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VOL. 5, NO.

14 - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2018

Poseidon's Pleased

Parade Marks End of Summer
More Photos Inside! Photo by Ed Gormley
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Channel View Remembers Lamine Sarr
By Katie McFadden to be too much for Sarr’s family the band. When Sarr joined in
as some broke out in tears, while freshman year, he was first giv-
Monday, September 24 was a others excused themselves from en the job of pushing around
day of mourning and celebra- the auditorium. the cart for the bass player, yet
tion at Channel View School Student Shamar Williams he earned to do more. Eventu-
for Research (CVSR) as fellow shared a story of a project that he ally Sarr worked his way up to
students honored the life of worked on with Sarr and remind- playing the bass drum, to the
Lamine Sarr, who drowned in ed those in attendance that, “If he wood blocks, to the triangle and
Rockaway Beach, on Septem- were here, he would want us to the cymbal, and was a vital part
ber 15. The CVSR community keep our heads up and be strong.” of the percussion section for
invited Sarr’s family to a cer- As Sarr’s family and fellow stu- the band. Last year, the band
emony to remember the late dents tried to remain strong, the was invited to participate in the
CVSR senior with music and or student and he had a great CVSR choir, to music played by Six Flags Music Competition
dance performances, photo sense of humor. He will be the Rockaway Park High School and the band, including Sarr,
slideshows and stories about greatly missed.” A moment of band, sang emotional songs, won second place in the high
the local teen that will be silence was then held, followed “Time Adventure” from the car- school division. At the front of
missed by many. by the auditorium reciting toon, Adventure Time, and Wiz the room stood a photo of Sarr
On Monday, students from CVSR’s “15 words to live by,” Khalifa’s “See You Again.” holding up the trophy that the
CVSR, plus some classes from which many say Sarr exempli- The songs were followed by band took home. “Lamine will
the other schools of the Beach fied in his short life. Students fellow students who shared po- truly be missed. All the band
Channel Educational Campus, then used their own words to ems and stories of Sarr. Many members love him and will
gathered in the auditorium for describe Sarr, such as “moti- fought through tears as they miss him,” the bandleader said
an assembly to remember Sarr. vated, uplifting, wild, funny reflected on the memories they before the band dedicated two
They were also joined by spe- and special.” shared with him. songs to Sarr, and the ceremo-
cial guests—Sarr’s family. Student Devaughn Jackson The CVSR Concert Band ny ended with a special dance
CVSR Principal Denise Harp- then dedicated a song to Sarr stood in front of the audito- performance by the D.R.E.A.M.
er-Richardson led the ceremo- as a slideshow featuring pho- rium, as one of its members Chasers Dance Team.
ny with some opening words tos and videos of a smiling Sarr, was notably missing. Howev- There’s no doubt that Sarr
about Sarr, saying he was “an flashed on a screen on stage. er, a photo of Sarr remained will truly be missed by his fam-
accomplished musician who Seeing images of the son, broth- in his place as the band lead- ily, the CVSR community and
played percussion, an hon- er, nephew and cousin proved er explained Sarr’s time with Rockaway.

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A lot of times, they’ll cut or somebody they knew sur- supplies. Well, supplies
you off and say, “Mine was vived a gunshot wound. They were really just a cover. I just
the worst.” can’t help themselves. You wanted to go full redneck
You might gripe about a might mention that you visited and show up in the south
summer cold and they’ll the Bronx Zoo and they’ll re- with my baseball cap and
say, “Oh, man, mine was the spond by saying they went on bright red pick-up. I wanted
There’s an old saying, if your worst. I coughed for like three an African safari. to blend.
neighbor is laid off, it’s a reces- weeks and then my wife got it. But since I’m the worst, a My pick-up truck, my base-
sion. If you’re laid off, it’s a de- And then my neighbor and…” hypocrite whenever conven- ball cap, my work boots.
pression. You don’t hear what else they ient, I can engage in topper- I brought a generator so
It’s a matter of perspective say because they’ve hijacked ism. I could hook up a radio to
—though some people have your cold and made it about Even worse, I speak before play country music and bi-
the perspective of a funhouse them. I think. But I was not a top- ble call-in shows. Damn
mirror. Always warped, always Sometimes they’ll even try per down south last week. right. I thought I was legit
about them. and top you with somebody’s And nobody can top how but that coral, peach, what-
You know the type, their episode. I mean, sometimes much restraint it took. ever-color Rockaway Times
troubles are always worse you don’t gripe or even say a The son who remains t-shirt I wore gave me away.
than yours and anybody else’s. word. Your car could have a nameless goes to college in I got looks like I just came
They’re toppers. They’ve got scratch. You might be wear- Wilmington, North Carolina, in from Mars, or San Fran-
to top you no matter what. ing a Band-Aid. These unfor- where Hurricane Florence cisco.
You mention you got a bit of a tunate things are just a green struck. He managed to get My son’s shack was a soak-
sunburn and they have to tell light for a topper. “I see that home for a few days, escap- ing mess. Mold was every-
you about the third-degree, scratch on your car. This guy ing the worst of the storm. where. He said it was no big
skin-bubbling burn they got I know flipped his car on the After Flo moved out, a few deal. I said it was a disas-
fifteen years ago. Jersey Turnpike. They had to days of sunshine followed ter. And then he went and
Don’t say you have a head- get the jaws of life to get him and then he and I headed topped me: It’s not as bad
ache because they’ll have to tell out. You shoulda seen his down to see what was left of as Sandy. Ok, just don’t say
you about the time they went car.” his off-campus shack. that to anybody around here.
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CB14 Back in Full Swing After Summer
By Katie McFadden Dyrenforth for all of her service tions. Orr said she witnessed a about the recent incidents of
and hard work as Parks’ for- Q22 letting passengers out onto local police seemingly forcing
After a summer hiatus, Com- mer Rockaway Administrator. the street, blocking traffic to the block parties to shut down ear-
munity Board 14 came back in Dyrenforth was thanked sever- street corridor, as another bus ly. Captain Hall explained that
full swing at the Knights of Co- al times by different speakers was already parked at the stop. this has been an issue of party
lumbus on Monday, Septem- throughout the meeting. She sent photos to the MTA but organizers not filing the proper
ber 24. In addition to Budget CB14 chair Dolores Orr men- has not yet received a response. permits, and that while he in-
Committee and Parks Commit- tioned the recent drowning of Next up, Captain Louron Hall, sists he’s not trying to prevent
tee reports, the meeting was Lamine Sarr, 17, and reiterat- the new head of the 100th Pre- people from having fun, rules
jam-packed with updates and ed the need to introduce water cinct, introduced himself and must be followed and going for-
gripes. safety courses to schools across addressed some concerns. Cap- ward, officers will explain to or-
The meeting kicked off with the city. She also spoke about tain Hall said that the 100th ganizers, what can and can’t be
Assemblywoman Stacey Phef- the work that took place along Precinct has seen the largest done according to the specific
fer Amato providing updates the A train line this summer, crime reduction in the city in permit, before the party hap-
on some of the work she’s do- noting that it was completed on the past year, with a 24 per- pens so that there are no viola-
ing, including introducing leg- time, but a steel wall can now cent reduction in crime, or 85 tions.
islation that would give cover- be seen at the Rockaway Dog fewer crimes than last year. He Many signed up for public
age to all of those not currently Park, so the MTA has accepted also spoke about a new initia- speaking at the meeting. With
covered under programs that a request for ARF-ARF or anoth- tive starting in November, for CB14 being on hiatus over the
provide help for people getting er group to paint the wall with both of Rockaway’s precincts, summer, many brought up the
sick from 9/11-related illnesses, a mural to make it more aes- in which officers will be part- biggest issue of the season—the
like health and hospital work- thetically pleasing. Continuing nering with the Department of beach closures, and requested
ers that may have been near with the MTA, Orr also spoke Education to run a football pro- the urgency for the city to act
Ground Zero. She also said about the recent change to the gram with youth, ages 9 to 11, and have a plan for the next
she’ll re-introduce legislation Q22 bus route. She reminded that have been identified as at beach season, including adding
in January to eliminate the toll the room that CB14 heavily re- risk, in order to keep them busy more sand to the beaches. Oth-
on the Cross Bay Bridge. jected the plan, but it still went and off the streets. The program ers also brought up the recent
Manuel Silva of Councilman forward. The plan now has Q22 will begin with 80 boys and will drowning and suggested that
Donovan Richards’ office was buses stopping in front of the expand to include a basketball the lifeguard season be extend-
on hand to present a much-de- Dunkin Donuts on Beach 116th program for girls starting in
served Proclamation to Portia Street, which is causing disrup- January. A question was raised Continued on page 14

