Central Islip, NYNewsday

Man fatally shot outside Central Islip restaurant, police say

A man is dead and another is in custody after a dispute between two acquaintances in Central Islip ended with one being shot, police said. Authorities said the shooting occurred outside Mi Nuevo Encanto, a restaurant and bar at 65 Carleton Avenue, just after 1 a.m. Monday. Suffolk County Police...
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Suffolk County, NYNBC New York

4-Year-Old Boy Wounded in Long Island Drive-By Shooting

A stray bullet came flying through a Long Island home Saturday night and struck a 4-year-old boy, police in Suffolk County say. The child was inside the North Bay Shore residence around 7 p.m. when the bullet came into the window and hit the boy's leg, authorities say. He was...
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Suffolk County, NYdailyvoice.com

Know Them? Four Wanted For Stealing From Suffolk Target, Police Say

Police are asking the public for help locating and identifying four people accused of stealing merchandise from a Long Island Target. Suffolk County Police said the incident happened at about 9:35 p.m. on Sunday, July 4, at the Target located at 2975 Horseblock Road in Farmingville. Police said the suspects fled the scene with assorted merchandise in a white Range Rover.
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Suffolk County, NYaudacy.com

Man arrested in fatal shooting outside Long Island bar

New York (WCBS 880) —A Long Island man has been arrested in connection to a fatal shooting outside a Central Islip bar early Monday morning. Ismael Rodriguez-Rosado, 27, allegedly killed German Ramirez, 31, at Mi Nuevo Encanto after the two had gotten into an argument at the Dominican watering hole, Suffolk County police said.
Bridgehampton, NYdwell.com

An Undulating Roof Flows Across the Barn-Like Modules of a Striking Long Island Home

A triangular courtyard nestles at the center of Six Square House by Young Projects, which features a dynamic, swooping roofline. For this project in Bridgehampton, New York, local firm Young Projects wanted to combine a little something old with a little something new. The architects, who wanted the main residence to sit in contrast with the property’s existing 1850 farmhouse, "started with the simple vernacular typology of a barn," says Bryan Young, founder and co-principal of the firm.
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East Hampton, NYELLE DECOR

ELLE DECOR to Present Annual East Hampton Historical Society Luncheon

ELLE DECOR is pleased to present the annual East Hampton Historical Society luncheon on August 12, an event that brings together some of the most celebrated voices in design to benefit local preservation efforts. This year, ELLE DECOR A-List designer David Netto will interview landscape architect Perry Guillot, known for...
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A big birthday for the Big Duck

The Big Duck, the historic roadside icon on Flanders Road, celebrated its 90th birthday Saturday with an event hosted by Friends of the Big Duck, the landmark’s stewardship organization. The 28-foot tall, wood-framed, concrete duck originally stood on a duck farm off West Main Street, where it was built in...
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Ina Garten Just Shared Her Favorite Places To Visit In The Hamptons

Just mention the Hamptons and you can't help but think of Ina Garten. She's as inextricably linked with the beach haven as is its reputation for being the getaway destination of choice for celebrities and wealthy alike. Garten first made her mark on the Hamptons in the late 70s, when on a whim she and her husband Jeffrey purchased a specialty foods shop (via Food Network). Over the next two decades she grew the small shop into a foodie destination for specialty products, imported delicacies, and freshly made foods including breads, salads, and entrees.
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Branford, CTNew Haven Register

Looking for last-minute summer activities? Spots available in Shoreline camps

Summer may be coming to a close soon as children prepare to head back to the classroom, but programs along the Shoreline still have openings for kids to enjoy one last hurrah. Spots are still available in Branford’s Summer Enrichment Afternoon Program, which runs from Aug. 2 to 13 from 11:30 to 4 p.m. Participants must be enrolled in the Board of Education Summer Enrichment program.
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Greenport, NYnorthforker.com

7 upscale Long Island restaurants with luxe patios

Outdoor dining has always been a summer pastime on Long Island. But last year, the pandemic made it a safer way to eat out, allowing restaurants that already had tricked-out patios to introduce diners to their food, views and good vibes. And other restaurants used the pandemic as a reason to upgrade their outdoor space, adding fire pits and chandeliers to enhance the dining experience.
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Southampton, NYdanspapers.com

Recipe: Thomas Bogia’s Manna Clam Chowder

Get our Hamptons Insider newsletters delivered direct to you. Chef Thomas Bogia of Southampton’s Manna Restaurant at the Lobster Inn offers Dan’s Papers readers simple instructions for making his delicious New England-style clam chowder. Ingredients:. 1/2 lb bacon. 1/2 lb butter. 3 cloves garlic. 1 cup white wine. 3 white...
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One Minute on the North Fork: Get lost at Peconic River Herb Farm

Cris Spindler launched Peconic River Herb Farm 35 years ago and it remains a visually stunning option for buying plants on the North Fork. Its somewhat hidden location off River Road in Calverton means not everyone has discovered it, but once they do they often return. Today, the family run...
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