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Friday, August 1, 2014
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Our beloved dog Kirby died last week. She was a yellow lab mix adopted from the North Shore Animal League 16 years ago. A long life— but not nearly long enough for us. My three sons named her after the baseball player, Kirby Puckett. Never mind that she was a female. To say we’re devastated is an understatement. The house feels empty; someone is missing. Why is the loss of a pet so painful? I guess it’s because she was a member of the family who gave no-strings-attached, unconditional love and loyalty without expecting anything in return. more
The two former primary opponents appeared together at a monthly meeting for local clergy at the Long Island Marriot in Uniondale, where Abrahams announced his endorsement. more
If there’s an illegal apartment on your West Hempstead block and you don’t want to go on record as the complainant, the West Hempstead Community Support Association wants to be your voice. It will even remove your name permanently from the complaint and attach its name to it. more
William Wegmann’s car, color and number hasn’t changed in the two and a half decades he’s been competing at Riverhead Raceway, but this year called for some special artwork to be added to his 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass. more
It’s a typical Thursday in the thick of a hot summer afternoon in Malverne, but activity on Crossroads Farm is bustling. Set up on the farm are over a dozen vendors selling everything from fresh product to homemade jams, specialty coffees, cheeses and more. “We have the farmers market here on Thursdays from 1:00 - 6:30 p.m.,” said Lona Graepel of Long Island Farmers Markets. Ms. Graepel organizes the farmers market for Crossroads Farm at Grossmann’s and other locations throughout Long Island. more
Nearly two years after Hurricane Sandy, the Jones Beach State Park staff — with the help of the Federal Emergency Management Agency — has not only repaired, but revived the world-famous attraction. more
Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
Music fills in the air in the City by the Sea, on Friday, with some dynamic contemporary jazz ensembles. more
Dee Snider has been known to surprise his fans, but seeing his name paired with Shakespeare’s will certainly raise some eyebrows. The Twisted Sister frontman and Baldwin native is not producing your average off-Broadway Shakespearean production. more
Raagini Restaurant is intimate and charming, a narrow space lined with small tables. more
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