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with doors opening at 6 p.m. ist Roy Bittan is from Rock- Festival featuring numerous
A presentation will begin at away Beach, LONG ISLAND. local bands will kick off at 3
6:30 p.m. with comments, Bruuuuuuuce! Long Island? p.m. at 114-04 Beach Channel
and discussion to follow. A ***** Drive (which might be bet-
second meeting will be on They don’t seem to be wast- ter known as the parking lot
Wednesday, October 10, Vil- ing too much time getting behind Belle Rock Car Ser-
lage of Cedarhurst Hall, 200 started on the new firehouse vice). The event is sponsored
***** Cedarhurst Avenue in Cedar- planned for Beach Channel by Rockaway Gold, Rocka-
The Catch a Cure run is this hurst. Drive and Beach 116th Street. way’s own beer. There will be
Sunday, September 30. The ***** The building was acquired by beer, music, (water too!), and
fun 5K run/walk starts at 9 According to reports, CBS is the City through eminent do- food available from Fit Food
a.m. at Beach 102nd Street. developing a TV show series main (compensation to the Kitchen. Go to Rockapulco-
The run is held in honor of based on the Spanish show, owner was to be determined Run.com for more details. Or,
locals that died of cancer and “Estoy Vivo.” The American by the court). The City ap- if you know John Edwards,
proceeds help fund WISH, version is titled, “Far Rocka- plied to condemn the build- ask him.
one of Rockaway’s great way.” In the show, a worka- ing in July and now fencing *****
non-profits. You can regis- holic NYPD detective killed has gone up. We asked the Congratulations to the or-
ter ahead of time by going to in the line of duty is granted FDNY for an update. We’ll ganizers of the Poseidon Pa-
RockapulcoRun.com. a second chance to return to keep you posted. rade for doing another great
***** earth in the body of anoth- ***** job in running this signature
The Army Corps of Engi- er cop in order to bring his The same owners of the La event. And bravo to the nau-
neers is holding public meet- killer to justice and heal the Quinta Hotel on Beach 43rd tical nuts who make the pa-
ings regarding the Reformu- fractured family he left be- Street will be opening a Best rade swim!
lation Plan (the plan to make hind. Western in Far Rockaway, *****
Rockaway and other areas ***** near the Mott Avenue subway Just about exactly a year
more resilient), and you can We highly recommend lis- station. We expect the City ago, we told you 234 Beach
bet jetties and where they’ll tening to Bruce Springsteen’s to be booking rooms at the 102nd Street was for sale
be placed will be discussed. book, Born To Run. The au- place soon after it opens. for $11.5 million. Well, that
Mark your calendars. The first dio version of his autobi- ***** would have been a bargain.
meeting is Thursday, October ography is read by The Boss Saturday, October 13 is The price for the approxi-
4 at the Rockaway Waterfront himself. The only discordant scheduled to be a day of mately 200 x 300 site is now
Alliance RISE Center, 58-03 note in the book is when he beers and beats. The first- $14 million. B6 Real Estate in
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This Week in History
SEPTEMBER 27
John Cosgrove was born.
James Charles was born.
Neil O’Connor was born.
Barbara Gilman Shannon was born.
Paul Klose was born.
Fab 50
Fr. Bill Sweeney was born.
Ed Shevlin was born. 1955 - Actor James Dean was killed in
Ryan Meade was born. a car crash.

1964 - The Warren Commission report OCTOBER 1
concluded that there was no conspir- Maureen Armstrong was born.
acy in the assassination of President
John F. Kennedy; Lee Harvey Oswald 1908 - Henry Ford introduced the first
acted alone. mass-produced automobile on the
1998 - Mark McGwire hit his re- market—the Model T. Each car cost
cord-setting 69th and 70th home runs $825.
in the last game of the regular season. 1971 - Walt Disney World opened in
Orlando, Florida.
SEPTEMBER 28
Lauren Tara LaCapra was born. OCTOBER 2
Nia Casilla was born. 1950 - The "Peanuts" comic strip, by
Daniel Murphy was born. Charles M. Schultz, first appeared in
AJ Santiago was born. newspapers.
1967 - Thurgood Marshall was sworn
1920 - Eight Chicago White Sox play- in as the first black associate justice of
ers were indicted for fixing the 1919 the U.S. Supreme Court.
World Series in the "Black Sox scan-
dal." OCTOBER 3
Terence Boyle was born. On Saturday September 22, the 1968 graduating class
SEPTEMBER 29 Annette Lauritsch was born.
Sean and Alice Dalton were born. Mikey Reen was born. of St. Francis de Sales held their 50th reunion. Following
Sandon Karinsky was born. 5:30 Mass at the Church, where they remembered their fif-
1895 - French chemist Louis Pasteur teen deceased classmates, they retired to Jameson's Pub
died. 1863 - President Lincoln declared the for a collation. Many classmates came from far and wide,
1978 - John Paul I died one month af- last Thursday in November as Thanks- although many still resided in Rockaway. A good time was
ter becoming pope. giving Day.
1974 - Frank Robinson was named had by all and old acquaintances were renewed.
SEPTEMBER 30 the first African-American manager in
Alison Mingino was born. Major League Baseball.

