where are you closest thing you’ll get. Spring- 6 p.m. and those with a sugary tooth,
going? Healy’s Irish Pub! steen tribute band, Thunder Road The 100th Precinct Communi- will be in pastry heaven with
108-07 Rockaway Beach Blvd. takes on Thai Rock tonight, bring- ty Council beckons you to grab treats from the Holiday Dessert
ing you all your favorite Bruce the kiddies for Movie Night with Outlet. Plus Fit Food Kitchen
Friday, December 14 Springsteen hits and more. Plus Santa at St. Camillus’ Auditorium. will be open. Happening every
9 p.m. to Midnight all attendees get a raffle ticket for On the big screen, watch holiday weekend until December 23.
Sensational award-winning a chance to win $500! classic, Home Alone. Also plen- 114-04 Beach Channel Drive
American blues and roots man 375 Beach 92nd Street ty of food and snacks available. (in the parking lot)
Kevin Kearney spices up Thai This event is free, but to spread
Rock even more with his voice, Sunday, December 16 some holiday cheer, bring an un- OTHER MUSES AROUND
testifying guitar riffs and rhythms. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. wrapped toy as a donation. TOWN
Kearney’s talent for touching you The Mike Severino Trio makes 185 Beach 99th Street
with his honest and untampered their grand debut at Pico’s jazz Saturdays and Sundays
acoustics will leave you spell- brunch. With Simon Chardiet on Saturday, December 15, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
bound. guitar, Tim Givens on upright bass 9:30 a.m. This weekend is your last
375 Beach 92nd Street and Severino on drums, get ready Get ready for the ultimate Santa chance to view the Rockaway
for a bluesy feast! sighting, as there will not just be Artists Alliance’s final show of
Saturday, December 15, 419 Beach 129th Street one or two Santas, but scores run- the year, Gifted, and their annual
6 p.m. ning on the boardwalk with Rock- holiday art exhibition, Celebra-
What’s more fun than old Sunday, September 16 apulcorun’s Santa Run 5K. This tions, featuring the unique works
school Christmas caroling on the 4 p.m. is a classic Rockaway event you from RAA members. Both Gifted
boardwalk? Share the experience What better venue to revel in don’t want to miss, as you’ll see a and Celebrations will be on view
with House on the Rock Church, Rockaway’s Celtic trad roots — bevy of Santas running, all suited until Sunday, December 16. For
and to warm you up, there will than with the charming vocals up. Santa suit pick-up and day of further info, visit: www.rockawa-
be hot chocolate and cookies for and versatile guitar-playing of registration is at Rockaway Gliders yartistsalliance.org
everyone! Rockaway’s born and bred Irish Fitness (114-04 Beach Channel the sTudio 7 Gallery, Fort Til-
Beach 94th Boardwalk musician and vocalist, Walter En- Drive) from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m. Run den.
sor — than at Rogers, Rockaway’s starts at 11 a.m. on the boardwalk
Saturday, December 15 oldest Irish pub? Come on in and at Beach 116th. Post-run party Got info on local live music and
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. find out! with Rockapulco Gold Beer and art exhibitions coming up? Send it
With just 10 days to Christmas, 203 Beach 116th Street music at Gliders. $40 for adults, to kami@rockawaytimes.com
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Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at SFDS


Hundreds gathered on Rockaway Beach Boulevard outside the St.
Francis de Sales Prayer Garden to celebrate the annual lighting of its
100+ Christmas trees and angels. Bill Sweeney and Father Jim offered
prayers and blessed the trees. Holiday music filled the air. The crowd
was also serenaded by Father Jomar, who was celebrating his birth-
day (and Father Jomar took these pics!) Santa made an appearance
and so did Roger the Elf who delighted all the kids. Tis the season!

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Slipping Through the Cracks


This one shouldn’t slip with what appears to be tar We have a beautiful beach
through the cracks. Local res- sealer. The playing surface and boardwalk in Rockaway,
ident Donna Ward recently is completely uneven. This is but only one city park that
wrote a letter to NYC Parks true for all the courts. They looks as though it was aban-
Commissioner Mitchell Silver look like a jigsaw puzzle. doned (Beach 51st Street and
and DOE Chancellor Richard You can still see the cracks Almeda Ave). We have no
Carranza to bring attention through some of the seams, major businesses (except for
to the disintegrating tennis not to mention weeds com- Stop and Shop), no movie
courts at the Beach Chan- ing through the cracks. Some theatre, no city golf courses
nel Educational Campus and courts have half a net, while and no ice skating rinks. To
to suggest some be used for other courts are missing nets, lyn was recently renovated travel to Brooklyn, we are re-
pickleball. We’ll let her letter and the nets that are there and has fifteen tennis courts. liant on the Marine Parkway
and photos do the talking. are damaged. Couldn’t you convert four Bridge, which has been under
Dear Commissioner Silver After Hurricane Sandy, of those courts to pickleball repair for the last 17 years. We
and Chancellor Carranza, I we were promised so many courts? A second thought, do have a Federal Park (Riis
am writing concerning the things that never material- although a less desirable op- Park), but it was voted the
Beach Channel Tennis Courts ized. Our boardwalk (actually tion, would be to put pickle- worst federal park in the U.S.
and their conversion to pick- cement walk) took nearly five ball lines in a different color It’s in the same shape as our
leball courts in Rockaway. years to complete. It’s funny and the courts could be used tennis courts - shambles. I
The NYC Parks department that the Empire State Build- for both tennis and pickleball. have an online petition signed
website states that, “It’s never ing was built in a little over Pickleball is the fastest grow- by my fellow pickleball en-
been easier to become a ten- a year. The city sprung for a ing sport in the United States thusiasts. The Beach Channel
nis player in New York City”. wooden boardwalk in Coney with the exception of New Tennis Courts are like pieces
That may be true elsewhere Island but not in Rockaway. York. It’s ideal for older ten- of coal just waiting to become
but not if you live in Rock- It was too expensive. The NYC nis players who may have lost diamonds. All they need is
away. There are eight ten- Parks Department recently some mobility. The average pressure.
nis courts at Beach Channel sponsored a pickleball tour- age of a pickleball player is Sincerely,
High School that are virtually nament in Rego Park. It seems 64 years of age. Pickleball has Donna Ward
unusable (photos enclosed). ironic that there are no public both health and socialization Those interested in sign-
The cracks that are all over outdoor pickleball courts in benefits. “Good things come ing the petition can do so at
every court were patched NYC. Marine Park in Brook- to those who sweat.” pickleballbaby.com

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