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Resurgence in Dutch Kills Has Restaurant Owner Thinking Opportunity
Sunday, March 31, 2013 - There are those restaurants that sit, unopened for a period of time, that you just hope will regain new life somehow. That is what is happening in Long Island City with a resurgence of the Dutch Kills area. The resurgence of the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City has given one entrepreneur ... by James
 
Bret Michaels to Take Stage at Emporium
Sunday, March 31, 2013 - There are those bands and singers that just stay with you no matter where you are in life. This can be said about '80's rock and roll superstar, and Poison frontman, Bret Michaels. Even after his stint on VH-1's Rock of Love and his Celebrity Apprentice meltdown , you just can't wait to go hear ... by Cynthia
 
Red Cross Announces Relief Efforts for Long Island
Sunday, March 31, 2013 - Gail McGovern, president and CEO of the National American Red Cross, recently visited Long Island on the 21 st of March.  While visiting, McGovern spoke with community leaders about relief efforts for victims of Hurricane Sandy.  Others who attended the meeting with the Red Cross CEO ... by John
 
Long Island Shellfishing Restrictions Lifted
Saturday, March 30, 2013 - Following Superstorm Sandy, New York authorities imposed higher restrictions on local shellfishing.  The increased restrictions were in effect for five months.  On Friday however, Newday reported that the New York Department of Environmental Conservation will allow shellfishing to resume ... by John
 
Jobless Claims in US Jump Up 16,000
Thursday, March 28, 2013 - When people begin to think that things just might get better, they continue to slide downward. The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits jumped by 16,000 last week, the second straight weekly increase. But the longer-term trend in layoffs remained consistent with an improved job ... by Joseph
 
Long Island Teen Killed on Birthday by Oncoming Train
Thursday, March 28, 2013 - Liam Armstrong, a Long Island teen celebrating his 18 th birthday, was commuting downtown with his friends when he tragically was killed by a northbound No. 2 express train at the 79 th St. Station downtown in Manhattan.  As you might expect, he didn’t get struck by coincidence.  ... by John
 
Enjoy Theater This Weekend With Aladdin
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - For many this weekend is full of Easter activities with Easter Egg hunts , family dinners, and church events. The Easter Bunny may be on his way, but that doesn't mean this weekend is completely about colored eggs and chocolate bunnys. One way to escape for a little while and enjoy a great ... by Cynthia
 
Kings Park Psychiatric Center Smoke Tower Brought Down
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - The Kings Park Psychiatric Center is something of a historical landmark in Kings Park on Long Island.  The institute closed down in the 1990s, but was a significant location when it first opened in 1885.  At the time, many mental institutes were overcrowded and used inhumane tactics to ... by John
 
Long Island Young Entrepreneur Challenge Accepting Entries
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - The annual Long Island Young Entrepreneur Challenge, a contest to help local entrepreneurs aged 17-22 procure funding for business start-ups, is now accepting new entries.  The competition is open to Suffolk and Nassau residents and also to students who are attending accredited universities ... by John
 
Will Lapse of Teacher Evaluation Plan Lead to Poorer Performances?
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - One of the most debatable aspects of education is the performance of teachers. Now that debate just might get a little bit more heated. More than 90 percent of teacher evaluation plans that Long Island school districts rushed to complete by a state deadline already are nearing expiration, a ... by Janet
 
Long Beach Medical Center Looks for Reopening After Sandy Damage
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - With Hurricane Sandy several months in the rearview mirror, there are still essential businesses and services that are struggling to get the doors reopened. One of those place is the Long Beach Medical Center in Nassau County . The counties heart, the hospital was forced to shut down operations ... by Joseph
 
After Renovations, Southampton Favorite 'The Driver's Seat' Reopens
Monday, March 25, 2013 - Dubbed as Southampton's meeting place, The Driver's Seat, has been a long time favorite of both locals and visitors for years. The combination of great food and welcoming atmosphere sets is apart from others in the area. After several months of renovations, and some updating, The Driver's Seat is ... by James
 
Music at the Basilica Series Hosts Ashley Bell and Chao Liao in April 13th Concert
Monday, March 25, 2013 - If you have a love for great singing, with beautiful piano accompaniment, then you will want to make room on your calendar for an April 13th concert in Southampton. The Music at the Basilica Series, which was launched by newly installed pastor Father Michael Vetrano, will present internationally ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Wine Council Hosts Social Media Contests
Monday, March 25, 2013 - The Long Island Wine Council has been making efforts to reach out to Nassau and Suffolk customers on its Facebook page with a variety of contests and promotions.  The most recent contest launched for spring asks visitors on the council’s FB page to guess which day the first buds will ... by John
 
