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Bright and sunny side hall Colonial. The first floor is comprised of a living room with fireplace, dining room, large eat-in kitchen, half bath, and den with high ceilings with sliding doors … more
Q. We need a new roof. I’ve always been told that roofs need vents. Ours has a ridge vent. Every time we have severe wind and rain, it leaks. I’ve been told it’s not steep enough. There are so many types of roof vents . . . more
Farmingdale State College professor Maya Bentz, a resident of Long Beach, has won a $10K Innovative Instruction Technology Grant from the State University of New York to fund a project that SUNY has … more
Exhibits and more... A Feast for the EyesAn exhibit that explores how food has inspired art. Through a wide variety of media, eclectic portrayals of food, restaurants, cafes, shops, parties, and … more
I broke out of my liberal East Coast cocoon last week, and it was an intellectual trifecta: enlightening, disheartening and shocking. Apparently, I have been cosseted too long in our Long Island bubble. more
With the sun beating down at mid-morning, a girls’ cross-country team was recently running up and down the half-mile-long hill on the south side of the Town of Hempstead’s Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick, sweating profusely and breathing hard in the 90-degree-plus heat. Taking it all in from the side of the seashell-coated path was a red fox –– yes, a red fox –– which stood in the shade, motionless and silent, panting continuously, its eyes half-shut. The runners appeared unfazed by its presence. more
Eisenhower Park is the setting for a fast-paced musical revue. more
Old Westbury Gardens opens its lush grounds to the Long Island Scottish Festival and Highland Games on Saturday. more
At the second meeting to discuss the Rebuild by Design program to make Mill River more storm-resilient, citizens brainstormed ways to involve the surrounding communities, and the design team reported … more
When I was a kid growing up in Island Park, “water play” was a sprinkler set up on the front yard of the family lucky enough to have enough property to grow a lawn. A couple of generations later . . . more
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