Courtney Shapiro

Courtney Shapiro is a contributing writer for Anton Media Group. She is a journalism student Hofstra University.

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Raise The Bar And Create Top-Shelf Cocktails At Home

Entertain and impress guests with grade A cocktails without the hassle of going out to the bar. Drinking and getting together with friends shouldn’t be a stressful experience and with a bar cart right at...

American Brain Society Works To End Stigma

The American Brain Society (ABS) was founded by J.A. Boulton to educate the public about the stigma and effects associated with brain disease. Their headquarters is in Danbury, CT, and they received their nonprofit organization...

Hearts Of Gold Lends A Hand To The Homeless In New York City

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the nonprofit organization Hearts of Gold. The organization was founded by Deborah Koenigsberger in 1994, and she and her team work hard to provide support and tools to...

Oprah’s Holiday Wish List

Oprah’s annual list of favorite things is finally here. So what will you be stuffing stockings with this year? Check out our editor’s picks for must-have items from Oprah’s wish list. Bartesian Premium Cocktail Machine This machine...

Winter Style Roundup

Warm up this winter with the latest in cozy, fashionable clothing. Wintertime fashion boasts big coats and exciting accessories. It might be time to stay warm, but it’s always time to be stylish and on...

Cirque Musica Show Dazzles for the Holidays

This year, the creative team for the all-new concert experience Cirque Musica presents Holiday Wishes is in full swing in preparation for their show at NYCB Live at Nassau Coliseum on Saturday, Dec. 7. The show...

Fun Things To Do For The Holidays Around Manhattan and Long Island

The holiday season is officially upon us. As soon as Halloween ends, everyone starts to get into the wintery, cozy mood for the upcoming celebrations. There are tons of spirited events and places to go...

All Aboard For The Holiday Train Show

Holiday season is already in full swing and starting on Nov. 23, New York City will once again host its Holiday Train Show. The show is deemed as New York City favorite and will run...

Library Advocates Outraged Over E-Book Restriction

Each public library in Nassau County can only buy one copy of Macmillan’s new e-book releases. Library advocates spoke out about this issue in mid-October and are hoping for a reversal of the restriction. Since its...

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Joshua A. Lafazan, who at 23 is poised to be Nassau County's youngest-ever elected legislator, is set to hold a ceremonial swearing-in this Tuesday,...

Introducing The 2016 Nassau BOCES Education Partners

This spring, Nassau BOCES will honor 13 people and organizations that have had a profound effect on public education in Nassau County. Celebrating its...

Beyond Words: Trauma And The Arts

Powerful images that depict disturbing events in ways that literature alone cannot can be illuminating and healing. Following are three descriptions of different media...
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