Paul DiSclafani

Paul DiSclafani, a Massapequa resident, is a 2018 Press Club of Long Island award-winning columnist and an Anton Media Group contributor since 2016.

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Another Sign Of Getting Older

I have a “floater” inside my eyeball. Turns out it’s something that happens to people as they get older. We all learn the hard way about the aches and pains that come with aging. I’ve even...

All Good Things Must Come to An End Eventually

Two of TV’s most popular programs recently came to an end within days of each other. You may not have been a fan of Game of Thrones and The Big Bang Theory, or even watched...

Make Mine A Whopper

Last month, Texas executed a convicted murderer who spent more than 20 years behind bars. He was the fourth death row inmate killed in the United States this year with another 17 waiting their turn. Wait,...

Our Last Montauk Music Festival?

In 2017, I revealed the Montauk Music Festival as the best kept secret on Long Island. What began as a way to entice visitors with dinner vouchers, hotel specials and live music before the traditional...

Marry Again? Depends on Who You Ask

A good friend of mine, after more than 20 years as a single mom raising two girls, has decided to take the plunge and give marriage a second chance. In all the years I’ve known...

They Might Be Dead, But They Still Entertain

No one lives forever, but entertainment provided by famous musicians of the past is alive and well at Sergio’s in Massapequa. The tiny Italian restaurant nestled on Merrick Road is keeping the spirit and memory...

Helicopters And Snow Plows—Why Can’t We Just Be Parents?

The goal of every generation is to make life for their children better than it was for them. There isn’t a parent on the planet that wouldn’t do anything to insure their child had the...

The Last Blockbuster Video

Has it really been that long since we spent countless hours on a Saturday night hoping to find a movie in the “New Release” section of Blockbuster Video? For married couples with children, it became...

Let’s Hope I Don’t Jinx it

I had to replace the caulking in my bathroom over the weekend, so I popped into Ace Hardware for supplies. It was still chilly out, but at least it was raining and not snowing. Last time...

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Free Prostate Screenings

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Winthrop Urology and Senator Kemp Hannon will sponsor two free prostate screening events. “Prostate cancer is the second leading...

Long Island Children’s Museum Events May 26-June 1

Visit the Long Island Children’s Museum this month for fun events and activities. Visitors to the LICM Theater are receiving musical messages about protecting...

Nassau County Responds To Opioid Epidemic With New App

Last Thursday at Nassau County Police Headquarters in Mineola, County Executive Laura Curran and Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder held a press conference...

Red, White And Blueberry Crisp

It’s blueberry season and I can think of no better way to celebrate the Fourth of July than to make a good old-fashioned gluten-free...
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