Lyn Dobrin

Lyn Dobrin is a writer for Long Island Weekly, specializing in food and travel features.

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Participants Sought For Long Island Breast Cancer Walk

Members of the Adelphi team of the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program are out walking every weekend, training for the annual LI2Day Walk. The team goes to local parks, such as...

Spain: Culture Via Educational Trek

While I love seeing famous sights when traveling, the best part of a trip is spending time with local people and getting to know them. That opportunity came this summer when I participated in an English-immersion...

Cookies For The Holidays

Do people still bake for the holidays? Years ago, I would move into gear right after Thanksgiving, buying a new cookie cookbook (this was before I could research online) and selecting new recipes. Out came...

Managing Your Lymphedema

On Monday, Nov. 6, at 6 p.m., the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Program in Garden City will host medical professionals from different disciplines who will speak about the best ways to manage lymphedema, a...

Advice From Long Island Breast Cancer Survivors

For 37 years, the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Program has offered New Yorkers coping with breast cancer a place to receive emotional support and valuable advice. Here is some advice from five breast cancer...

Long Islanders at the Fancy Food Show

By Lyn and Arthur Dobrin Imagine they’ve combined all the specialty food markets you can think of—Zabars, Dean & DeLuca, Iavarrone, Eataly, Uncle Giuseppe’s, Grace’s Market, Fairway—and then added chocolate and candy shops, wine stores, cheese...

Farm To People: Supporting Food Entrepreneurs

Just as a love relationship can lose its spark—same old, same old, that’s how I was feeling about cooking. The old joke became a reality: What should we make for dinner? A reservation. And then Farm...

The Peace Corps: It Changed Our Lives

Thank you, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Thank you for creating the Peace Corps and giving thousands of young Americans, me included, the opportunity to get out into the world. As we approach the 100th anniversary of the...

Christmas At Old Bethpage Restoration Village

Note: 2017 dates of Candlelight Evenings are Dec. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 On four evenings in December—the 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th from 5 to 9:30 p.m.—Old Bethpage Restoration Village presents Candlelight Evenings, a...

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Wine And Secrets

From author Jan Moran comes The Winemakers, an epic romance novel about a young woman named Caterina, a family secret and a devastating truth...

Wellness In The New Year

Start the year off right by taking an integrative approach to your health and wellness so that you can be the best version of...

Catch Tony Award-Winning Spring Awakening At The Argyle Theatre

Through the end of February, the historic Argyle Theatre in Babylon is putting on the first professional Long Island production of Spring Awakening, the Tony...

Suffolk Cops Seek Details Behind Shooting In Bay Shore

Police in Suffolk County are requesting assistance from the public in its ongoing investigation into the shooting of a 17-year-old Queens male, whose body...

Chaminade Athletes Commit

Thirty-five members of the Chaminade High School class of 2017 sign commitments to play college level sports at nearly 30 schools. Upon graduation, they...
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