Dropping Of The Roses Keeps The Memory Alive

Pearl Harbor Day given its due via longstanding memorial event When the Japanese Imperial Japanese Navy Service made a surprise military strike on the United States at the naval base at Pearl Harbor at 8 a.m. on Sunday, December 7, 1941, more...

Page-Turning Gifts

Nothing says the holiday season is upon us more than a slew of new releases in the world of books. And this year is no different, so snuggle up with a cup of hot cocoa by the fireplace and get ready...

When Service For MTA LIRR East Side Access To Grand Central Madison Begins There Will Still Be Outstanding Work To Be Completed

The MTA’s inability to provide a specific date for start of service to Grand Central Madison other than by the end of 2022 is dishonest. There is a specific agreed upon revenue service date in both the amended Federal Transit Administration...

Northwell Health’s Constellation Gala Raises More Than $3.7M To Support Healthcare Innovation

More than $3.7 million was recently raised at Northwell Health’s annual Constellation Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The event celebrates the philanthropic support that propels innovation throughout Northwell Health and transforms health care across the country. This year’s event...

Jimmy Smits’ Fave Acting Influences

With a storied line of crime procedurals under his belt ranging from a guest shot on Miami Vice and a major role on L.A. Law to starring in NYPD Blue and the late lamented Bluff City Law, Jimmy Smits wasn’t looking...

Town Of Hempstead Partners With New York Islanders To Rename Street At UBS Arena To NY Islanders Way

Celebrating the partnered legacy between America’s largest township and the New York Islanders, Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin joined with Islanders co-owner Jon Ledecky and UBS Arena President Kim Stone to officially rename Red Road—a heavily traversed road next to the...

Rupert Holmes’ Fave Theatrical Productions

When the pandemic hit, Tony Award-winning playwright Rupert Holmes saw COVID-19 shut down the theatrical world on a broad scale. Closer to home, productions of his including a West End run Curtains, which was coming off a successful 2019 holiday run,...

The Bard Of Hook Lane

How Levittown shaped Rupert Holmes’ early years At the age of 75, Rupert Holmes has led a rich and successful creative life that’s found him leaving his mark on the worlds of pop music, Broadway, publishing and television. Most people know him...

Page-Turning Gifts

Nothing says the holiday season is upon us more than a slew of new releases in the world of books. And this year is no different,...

What Did We Name Our Boats In 2022?

Now that recreational boating is coming to a close in much of the country, BoatUS takes a look back at the Top 10 boat names ordered this...

Shimmering Solstice Returns To Old Westbury Gardens

Be prepared to be enchanted by magical light displays and seasonal soundtracks that are set along Old Westbury Gardens’ beautiful paths that will lead you through...

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Shimmering Solstice Returns To Old Westbury Gardens

Be prepared to be enchanted by magical light displays and seasonal soundtracks that are set along Old Westbury Gardens’ beautiful paths that will lead...

Patrick Simons Serves With Next Generation Of Warfighters

A Westbury native is serving in the U.S. Navy where naval aviators learn the skills they need to fly missions around the world. Lieutenant Junior...

Town Of Hempstead Partners With New York Islanders To Rename Street At UBS Arena To NY Islanders Way

Celebrating the partnered legacy between America’s largest township and the New York Islanders, Hempstead Town Supervisor Don Clavin joined with Islanders co-owner Jon Ledecky...

When Service For MTA LIRR East Side Access To Grand Central Madison Begins There Will Still Be Outstanding Work To Be Completed

The MTA’s inability to provide a specific date for start of service to Grand Central Madison other than by the end of 2022 is...

American Airpower Museum Hosts Honor Flight Reunion: December 3

American Airpower Museum will host an Honor Flight Long Island Reunion on Dec. 3 to celebrate one WWII, 22 Korean and 27 Vietnam War...

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The patchwork of beach towns, villages and hamlets that make up Islip Town represents some of the most historic communities on the whole of...

Army Sergeant James Rotunno Accounted For From WWII

The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) announced today that U.S. Army Staff Sgt. James Rotunno, 27, of Brooklyn, killed during World War II, was...

Shimmering Solstice Returns To Old Westbury Gardens

Be prepared to be enchanted by magical light displays and seasonal soundtracks that are set along Old Westbury Gardens’ beautiful paths that will lead...

New Bill Ensures Reserved Beds For Veterans

Last week, Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation (A.6551/S.2238) to establish a reserved bed day policy for people residing in New York State Veterans’ Homes....

Patrick Simons Serves With Next Generation Of Warfighters

A Westbury native is serving in the U.S. Navy where naval aviators learn the skills they need to fly missions around the world. Lieutenant Junior...
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