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November 2012 News & Article Archives

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Warm Up to Fresh Oven Baked Bagels and Flagels on Long Island
Wednesday, November 28, 2012 - A warm and toasty bagel can make a great breakfast or lunch. On Long Island, there are some divine options. There are bagel shops that are family-run and that have been going at the bagel business for generations. Some have also created another generation of bagels called flagels – a ... by Wendy
 
Savings at Denny's, Picture People, Aeropostale and Others
Monday, November 26, 2012 - The holiday shopping season is officially here! Shopping malls and retail stores are getting busy with crowds of people. With only about four weeks remaining until Christmas , we’ll be sharing with you savings opportunities every week. This week, enjoy these savings: Disney ... by Wendy
 
Food Coming from Virginia Hits Long Island
Monday, November 26, 2012 - Since the storm of the millenium hit the shores of Long Island there has been an incredible outpouring of organizations helping with food, clothing, and even rebuilding homes. These massive Long Island relief events have made a tremendous difference in the livelihood of many who have lost a ... by James
 
Long Island Event for Hurrican Sandy Relief in Franklin Square
Monday, November 26, 2012 - One of the greatest showing of human perseverance is going on in Long Island after Superstorm Sandy came and went. Thousands of people went without power for weeks, without food for their families, and without shelter as their homes were completely destroyed or need extensive repairs they are ... by Cynthia
 
Preliminary Southern Zone hunting report
Friday, November 23, 2012 - Regular firearms season for deer and bear in New York's Southern Zone began this past Saturday, and for most hunters, the opening weekend i s a time not to be missed.  Roughly 85% of NY's 550,000 deer hunters participate at some point in the Southern Zone regular season, and over 90% ... by John
 
Holiday Sales Promote Home for the Holidays in Huntington
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - The holiday season is almost upon us with Black Friday in just a few days. The day after Thanksgiving is now known throughout the world as the biggest shopping day of the year with incredible deals on products that we do not need, but want so desperately to have. This holiday shopping season, ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Opera a Part of East End Arts' First Fridays Arts-in-Community Series
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - It is heartwarming to see life starting to get back to a sort of "normalcy" with many Long Island events happening during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. One of the events, a yearly spectacle of sight and sound is the East End Arts' "First Fridays Arts in Community" Series. The very first ... by Cynthia
 
Diner-Like Restaurant Additions to Long Island – Shake Shack and Biscuit & Barbeque
Monday, November 19, 2012 - If you’re one to love the feel of diners and its food, you’re in for a treat on Long Island. We bring to you two new additions that are sure to satisfy growling stomachs. Just earlier this month, Shake Shack made its way to Westbury . It’s the first one to open up on Long ... by Wendy
 
Black Friday Savings Start Earlier on Long Island
Monday, November 19, 2012 - Traditionally, Black Friday comes the day after Thanksgiving. This year, more retailers are opening up shop earlier. Some are opening as soon as a few hours after Thanksgiving dinner .  Are the deals really worth running out to the stores that quick? We offer some insight on what you ... by Wendy
 
Long Island Gas Stations Accused of Price Gouging by NY Attorney General
Friday, November 16, 2012 - It was only a matter of time before the Long Island gas crunch was taken up by the Attorney General's office. In Long Island there have been four different gas stations that are targeted by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office. They have been notified on Thursday that they had violated ... by Joseph
 
Island Harvest Partners with Panera Bread to Help Victims in Need with Holiday Feast
Friday, November 16, 2012 - There is nothing like the holliday season to spur up a lot of community goodwill. In a move towards filling the gap with local charities trying to help out families for Thanksgiving meals, Island Harvest has partnered with Panera Bread to help those hit hard by Hurricane Sandy and Long Islanders ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Applebee's Serve 'Thank You' Meals to Area Veterans
Thursday, November 15, 2012 - For the fourth consecutive year Long Island Applebee's have joined with others in the chain to say "Thank you" to our veterans and active duty servicemen and women. Even in the days after a devastating storm came ashore and accrued over $20 billion in damage, it is great to see that there is ... by James
 
National Grid Promotes Long Island Executive
Thursday, November 15, 2012 - Event amongst the trouble of getting the power restored to thousands of homes on Long Island, National Grid has seen it fit to promote a Long Island executive to lead its U.S. electric operations . Reuters is now reporting that John Bruckner, National Grid’s president of Long Island ... by Joseph
 
Local Alzheimer's Non-Profit Separates from National Alzheimer's Association
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - The debilitating disease of Alzheimer's is not selective about who it will strike. Millions of people today suffer through this horrible condition as their families are helpless to do anything. Since 1983 the Long Island chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association has cared for thousands of ... by Joseph
 
Meals Provided Throughout Long Island to Thousands
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - There is a glimmer of hope in the wake of the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and the destruction that Long Island suffered in her path. While we are now two weeks after the fact of the storm, it still seems like time has stood still for many families who are displaced from their damaged homes, ... by Cynthia
 
Thanksgiving Dinners on Long Island
Wednesday, November 14, 2012 - In all the chaos resulting from Hurricane Sandy it has probably escaped many of us that Thanksgiving is just around the corner – next week! While the tradition for many is having a home-cooked meal and enjoying it around the dining table with friends and family, it is understandable if it ... by Wendy
 
Lynbrook Details Plan to Help With Displaced Students
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - The Superstorm that came ashore on Long Island has done more than damaged homes and businesses. This storm has set unprecedented levels of interruption in lives that many people wonder if they will ever get back to normal. Many families have been uprooted by the storm and are living in other ... by Janet
 
