Joseph Catrone

Joseph Catrone is the former editor of Farmingdale Observer, Hicksville News, Levittown Tribune and Massapequa Observer.

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Diner Scenes: A Cinematic Staple

There’s a universal appeal to diners—and the modest yet satisfying cuisine they cook up—that never fails to drag in hungry, weary customers from just about all walks of life, which may serve to explain why...

Keep An Eye On These Guys

It goes without saying that players like Yoenis Cespedes, Matt Harvey and Jacob DeGrom will be expected to perform well this season—it simply comes with the territory of being a star. But in New York,...

Mets Eye Redemption In 2018

With the final opportunity for preseason tune-ups now in the rearview mirror, the New York Mets will head into the 2018 MLB season with the hopes of reverting to their winning ways of not so...

Breaking Up The Boys’ Club

Breaking news: women have always been a part of rock music, and not just as trailblazers for their own gender. In honor of National Women’s History Month, here’s a look at five acts whose emergence...

Beware The Ides Of March

With the Ides of March upon us, the time is right to reflect on some of the most noteworthy acts of betrayal in history. Judas Iscariot Many would react with horror at the thought of putting a...

Let The Games Continue

For us fans, the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are already winding down. But for athletes, the Olympics are never truly over. It’s never too early to think about training for the 2020 Tokyo summer games...

Red Roses From Big Blue Star

So how did everyone spend their Valentine’s Day? Turns out, for those fortunate enough to have been in Times Square between 11 a.m. and 12 p.m., the answer was, “with former New York Giants running...

Life On Mars?

NASA Engineer Talks Space On LI You thought understanding life on Earth was challenging? How about Mars? Renowned NASA mechanical engineer Kobie Boykins has devoted much of his professional life to designing technology that makes exploration of...

Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow

The St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope Regional School celebrates 100 years of education and community St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School held its first classes in 1918, and had eight classrooms—four on the first floor and...

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Nassau County Offers Bilingual Lifesaving Heroin Overdose Seminar

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and the Nassau County Office of Minority Affairs invite residents to attend the county’s first free Bilingual Overdose Prevention...

MS-13 Members Charged In Huntington Stabbing

For the past two years, the problem of MS-13 gang members and the often-deadly crimes they have been charged with, has garnered national attention....

Sid Jacobson JCC’s Jewish Film Festival Opens June 21

Sid Jacobson JCC’s Randi and Bruce Pergament Jewish Film Festival opens on Wednesday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. with the documentary On the Map....

Mineola Supe Nominated For Superintendent Of The Year

Michael P. Nagler, who is the superintendent of the Mineola Union Free School District, has been named as a finalist by The School Superintendents...
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