Between the East End farms, local fisheries and many creative cooks on Long Island, there are plenty more local food-filled fairs that guarantee upcoming weekends of fun, games and deliciousness. Some of the most popular local food fairs of the year haven't been scheduled yet, including the Greenlawn Pickle Festival, several apple festivals and the annual pumpkin festival. Mark the calendar: here’s 10 classic LI food fests for each month through October.
The partial remains of a dead humpback whale were found floating in the waters off Westhampton over the weekend, marine biologists said. Southampton Town Bay Constables towed the carcass, initially sighted approximately a half mile off of Fish Creek in Remsenburg, to the end of South Bay Avenue so team of biologists from the Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation could examine the remains on Saturday afternoon, officials said.
Chris Isaak serenades NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Pat Benatar and Bush rock The Paramount, The Fab Faux take The Space at Westbury on a trip down memory lane, local tough guy Mick Foley cracks up The Brokerage in Bellmore, among so much more amazing concerts and events to see and do this week all across Long Island!
Robby Krieger of The Doors rocks The Paramount, Kool & the Gang plays NYCB Theatre at Westbury and the Long Island Marathon returns, plus much more to do on Long Island this weekend!
Marine biologists are investigating the discovery of an estimated 25-foot-long dead humpback whale found that was floating in Napeague Bay in Amagansett over the weekend, officials said. East Hampton town bay constables received the initial report on Sunday, the U.S. Coast Guard members stationed in Montauk confirmed its location off Cranberry Hole Road on Monday and experts with the nonprofit Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation responded Tuesday to take samples, officials said.
Guitar hero Joe Satriani rocks Tilles Center, Patti LaBelle serenades NYCB Theatre at Westbury, The Cult returns to The Paramount and much more to do on LI this week!
Retired Suffolk County Sheriff's Office investigator Ed Walsh swindled taxpayers by going on golf outings, sitting at poker tables and attending political meetings instead of performing his duties as a lieutenant, prosecutors alleged Wednesday during opening arguments at the Suffolk County Conservative Party chairman's federal fraud trial.