Taryn Schofield

Taryn Schofield is a reporter with Anton Media Group.

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Jammin’ Out with Classic Clapton

Having been members of the Long Island music scene for quite some time, singer Glen Godman, drummer Curt Arnel, well-known keyboardist Roast Beef Joe and bassist Ed Canova decided to combine their love and appreciation...

Not So Fast, Tooth Fairy

As more and more uses for dental stem cells are being discovered, Provia Laboratories in Littleton, MA, is giving individuals the option to store their lost teeth for any future needs. “You should have the option...

Jet and Ali Tila Cook Up Classics

Culinary power couple Jet and Ali Tila have come together to pass on their know-how expertise in their new cookbook 101 EPIC DISHES: Recipes that Teach You How to Make the Classics Even More Delicious....

Fire Departments Push To Recruit More Volunteers

Among Long Island’s 179 volunteer fire departments, there are nearly 21,000 volunteer firefighters. In Nassau County, there are about 9,500 volunteers, and while that number has remained pretty consistent over time, the factors affecting their...

Safavieh Offers Insight Into New Design Innovations

According to Michael Yaraghi, the owner and president of Safavieh, a home furnishings brand with 12 locations in the tristate area, including four Long Island storefronts, the significance of the outdoor space within the home...

Have Some Warm Weather Fun On Long Island

As the spring season shifts into high gear and the weather gets warmer as the days become longer, there will be plenty to do on Long Island to celebrate the ending of a long and...

Sunrise Day Camp Breaks Ground On STEAM Shack Building

Three years ago, while volunteering as a counselor at Sunrise Day Camp, a program coordinated by the Sunrise Association, which offers year-round programs, day camps and in-hospital recreational activities to children fighting cancer and their...

Sands Point Art Exhibit Invokes The Bliss Of Childhood Imagination

A special and wistful new collection of art has graced the walls of the Great Hall in the Castle Gould at Sands Point Preserve Conservancy. The exhibit “May We All Grow Up to Be Children,”...

Local Author Gives Voice To Middle-Income, Midlife Residents

For many years, Floral Park native Valentina Janek has championed for the middle-income, midlife residents on Long Island as the president and founder of the Long Island Breakfast Club, which provides positivity, advocacy, support and...

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Safe At Home

Keeping your family secure in the summer season Nothing is more important than keeping your family safe. Protect your family by ensuring your home is...

St. Mary’s Alum To Serve Long Island Catholics

St. Mary’s High School continues to have successful alumni in the news. This week, 1982 graduate of St. Mary’s Boy’s High School Robert Coyle...

Fish Food

Taking advantage of island life means not only enjoying the water for relaxation and sporting purposes, but also for the fish and seafood bounty...

Communities And Police Talk

Communities And Police Talk is a project of the Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island and was created by leader emeritus Arthur Dobrin. Last...

Your Child Doesn’t ‘Just Have A Cold’

By Christina Johns Your child is sick. It starts with a cough and runny nose and quickly develops into something resembling a common cold, but...
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