Mayor Bloomberg Discusses Drones
Saturday, March 23, 2013 - A couple weeks ago, a pilot who was taking an aircraft into J.F.K. Airport on Long Island reported that he had seen a drone in the air.  While investigations yielded no information and the sighting remains a mystery, the pilot is not the only one in New York to be concerned about domestic ... by John
 
Cheeseburger Cheeseburger in Plainview Closes
Saturday, March 23, 2013 - There is definitely something wrong with the universe when a cheeseburger joint closes. One of the most important innovations in food, the cheeseburger, has made a lot of people very happy over the years. I would reference Wimpy from Popeye , but that would be too much. Regardless of man's love ... by James
 
LIPA Hosts Energy Efficiency Conference for Long Island Businesses
Friday, March 22, 2013 - With all of the problems that the Long Island Power Authority has had since last October, they are in the process of again redefining who they are and what they do. With the recent hike in rates , they are once again under fire, but the company also wants to push ahead with other plans. They, or ... by Joseph
 
Babylon Hosts Easter Egg Hunt This Saturday
Friday, March 22, 2013 - When it comes to Easter, many communities around Long Island hold special events and festivities to celebrate this season. Not only is it spring, but it is also a time of religious reflection and a time for families to get together. One of the biggest events during Easter weekend is an Easter egg ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Kegel Ad Offends Rail Commuters
Friday, March 22, 2013 - An ad for Veria Living, a health and wellness TV station, has offended some commuters on the Long Island Rail Road to the point of complaining.  The ad reads, “Ladies, admit it.  You’re doing kegels right now.”  Kegel exercises can be done anywhere without anyone ... by John
 
300 Guns Seized from Long Island Home
Thursday, March 21, 2013 - More than 300 guns were recently seized from a Long Island home located near a local high school in the town of Centereach.  Many of the weapons, owned by Jay Steiner, 66, were illegal. Suffolk police received a tip from a fellow gun owner who visited Steiner's home.  The guns, ... by John
 
Low Wage Workers Across Country Are Not Hopeful About Future
Thursday, March 21, 2013 - There are many people today who are not all that pleased with the way that their economic future looks. Many people who have been u nemployed for an extended period of time are not only frustrated with it, but only have low paying jobs to look forward to. And, even if they do find a job for now, ... by Ed
 
Long Island Middle School Principal Arrested for Having Sex With Teenage Student
Thursday, March 21, 2013 - One of the biggest problems that face the school system is not from outside threats. While the world worries about gunmen entering into the schools of America, the biggest threat to our children is from the people who we entrust to educate, and protect, our children; the teachers, administrators ... by Janet
 
Long Island Pepsi Bottling Franchise Purchased by Honickman Group
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - Honickman Group, a company based in Pennsauken, New Jersey, has just announced that it will be purchasing Pepsi bottling franchise operations from a Long Island company, Pepsi Bottling Ventures L.L.C.  Details regarding the terms which govern the transaction have not been released to the ... by John
 
Still No Deal on NY Budget
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - And we thought the federal government was the only organization that could not balance a budget. It seems that the New York lawmarkers, and Governor Andrew Cuomo , are also struggling in coming up with a deal on the New York budget. The governor and New York legislative leaders have emerged from ... by Joseph
 
Glen Cove Gets New Restaurant 'Stango's' from Tom Suozzi
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - While Tom and Helene Suozzi may not be the ones that actually do the work at a new Glen Cove restaurant , they are glad to be a part of it. The Suozzi's are announcing the reopening of perhaps that oldest Italian restaurant around Long Island; Stango's . Relaunched with a little bit of a ... by James
 
Riverhead Approves AFTEE Concert
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 - Is there any better way for a non-profit organization to be involved in the community more than raising money for the community? That is what the AFTEE (All For The East End) has been doing for the East End of Long Island for several years. Now, they are taking another step towards being an arm ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island College Hospital Will Shut Down
Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - For weeks now, there has been an ongoing controversy over whether or not Long Island College Hospital should be shut down for budgeting reasons.  While LICH is located in Queens, it serves patients from the surrounding counties as well, including nearby Nassau, and also is staffed by ... by John
 
Pet Peeves Fundraiser for Long Island Animal Shelters
Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - It has often been said that a family pet is one of those treasures of life that adds to the overall quality of life. It has also been said that when you give to something greater than yourself, your outlook on life is that much greater. When you merge the two then you not only have the great ... by Cynthia
 