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A Parade Fit for Poseidon
From a Ship of Fools to Eco Warriors to Magical, Mystical Uni-
corn Mermaids, the 4th Annual Poseidon’s Parade was another
one for the books. Dozens of groups, individuals and nautical
floats, marched down the boardwalk from Beach 106th to Beach
95th, to officially end the summer season.
Several entrants went home with prizes such as Healy’s Pub,
which took the award for Best Bar, and the Ship of Fools, which
took home Best Float for their monstrous, animated pirate ship.
We reached out to organizers for a full list of winners, but did not
receive it by press time. However, we did receive tons of photos!
So many that we couldn’t include all of them. However, there
will be another chance to show them off as Poseidon’s Parade
will be a category in next year’s Rockaway Times Photo Contest!
Congratulations to the organizers for once again putting on an
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POSEIDON PARADE
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CB14 BACK IN FULL and garbage. She urged others Parks Commissioner Mitchell Following public speaking,
SWING to call 311 so something can be Silver to address this. She also the Budget Committee spoke
Continued from Page 6 done about them. mentioned that the Playground briefly about some of CB14’s
Regina Johnson, who is trying will be holding a fall festival on budget items, many of which
ed through weekends in Septem- to open a new charter school October 13. are very old, as the city has no
ber to prevent such incidents. in Far Rockaway, Legacy Acad- JK Canepa spoke about an obligation to follow the sugges-
A representative from Queens emy, spoke briefly about why upcoming meeting on Offshore tions, but a new item has been
Law Associates spoke about she is opening the school and Wind Power. People can learn requested, to fund sand replen-
some of the services they offer, requested that others become about the project that could ishment from Beach 91st to
like representing low-income involved so that it is specifically be coming to Rockaway at 7:30 Beach 101st.
people charged with crime and geared towards students living p.m. on Thursday, September The Parks Committee re-
providing family legal services. in Far Rockaway. 27 at Peninsula Library. Another ported on the 10 Parks capital
Tracy Obolsky, owner of the A representative from Coun- woman named Lee then spoke project plans for Rockaway, as
Rockaway Beach Bakery, near cilman Richards’ office spoke about the ongoing fight against detailed in the September 20
Beach 87th Street and Rockaway about some upcoming events the Williams Pipeline and pro- edition of The Rockaway Times.
Beach Blvd., spoke about the like the Bayswater Fall Festival, vided some updates such as re- Representatives from Parks
horrendous, unsafe traffic condi- happening from 12 p.m. to 3 cent pipeline accidents and po- said that most of the amend-
tions that have occurred in front p.m. on October 14, and the up- litical staffers that are involved ments requested for the plans,
of her store, due to ongoing con- coming Rockaway Beats Cancer with Williams. Updates can be can be done without issue, and
struction. She told the Board that Walk with the Arverne Cancer found by following Sane Energy they provided an updated that
the work has been on hiatus for Support Group on October 20. Project on social media. a study has already been done
several weeks and it is severely Plus Richards’ office will be Rick Horan spoke about the and additional lighting can be
impacting her and other busi- holding classes on how to be- inaugural season of the Com- added to some Parks projects
nesses. come a 501c3 group and grant munity Boathouse’s kayaking that were requested to have
Anna Palmer, who lives near writing seminars. For more program at Beach 88th, and the more lighting. All of the projects
Seagirt Ave., spoke about sev- information, his office can be new Parks design for the park. were voted on the by the Com-
eral lots being used as dumping reached at 718-471-7014. He suggested that the temporary munity Board, with most pass-
grounds in the area, and noth- Florence Ferguson spoke kayak storage facilities that are ing unanimously. The last pro-
ing being done because they are about some of the new Beach currently being used, be incor- ject, the Beach 88th Bay Breezy
private properties. Another res- 59th Playground design and the porated into the new plan to store Park and kayak launch, needs to
ident who lives on Beach 43rd desire to keep the fence height people’s personal kayaks for a be reworked and will be voted
also spoke about lots being ne- the same as it is currently. She fee, which will be used to fund a on at the next CB14 meeting in
glected and overrun with weeds said a letter has been written to future bathroom for the park. October.

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MEET LIME BIKE BRAND
AMBASSADOR DANIEL CAMACHO
By Kami-Leigh Agard age of the bikes, safe riding and
parking behavior, but through
They are bright green, parked Lime’s GPS app, to locate the
in various spots across the pen- bikes, and remove them from
insula, and while some locals places where they shouldn’t be
brand them as a fluorescent parked. He also makes sure the
nuisance, for others, they have batteries are working, the bikes
become a precious commodity are in good condition, and if a
for speedy commuting. How- problem appears to be too tech-
ever, these dockless LimeBikes nical for them to solve, he brings
serve up more than that, as they it up to Lime’s technical opera-
also serve as a source of income tions department.
and learning for local youth. The Camacho said he started with
Rockaway Times (RT) had the Lime as a volunteer with the
pleasure of chatting with one of Rockaway Waterfront Alliance
these young people, Daniel Ca- (RWA). “When I first saw the
macho, after observing him and LimeBikes in Rockaway this past
his crew on the street stooped in July, I was intrigued. It was so in- working experience for a posi- Camacho said in 2017, he
front one of the bikes, fixing it. teresting to me that you can just tive cause — protecting and im- was awarded a specific role to
Camacho, aged 17, born and pull out your phone, scan a bar- proving our local environment boost the RWA’s social media
raised in Rockaway, is a senior code and climb on a bike,” he with activities like beach clean- presence amongst youth, to get
at Channel View School for Re- said. ups, beach plantings, education them involved in helping the
search (CVSR), and works for Camacho said he has been a on ocean surges, and why our environment. He remarked,
Lime as a Brand Ambassador. volunteer with the RWA since local dunes are constantly being “People my age prefer Insta-
When approached by the RT, he the summer of 2015. “I was an depleted of sand. I really care gram because we like some-
said that he and his team were active member of CVSR’s envi- about protecting our environ- thing quick and simple. The
swapping out a battery. Cama- ronmental club, and our advisor ment, and have learned how we downside is that so much fake
cho then shared that his role as told us about RWA’s Shore Corps mess it up, without actually be- news is spread, but I guess we
Lime’s Rockaway Brand Ambas- Program. The RWA has given so ing aware of what our actions are just have to be smart, and fig-
sador, is not just to promote us- many students such as myself a causing,” he said. Continued on page 17

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MEET LOCAL CVSR app showing us the bikes are zimirov said, “We plan to keep
Continued from Page 16 parked in people’s garages, in the bikes here as long as the
ure out what is fact from fic- the sand, in the middle of the weather permits. We are a pilot
tion.” street or sidewalk; the craziest program with the Department
Then this past summer, Lime was one that was hung from a of Transportation, so we are
was tabling at a RWA event, and tree. It takes a lot of upper body hoping to keep the bikes here,
Camacho said he was immedi- strength to do that.” however, of course our riders’
ately hooked. “Bike-sharing re- To make his job a bit easier safety is the priority, and in the
duces carbon emissions, with Camacho hopes to make rid- meantime, we just want people
the added boost of exercise. The ers familiar with some Dos and to enjoy them.”
Lime app shows you how many Don’ts, on where not to park a As for Camacho, who has
miles you’ve ridden and calo- Lime bike: Do not park a Lime- aspirations to pursue a de-
ries burned. It’s great. Also, it’s Bike in front of a car, in your ga- gree in computer science, he
quick transportation for people rage, on the street, in the sand, shared that working for Lime
going to and from the ferry, or in the bike lane on the board- Brand Ambassador was an easy has been a positive experi-
the nearest subway or bus for walk, in your building’s park- decision. We started promoting ence. “I’ve always been inter-
transportation to work. For me, ing lot, on school grounds, and Lime with local organizations ested in computers and tech-
it’s a no brainer.” of course, do not hang it from a like the RWA and the Rockaway nology, curious about how a
Camacho said after express- tree. Also, bike helmets are only Youth Task Force because we giant brick machine evolved
ing interest in working for Lime, required for children 13 years wanted to form alliances with into something you could now
he took a mandatory Mechan- and under, but of course, are the community and its stake- just slip in your pocket. Work-
ics 101 class with the company. encouraged for anyone while holders. The youth here have ing with Lime has blessed me
“In the class, we learned how riding the bike, especially the expressed so much interest in with invaluable experience,
to fix the brakes, how to swap electric-assisted Lime Bikes, bike-sharing, and its positive and I keep learning more and
the batteries, tools we would which can go up to 15 miles per impact on the environment. more about the technology.
need, and how to use the app hour. Also, as a pilot program, we Plus with the added bonus of
to locate the bikes and what ar- Gil Kazimirov, Lime’s NYC get to learn the concerns of the helping the environment and
eas we need to place them,” he General Manager, said when community, what is actually learning about other areas of
said. he met Camacho and learned needed, and what we need to the peninsula I had never been
When asked, what are the about his interests and pas- improve,” Kazimirov said. to, because of Lime I’ve been
most bizarre places, he’s seen sion for the environment and When asked what Lime plans exposed to and learned a lot
LimeBikes parked, Cama- technology, he hired him im- to do as the weather gets colder, about not just technology, but
cho laughed. “Besides the mediately. “Hiring Daniel as a and snow is on the horizon, Ka- Rockaway,” Camacho said.

