Joseph Wolkin

Joseph Wolkin is the former 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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Bahare Salehnia Spreads Love As Photography Influencer From Iran

Bahare Salehnia is adjusting to a brand-new culture. The 27-year-old hails from Iran, leaving her home nation for Great Neck eight months ago. Now living in Glen Cove, Salehnia is an Instagram influencer. With 2.1...

Sue Bird Is The Epitome Of A Long Island Athlete

Roughly 20 years ago, a young woman began dominating on the court for the UConn Huskies. She hailed from a Long Island hamlet known as Syosset. And she was great under the guidance of legendary...

Islanders Reveal New Renderings Of UBS Arena At Belmont Park

The New York Islanders revealed fresh renderings of the UBS Arena at Belmont Park, set to open a year from now. The UBS Arena at Belmont Park is currently under construction and was not delayed even...

Long Islander Wins Second NASCAR Championship In Three Years

It took nine seasons of full-time NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour racing for Justin Bonsignore to capture his first championship. Two years later, the Long Island native is celebrating once again. The season was put on hold...

Massapequa’s Lawsuit To Bring High School Sports Back Is Dismissed

The Massapequa School District wanted fall sports to get going. So the district sued Section VIII, which controls high school athletics in Nassau County. But the district, which specifically argued it and others in the region...

Stony Brook Basketball Prepares For Thanksgiving Return

Months of uncertainty in the college sports realm are starting to see some clarity. And it starts with college basketball. The NCAA recently announced men’s and women’s basketball can return on Wednesday, Nov. 25, the day...

The Best Drinks To Order In The Fall

The leaves are changing colors. Pumpkin patches are busy as it gets. But there’s something you’re forgetting about autumn. How did you not automatically think of what drinks will you order during this time of...

Local Sisters Create Online Boutique During Pandemic

There is no right way to start a small business, especially during a pandemic. But the Macri sisters believe they have figured it out. Gabrielle and Sabrina Macri, who grew up in Plainview, have been running...

Great Neck’s Steve Cohen Prepares To Take Control Of The Mets

The New York Mets will likely have a new majority owner by the time 2021 kicks off. His name? None other than Great Neck’s Steve Cohen, whose net worth is approximately $14 billion. The deal to...

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This year not only marks the 60th anniversary of Westbury Music Fair (currently operating as the NYCB Theatre at Westbury), but the storied venue...

Storm Surge: Prepping Before A Hurricane

You hear it every year at this time, but how many of us actually heed the warnings? Superstorm Sandy was not the hurricane that...

Stop & Shop Seeks To Fill 390 Part-Time Positions Across Long Island

Stop & Shop is looking to fill more than 1,200 part-time jobs across the New York Metro area, with a total of 390 on...

Anne Burrell Talks About Season 20 Of Worst Cooks in America 

In this season, veteran host and celebrity chef Anne Burrell is joined by Iron Chef and Supermarket Stakeout host Alex Guarnaschelli in often hilarious attempts to whip their amateur recruits into shape.
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