Joseph Catrone

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

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Tribute Concert Will Aid Hurricane Victims

For those looking for a chance to give back to a worthy cause while also enjoying a night of fun, something special is in store. Several of Long Island’s most popular tribute bands will be...

Lace Up Your Skates

Would you rather be indoors, avoiding the winter cold or be indoors and still feel a little chilly? If you went with the second option, chances are you’re into ice skating and with the 2018...

A Hit On Both Sides Of Town

Don’t call it hibernation—baseball may take the winter off, but it never sleeps. With free agency already underway, a select few players will be tasked with joining our beloved Yankees and Mets with the hopes...

Washing Your Hands Of The Flu

It comes around this time every year, and often throws a wrench into people’s plans. The holidays? College midterms? Nope—flu season. The flu is the type of virus that can be unpredictable in terms of how...

Martins Touts Experience

With the Nov. 7 Nassau County Executive election fast approaching, and a change in regime in store in the wake of the controversial Ed Mangano administration, Republican candidate Jack Martins recently partook in a roundtable...

Warrior On The Field, Yankee For Life

It’s been 16 years since Paul O’Neill last appeared in a major league game, yet he never truly left baseball. The ex-Yankees right fielder has remained a fan and ambassador of the game well into...

Putting A Price On Time

Time is money, according to an old saying, and it’s one of society’s most common exchanges. But two young, ambitious college graduates wondered why the exchange couldn’t function in reverse, so they sought to create...

Jordan Bernstein’s Eye In The Sky

In an age where technology is seemingly moving at hyper speed, many see two appropriate courses of action—keep up or fall behind. Roslyn High School senior Jordan Bernstein has opted to go with the former,...

Staging A Beatle

More than 50 years after the Beatles’ music turned the American pop charts upside down, the band’s legacy remains alive and well on the back of Paul McCartney and his undying love of live performance....

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National Pancake Day: Free Short Stacks

Happy National Pancake Day. For all those who live for brinner (breakfast for dinner), local IHOP locations are celebrating this unofficial March 3 holiday by giving...

Rick Wakeman’s Fave Concept Albums

While not a founding member of Yes, Rick Wakeman is an important part of this seminal group. And it can be argued, its most...

Melissa Etheridge: Showtime At The Apollo

With the coming and going of the obvious marketing ploy that was the women in rock movement of the last decade, Melissa Etheridge is...

Kids Work Alongside Professional Artists At LICM

Children visiting Long Island Children’s Museum this week will have the chance to work alongside visual and performing artists and take part in science...

Thought Gallery: Three Virtual Events To Keep You Busy

Consider these recommendations for upcoming virtual talks, readings and more in and around New York City.
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