Frank Rizzo

Frank Rizzo is a journalist at Anton Media Group. With decades of experience in the industry, he is exceptionally equipped to cover local politics, business and other topics that matter to readers.

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Not ‘Feline’ The Love In North Hempstead

A crusade to improve conditions for feral cats Stuart Kroll of Great Neck is an unabashed cat lover. He has appeared numerous times before the Town of North Hempstead Town Board over the past several years...

Against The Wind: One Man’s Fight

Resident urges better enforcement of North Hempstead gas-powered blower law Al Franklin wondered if he is the proverbial lone voice in the wilderness. Earlier this summer, he stepped out of his North New Hyde Park residence to...

‘Honor’ Is The Operative Word

Honor Flight gives veterans a chance to visit war memorials The premise of Honor Flight is simple: provide a no-cost, one-day trip to Washington, DC, for veterans of WWII, Korea and Vietnam to visit the various...

Park Gets The Book It Deserves

If you love Long Island history but are pressed for time, Richard Panchyk of Westbury is your man. His 34th book (and sixth devoted to Nassau and Suffolk) deals with a place that looms large in...

Calendar of Events From February 28 to March 13

Here are some of the events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Monday, February 28 Choral Rehearsals Begin The North Shore Community Chorus (NSCC) welcomes choral singers to sing Franz Josef Haydn’s “The Creation.” Considered by...

Calendar of Events From February 16 to 28

Here is a sample of events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, February 16 Target Rock Bird Walk North Shore Audubon Society Wednesday leaderless walk from 9:30 a.m. to noon at Target Rock National Wildlife...

Not Too Old To Rock ’N’ Roll

Martin Barre brings Jethro Tull show to Madison Theatre at Molloy College Let’s get the cliché out of the way. Martin Barre does not cotton to the Jethro Tull classic about being too old to rock. “I’m...

Calendar of Events From February 5 to February 20

Here are some of the events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. It is always recommended to call ahead during bad weather or to get updated COVID regulations. Saturday/Sunday, February 5/6 Model Railroad Layout The TMB...

Calendar of Events From January 28 to February 17

Here is a selection of events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. In light of the pandemic and unpredictable winter weather, it is best to call ahead before venturing out. Friday, January 28 Icon of...

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Living With Chronic Disease

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Man With A Plan: George Marshall Was A Statesman For The Ages

Who can forget the opening scenes of Saving Private Ryan? The viewer is taken into the office of Gen. George Marshall, the U.S. Army...

Jill Hennessy Returns To Boston For New Showtime Series City On A Hill

Crime procedurals are a big part of Jill Hennessy’s body of work. Homicide: Life On the Street, Law & Order and Crossing Jordan, of...
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