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Lic. Associate Brokers: Barbara Ferguson • Nia Casilla
Lic. RE Agents: Ariana David • Colleen Brady • Jenny Dantone
417 Beach 129th St • (718) 634-3134 • Mon-Sat 10am-6pm

AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE
NEPONSIT NEPONSIT NEPONSIT
Selling Fully Furnished Beach Block 60’x100’ Waterfront - 60’x100’
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consisting of just 12 residences. FLR, fireplace, den, grand FDR, gourment granite kitchen with
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for 7, ocean views, in-ground Spacious BR’s and huge ocean parking, garage and full finished
pool & Jacuzzi. $2,900,000 view terrace. $2,199,000 basement. $1,950,000

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ROCKAWAY PARK ARVERNE NEW TO MARKET
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elevators. $449,000 $365,000 to sell. $249,000

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The Rockaprop Team

AVAILABLE PROPERTIES FOR SALE
NEW TO MARKET BELLE HARBOR ROCKAWAY PARK
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$999,000 $995,000

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sliders leading out to a spectaular plantings of aromatic lavender incredible master suite with it's
and spacious oceanfront balcony, and sweet basil straight from own private terrace. Living space
storage room and private parking. your garden to your organic table! offers skylights, HW floors and
$845,000 Private parking. $799,000 private parking. $799,000

ROCKAWAY PARK NEW TO MARKET ROCKAWAY BEACH
Legal 2 Money Maker Belle Harbor Legal 2 Beach Block Condo
Just two short blocks from the The main floor has 2BR's, a fully Spacious 3BR duplex with HW
boardwalk and beach. 3 BR, 2 tiled bath and a fenced in yard floors, large master suite with
bath, over 2BR, 2 bath, over a with deck. One BR rental has amazing ocean views. Stunning
bonus 1 bedrom apartment. private deck and bay views. curb appeal, comes with private
Private parking! $729,000 Simple conversion to a one terrace and deeded parking spot.
family! Parking for 3! $725,000 $675,000

BELLE HARBOR BELLE HARBOR ROCKAWAY PARK
Price Reduced! Prime LocationE D Price Just Reduced!
Deceivingly spacious 4BR's, light PT
filled vestibule, open LR/DR This beautiful 2ndC C Efloor Coop Move right into this immaculate
room with gleaming HW floors has 2 bedroomsR A and 1 newly
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and a comfortable eat in kitchen. indoorO Fparking spot in the today for your private viewing.
Large deck with outdoor shower garage is included. $399,000 $299,000
and full size attic. $649,000
     Rentals           Rentals           Rentals     
138th: Beach block 4BR, 3.5BA fully renovated duplex townhome (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,500 98th: Renovated beach block 3BR, 2BA apt with master bedroom suite (NC) . . . . . . . . . . .$2,400

138th: Beach block renovated 4BR, 2BA duplex townhome (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,350 61st: Spacious beach block 3BR, 2BA condo unit with backyard, terraces and parking (BF) . .$2,400

129th: Gorgeous 4BR, 2BA home with front porch, yard, deck and outdoor shower (LJ) . . . .$4,000 118th: Spacious 2BR, 1BA beach block apt with 2 private entrances, parking and office (CB) $2,400

140th: Belle Harbor 3BR, 2.5BA house rental with large backyard (AD) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,000 102nd: High end luxury finish 2BR, 2BA condo unit with balcony and garage parking (BF) . .$2,300

123rd: 4BR, 2B duplex apt with balcony, private driveway and yard (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,400 ABTS: Spacious 2BR, 1BA layout with rooftop terrace, laundry and parking passes (NC) . . . .$2,100

141st: 3BR, 3BA fully furnished house rental with terrace, garage and parking (LJ) . . . . . . .$3,200 79th: 2BR, 1BA condo with terrace in double elevator building with laundry (NC) . . . . . . . .$1,950

137th: 3BR, 2BA house rental with open dining/living room, HW floors and den (AD) . . . . .$3,000 110th: Beach block 2Br, 1BA 2nd floor apt with HW floors (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,900

91st: Fully furnished 2BR, 2BA condo unit with balcony and ocean views (NC). . . . . . . . . . .$2,685 102nd: 2BR, 1BA open floor plan apt with ocean view terrace and HW floors (BF) . . . . . . . .$1,675

117th: Penthouse 2BR, 2BA apartment with HW floors in luxury building (BF) . . . . . . . . . . $2,600 124th: 1BR, 1BA 3rd floor apt with Stainless Steel appliances, HW floors (JD) . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,500

134th: Seasonal 2BR, 1BA rental, one block to the beach with huge terrace (BF) . . . . . . . . $2,500 139th: 1BR, 1BA co-op with huge terrace and parking. Must apply for board approval. (JD). .$1,500

     Rentals           Condos and Co-Ops           Rentals     
100th: Oceanfront penthouse duplex 3BR, 2.5BA condo with balcony and parking (LJ) . .$845,000 121st: 2BR, 2BA oceanfront co-op with private terrace (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$365,000

101st: 3BR, 2.5BA duplex condo with terrace and parking (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$799,000 121st: 2BR, 1BA co-op with private terrace and HW floors (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$299,000
92nd: 3BR, 2BA duplex condo with ocean view terrace (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$675,000
123rd: 1BR, 1BA co-op with Manhattan views, parking available (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$270,000
101st: Walk in duplex condo, 2BR, 2.5BA with HW floors, laundry and parking (LJ) . . . . . .$499,000
80th: Large 2BR, 2.5BA condo with low maintenance and terrace (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$269,000
99th: Brand new 3BR, 2BA condo with HW floors, outdoor space, gated parking (NC) . . .$439,000
121st: 2BR, 1BA co-op with HW floors, ocean views and parking (NC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$249,000
121st: 2R, 1BA co-op gut renovation with views from terrace (BF) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$425,000

128th: Belle Harbor second floor 2BR, 1BA co-op with parking spot (CB) . . . . . . . . . . . .$399,000 121st: 1BR, 1BA co-op with HW floors, updated kitchen and bath (NC). . . . . . . . . . . . . .$234,900

99th: Brand new 2BR, 2BA condo with outdoor space, gated parking and HW floors (NC) . $389,000 123rd: Top floor studio co-op with gorgeous views of bay and city skyline (NC/JD) . . . . .$189,000
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agnosing those with PAF Zio, an FDA approved EKG
and AF to reduce the risk of recording device. It is a wa-

