FOOD & DRINK
The Top 10 Craft Cocktail Bars on Long Island: A Mixologist's Paradise
Uncover the hidden gems of Long Island's cocktail scene in this meticulously curated list of the top 10 craft cocktail bars. These establishments are not just bars but spirited sanctuaries for lovers of fine, hand-crafted drinks. Join us as we navigate through an intoxicating mix of vibrant histories, innovative drink creations, and unparalleled ambiance in each of these cocktail havens. Each sip is an experience, each bar a destination unto itself.
Long Islander shatters world record for longest time living underwater
A biomedical engineering professor from Lindenhurst has broken the broken world record for the longest stretch of time spent living underwater. Currently residing in a 100-square-foot, under-the-sea bunker located in a lagoon in Key Largo, Florida, Joseph Dituri, 55, earlier this month surpassed the previous record of 73 days, set back in 2014 by two Tennessee educators. The University of South Florida professor will continue residing 30 feet below the water’s surface for another 10 days, with his heart set on reaching 100 days.
Court documents: Lantern Diner in West Hempstead in foreclosure
The diner has been in business since 1964.
Kroger customers slam supermarket for ‘zero customer service’ as grocer promises to address complaints
KROGER has promised to address an issue after a shopper complained of “absolutely zero customer service.”. The retailer was criticized by a guest who described the scene at one store as “like Kohl's on Black Friday.”. Paige is a Kroger customer who recently had a bad experience at...
Jericho Student Earns Prize in International ARTEFFECT Competition
The Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes (LMC) announced the nine winners of the 8th annual ARTEFFECT competition. The international competition challenges students to creatively interpret the stories of Unsung Heroes through original works of art accompanied by artist impact statements. LMC awarded the $6,000 Grand Prize to Celine Fong, an 11th grader at Rye Country Day School in Rye, New York. Over $10,000 in cash prizes was awarded to the eight other winning students across the high school and middle school divisions.
Made on Long Island: The Holy Black Trading Company in Lindenhurst
The company manufactures traditional hairstyling products while running their barbershop on North Northwood Avenue in Lindenhurst.
Burgerology Builds Better Burgers, Expanding Across LI and Beyond
Burgerology Builds Better Burgers, Expanding Across LI and Beyond. On a recent day, two families of five walked past the front door of Burgerology in Farmingdale with the mathematical symbol “pi” written in big, bold letters above and took their seats at tables. A few young couples sat near another wall, with Albert Einstein’s picture nearby. And an older couple sat at the bar.
Some final notes: Celebrated South Shore Symphony music director bids farewell
• Free admission; $20 per person suggested donation. • St. Agnes Cathedral, 29 Quealy Place, Rockville Centre. It’s the end of era. The South Shore Symphony’s distinguished music director and conductor Scott Jackson Wiley will pass on his baton after the orchestra’s performance at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre on Sunday.
The Benefits of Forest Bathing on Long Island
Forest bathing, also known as shinrin-yoku, is a Japanese practice of spending time in nature in a mindful way. It is believed to have a number of health benefits, including reducing stress, improving mood, and boosting the immune system. Long Island is a great place to practice forest bathing, as it is home to many beautiful forests and parks.
Seaford second graders are poets.... and they KNOW it!
They read poetry, they wrote poetry, and finally, they shared poetry. Seaford Manor Elementary School second graders had an audience for their lyrical masterpieces at a poetry café on May 16. Parents and other special guests were invited into the second grade classrooms, where each student shared an original...
No. 37: Marc Alessi – Progress Past, Present and Future
Marc Alessi may be the most diversified jewel of Long Island’s innovation crown. He’s a lawyer, ex-lawmaker, executive, entrepreneur, ace networker and – perhaps most importantly – a true visionary, with a clear notion of Long Island’s best socioeconomic destiny and a roadmap to get there.
African American Museum to be established in Huntington
An African American Museum will be coming to Huntington. It will be located on the former Naval Reserve center on Mill Dam Road on a roughly 1.5-acre parcel of town-owned land. In April, the Huntington Town Board passed a resolution to approve a 99-year lease of the property for the...
Mural of Native American chief being painted next to Massapequa High School despite state ban
A new mural of a Native American chief is being painted off school property next to Massapequa High School.
'It Was A++': New Long Island Restaurant Cited For Tasty Pizza, Fresh Pasta
A new, Instagram-worthy Long Island eatery is wowing diners with its ambiance and fresh-made dishes. Flora’s Pizza Cafe, located at 637 Jericho Turnpike in Syosset, opened its doors in March 2023.Already, the eatery has sparked a lot of buzz for its Italian dishes and cozy atmosphere. Owned and ope…
Memorial Day weekend fun along the Nautical Mile on LI
FREEPORT, N.Y. (PIX11) – Looking for something fun to do this Memorial Day weekend? PIX11’s Ben Aaron spent Friday morning on the Nautical Mile in Freeport, Long Island – a great place to enjoy some music, drinks, and delicious seafood right on the water. Watch the video player for more on this story.
Jones Beach Theater Summer 2023 Concert Schedule
Sitting in a beautiful outdoor location in Nassau County, more specifically Wantagh, Jones Beach Theater is anticipating major artists to come through their venue across the summer months of 2023, with concerts running from June 13 to September 17. Opened in 1952 as one of the two large outdoor amphitheaters...
News 12's Erin Colton takes a look at what you can expect to see at Jones Beach Theater this summer
News 12's Erin Colton checked out the venue.
Lynbrook Starbucks Workers Stage 2-Day Strike Over Memorial Day Weekend
Lynbrook Starbucks Workers Stage 2-Day Strike Over Memorial Day Weekend. Starbucks baristas at the unionized Lynbrook location went on strike for two days over Memorial Day weekend, according to their union, Starbucks Workers United. The striking Starbucks employees walked off the job, located at 839 Sunrise Hwy., at 3 p.m....
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