In The Spotlight
The beaches are supposed to open in a month, on May 26, but problem is, in some areas, there won’t be much beach to use. More than five million people used Rockaway’s beaches last summer and that number is expected to grow this season, but where are they supposed to go? As the beach season nears, the problem of erosion, which appears to be worse than ever, is a tremendous concern.
Last week, the Parks Department closed off the entrance to the Beach 91st Street ramp, which is looking more and
Things are heating up with only a few days left until the 100th Precinct Community Council’s 9th Annual Chili and Mac-n-Cheese Cook-Off this Friday, April 27 at the Knights of Columbus (333 Beach 90th Street).
Better be hungry because it’s gearing up to be a tasty, five-alarm blazing event full of cheesy, meaty and hearty good eats. More than 22 chili entries and for the first time in the event’s history, they’ll be throwing some macaroni and cheese into the ring. Twelve mac-n-cheese dishes
As aptly stated by the ever-notorious and much loved, Whitney Aycock of Whit’s End, this Saturday, April 28, Rockaway can finally say, “Spring is sprung!” with the kickoff of this year’s Annual Taste of Rockaway!
With more than 24 Rockaway Beach locations featuring an eclectic array of sumptuous cuisines from 29 local foodie businesses, it’s time to get your walking shoes and make sure your belly is empty because as you consume those well worth it, yummy calories — you will be stomping around
There’s a crochet craze sweeping P.S./M.S.114Q and Miss Abby and Miss Lisa are leading the charge.
While some use their breaks to check emails or Facebook, and one or two may even still slip out to grab a smoke, Safety Officer Abby Yearwood and School Aide, Lisa Consavo are using their breaks to teach the smallest of hands how to work a loom, a hook and knitting needles.
Yearwood, or the Crochet Queen as some call her, picked up her skills from Consavo, and together the two women are paying