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Riding the Wave with Mark Healey

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“Riding The Wave with Mark Healey” is the first-ever podcast to be produced by The Wave, Rockaway's Newspaper since 1893. Hosted by Mark Healey.

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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... more

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... more

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... more

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.... more

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... more

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... more

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... more

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