Getting Over The Hurdle Of At-Home Fitness

Personal training brought to you So, this thing called a pandemic hit, about this time, last year. For avid gym-goers, a year away from the...

The State Of The Governor

‘Pandemic honeymoon’ over, Cuomo fights for his political life Every political sexual scandal is unique. And yet there are patterns that repeat themselves whenever an...

Country Superstar Eric Church Heading To UBS Arena In December

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Calendar of Events July 28 to August 14

Here is a select list of events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, July 28 What the Ambassador Saw Dr. Thorin Tritter, the museum and programming director at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County, will discuss the diary...

How To Achieve The Perfect At-Home Tan

Is there something keeping you from achieving the tan you want this summer? Perhaps it’s the pesky rainy weather, or too much time in the office and not enough time outside. If you nodded your head to the above—then read on....

Osteria Morini Brings Regional Flavor To Long Island

First impressions go a long way. From the moment you pass through the threshold at one of the newer dining experiences at Roosevelt Field Mall, the relaxed ambience of Osteria Morini feels rustic, casual and friendly, which is exactly what the...

Hometown Distiller Returns To Roots

“Tim, your vodka is quite possibly a felony,” a close friend and Sea Cliff native said to Tim Kelly five years ago after tasting his surprisingly delicious recipe for a sugarcane based spirit. In the early days of his pursuit, he was...

Operating At The Crossroads Of Reality And Fiction

What does an extremely accomplished scientist, cardiologist and inventor do when he wants to indulge his passion for art, jazz and writing? If you’re Dr. Todd Cohen, you jump off from penning medical articles and books and dive head-long into taking...

Calendar of Events July 20 to August 1

Here is a selection of happenings in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Tuesday, July 20 Launch Flight Watch Party Blue Origin will fly its 16th New Shephard flight to space and its first with astronauts on board, including Amazon founder and former CEO...

All It Takes Is One

Even tropical storms can wreak havoc The two most destructive weather events in recent history on Long Island weren’t even hurricanes. Sandy (2012) and Isaias (2020) were downgraded to tropical storms by the time they swept over our area, having lost the...

Dog Parks And Your Dog

By Harriet Meyers Dog parks are fenced-in, outdoor grounds designated for off-leash dog play. There are many variations, some safer and more pleasurable than others for your dog. Also, like any other social activity, it’s important for dog owners to know basic...

Oyster Bay Plans August 3 Fireworks

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board invite residents to celebrate our nation at “Celebrate America,” the town’s upcoming free Grucci Fireworks Show...

Calendar of Events July 28 to August 14

Here is a select list of events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, July 28 What the Ambassador Saw Dr. Thorin Tritter, the museum and programming...

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Calendar of Events July 28 to August 14

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Sobriety’s Pied Piper

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Calendar of Events, June 16-27

Here is a sampling of the happenings in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, June 16 Bird Walk Hosted by the North Shore Audubon Society at the Nassau County Museum of Art from 9:30 a.m. to noon....

County To Offer Summer Entertainment Series

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran announced a full slate of free events this summer, starting with a lineup of rockin’ summer concerts at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park (Field 6). The Saturday...

Police Trailblazer Is Memorialized

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The Black Crowes Take Flight Again

When Chris and Rich Robinson made the November 2019 announcement that the Black Crowes were reuniting, it represented a reconciliation between the siblings after the band was blown up in 2015. The plan was to...

Rich Robinson’s Black Crowes Cover Faves

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Calendar of Events June 9-20

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Calendar Of Events June 3 To June 13

Here is a selection of activities and events in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Thursday, June 3 Inside the Mind of a Whale Virtual program starts at 7 p.m. at Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum. Whales rank...

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How To Achieve The Perfect At-Home Tan

Is there something keeping you from achieving the tan you want this summer? Perhaps it’s the pesky rainy weather, or too much time in...

Dog Parks And Your Dog

By Harriet Meyers Dog parks are fenced-in, outdoor grounds designated for off-leash dog play. There are many variations, some safer and more pleasurable than others...

Three Ways To Put A New Twist On An Old Home

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Love It Or Leave It

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