In The Spotlight
Repairs already? Readers recently brought it to our attention that the staircase to the boardwalk on Beach 94th Street was undergoing construction. With the stairs only being completed two years ago, some were wondering why the work was being done, so we reached out to the Parks Department for an answer.
“Surface repairs are being made to the Beach 94th Street stairs after hairline cracks were discovered in the concrete. Both the stairway and seating areas are structurally sound, and repairs
Heaping plates of savory Peruvian-style fried rice (arroz chaufa) with ham and peas, sautéed vegetables and delicious Italian pastries just to satisfy your sweet tooth…all dished up for you for FREE. That’s what dozens of locals were treated to at Rockaway Day this past Saturday, March 25.
It was a damp, overcast and rainy day, but that did not stop locals, Louis Harris, east coast representative of the nonprofit, Black Surfer's Association (BSA) and friend, Tina Schlissel from bringing some
Prepare to be dazzled, thrilled and taken on an emotional ride when you see the Rockaway Theatre Company’s production of “A Chorus Line.” If you head to the Post Theater in Fort Tilden this weekend or next, you’ll be delighted by the more than sixteen talented cast members who not only act, but dance and sing in this fabulous musical. We sat down with longtime RTC member Catherine Leib, to learn about her career as an actress and her latest role as Cassie Ferguson in the new musical.
On the evening of Sunday, March 19, Congregation Ohab Zedek of Belle Harbor celebrated its 86th Annual Dinner. More than 180 people packed the synagogue’s newly-designed events hall to celebrate with the Guests of Honor, Irv and Mira Hackel. Attendees included members of Ohab Zedek, as well as members of every Jewish institution in Belle Harbor. This unifying and memorable event was a testament to the relationships maintained by the Guests of Honor with the entire community.