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stroke. The study was huge, terproof, single-use adhe-
involving over 50,000 volun- sive pad that sticks to the
teers with an average age of skin and records the EKG for
73 who were not diagnosed up to two weeks. There are
By Peter Galvin, MD with AF. They wore a device no wires or electrodes. Once
that continuously monitored the recording period is over,
their EKG and heart rhythm the pad is removed and the

Atrial Fibrillation for two weeks. Not surpris-
ingly, the study found that
many of them had AF and
heart rhythm is examined by
the cardiologist. What a neat,
clean way to diagnose heart
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is clot can be ejected out into didn’t know it. What is fasci- rhythm disorders.
by far the most common dis- the bloodstream where it of- nating to me is not the results If you are over 55 and have
order of the rhythm of the ten lodges in the brain. This of the study, which found had a stroke, heart failure,
heart. The lifetime risk of is why most people with AF pretty much the results that hypertension, diabetes,
developing it is about 37 per- must be on lifetime antico- were expected, but the way sleep apnea, heart disease,
cent for those over 55 years agulation, so clots cannot the results were obtained. emphysema, obesity, or
of age. The biggest risk from form. Those at the highest Until recently, continuous- chronic kidney disease (all
AF is developing a stroke risk for stroke are those who ly recording a person’s EKG risk factors for AF), and you
from a blood clot from the have paroxysmal AF (PAF). required wearing a bulky re- have not been diagnosed
heart. The clot forms in the In PAF, the heart goes in and corder with wires and elec- with AF, get to your doctor
corners of the upper heart out of AF. People with PAF trodes. The recording device or cardiologist to have your
chamber, or the atrium, be- often don’t realize they have was similar to a Sony Walk- risk of AF evaluated and, if
cause in AF this chamber it because often there are man (remember those?!) found, treated. Stroke may
does not contract, or beat. no symptoms. In addition, and, because of the elec- often be the first sign of un-
It just vibrates, or fibrillates, those with PAF often will trodes, the wearer could not treated AF.
allowing blood in the cham- not be in AF when they have bathe or shower. Other, new-
ber to form a clot. If the atri- an EKG, so the condition is er devices like event moni- Please direct questions and
um goes back into normal not discovered, until it is too tors have been developed but comments to editor@rocka-
rhythm and contracts, this late. the device this study used is a waytimes.com
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Honoring Grief
comes up, but being there be- others come for the spiritual cherish the inevitable chang-
comes a sanctuary. As yoga part. There is something for es we face. Guide us in cere-
teachers, we hold space for everyone, but I believe the mony and celebration when
our students, perhaps never most important part is that our time comes. Teach us to
fully understanding what they we are all there for one anoth- honor the young ones when
are going through unless they er. So many stories have come their bodies and minds shift
Each day brings a forth a share their stories. through our doors at Ocean and mature. Show us how to
new thought, subject, theme On this one particular Sun- Bliss Yoga and we are simply midwife the elders and the
in our lives. Waking up can day, I am aware of one of my there to support and honor sick across the bridge and
be blissful, and at other times student’s losing her beautiful each person’s path through into the next dimension. Hold
rather difficult, depending on mother, who lived a wonder- compassion and support. Lis- us close to you when we must
your current situation. Yes- ful, long life, full of love and tening and being present to leave old ways behind to em-
terday, I wanted to write all happiness. She is very sad the person in front of you is brace what is next for us. Re-
about gratitude and how it and I too feel her pain and important. You will miss the mind us that change is not to
promotes a feeling of joy and anguish of loss of her first opportunity to hold space for be feared, but cradled in rec-
happiness. Waking up every love. I can only offer my hugs, that person if you don’t take ognition. Surround us in your
day to simply say, thank you. words of compassion and a the time to be aware. warmth and light and usher
It’s a nice way to start the day. balanced class. The following is what I read us into our new stages as pre-
But then I opened my book On this day, I choose to at the end of my classes this cious children of the Earth,
of poems on this day to “Hon- go very slow and deliber- week as we transitioned into who never stop growing and
oring Grief ” by Pixie Light- ate. There are many different autumn. “Honoring Rites of do so because you inspire us
horse. I have never been able levels, but we are here today Passage” by Pixie Lighthorse: to rise.”
to read this in class because for the healing of one’s soul. “We are spilling over with Grief is a process. Allow-
it is much too powerful for Loss can be paralyzing and so gratitude today for divine ing, sitting with it, letting go,
those people grieving for frightening. In the past week, support and presence in our holding space—all part of the
the loss of their loved ones. there has been much loss and lives. We need your energy to process.
Teaching yoga can be fragile I am aware and feel sad. Many move through our transitions. May you be Happy, May you
and sensitive, however, on people come to their mats We need creativity and moti- be Healthy, May you be Free
the mat is where you can feel to find peace and solace for vation to find the healers who of Suffering and May you live
safe and comfortable. In still- themselves. Others come for can help us honor ourselves with Ease.
ness and silence, everything the physical aspect and yet when we change. Help us to

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highly vulnerable to severe the Mayor a clear and concise
and massive wave inundation message:
during the next severe weath- 1. The Rockaway peninsula
er event. urgently needs sand on our
Obviously, if you’re from beaches to stop erosion of our
Rockaway and reading this, protective dunes, currently
I’m preaching to the choir. our only line of protection be-
I know this. We know this. tween our homes and the sea.
Mitchell Silver knows this! 2. We absolutely cannot wait
As much as I’m not a huge for 2020 for the Army Corps'
fan of NYC Mayor Bill de Rockaway Reformulation Plan
RALLY WITH US FOR Blasio, I believe he does not
know this!
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3. Operating businesses ad-

BEACH PROTECTION
I honestly believe he has not jacent to any closed beach is a
been given clear and concise financial death sentence and
information of how vulner- Rockaway businesses can-
Four months ago, NYC Parks By closing the beaches of able we now stand with the not withstand another year
Commissioner Mitchell Silver Rockaway Beach, the Com- continued destruction of our of New York City’s gross and
closed multiple beaches in missioner, thankfully, has poorly planned dune “protec- negligent inaction to remedy
Rockaway Beach due to severe clearly acknowledged, on be- tion!” I also believe the May- the beach closures.
erosion. half of the City of New York, or is being shielded from the 4. Waves at high tide are
He cited concern for the that the protection, which devastating effects the beach more damaging to dunes than
difficulties NYC Lifeguards was recommended in New closures have had on all of the stray beachgoer.
would have keeping these York City’s SIRR (Special In- our commercial establish- 5. We cannot waste another
beaches safe for swimming. itiative for Recovery and Re- ments, not to mention, our four months.
Commissioner Silver also building), has been a com- cultural way of urban beach 6. The Rockaway peninsula
voiced his concerns that lim- plete and utter failure. This life, which is so uniquely urgently needs sand on our
ited recreational beach space massive failure by the City of Rockaway! beaches to stop erosion of our
would lead to sunbathers and New York has left the neigh- On Sunday, October 7 at 12 protective dunes, currently
beachgoers migrating onto borhoods of Far Rockaway, noon, the Rockaway Beach our only line of protection be-
what is left of the already se- Edgemere, Arverne, Rocka- Civic Association will hold a tween our homes and the sea.
verely damaged protective way Beach, Rockaway Park, press conference on the steps I hope everyone will join us
sacrificial dune. Belle Harbor and Neponsit all of New York City Hall, to give on the steps of City Hall.