Governor Cuomo Cuts Deal for $9 Minimum Wage
Monday, March 18, 2013 - The minimum wage on Long Island, and the rest of New York, is about to take a big jump. Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York legislative leaders agreed to raise the state minimum wage to $9 an hour from $7.25 as part of a $136.5 billion budget deal. This new increase in miimum wage is not ... by Joseph
 
The Wild Rocket Launches in Huntington
Monday, March 18, 2013 - On Wednesday a new sandwich shop in Huntington gets ready to blast off and provide their customers with great tasting food. The Wild Rocket is on the countdown for its official liftoff on Wednesday and the 12 seat shop is ready to serve. This new restaurant is also a part of the Reststar ... by James
 
Big Events Sell High End Cars
Monday, March 18, 2013 - There are two things that go hand in hand; a sportscar and a night out on the town. But, one enterprising car dealership is combining the night on the town with the sales of a sportscar. Many car dealers use incentives all the time such as special lease deals and end of the year blowouts. But, ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Ocean Parkway Reconstruction Begins
Monday, March 18, 2013 - Governor Cuomo has just announced that the reconstruction efforts to rebuild Long Island Highway are scheduled to begin, and should be complete by Memorial Day.  The project will cost $32.2 million, and will repair the pavement on the 15.5 mile long highway which links many different ... by Ralph
 
Upcoming Events for Long Island Children
Sunday, March 17, 2013 - In search of a fun activity for the family this month?  Here are some local events happening around Long Island which are geared toward children and which can be fun for the whole family: “Pinocchio” by the Arena Players Children’s Theater.  This show will air ... by John
 
Floral Park Restaurant Brings St. Patrick's Day Throughout the Year
Friday, March 15, 2013 - There are restaurants on Long Island that just have that amazing feel of ethnic authenticity. While looking for a great Irish place to grab a meal during Irish-American Heritage month I came across an amazing little place in Foral Park that has Irish tradition and feel without doing any special ... by James
 
New York Senator Calling for More Casinos
Friday, March 15, 2013 - What do you think about casinos? Are they a great way to make big revenues for the state or are they a drain on society? There are many people who feel both ways on the issue, but one Senator feels that New York needs at least three more to help us out of the fiscal crisis and to expand a ... by Joseph
 
Long Island's Oldest St. Patrick's Day Parade is 79 Years Old
Friday, March 15, 2013 - Don't you just love traditions and parades? When they are both combined together, they make for an incredible moment that can be enjoyed by family and friends. St. Patrick's Day is a day of tradition, but it is also a day of parades. Throughout the country there will be several St. Patrick's Day ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Farm Bureau Focuses on Immigration
Friday, March 15, 2013 - This week, Long Island Farm Bureau member Joe Gergela discussed the importance of immigrant workers in the Long Island economy in detail.  Gergela, along with other leaders in the Long Island business community, are calling for immigration reform, namely improvements to the system overall, ... by John
 
New Charter School in Riverhead Moves Ahead
Thursday, March 14, 2013 - The great thing about education is that there is not a one size fits all type of program. There is plenty of innovation, creativity, and room to provide outstanding opportunities for education to children. This is found in many of the charter schools that are dotting the landscape. Here on Long ... by Janet
 
Local Contractors Raise $300,000 for Long Island Children During Annual Fundraiser
Thursday, March 14, 2013 - One of the great charities that do a lot of work for children is Contractors for Kids . Recently, they held their 8th Annual Contractors For Kids Dinner Dance Reception, the main annual fundraiser for the largest regional charity supported by the construction, design and real estate industries. ... by Cynthia
 
Small Businesses on Long Island Report Improvements
Thursday, March 14, 2013 - The general thinking these days is that economic conditions on Long Island are pretty dire, but there may be some hope after all.  A new study sponsored by the Bethpage Federal Credit Union and conducted by the Stony Brook University Center for Survey Research reveals that there have been ... by John
 
Enjoy a St. Patrick's Day Meal At A Great Long Island Restaurant
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - St. Patrick's Day is a great time of not only celebrating the Irish Heritage, but enjoying some fantastic food as well! That does not mean that you have to wait until St. Patty's Day. You can get the party started as soon as today or wait until the weekend of St. Patrick's Day. There are ... by James
 
