Princess Ariel Among Dogs Up for Adoption at Long Island Shelters

The spotlight is on Princess Ariel, Rocky and Moose this week as these three lovely pooches are all available for adoption and eager to find their forever home.

Historic Victorian Near Downtown Sayville Asks $1.1M

This beautiful, historic Victorian offering an amazing opportunity to customize your own house on one of the most desirable blocks in Sayville is listed for sale on Handsome Ave.

After Decade of Reinvention, Patchogue Once Again a Seaside Gem

Whether spending the day or just passing through, here's where to go and what to see in the resurgent South Shore village.

Long Island Toasts Oktoberfest

To fall, malt and one helluva royal wedding!

Long Island Advocates Urge Congress to Spare Wild Horses

wild horses
They oppose a controversial proposal that would authorize euthanizing thousands of mustangs that were rounded up on federal land in the West.

Best of Long Island Spotlight: Top Farm Stand

Harvest season is back, which means it’s time to drive out to the farm stands on the East End of Long Island, but which ones are worth the trip is the question.

Frank’s Place: Lloyd Wright’s Solo Long Island Project Remains at Ease With Itself

Frank Lloyd Wright
The Rebhuhn House, as it’s known, is Frank Lloyd Wright’s sole Long Island project, but singularity is not its only charm.

Le Diner en Blanc to Make Long Island Debut

Le Dîner en Blanc
The annual pop-up picnic held in cities worldwide arrives Oct. 6, with one catch: the time and location are secret until those lucky enough to be invited meet at pre-event rendezvous points.

Luxurious Woodmere Colonial Asks $2.4M

Imported stone and smart home technology are just some of the many amenities in this house listed for sale in the sought-after Saddle Ridge section of Woodmere.

High on The Hog: Building a World Class Charcuterie Board

Charcuterie is not as offal a thing as you might have heard.

Rise in Anti-Semitism Debated at LIU Conference

The trend was the focus of “The State of Anti-Semitism: Local and Global,” a conference hosted Sept. 13 by The Global Institute at LIU Post, where about 400 people came to learn about and discuss the issue.

Israel: Life After Congress? Better Pizza

Now I’m home for good, but that doesn’t mean that politics has completely escaped me.