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Khaleel Anderson, 24, has been a community activist, a member of Community Board 14, and now this impressive young man from Far Rockaway wants to become the youngest Assembly Member in 20 years. He makes his case with Mark C. Healey, Editor In
Currently on the City Council, Donovan Richards tells Mark C. Healey, Editor In Chief of The Wave, Rockaway's newspaper since 1893, why he's the best person to serve Queens.
New York State Senator Joe Addabbo makes his case for a seventh term as he sits down with Mark C. Healey, Editor In Chief of The Wave, Rockaway's newspaper since 1893.
Breezy Point resident Tom Sullivan thinks he will do a better job than current NYS Senator Joe Addabbo, and stated his case with Mark C. Healey, Editor In Chief of The Wave, Rockaway's newspaper since 1893. 
Assemblywoman Stacey Pheffer Amato discusses her track record with Mark Healey, the Editor In Chief of The Wave, as she runs for re-election.
Joann Ariola sits down with Mark C. Healey, Editor In Chief of The Wave, Rockaway's newspaper since 1893, to state her case to be the next Queens Borough President .
The First Deputy Chancellor's job is to be the "connective tissue that links every school to the things that they need from our superintendents, executive superintendents, and central offices."  Donald Conyers is a Beach Channel graduate and th
Ocean Chief Lifeguard Janet Fash was the first female Chief Lifeguard in Rockaway over 40 years ago and has been a familiar face on Rockaways beaches ever since. As a tireless advocate of public safety, Fash has rescued countless individuals of
The Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center says it is opening of a By-Appointment Only walk-up COVID-19 Testing Site at its 1288 Central Avenue in Far Rockaway to help curb the spread of the deadly virus.  Dr. Miriam Vega, AHC CEO, will join T
Dr. Miriam Y. Vega, Ph.D., the Chief Executive Officer of The Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center and Dr. Veronica N. Wiltshire will join The Wave’s Mark C. Healey with the latest information and tips on how to deal with the COVID-19 crisis
Liz Crowley says she's a reformer who will fix Queens' problems.  The former Councilwoman says Queens deserves its “fair share” from the city and state, especially transportation, affordable housing and business investment.  She also spoke dir
Councilman Costa Constantinides says as Queens Borough President he will make the borough stronger, more equitable, and more resilient in the face of climate change. He says those issues should make him Rockaway's candidate. On March 11, he sa
Councilman Costa Constantinides says as Queens Borough President he will make the borough stronger, more equitable, and more resilient in the face of climate change. He says those issues should make him Rockaway's candidate. On March 11, he sa
With the last Queens Borough President now serving as Queens DA, crime fighter Jim Quinn now wants to be the next Queens Borough President. Quinn, a former prosecutor, was Senior Executive Assistant District Attorney in charge of the Trial Div
A registered Democrat running on the GOP ticket, defense attorney Joe Murray thinks he's a better choice for Queens District attorney than his Democrat opponent Melinda Katz.  He sat down with The Wave's Editor In Chief Mark C. Healey to discus
Returning to New York after its original debut in 2010, the celebrated Vans Joel Tudor Duct Tape Longboarding Series will traverse upon our shores here at Rockaway Beach on October 3-6. Celebrating surf craftsmanship, creativity and innovation
Singer-songwriter Walker Hornung is off to jam in jolly old England, but before he does, he stopped by The Wave’s HQ to sit down for an interview.  He plays a few of his new hits and talks about his process.  
Seth Caller is the head of Acquisitions, Leasing, and Sales for The Marcal Group. He'll join The Wave's Editor In Chief Mark C. Healey to discuss the One Sixteen project on Beach 116th Street and what it means for the peninsula's resurgence
Rockaway Beach resident John Roberts is the Coordinator of AmpSurf’s Rockaway Beach/Breezy Point Chapter.  AmpSurf's mission is to “promote, inspire, educate, and rehabilitate people with disabilities” via adaptive surfing, a sport that is
Betty Lugo, a former ADA in Nassau County, is also a founding member of Pacheco and Lugo, PLLC, the first Hispanic women-owned law firm in New York.  According to her website Lugo has “conducted trials, hearings, arbitrations, an appeals in com
Tiffan Cabán, a career public defender, wants to make sweeping restorative changes to the Queens District Attorney’s office, and has assumed  a decisive stance against the decriminalizing of poverty and mass incarceration. She sat down with Th
NYC Councilman Rory Lancman visited The Wave to discuss his candidacy for Queens DA. Though Lancman has never prosecuted a case, he chairs the Council's Justice System committee, and oversees the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, the distric
Former Queens prosecutor Mina Malik  is one of the more experienced candidates running for Queens DA. She's been on both sides of the criminal justice system, as a prosecutor with the Queens District Attorney’s office for 15 years, a defense i
Queens Borough President Melinda Katz is running for Queens DA, and says that more than piling up convictions, the job of a DA is to get justice for victims and defendants.  She stopped by The Wave to discuss her campaign. 
A lifelong Queens resident, Greg Lasak rose through the ranks at the District Attorney's office before being elected a Supreme Court Justice. Now he's running to be our DA to bring experience, integrity, and progressive principles to the office
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