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of Pupil Transportation (OPT) in a row, Lystra’s mom asked
to provide authorized parents the driver for her cell number

Life With Our
and school officials with access to stay in touch. The driver re-
to the real-time GPS location of fused, so the worried mom put
a child’s bus via an app. Also, a GPS tracker app on the kinder-
they are demanding that “OPT gartner’s cell phone.”

“Artistic” Child be required to retain and dis-
close bus data at the request of
a parent, because unfortunate-
ly, we believe that parents are
Many moons ago, when I was
at the time working in Manhat-
tan, and DOE ludicrously de-
cided to place my daughter in a
sometimes not taken seriously District 75 school in Bellerose,
when they complain,” stated the Queens (after I toured and re-
By Kami-Leigh Agard law firm’s September 21, 2018 quested what I considered top
blog post, “It’s Time for a School notch special education pro-
Why OPT Direly Needs A Bus Tracking App.”
I am wholeheartedly — hook,
line and sinker — on board with
grams in Rockaway), my grand-
mother phoned to inform me
that my daughter had not ar-
School Bus Tracking App this legislation. In a Septem-
ber 15 article, The New York
rived from school. At this point,
she was an hour late. I explod-
After a hectic summer, for exact geographic location of Post told the story of five-year- ed, feeling guilty that I had not
many parents, the first day of where my non-verbal daughter old Lystra Liu being taken on a made my usual call that day to
school is gleefully anticipated, with autism is on the bus route. four-hour bus ride before being make sure she was home, as I
however, there is one bone of However, there is a solution — A dropped off at the wrong stop. was buried in work. I called the
contention that always seems School Bus Tracking App. According to the article, “Lystra school, they said as far as they
to mar our euphoria — school A member of Rockaway Beach was one of the legions of public knew, she was picked up on
bussing. From no-show to late Autism Families shared that the and private school kids whose time. I phoned the bus compa-
buses, buses that breakdown, Law Offices of Regina Skyer & parents flooded a city hotline ny, was put on hold, then got
buses that have no heat or Associates, a law firm that advo- with 76,223 complaints — 32 disconnected. Phoned again,
air-conditioning, our children cates, mediates, and litigates on percent more than the 57,575 got put on hold. At this point
arriving home hours late — behalf of children with special last year — about late or no- I was on the brink of bawling,
school buses have become the education needs, is advocating show school buses since class- cursing the universe, desperate
bane of our existence. And my for legislation to require the De- es started…After the bus failed
biggest fear? Not knowing the partment of Education’s Office to pick up Lystra two mornings Continued on page 27

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LIFE WITH OUR
ARTISTIC CHILD
to school, as why on earth are
they picking her up at 6:50
SPOTTED: Venice!
Continued from Page 26 a.m., when her school is just
15 minutes away, and starts
to know where in the hell was at 8 a.m. I refuse to put my
my pooh. Finally, I was abrupt- daughter through that aggra-
ly told that the bus had to stop vation.
because one of the students on A school bus tracking app
board attacked the matron and could help alleviate many par-
tried to climb out the window. ents’ worries, whether their
I asked where exactly was the child is special needs or not. I
bus. The bus company just said, was gratified to learn that Dis-
“We are doing the best we can trict 32 City Councilman Eric
to mitigate the situation.” Miti- Ulrich is on board with this
gate? Where is she? I don’t want legislation. The proposal, Intro.
to hear about mitigation. I want 1099-2018, is now a live bill that
my daughter home! the NYC Council’s Committee
Thankfully, she got home a on Education is expected to
whopping three hours later. take up this fall.
However, as she was and still is According to Skyer & Asso-
nonverbal, I have no idea what ciates, the two most important
happened that day, and now things you can do right now are:
each time she boards a school 1. Contact your City Council
bus, I wonder the same thing. member. If they aren’t already
After that day, I now had the a co-sponsor, ask them to add
proper arsenal get her to trans- their name to the bill and com-
ferred to a school in Rocka- mit to vote in favor of it. And if
way, and by God’s grace, I was they already are a co-sponsor, John and Barbara Shannon, last seen at Ryan’s Bar on Ave-
blessed with the opportunity thank them! nue L, have resurfaced in Venice, Italy of all places. While Italy
to work locally, where I can be 2. Spread the word. Talk to is known for its art and overall beauty, it’s easy to see just how
a 15-minute drive away from other special needs families more colorful a place it is when Rockaway Times t-shirts are on
my daughter’s school. Since and let the school your child at- display. Sei bellissima!
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Facts You Probably Carmel (Mary Carmel) O’Sullivan, age 75, of Rockaway Park
NY, was called to the nearer presence of Our Lord on
September 20, 2018, in Woodmere NY. Carmel was a

