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Family recipes that inspire the wonderful breads and confections at Mario’s Bakery have been passed on from generation to generation for over a century. more
Q. We watch Home and Garden Television almost every night, and they have interesting projects, but we notice that they don’t have architects or building permits, or they don’t really mention that very often. more
Exhibits and more... The George W. Bush Presidency: Points of PerspectiveAn original exhibition focusing on seven points of impact to the nation that required responses and decisions from the … more
Occasionally, maybe once every 300 years, France actually does something that is intuitively correct, progressive and ethically enlightened. more
In 2014 alone, PSEG, the utility company contracted by the Long Island Power Authority, increased rates seven times. Enough is enough. more
Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo could not have picked a better time to reveal their views on work-related emails. Last week was the 10th anniversary of Sunshine Week . . . more
In observance of Women’s History Month, we thought it would be fitting to highlight some notable women who were instrumental in shaping the world of communication, especially in the newspaper industry. more
For the fifth consecutive year, fifth graders at Island Park Lincoln Orens Middle School helped with a community blood drive. These students participate in the Little Doctors Program, where teachers engage them in learning about the circulatory system and the emergencies that necessitate the need for blood donations. more
The Island Park Business and Residential Chamber held its 2nd annual Party like Leprechaun event March 15. Over 150 children and adults enjoyed food and entertainment. More than 40 donations were … more
Agent and songwriter Albert Peterson finds himself in trouble when rock n’ roll superstar Conrad Birdie is drafted into the Army. Albert’s secretary and sweetheart, Rosie Alvarez, devise a publicity stunt to have Birdie record and perform a song before he is sent overseas. They plan to have Birdie travel to a small Ohio town and sing Albert’s new song “One Last Kiss” and give one lucky girl from his fan club a kiss on the Ed Sullivan Show before entering the Army. more
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