In The Spotlight
It’s that time again. Love is in the air in Rockaway. And with Valentine’s Day falling on a Friday this year, more may want to get into the spirit. And whether celebrating with your significant other, getting together with friends or showing yourself a little love, there is plenty to do to celebrate locally.
If chocolates, cards and flowers are too cliché, try a little something different this Valentine’s Day. Rockaway Brewing Company (415 Beach 72nd Street) is offering a unique way to
CROM’s Salsa Night Fundraiser to Support Earthquake-Stricken Island
These are again difficult times in Puerto Rico, and the folks at CROM Physical Culture are back at it again to help, this time fundraising a disaster relief effort after repeated earthquakes and powerful aftershocks crippled the Caribbean island starting December 28. So this Saturday, February 15, get your dancing shoes on and bring your family and friends for a special salsa night, where you’ll not only learn and prune your
Though last Thursday’s meeting held at the YMCA between MTA NYC Transit reps and local students, residents and pols regarding the MTA issues, and mostly the proposed Queens Bus Network Redesign, was described as a “community conversation,” the hour-long “conversation” left locals feeling bamboozled as questions presented to the MTA were vetted and censored.
At the meeting, where former MTA Commissioner Andy Byford was originally supposed to attend before announcing his resignation, locals
The Rockaway Theater Company’s (RTC) Young People’s Workshop has yet again produced another musical, showcasing the talents of local children from the peninsula. Because of such high enrollment for the workshop, RTC’s directors decided it would be best to show off the unbelievable talent these children possess, by splitting the group of youngsters into two groups based on age, creating two fabulous shows. This past Thursday, February 6, the youngest of the bunch, ages six to thirteen, opened