Long Island Concerts & Events April 22-25

The late Frank Zappa's hologram performs with his original band at The Paramount, the Longines Masters of New York comes to the coliseum, and much more to see and do this week on Long Island!

Taking Nassau from Worst to First on Ethics and Transparency

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OpEd: My compliance team is moving full-steam ahead on my anti-corruption agenda

Chef Michael Meehan: Making Culinary Music

Meehan is the chef/partner at farm-to-table restaurant River Road American Bistro in Oyster Bay, a chef/partner at barbecue restaurant Radio Radio in downtown Huntington and also chef at neighboring Vauxhall, also in Huntington, which Meehan describes as a Brooklyn-style, punk rock burger bar.

‘Stranger Things’ Plagiarism Allegations Get Trail Date

The creators of the Long Island-inspired Netflix hit series Stranger Things have been accused of ripping off the plot in a lawsuit that a judge set a trial date for next month.

New, Improved Blue Point Brewery Opens To Public

Blue Point Brewing Company's much-anticipated new brewery opened to the public this week in its expanded location in downtown Patchogue.

19 Inventions That Long Island Gave The World

The A List: From anti-theft clothing tags to wireless radio, Long Island has long been a hot bed of invention and innovation.

Long Island Concerts & Events April 19-21

38 Special rocks The Paramount, Stars on Ice skate to NYCB Live Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, and much more to see and do on Long Island this weekend!

Cold Spring Harbor: From Whaling Hub to Science Legend

The hamlet evolved into a charming bedroom community with a surprising amount of local attractions, considering its relatively small 3.9-square-mile footprint.

John Philip Sousa’s Former Sands Point Home Asks $9.4M

This extraordinary waterfront estate known as Wildbank that was the former home of "The Stars and Stripes Forever" composer John Philip Sousa is listed for sale in the Village of Sands Point.

Dog in Shelter Since 2017 Among Pets Up For Adoption on Long Island

Spring has sprung so why not hop on down to your local animal rescue or shelter and adopt a new best friend today?

Customs Agent From Long Island Stole Cash From Passengers, Feds Say

A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer from East Meadow was arrested Thursday for allegedly stealing at least $10,000 from passengers' bags he searched at John F. Kennedy International Airport over the past year, federal prosecutors said.

New Mobile Recovery Unit Removes Treatment Barriers

"A mobile unit bypasses a lot of the red tape and allows people direct access to support, counseling, and transportation to treatment,” says Dr. Sal Raichbach.