Moms To Cuomo: Legalize Marijuana To Protect Our Kids

OpEd: Let's regulate marijuana and get drug dealers and gangs away from our kids.

Housing Inequity Hurts All Long Islanders

OpEd: Segregation harms our communities by limiting equity in fair housing choice and perpetuating other community problems, such as disparities in education and health.

Taking A Page From The Old Daily Long Island Press

OpEd: It’s a thrill writing a column for the Long Island Press again after all these years. For it was at the original Long Island Press where I started writing a column decades ago.

3 New Must-try Restaurants on Long Island

New to the Long Island dining scene are Kung Fu Tea in Williston Park, In The Shed in West Sayville, and I•T•A Kitchen in Bay Shore.

Bright Eye Beer Co. Opens in Long Beach

Bright Eye Beer Company, Long Beach’s first craft brewery, celebrated its grand opening Friday night with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and hundreds of craft beer lovers packing its taproom on Park Avenue. 

15 Cats And Dogs up For Adoption on Long Island

There’s no shortage of adorable animals ready to go home with you today.

New Hires And Promotions on Long Island

Check out the latest career moves on Long Island!

Long Island Concerts & Events February 21-23

Tracy Morgan cracks up The Paramount, America plays Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Micky Dolenz of The Monkees plays My Father’s Place, and much more to see and do this weekend on Long Island!

10 Places to Celebrate Mardi Gras on Long Island This Fat Tuesday

From Cajun-style food to jazz-fueled atmospheres, these are some of the restaurants that bring the fun of New Orleans to LI. 

How To Establish Boundaries For Your Child

Every child needs to learn boundaries, but teaching kids how to respect themselves and others does not happen overnight. 

Sunny Colonial Neighboring Oheka Castle Asks $950,000

This sun-filled Colonial neighboring historic Oheka Castle and the Cold Spring Country Club is listed for sale in Huntington.

Complaint Portal Launches For Housing Discrimination Based On Source Of Income

A new online complaint portal is now available for New York State residents to report if they suspect that they have been subject to discrimination based on their source of income when trying to buy or rent housing.