In The Spotlight
The Marcal Group released renderings for the new development slated for Beach 116th, which was first announced in The Rockaway Times in August 2016.
Initially called Seaside Landing, the project now goes by One Sixteen, and will include 90 condos, which developers hope will fetch somewhere between $500-600 per square foot with the lower end units starting around $300,000. The lead principal is Mark Caller who said the 8-story condo will be “a magnificent building.” The design allows for many
In 1933, 8-year-old Ruth Wachner, who was living in Berlin, Germany, experienced anti-Semitism for the first time. “I had a lot of friends from the playground that I went ice skating with and Clara and I were very close. Her mother was very ill and whenever my family was going on an outing, like to the zoo, Clara would come with us. She was Christian, but that didn’t seem to matter. That was until one day, I ran to her house to play and her mother wouldn’t let me in the house. I couldn’t
The scholars of Wave Preparatory Academy-PS 362 in Far Rockaway know the importance of giving back. That’s why they make it their mission to practice community service each month.
The Wave Prep students have been very busy over the past few months. The school’s name stands for Worldy, Accountable, Virtuous, Excellent (WAVE), and they practice some of these goals through charity. Since the school year started, the students and their family collect certain items and donate them to those in need
With basket tosses catapulting ‘flyers’ into the air, combined with team members executing athletic precision with tumbles, backhand springs, toe touch jumps and pyramid configurations, the Scholars’ Academy Seawolves Varsity Stunt Team is not only defying gravity, but the traditional perception of cheerleading.
Stunt is a relatively new sport in the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL), an organization, founded in 1903, that promotes student athletics in NYC public schools. It is a new form