Improvements in Financial Health and Business Conditions Across Long Island
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - There is no question that the financial health of the country is in serious jeapordy. And, with the new jobs report not really all that flowering in its news, there is little to be all that happy about. Long Island businesses have had their fair share of troubles as well with Hurricane Sandy , ... by Joseph
 
Irish Inspired Events Around Long Island for Irish Heritage Month
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - March is here and it is a green month! Not only in the coming of spring, but also in its title as Irish-American Heritage Month. The usual celebration is on St. Patrick's Day where everything is an emerald green and the beer flows quite freely in many places. However, there are a lot more ways to ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Man Risks His Life to Save a Family from a Fire
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 - Jeff Arnold, a Long Island man, recently had the misfortune of losing all of his property to a house fire.  He didn’t lose his life or his family though, and that was thanks to the intervention of a good Samaritan who was driving by at the time that the house was burning down.  ... by John
 
Long Island Added More Than 29000 Private Sector Jobs in 2012
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - There are many different numbers being released about jobs, unemployment , and economic stagnation, it is hard to believe that is true and what isn't. There are have been plenty of jobs that have been lost on Long Island in the past several months. Some of this is due to the damages by ... by Ed
 
Enrollment in Long Island Schools Drop While Teachers Are Hired
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - In a day and age when a nationwide sequester hits that has many wondering about public schools , there is news that not only are schools hiring because of an influx of federal aid, but that their enrollments are declining. It is true that Long Island schools are receiving smaller amounts of ... by Janet
 
New 3 Brothers Pizza Cafe in Farmingdale Models Vegan Menu of Original
Monday, March 11, 2013 - There are plenty of great pizza places on Long Island . Some of the better ones are those which offer a different type of pizza with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Vegans on Long Island may recall Jay Astafa, whose vegan pizza was named best in the nation by PETA (People for the Ethical ... by James
 
Homes Damaged by Sandy Hit Market at Bargain Prices
Monday, March 11, 2013 - You can almost see the television producers scrambling to put together a reality show about the real estate market on Long Island after Sandy. The reason is that these Sandy damaged homes around Long Island are now being sold at rather cheap prices. Now, there is a mad dash as investors, flippers, ... by Joseph
 
Great Long Island Events to Enjoy This Week
Monday, March 11, 2013 - There is no question that anyone living on Long Island can find plenty of events to occupy themselves and their family. There is just a tremendous selection of things to do that sometimes you are like a deer in the headlights; can't make a decision of what to do because of the large number of ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Singles Events - An Overview
Sunday, March 10, 2013 - Singles Events on Long Island There’s no better place on the East Coast for singles than Long Island.   Are you a Long Island single looking to meet and greet in Nassau and Suffolk Counties? No matter what environment you are most ... by John
 
Long Island Pastor Tackles and Prays for Burglar
Saturday, March 9, 2013 - In a rather amusing incident in Suffolk County this Thursday, a Long Island pastor tackled an intruder he discovered in his parish.  Rev. Michael Janowski of the nondenominational Lamb’s Chapel in Center Moriches entered his parish at six in the morning, only to discover he was not ... by John
 
Last Chance for Pinkalicious this Weekend in Northport
Friday, March 8, 2013 - Pinkalicious loves everything pink! But, then again, doesn't every little girl? Based on a series of young children's books, Pinkilicious is a wonderful tale told about a girl who loves pink. Now, you can enjoy the story of Pinkilicious in live action theater before it wraps up production here on ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Man Discovers Artworks Worth $30 Million in Basement
Friday, March 8, 2013 - How’s this for winning the lottery without buying a ticket?  Thomas Schultz, a Long Island man, purchased a house in 2007.  There was a lot of “junk” heaped up in the garage, which the family who owned the home previously told him to just throw away—including more ... by Ralph
 
Long Island Residents Prepare for Flooding and Snow
Thursday, March 7, 2013 - If you’re located anywhere along the Long Island or New Jersey shore tonight, you should get ready for a serious Nor’easter which is coming in, bringing flooding and strong winds in its wake.  The damage left by Hurricane Sandy is a stark reminder of the pain and loss which ... by John
 
Enjoy Smithtown Restaurant Week At These Great Locations!
Thursday, March 7, 2013 - When it comes to great dining, Smithtown has plenty of tremendous culinary opportunities awaiting your taste buds to enjoy. It is something of a tradition in this Suffolk County community to provide great food, at great prices, to the many people who flock to the area. Restaurant week is a ... by James
 
