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Epicurean Powerhouse

Say, “The Union” to any foodie on Long Island and they are mostly likely already familiar with Chef Tom Gloster’s continued track record at his newest success inside Eisenhower Park. The Union and its Trahanas Hospitality team, headed by Gloster, are quickly establishing their venue with solid legs, removing the

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Sip And Celebrate With Gray Whale Gin

This Mother’s Day, treat Mom to a delightful surprise with a gin-based cocktail crafted just for her. With its botanical notes and refreshing flavors, gin adds a sophisticated twist to any celebration. Whether she prefers a classic gin and tonic garnished with fresh herbs or a floral gin fizz kissed

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From Subway Cars To Gallery Walls

The 1980s downtown NYC art and street art scene was a vibrant, transformative period, marked by an explosion of creativity against a backdrop of urban decay. This era saw the emergence of pioneering street artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, and Kenny Scharf, who moved from subway cars and city

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Harmonious Maestro

At 25, Leonard Bernstein protégé John Bayless made his Carnegie Hall debut performing “Rhapsody in Blue.” At 54, a left-brain stroke immobilized his entire right side. Bayless’s magical “first act” disappeared. On Sunday, May 19, at 7 p.m. Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington will present Long Islander Stewart

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Oyster Bay: A Golden Gem

Sailing on the North Shore of Long Island offers a remarkable experience, where the blue waters of Long Island Sound meet the green coastline. Sailors glide gracefully along the gentle breezes, navigating past historic lighthouses and charming seaside villages. The coastline’s rugged beauty provides a picturesque backdrop as seafarers revel

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