Joseph Wolkin

Joseph Wolkin is the editor of the Levittown Tribune, Syosset-Jericho Tribune and Anton Media Group's automotive special section and county news section. A graduate of Stony Brook University, Joseph has been published in dozens of publications. He is the author of Grandma: The Story Of A Boy And His Grandma.

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The Cobra Effect And Its Impact On The Sports World

The cobra effect. It’s scary. It’s bold. But when it comes to the sports realm, it’s highly accurate.  Dr. Jonathan Gelber, a sports medicine specialist and orthopedic surgeon, recently penned a book to discuss this delicate...

How Has The Mustang Evolved?

The Ford Mustang, which debuted as a concept in 1962 and on the road in 1964, is America’s favorite pony. This machine brought back its classic look recently. But before that, it went through a...

Sleek, Stylish, Savage And Sweet

Ford’s Ted Ryan stops by to discuss the world’s fastest pony She’s a beauty. She’s fast. She’s the car every kid dreams of. That’s right. The Ford Mustang is sexy, intimidating and fast. But what makes it...

AJC Long Island Names Eric Post New Director

Post brings enthusiasm to Jewish advocacy group The American Jewish Committee (AJC) is one of the largest advocacy groups in the world. The organization constantly fights for Jewish rights across the globe, whether it’s stopping the...

Islanders Host Women In Sports Panel

Leaders from multiple sports share personal success stories Resilience. The powerful word was the perfect explanation for a group of six female sports executives who took to the stage on March 3 at the Barclays Center...

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran Visits Israel

As anti-Semitic crimes took over headlines throughout New York, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran began to find ways to hear concerns from the Jewish community. Curran, at the March Against Anti-Semitism in Mineola, stood in...

The Two Perspectives Of World War II

New book goes in-depth with a Holocaust trauma The liberators of Nazi death camps didn’t know what they were about to see as they began the liberation process. The prisoners, many of whom were barely alive,...

5 Best Toyotas To Ever Hit The Road

Toyota is known across the globe for its incredible reliability, endurance and power. The Japanese automaker took America by storm in the 1960s, forcing the competition to step up their game thanks to the creation of...

A Life Dedicated To Charity

Cancer Schmancer continues to have an impact on Americans Drescher experienced a rough bout with cancer as The Nanny concluded. For about two years, she was misdiagnosed by eight doctors, eventually being told she had uterine...

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With the start of gardening season comes the start of the seemingly endless battle with pest control. While options like using chemical pesticides or...
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