The Way Forward: An Unconventional Way to Usher in a Progressive Agenda

National Popular Vote Movement
OpEd: What if we progressives were to lead a movement that involved taking the woke among us and physically move to parts of the country where congressional and state legislative seats can be easily flipped?

Daily Show Pokes Fun at Shinnecock Hamptons Monument Fracas

Michael Kosta ended his Daily Show Shinnecock segment by taking an ad out on the monument urging Hamptons-bound drivers to "relax, and enjoy your stolen land."
The Shinnecock Indian Nation’s recent controversial construction of an electronic monument in Hampton Bays got the Comedy Central treatment in a satirical segment that aired this week on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah.

3 New Restaurants To Try on Long Island

LI's newest dining scene additions include Gerardi’s Bar and Grill in Hauppauge, IT BGL in Oyster Bay, and Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea in Smithtown.

Retired NYPD Commander and Rockville Centre Resident John Keenan, Who Led Son of Sam Probe, Dies

John Keenan, the retired New York City Police chief of detectives from Rockville Centre who led the investigation of Son of Sam serial killer David Berkowitz in 1977, died Thursday. He was 99.

Long Island Concerts & Events September 20-22

T.J. Miller cracks up The Paramount, Lana Del Ray serenades Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Lettuce brings the funk to The Space at Westbury, and much more to see and do this weekend on Long Island!

Dog in Shelter 2 Years Among Pets Up For Adoption on Long Island

These amazing dogs and cats are ready as ever to go home with you today.

HIA-LI Honors Long Island’s Leading Businesses

Long Island's top businesses were honored Thursday for their leadership during the Hauppauge Industrial Association's 25th annual Business Achievement Awards at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury.

Oktoberfest Fun Returns to Long Island

Here on Long Island there will be plenty of Oktoberfest fun beginning this weekend, with lots of German beer and food along with chances to prove your strength and ability to withstand pain in Stein-holding contests.    

Measles Case Reported in Nassau

Nassau County’s second case of measles in an adult this year has been confirmed, health officials said Thursday. 

CEOs Building Habitat For Humanity of Suffolk’s 200th House

Chief executive officers of several local companies are building Habitat for Humanity of Suffolk’s 200th home.

LightEmUp: New Online Forum Boosts The Benevolent

Raising awareness of charitable causes while celebrating the young organizers behind them is a new nonprofit online platform called LightEmUp that will both amplify advocates’ voices and create scholarships for them.

Bellmore Colonial Built From Jones Beach Water Tower Bricks Asks $739,000

This nostalgia-inducing Colossal Colonial featuring the original wood, brick, and stone used to build the Jones Beach water tower is listed for sale in Bellmore.