Tag: Long Island
Jacob “Kobi” Alexander was indicted more than 10 years ago but had fled to Namibia, a country in southwest Africa, with his family, to evade prosecution, authorities said.
A former Nassau County police commander surrendered Thursday morning to county jail to begin serving his 60-day sentence after he was convicted of helping cover up a burglary, officials told the Press.
Woodbury-based Buglino Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery utilizes the latest, cutting-edge technologies and techniques to provide patients with an unparalleled level of professionalism, expertise and high-quality plastic surgery services. Headed by Dr. Anthony Buglino, this extraordinary practice specializes in all varieties of plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgery, including facial rejuvenation, breast surgery, body contouring, corrective surgery and non-surgical enhancements. It’s also home to a medical spa, offering chemical peels, HydraFacial, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatments and laser treatments.
Long Island is home to plenty of delicious vegetarian restaurants guaranteed to please both carnivores and herbivores alike. Below is a list-in-progress of some of the Vegetarian and Vegan restaurants on Long Island, including others that may serve meat but also feature vegetarian, vegan and/or gluten-free menu options.
The actor best known for playing FBI Agent Fox Mulder on The X-Files is holding off on chasing TV aliens and strapping on a guitar as he takes his band on the road to promote his debut rock album, crash-landing at The Paramount in Huntington on Thursday, Feb. 23.
Joel Grey, award-winning star of stage and screen, presents a special screening of "Cabaret," a 1972 film that featured his breakthrough role as the sexually ambiguous Emcee of a Berlin nightclub on the eve of Hitler's rise to power.
Besides protest, grassroots groups have emerged in the wake of the election in opposition to the new administration’s policies and with the hope of keeping pressure on elected officials.
A former Wall Street banker and North Merrick native was sentenced Friday to 3 years in federal prison for insider trading for tipping off his father and a co-defendant to information about five health care company mergers and acquisitions before they were publicly announced.