Don’t Need beloved and devoted mother and grandmother. As the
owner and proprietor of the Kerry Hills Pub in Rockaway
for over 25 years, she was also a well-known and
Albatross spend the first six years on to become some of the most respected figure in her community.
of their life flying over the ocean successful individuals in the Carmel was born on February 9, 1943, in Caragh Lake,
without ever touching ground. world, founding companies like County Kerry, Ireland. She was the third of nine children,
Tesla, YouTube, Space X, Linke- and the eldest daughter, of Kathleen (Dwyer) and James
During his prime, "Iron" Mike din, and many more. Foley.
Tyson had a ridiculous workout
She emigrated to the United States in 1963, and married
regimen. Starting with a 5-mile The liver is the only internal hu-
jog at 4 a.m., he did 2000 sit Joseph Clifford in 1964. Living in the Washington Heights
man organ capable of natural tis- neighborhood of New York City and then Yonkers NY,
ups, 500 push ups, 500 dips, 500 sue regeneration. As little as 25%
shrugs and 30 minutes of neck Carmel and Joe raised four children before Joe’s passing
of it can actually regenerate into in 1987. After remarrying in 1990, Carmel moved to
bridges daily, six days a week. a whole liver. Rockaway Park NY, which she called home for the rest of her life.
A Chinese art collector used his Carmel loved America (becoming a citizen in 1973), she loved Rockaway, and she loved the Kerry
In 1986, nuclear submarine Hills Pub, where she never tired of working to create an atmosphere of “failte” (Irish for
American Express credit card to K-219 sank in 18,000 feet of wa-
pay $170 million for a painting “welcome”) for her friends and patrons. Her cooking and hospitality for events like the
ter because of a missile silo leak. Rockaway St. Patrick’s Day Parade were legendary. It was common for customers to say that
and said he'll use the points so
When it was found two years lat- she was “like a mother to me.”
his family can travel free for life.
er, the missile doors were forced But her greatest joy was being called “Nana,” and her greatest devotion was to her
open and the nuclear missiles it grandchildren, Grace, Bennett, and Caitlin Clifford, who will always treasure the generous
In the ancient city of Alexandria,
carried were gone. amounts of time that she spent caring for them, from their infancy into their teens and young
all ships had to surrender their
books. Owners received a copy adulthood.
and the originals were kept in the In Ancient Greece, it was con-
Carmel is survived by her children Patrick Clifford and his wife Jane of Pittstown NJ, James
Library of Alexandria. sidered rude not to offer guests Clifford of Rockaway Park NY, Kevin Clifford of Yonkers NY, and Bernadette Clifford of Long
a bath or to clean their clothes Beach NY; her grandchildren Grace, Bennett, and Caitlin Clifford; and her brothers and sisters
For years, Johnny Depp dished upon arrival. Johnny Foley, Jimmy Foley, Nuala (Foley) Corkery, Agnes (Foley) O’Riordan, and Gerard Foley. She
out hundreds of thousands of joins in eternal light her first husband, Joseph; and her brothers and sister Patrick (“Patsy”)
dollars to a tech company who There is a road less traveled in Foley, Kathleen (Foley) Breen, and Joseph Foley.
fed him his lines through an ear- France called Passage du Gois Calling hours will be held from 2-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26 and
piece so he did not have to mem- that can only be used for a few Thursday, September 27, at Denis S. O'Connor Funeral Home, 91-05 Beach Channel Dr., Rockaway
orize them. Genius level laziness. hours each day before it disap- Beach NY 11693.
pears under 13 ft of high tide.
A Funeral Mass will be offered at 10 a.m. on Friday, September 28, 2018, at St. Camillus Church,
The PayPal Mafia, made up of the 99-15 Rockaway Beach Blvd., Rockaway Park NY 11694.
original group of PayPal founders Facts from Sean McVeigh, factolo-
Interment to follow at St. Joseph’s Cemetery in Yonkers NY.
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ROCKAWAY GOOD TIMES
By Kami-Leigh Agard favorite Dead anthems. mouthwateringly delicious brunch menu — Simon Char-
88-22 Rockaway Beach Blvd. corned beef on the menu, plus diet on guitar, Billy Johnson
Who cares if Labor Day is your favorite Irish tunes and on bass and Mike Severino on
long gone? The heat is still on Saturday, September 29 those decadently satisfying Bai- drums — get ready for a jazzi-
and so is the Rockaway Groan. 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. ley's pudding shots — this will fied feast!
There’s still so much to enjoy It’s that time again! Get ready be an evening of rollickin’ fun! 87-10 Rockaway Beach Blvd.
as local hotspots are still hop- to shuck, slurp and toast at the Cover charge is $10 at the door.
ping with fabulous live mu- 4th Annual Rockaway Oyster Proceeds benefit the BCVFD. OTHER ART NEWS
sic, theater and arts. So stick Festival. This year the Oyster 1802 Cross Bay Blvd. Saturday, September 29
around, there’s still a lot to do Fest is being held at Rustwoods, 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
on the Rock! and with Indaculture on board, Saturday, September 29 The Rockaway Artists Al-
get ready for an afternoon of 9 p.m. liance hosts Water Media -
LIVE MUSIC: booty bumpin’ fun — Rocka- Tonight, board this time ma- Mixed Media, a free lecture/
Thursday, September 27 way style! Two types of oysters chine as four-piece acoustic demo on exploring the vast
7:30 p.m. — Blue Point and Peconic Gold traditional Irish music band, potential of golden gels, me-
If classic rock n’ roll, folk, Oysters served. Presented by The Brooklyn Bards, transports diums, pastes and pigment. All
pop and alternative beats are Stella Artois and Jet Blue. Must you to the Emerald Isle with their participants receive a free pack-
on your playlist, well come be 21 and over. $40 at the door. folk songs dating back hundreds et of GOLDEN samples. This lec-
down to Thai Rock and hear 97-02 Rockaway Blvd. of years ago to the present. If ture/demo will also help to de-
it live with The Spencer David classic and contemporary Irish mystify pigments, and introduce
Group as they belt out all your Saturday, September 29 war marches, slides, rebel and a wide range of techniques that
favorite rock covers plus origi- 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. love songs endear your heart, they can be used for in tradition-
nal material. Grab your best buds, and leanúint do chroí and toast, al painting, as well as printing,
375 Beach 92nd Street head to Rogers this afternoon sláinte at Rogers! collage and mixed media. For
for a classic rock feast with Mike 203 Beach 116th Street more info, contact Lee Lindgren
Friday, September 28 & Miley, playing your favorites at 917-373-1897.
5 p.m. from the 60s and 70s. And with Saturday, September 29 sTudio 7 Gallery, Fort Tilden
Kick off the weekend right plenty of good pints on tap, 9 p.m.
with locals' favorite, Billy Cam- you’ll be toasting the afternoon What’s better than BBQ and Saturdays & Sundays -
pion of the Bogmen singing at away! country tunes? RBQ’s has got September 29 thru October 7
The Wharf. Enjoy the sunset 203 Beach 116th Street you covered with Jeff Conlon 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
views and take in the tunes. on guitar, performing your fa- The Rockaway Artists Alliance
416 Beach 116th Street Saturday, September 29 vorite country, folk and classic (RAA) presents 2D/3D A Dual
5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. rock tunes that will have you Art Exhibition by artists Joseph
Friday, September 28 Yes, you ready this correctly. singing along in between bites Milazzo and Feb. These two NYC
6 p.m. to 9 p.m. It’s St. Rippers Day at the Beach of babyback ribs. artists tease alternate dimension
Don’t be a fool and not kick off 86th Concession on the board- 97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd. in various mediums. Milazzo’s
your beautiful summer week- walk. And with an always sat- focus is on the canvas, and his
end with Fools Night Out at isfying entertainment lineup Sunday, September 30 approach craftily balances re-
Caracas. This bluesy band will on the menu, get ready to be 5 p.m. alism against a more personal,
have you groovin’ and movin’ to wowed as you munch on your The party continues at Rog- illustrative style. Feb, an estab-
your favorite classic rock, coun- favorite Rippers burger, drink ers, and what better place to lished designer, sculptor and
try, R&B, and more! and of course — dance! wind down your weekend. aerosol artist, turns two-dimen-
Caracas, Beach 106th Conces- Rippers, Beach 86th Street Local singer-songwriter Ger- sional typography into three-di-
sion Concession ald Bair will take you on a mensional letterforms.
spellbinding journey with sTudio 6 Gallery, Fort Tilden
Friday, September 28 Saturday, September 29 his powerful voice and mys-
7:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. tic storytelling. With origi- Theater in Rockaway (Yes,
The Brewery serves up a spe- This evening, vocalist, Pame- nal songs including, “Driving Rockaway has its own theater
cial treat with The BEasy Band la Nardi, with guitarist/vocal- Down From Rockaway,” “This company!)
tonight. If folk, meets gyspy, ist, Steve Athanail, will capti- Changed Everything,” and Tickets for Rockaway Theatre
meets soul, meets jazz is your vatingly bathe you with their beautiful renditions of classics Company’s grand production
flavor, The BEasy Band will have one-of-a-kind jazz, standards, ranging from Buddy Holly to of the Arthur Miller classic, A
you enraptured with their fu- Broadway, Motown, pop, and Springsteen to U2 — by the end View From the Bridge, directed
sion of ‘BEasy’ sounds. rock renditions. So float into of the night, you’ll be on your by Frank Caiati, are up for sale.
415 Beach 72nd Street Kennedy’s, and be prepared to feet encoring for more ‘Bair!’ Show dates are September 28,
be moved by their sultry tunes. 203 Beach 116th Street 29, 30 and October 5, 6 at 8 p.m,
Friday, September 28 406 Bayside Walk and September 23, 30 and Oc-
9 p.m. Sundays tober 7 at 2 p.m. Visit: www.
Deadheads, make a beeline to Saturday, September 29 12 noon to 3 p.m. rockawaytheatrecompany.org
Epstein’s Beach for a wild night 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. What goes better with Rock-
of live vintage Grateful Dead Join the Broad Channel Vol- away Beach Bakery’s yummy Got info on live music and
with the Rainbow Spirals. This unteer Fire Dept. for their 1/2 ham and cheese everything art exhibitions coming up in
ingenuous collective of NYC Way To St. Paddy's Day Party at croissant than a large, steamy Rockaway and Broad Channel?
musicians will put you into a the legendary Grassy Point Bar cup of jazz? Well with Rocka- Send it to kami@rockaway-
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THE LITERARY CHICK
Wide Sargasso Sea
By Marilyn Macron, Esq., er. From the beginning, Antoinette the money bequeathed to Antoi- ceived from
a.k.a., Maria Cowhey is unsure of who she is. As white nette by her stepfather. They wed, a man who
Creoles, they are rejected by both and at first the match seems suc- may or may
The following is a review of novel, the English and the Blacks, who cessful. Rochester breaks down An- not be Antoi-
The Wide Sargasso Sea, by Domini- call them “white cockroaches.” As toinette’s reserve through affection nette’s brother
ca-born British author Jean Rhys. women, they lack status or agency. and physical passion. Antoinette by her father
Reader, he drove me mad. After the Emancipation Act frees responds, opening herself to expe- and one of his
Truth can lie between two differ- the slaves, Antoinette’s slavehold- rience a happiness her childhood slaves. The letter warns Rochester
ent realities. ing family, once wealthy, becomes had trained her to never expect. he was tricked into marrying a de-
In Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, destitute. Yet Rochester has a nagging dis- generate girl with a family history of
Mr. Rochester's plans to marry Jane Antoinette’s mother pursues the trust of his exotic Creole wife, and madness. These allegations prey on
are frustrated by the revelation that only option she believes is open to antipathy for Dominica. Rochester’s insecurities and cause
the long-suffering man is already her, and marries a rich white carpet- Geography becomes a proxy for him to abruptly reject Antoinette.
married and in fact, his mad wife is bagger, Mr. Mason. Mason decides the perceptions and mispercep- Her fragile sense of identity shaken
locked in the attic. But what is her to replace the family’s remaining tions of the spouses. Neither view and desperate to win back her hus-
story? And if she is 'mad,' how did servants with Eastern coolie work- the home of the other as “real.” An- band’s affection, Antoinette resorts
she get that way? ers. The staff overhears, however, toinette sees England as cold and to means which unintentionally
The wife is Bertha Antoinette and they set fire to the home, Cou- dark; in her eyes, Dominica is lush, goad Rochester into acting on his
Mason Rochester, nee Cosway; she libri, resulting in the death of Antoi- beautiful and fragrant. Rochester worst impulses. The rift between
prefers Antoinette. Rhys is master- nette’s brother and leading to her views Dominica as ominous and them devolves into a chasm leading
ful at showing the descent of An- mother’s emotional devastation. threatening, as if he were about to be to her own undoing.
tionette's life and mind, as well as Mr. Mason abandons his mad devoured by a giant Venus flytrap. Rochester drags his broken wife
the gradual rise of Rochester's con- wife to abusive caretakers and And then there is the Sargasso to cold and dark England, where he
tempt and control of her. The evolu- sends Antoinette to convent school. Sea, a dead-wind oceanic mire that confines her to the attic, under the
tion of Antoinette’s voice from clari- It is his responsibility to identify a Dominica borders upon. For Antoi- care of servants paid for their dis-
ty to 'madness' is exquisite and sad. husband for her, however, and he nette, it’s a metaphor for her deep- cretion.
Like Rhys herself, Antoinette is of does. It’s an unnamed English gen- est fears. For Rochester, it is a physi- The Wide Sargasso Sea is a stun-
Creole descent. We meet her grow- tleman, though readers of Jane Eyre cal barrier between himself and his ning work of understanding and
ing up in Dominica with her wid- will recognize him as Mr. Rochester. beloved England. empathy - for all characters in the
owed mother and disabled broth- As a second son, Rochester needs Rochester receives a letter re- book.

