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The clock is ticking folks! With just two days away, get ready to wine up for the ultimate tropical lineup as Rockaway heats up with it’s first annual spectacular Caribbean Carnival, presented by Senator James Sanders, Jr. and his hard-working team in collaboration with the West Indian American Day Carnival Association (WIADCA), Rockaway Development & Revitalization Corporation (RDRC) and NYC Parks Department, this Saturday, August 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Whether you are a parader or
Just when dockless bike share company, Spin, was gearing up to hold a pop-up demonstration to showcase their GPS-enabled, self-locking smart bikes in Rockaway at a press conference hosted by City Councilman Eric Ulrich, the Department of Transportation (DOT) put a stick in the spokes by sending a cease-and-desist letter to the company this past Friday.
"Please be advised that you do not have the authorization or permission, pursuant to a concession, franchise, permit, contract or otherwise
Ever seen the 1963 Alfred Hitchcock horror-thriller cult movie, The Birds, where birds suddenly start attacking people, who literally quarantine themselves indoors and are in fear of their lives?
Well for these Arverne residents, the scenario feels the same. However, instead of birds, it’s the bloodthirsty mosquitoes.
At first glance, this beautiful cul de sac on Beach 72nd Street and Hillmeyer Avenue, is breathtaking, with the scenic bay just steps away and the Brant Point Wildlife Sanctuary
HUSH-HUSH: DEVELOPER SOUGHT CHANGES
By Kevin Boyle
Maybe it’s time to call a mistrial on the courthouse deal. Progress appears deadlocked and it appears evidence has been withheld from the jury otherwise known as the Community Board.
For those new to Rockaway, there’s a building at Beach 90-01 Beach Channel Drive, which seems like it’s part of the movie Groundhog Day, in which a character is stuck in a time loop and lives through and repeats the same day, every day. In this