Governor Cuomo Announces Sandy Aid for MTA Recovery Efforts
Thursday, March 7, 2013 - it has been a rough year for the Long Island Metropolitan Transit Authority . They have had to implement two different fare hikes in order to keep up with their budget, and they had several problems associated with power outages, due to the storms, and recovering from damages sustained through ... by Joseph
 
Registration Open for Long Island Cruizin' For a Cure Car Show
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 - Registration is now open for the 8 th annual Long Island Cruizin’ For a Cure Car Show, scheduled for September 8 th , 2013, at the Sears Automotive Center on Routes 106/107 in Hicksville.  The show starts at 6:30 in the morning for exhibitors, and is open to the public from 9:00 in the ... by John
 
Minimum Wage Raise; Loss of Jobs
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 - A day after the news that Northrop Grumman is going to be moving more than 800 jobs off of Long Island , comes the news that minimum wage is going to rise to $9 an hour. This news comes as the state Assembly voted Tuesday to increase the minimum wage to $9 an hour with automatic increases tied to ... by Ed
 
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka On Challenges in Raising Spirited Children
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 - One of the big problems in parenting that continues to be a part of many families is raising spirited, or difficult, children within your home. To help with this Adelphi University’s Institute for Parenting , Center for Health Information and Alice Brown Early Learning Center will offer two ... by Cynthia
 
Pilot Reports Close Encounter with Drone Near J.F.K. Airport
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - Yesterday afternoon around 1:15 p.m., a pilot flying an Alitalia jet from Rome to J.F.K. International Airport in New York reported to air traffic control that he had just had a close encounter with a flying drone.  According to the pilot’s report, the drone was located about 1,500 feet ... by John
 
Northrop Grumman to Move 850 Jobs Away From Long Island
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - Just when we think that things were going to pick up in the job market here on Long Island comes some tough news. Northrop Grumman Corp . said Monday that it will move 850 jobs off Long Island by next year, leaving just 550 workers out of a workforce that exceeded 25,000 in the 1980s. The jobs ... by Ed
 
Sequester Begins, How Will it Affect Long Island Schools
Tuesday, March 5, 2013 - As the sequestor that has been built up as the end of life as we know it begins, many Long Island families are wondering what is going to happen to their children's education. When the sequester was originally proposed it was supposed to be an action so heinous that it would force Congress ... by Janet
 
Three Great Long Island Restaurants Serving Small Dishes
Monday, March 4, 2013 - When it comes to dining out there are those fads that come in and out of popularity. Right now, one of the more popular fads is small portions of favorite dishes. Many Long Island restaurants have begun serving these smaller dishes or have made leaping improvements in the ones they already had. ... by James
 
Five Long Islanders Make Forbes list of Billionaires
Monday, March 4, 2013 - The new Forbes list of the riches people is now available and within its pages are five Long Island businessmen who are at the top of the billionaire side of it. This list is led by Renaissance Technologies Corp. founder James Simons , five Long Island residents were listed on the 2013 ... by Joseph
 
Celtic Celebration at Castle Gould in Sands Point Preserve
Monday, March 4, 2013 - “And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.”- Friedrich Nietzsche If you are one that loves all forms of music, likes to dance, and enjoy a great time with all sorts of people, then this Saint Patrick's Day why not make plans to ... by Cynthia
 
Long Island Man Charged for Animal Cruelty
Monday, March 4, 2013 - A Long Island man named Michael Faulkner has just been charged with animal cruelty for allowing his dog to starve, almost to death.  The story, reported by Long Island PIX11 radio, describes how Faulkner locked his family dog Queenie up in a bedroom for weeks without any food or water, all in ... by John
 
Record Donation Year for Long Island Colleges
Sunday, March 3, 2013 - Five different colleges on Long Island declared a record year for donations for 2012, according to a report released by Newsday.  The donations they received were equal to or larger than those they had received in the past.  Since public school funding on Long Island is fairly ... by John
 
Chick-Fil-A Considers Opening Long Island Restaurants
Saturday, March 2, 2013 - Chick-Fil-A, a fast food chain which makes chicken sandwiches and French fries, is considering opening up some restaurants on Long Island, and is currently looking into possible locations for new franchises.  As of right now, there are no details on which counties the restaurant is ... by John
 
Nude Beach on Fire Island No Longer Clothing Optional
Friday, March 1, 2013 - Lighthouse Beach has long been a clothing-optional beach, and it can draw droves of visitors.  On summer days, as many as 4,000 nudists have gathered on the beach in past years.  Unfortunately for those who like to sunbathe in the buff, it is no longer legal to show up nude at Lighthouse ... by Ralph
 
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