Nicole Lockwood

Nicole Lockwood is the former editor of the Syosset Jericho Tribune and New Hyde Park Illustrated News.

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Orange You Glad We Didn’t Use Orange?

Classy pumpkin décor for the autumn time in your home With the onset of autumn and Halloween just around the corner, it’s that time of year that every homeowner with a flair for fall décor has...

The Four Fs Of Fall Fashion

It’s never been easier to stay on top of the latest trends this fall, as the world of fashion is currently being fueled by the four Fs: fringe, florals, fur and fire engine red. As seen...

Cider And Donuts And Pies, Oh My!

Jericho Cider Mill is open year-round Jericho Cider Mill, a fall destination staple for Long Island natives and visitors alike, has opened its doors to the eager public yet again, but this time for good. Due...

Advocates Ask Law Enforcement To ‘Say No To ICE’

Rallying cries of “No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here,” and “Immigrants are not to blame, no U.S. terror in our name,” resonated across Franklin Avenue in Mineola on Wednesday, Aug. 30, as activists...

Blown Out Of The Water

On the outskirts of the small Brookhaven village of Blue Point lies Blue Point Dock, a short pier where locals can be found fishing, walking along the shore and engaging in other activities typical of...

Viva La Vegan

Veganism, a word once synonymous with outlandish hippie ideals, yoga retreats and meditation circles is beginning to proliferate everyday discourse, becoming more widely accepted and practiced by the masses, particularly on Long Island. The newest addition...

Hamptons Home Hosts Charity Event

Ribs For Kids raises more than $200,000 for children with autism Top chefs representing some of Long Island and Manhattan’s most reputable restaurants recently took to Southampton for the barbecue benefit Ribs For Kids. The event...

Smorgasburg Cofounders Make Their Manhattan Mark At 180 Tenth

It’s a far cry from ramen burgers and raindrop cakes, but 180 Tenth is already proving to be a top summertime destination for New York City natives, Brooklynites and Long Islanders alike. The creative minds...

Tough Mudder Makes Long Island Mark

Muddy trenches, barbed wire crawls, rope climbs and more endurance-testing obstacles were met by nearly 8,500 willing participants over the weekend, as the Tough Mudder made its mark on Long Island. Old Bethpage Village Restoration hosted...

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Girl Scouts: Skills Today, Success Tomorrow

As Girl Scouts of Nassau County (GSNC) comes off its year-long centennial anniversary, it is encouraging girls from kindergarten to high school to join...
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