Long Island Businesses Offer Free Cleaning Service to Seniors Affected by Sandy
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 - After two long weeks of having to cope with the damage to homes and property, many people are feeling the weight of the clean up and how hard it is to get things back to normal. Thankfully many Long Island businesses are not going to sit by any longer while the elderly in our communities fight to ... by Cynthia
 
Students in Staten Island Hold Fundraiser to Help Dog Injured in Superstorm Sandy
Monday, November 12, 2012 - Amidst the power outtages, the broken homes, those waiting in line for gas, and other tragic stories in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, there is a lot of good things too. I love it when I can turn away from the frustration and anger and see love and communities bonding together. This is what I saw ... by Cynthia
 
In Need Of Comfort? Go For A Teddy Bear Hug and These Other Savings
Monday, November 12, 2012 - It’s been about two weeks since Hurricane Sandy hit. In many parts of the Island it is still nowhere near what it was before the storm arrived. This was no small storm and, as a result, it will be no small task to get everything back to normal. This week, we share with you ways to find ... by Wendy
 
Hurricane Sandy Donation Drive by Westy Self Storage; Drop Off Locations
Friday, November 9, 2012 - With the urgent calls for help along Long Island, Westy Self Storage is set to host a donation drive in order to help those victims that have been displaced, and lost everything due to Hurricane Sandy. The Hurricane landed upon the shores of Long Island 9 days ago and people are still needing ... by Cynthia
 
Charity Event for those affected by Hurricane Sandy
Friday, November 9, 2012 - The West Babylon Lions Club will have a tent set up at Harding Avenue Elementary School in Lindenhurst off of Grenada Parkway. We will be supplying water, cleaning supplies and hope to have food available. Right now hours are 11 AM to 3 PM. Please get the word out for those in ... by John
 
Long Island Fisherman Hit Hard by Hurricane Sandy
Thursday, November 8, 2012 - There is no question that Long Island has been hit hard by the effects of Hurricane Sandy. Many area residents are still without electricity, heat, fresh water, and even a place to live. Houses were ripped apart and the picture of our island has been forever changed. Businesses within Long Island ... by Joseph
 
Gold Coast Bank Offering Rebuilding Loans for Businesses
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - Many small businesses have been devasted along Long Island. Some of these businesses are going to either have to close for good, or have to relocate off the Island. This would not only be bad for the business owners, but also tragic for the economy throughout our close knit communities. ... by Ed
 
Jerry Seinfeld Coming to Long Island For Sandy Relief Benefit
Wednesday, November 7, 2012 - When you look around Long Island you have to wonder if things will ever be the same again. While nothing can ever go back to the original, hopefully - someday - the communities of Long Island will be able to rebuild and move ahead with life. After Hurricane Sandy came and left untold destruction ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Businesses Step Up For Sandy Relief in Area
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - In the wake of Hurricane Sandy many humanitarian efforts have been underway through non-profits and other organizations. Water, food, clothing, and other necessities have been coming into the area through the donations of people around the country. Now, you can add in local businesses that are ... by Joseph
 
A Night of Pets at Roger Smith Hotel
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - The most innovative pet products to come out in the last year were in the spotlight as the Petrepreneur New Product Showcase was held on Tuesday October 16th, 2012 at the Roger Smith Hotel in Manhattan. And wouldn't you know it; the best A-listers and members of the press were on hand to snap up ... by Cynthia
 
Some Schools Open Doors in Long Island in Wake of Sandy
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - As Long Island continues to dig itself out of the tragic devastation that has all but halted life, some things did get back to normal - so to speak. In a limited capacity, some schools began opening their doors again to allow students in on Monday morning. Across New York and New Jersey schools ... by Janet
 
Good Samaritan's 50th Annual Ball Raises $450,000
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - Before Hurricane Sandy came upon the shores of Long Island and let us know the fury of Mother Nature, the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Islip held their annual ball. This annaul ball, dubbed 'Celebrate Excellence', was held on October 26th with more than 430 guests in attendance. This was a ... by Cynthia
 
Family and Friends Are What Matter, Enjoy These Savings Together
Monday, November 5, 2012 - Times may be tough following Hurricane Sandy, but it is having family and friends by your side that matter. This week we feature savings opportunities that allow you to enjoy moments together with the special people in your life. There are also savings on service and products that can help make ... by Wendy
 
Where to Find Food And Gas Following Hurricane Sandy on Long Island
Monday, November 5, 2012 - The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has left many Long Islanders in the dark – not only at their home, but also on where to find food and gas . While we’ve typically highlighted restaurants , entertainment and shopping opportunities on Long Island for this column, this week our ... by Wendy
 
Long Island's Annual Fall Restaurant Week Returns, Nov. 4 - 11
Thursday, November 1, 2012 - It’s going to be another great week of dining on Long Island come this Sunday. Long Island’s Annual Fall Restaurant Week runs for 8 days from Nov. 4 – 11. There are over 220 restaurants participating, so you’ll have an abundant selection to choose from. This Restaurant ... by Wendy
 
Hempstead, Long Island to Open Up Warming Centers for Residents
Thursday, November 1, 2012 - With the weather forecasted to be dipping into the 40's, there is a real problem with the many displaced residents within the Long Island community. As the winter months begin to creep more and more into our lives, the temperatures are looking to be that the overnight lows could drops to 36, with ... by Cynthia
 
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