Calendar of Events From October 27 to November 14

Here is a selection of happenings in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, October 27 Avoiding Senior Scams Senator Jim Gaughran will host a virtual senior scams event to be held in partnership with the New York State Attorney General’s Office. The event...

Climbing The Career Path To Television Success

Hicksville High School alum nabs Emmy wins When Roman Feeser was a television-obsessed kid, news made its way into his viewing diet and one of his favorite people to watch was Jane Pauley on the Today Show. Feeser’s devotion to Pauley was...

Monkees Farewell Tour: Signing Off On The Prefab Four

Another pop music chapter seems to be closing out as Monkees surviving members Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz are wrapping up a Farewell Tour whose first leg was completed back in 2019 before COVID-19 shut all live music touring down. With...

VFW Announces The Following Youth Scholarship Programs

Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest • Open to all middle school students in the 6th, 7th and 8th Grades • Public, private, parochial or home school • Students must draft a 300–400-word typewritten essay, expressing their views based on a patriotic theme chosen by the...

Truer Food: You Are What You Eat

If you’re searching for a dining experience with a menu packed full of healthy choices, look no further than one of the newer venues, True Food Kitchen, located at the west side entrance of Roosevelt Field Mall. This healthy, but casual...

Modern American Masquerading As Steakhouse: Chef continues to awe with seasonal surprises

For more than 147 years, the Garden City Hotel has continuously delivered exceptional service and style. It’s a landmark and an iconic retreat beloved for its timeless elegance, modern-day comfort, its hospitality and of course, first-class culinary offerings. Legendary Chef David Burke...

Gold Coast Rich In Slavic Heritage

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Rolling For PTSD Awareness

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Leathernecks Host Annual Benefit

The Leathernecks MC Long Island chapter led by President Frank Danetra hosted its 20th anniversary motorcycle run. This run benefits veterans in the Northport Veterans hospital....

VFW Announces The Following Youth Scholarship Programs

Patriot’s Pen Essay Contest • Open to all middle school students in the 6th, 7th and 8th Grades • Public, private, parochial or home school • Students must draft...

Gold Coast Rich In Slavic Heritage

With dreams of a better life for themselves and their families, Polish immigrants began arriving in Port Washington in the 1870s, most of them coming through...

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Monkees Farewell Tour: Signing Off On The Prefab Four

Another pop music chapter seems to be closing out as Monkees surviving members Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz are wrapping up a Farewell Tour...

Modern American Masquerading As Steakhouse: Chef continues to awe with seasonal surprises

For more than 147 years, the Garden City Hotel has continuously delivered exceptional service and style. It’s a landmark and an iconic retreat beloved...

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...

Rolling For PTSD Awareness

On Sunday, Oct. 10, dozens of members of Rolling Thunder New York Chapter 6, led by Chapter President William Byrne, assembled at the Marine...

Tips For Health Insurance Open Enrollment

As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s now more important than ever for people to prepare for their health insurance open enrollment period and...

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Leathernecks Host Annual Benefit

The Leathernecks MC Long Island chapter led by President Frank Danetra hosted its 20th anniversary motorcycle run. This run benefits veterans in the Northport...

Truer Food: You Are What You Eat

If you’re searching for a dining experience with a menu packed full of healthy choices, look no further than one of the newer venues,...

Tips For Health Insurance Open Enrollment

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Modern American Masquerading As Steakhouse: Chef continues to awe with seasonal surprises

For more than 147 years, the Garden City Hotel has continuously delivered exceptional service and style. It’s a landmark and an iconic retreat beloved...

Gold Coast Rich In Slavic Heritage

With dreams of a better life for themselves and their families, Polish immigrants began arriving in Port Washington in the 1870s, most of them...
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