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SFDS 2ND GRADE BOYS SOCCER RECAP
By Terence Moriarty bragging rights were on the line SFDS narrowly missed several
in Sunday’s matchup against the chances to tie the game up. Luke
The St. Francis de Sales second- boys from Blessed Trinity and Hernandez, John Petrie and Pat-
grade boys had another double the game certainly didn’t disap- rick McCrory-Twomey all played
dose of soccer games last week- point. The rainy weather seemed amazingly well and their play
end. The team was looking to to only add to the drama as the kept St. Francis in the game as
get back on the winning side of pregame handshakes and chat- Trinity mounted several attacks
things after losing their last game, ting between these familiar foes on net, only to come up emp-
but unfortunately came up short controlled the middle of the field ceased once the game started. ty handed. The player most re-
by losing one game and playing to with their stout play. The St. Francis team fell be- sponsible for keeping this game
a draw in their second match. The second half got off to a hot hind 1-0 early in the first half on close was St. Francis’ goalie, JW
The first game of the weekend start as St. Francis quickly got a nice goal from Blessed Trini- Youngberg. JW made several re-
was on Saturday, September 22 on the board with a good-look- ty’s Liam Grace. Falling behind markable saves in net and was
against a tough St. Patrick’s squad ing drive and goal by Brendan early in games seems to be the celebrated after the game by be-
at their home field on the Ft. Hayden, who scored his first goal MO for the SFDS team, as well ing picked up in the air by sev-
Hamilton Army Base. The Army of the season. St. Patrick’s ulti- as quickly scoring to even things eral of his teammates as all the
would have been proud of the fact mately took a 2-1 lead and was up and this game was no differ- boys (and their fans) cheered
that the defense was paramount able to keep the boys from SFDS ent. James Moriarty scored his him on. He certainly deserved
in this game, as the teams seemed off the scoreboard for the remain- third goal of the season and tied it! Wonderful defensive play by
to play most of the game in the der of the game despite the great the game at 1-1 by booting a free Cormac Powers, Greg Brenna
midfield area with few scoring play by Paul and Michael Pedone, kick over the heads of the Bless- and Matthew Miller also helped
chances for either team. First-half Owen Shaffer and Dylan Frontera. ed Trinity players and their goal- keep Blessed Trinity from scor-
goalie, William Kelly, was strong As usual for this team, there was ie, Matt Spylopulos, who played ing. Fortunately for St. Francis,
in the net, allowing only one goal no giving up and the game ended an extraordinary first half in they were able to tie the score up
from the opposition while stop- with lots of action in front of the goal. Johnny O’Brien put Bless- late in the game and the match
ping numerous shots on goal and St. Pat’s net. You had the feeling ed Trinity ahead 2-1 on a free ended in a 2-2 draw thanks to
creating breakouts for the SFDS that had there been a minute or kick of his own that managed the stellar goalie play of Bless-
team with his long throw outs to two more on the clock, this game to sneak through the St. Francis ed Trinity’s Nick Fede. Bragging
his teammates. Players such as would have turned out differently. line of defenders to put them up rights for this season will have to
Rafael Campos-Gatjens, Hen- The loss dropped the teams re- by a score of 2-1. be put on hold until these teams
ry Borgstede and Tommy Aiken cord to 2-2 for the season. The action was nonstop in the meet up again next month.
played a dominant first half and Classroom and neighborhood second half as the boys from
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mile over Lincoln MKZ 7,500, Lincoln MKC/Lincoln MKX 7,500 miles per year. Lessee responsible fore excess wear/tear/maint/
repair. Dealer not responsible for typographical errors photos used for illustrative purposes only. DCA#0806391, DMV#6240988.
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