Martin Freeman’s Fave Punk Bands

It all started with a dream for Martin Freeman. That was the seed planted for Breeders, a British-American dark comedy about parenting co-created by the British actor with partners Chris Addison and Simon Blackwell that airs on FX. Freeman stars as...

A Sophisticated Diner Experience: Grand Menu Offerings At Grand Lux Cafe

The sophisticated Grand Lux Cafe at Roosevelt Field Mall offers an expansive menu that can rival any of the best American diners. There is literally something on the menu to satisfy everyone, from the typical burgers, sandwiches and salads, to seafood,...

Governor Hochul & Murphy’s $7 Billion Dollar Penn Station Redevelopment Boondoogle Does Nothing For Riders At Platform Level Waiting For A Train

The renovation of Penn Station, estimated to cost around $7 billion, may include consolidating the concourse waiting area into one level, constructing more escalators, stairwells, elevators and entrances and connecting Penn and Herald Square with a new underground pedestrian corridor. Here is...

Devin Way: Genuine and Ready to Soar

In the course of interviewing people, you meet a lot of people, talk to a lot of people, hear a lot of stories and have to decipher a lot of information and make judgments on various subjects. After doing it for...

Leapin’ Lizards

Lurking in my chopped wood pile, on my cool concrete landing and in the ivy canopy of my backyard in New Hyde Park are dozens of little lizards, Italian wall lizards to be exact. The experience catches me off guard each...

Is Your Backyard Summer Ready?

In the warm months of summer, backyards become our outdoor living rooms. We hang out on the patio, barbeque, and enjoy time with friends and family. Although outdoor décor is often thought of as a table and chairs and maybe a...

Kerouac At 100: The Road Goes On…And On

It’s 2022 and “the twos” have it. First, the centennial of Ulysses, then The Wasteland and now that of Jack Kerouac (1922-1969), the famed novelist of On The Road, a prolific author who briefly called Long Island home. In the early 1960s,...

Gridiron Greatness In America’s First Suburb

Forthcoming documentary chronicles ‘70s midget football juggernaut It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. So it went in Levittown circa 1971 and 1972, when the Red Devils, a 27-member traveling team of football players ranging from the...

Governor Hochul & Murphy’s $7 Billion Dollar Penn Station Redevelopment Boondoogle Does Nothing For Riders At Platform Level Waiting For A Train

The renovation of Penn Station, estimated to cost around $7 billion, may include consolidating the concourse waiting area into one level, constructing more escalators, stairwells, elevators...

Syosset Principal Launching 50th College Admissions Process Podcast Episode  

Syosset High School Principal, Dr. John Durante, launched a podcast in February with the goal of providing insights straight from college admission professionals of top national...

Martin Freeman’s Fave Punk Bands

It all started with a dream for Martin Freeman. That was the seed planted for Breeders, a British-American dark comedy about parenting co-created by the British...

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Governor Hochul & Murphy’s $7 Billion Dollar Penn Station Redevelopment Boondoogle Does Nothing For Riders At Platform Level Waiting For A Train

The renovation of Penn Station, estimated to cost around $7 billion, may include consolidating the concourse waiting area into one level, constructing more escalators,...

Great Places To Take Pictures On Long Island

Long Island basically has it all—cute villages, historic monuments, grassy parks, nature preserves, lakes and rivers, and surrounding it all is miles and miles...

A Sophisticated Diner Experience: Grand Menu Offerings At Grand Lux Cafe

The sophisticated Grand Lux Cafe at Roosevelt Field Mall offers an expansive menu that can rival any of the best American diners. There is...

Fireworks Displays Around Long Island

Click here for LIW's listing of 2018 fireworks displays The below list is from 2017. There are dozens of spectacular fireworks displays around the Island this...

Events At The Long Island Children’s Museum Aug. 22 To Sept. 1

Visitors to the Long Island Children’s Museum this week can explore the world of science, learn about mixed-up animals, get in the kitchen, whip...

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A Sophisticated Diner Experience: Grand Menu Offerings At Grand Lux Cafe

The sophisticated Grand Lux Cafe at Roosevelt Field Mall offers an expansive menu that can rival any of the best American diners. There is...

Syosset Principal Launching 50th College Admissions Process Podcast Episode  

Syosset High School Principal, Dr. John Durante, launched a podcast in February with the goal of providing insights straight from college admission professionals of...

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Leapin’ Lizards

Lurking in my chopped wood pile, on my cool concrete landing and in the ivy canopy of my backyard in New Hyde Park are...

Is Your Backyard Summer Ready?

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