Allison Eichler

Allison Eichler is the former editor of Hicksville News and Farmingdale Observer and creates beauty content for Long Island Weekly.

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Broadway Dreams Begin Beyond The Stage

The road to stardom is not an easy one, nor is it a solo journey. Having good teachers and mentors is essential, an idea that Beyond the Stage in Plainview understands good well. In addition...

Keeping Dogs Active

Anyone who is the parent of a pooch knows that keeping their four-legged friend active is important for their health. Just like humans, dogs need their exercise all year long, but that task can become...

Police Arrest 14 In Drug Ring

Fourteen individuals were recently arrested for the criminal possession and sale of controlled substances and conspiracy. The arrests were the product of a months-long collaboration between Nassau Narcotics, the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, the...

Harvest Your Home

Autumn’s color palette is perhaps the most aesthetically pleasing of all the seasons. From burgundy to gold and chocolaty brown to vermilion, the season’s warm color scheme emphasizes coziness and the beauty of nature. Take...

Identifying And Preventing Childhood Bullying

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and it’s a problem that affects millions of children across the nation each year. According to a study on stopbullying.gov, 49 percent of children in grades 4 through 12...

Breaking Down IEPs

It happens every year. A child comes home from school and says their classmate was taken out of the room during a subject lesson or they were taking a test and their classmate was able...

Come In Costume

Perhaps the best thing about Halloween, besides the candy of course, is seeing what everyone chooses to dress up as. The holiday has its costume staples—princesses and superheroes and witches galore—but this year the most...

Seasonal Décor

Autumn is arguably the coziest time of year. Scents of apple, cinnamon and pumpkin follow everywhere you go, there’s the constant tune of leaves crunching underfoot and boots and flannels take over your wardrobe. But...

A Haunting in Uniondale

Blood Manor's Crypts of the Coliseum creeps out Long Islanders After successfully running in New York City season after season, Blood Manor has finally come to haunt Long Island. The 10,000 square foot attraction, titled Crypts...

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Mets Are Amazin’ Again

Howie Rose’s foreword in Amazin’ Again by Greg W. Prince, immediately struck a chord with me. He applauded the talents of baseball beat writers,...

Golf—Full Issue—Aug. 17, 2016

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‘Freezin’ For A Reason’ TOB Polar Plunge To Benefit Special Olympics

  4th annual event to be held at TOBAY Beach tomorrow, March 18 Special Olympics New York and the Town of Oyster Bay invite you to...

New Year Brings Political Shifts

The new year kicked off with the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th president of the United States, with Mike Pence as...

Education Grows With STEM

The growing focus on STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) was reflected in the turnout and enthusiasm at the 2019 Diocesan STEM Fair. This...
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