Mount Sinai South Nassau salutes veterans for their service

Mount Sinai South Nassau held its annual Veterans Day celebration on Sept. 3 to express gratitude and appreciation for the valor and service of its employees and residents who have served in the US …

Debra Mulé returns for another term

It was all cheers at The Garden City from officials, family members and friends, celebrating Debra Mulé’s re-election to the Nassau County Legislature. This will be the Democrat’s fourth term …

Mount Sinai South Nassau breast cancer survivor shares her story

Hope filled Mount Sinai South Nassau’s conference center on Oct. 24th as breast cancer survivor Angela Santopolo, 33, gave a breathtaking and inspiring testimony of her breast cancer journey, and …

JCC to show late film star Robin Williams’ documentary on dementia

To highlight one form of dementia, the Friedberg JCC in Oceanside will host a screening of the film “Spark,” whose subject is the late actor Robin Williams, on Nov. 13 at 4 p.m. The film …

Photos: Island Park Library hosts’ first car show

A collection of new, cassic,sports and retro cars parked on display as the Island Park Library held it’s first car show on Nov. 4

Randi Kreiss

World news not fit to print or post

Try not to consume the horrific war news out of Israel with your family dinner.


‘Never again’ is right now

I unequivocally condemn the horrifying and despicable terrorist attacks launched by Hamas on innocent Israeli civilians on Oct. 7. I am overwhelmed with admiration for the bravery . . .


Legislators in Albany need to tackle the migrant crisis

New York City is home to many famous landmarks and attractions, but what people associate with New York today is the migrant crisis, a growing and complex problem with statewide consequences.


Surviving, and thriving, after breast cancer

Twenty years ago, I became one of the more than 4 million women in America who are breast cancer survivors.

Randi Kreiss

Chimps face N.Y. court test of ‘personhood’

Chimpanzee stories invite cheap shots, jokes and memories of J. Fredd Muggs (a regular on “The Today Show”), but the true story of these primates in modern times is both shameful and tragic.