The Melville-based company is a costume king — a global giant that virtually owns the holiday the way the NFL owns Sundays.
Despite the growing need, according to industry insiders, there are only about six companies on the Island fully engaged in anti-cyber hacking.
A 6-year-old West Babylon girl gave comedian Tiffany Haddish some hilarious advice Sunday on the second episode of ABC's newly rebooted variety show Kids Say The Darndest Things.
“When we hire people, we don’t expect them to know everything," he says. "But we do expect them to find the answer to things.”
Chris Roach headlines a charity fundraiser at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, the Mets celebrate their 1969 World Series win at NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Dream Theater rocks Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, and much more to see and do this week on Long Island!
Uniondale-based RXR Realty held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sept. 9 commemorating the completion of the Ritz-Carlton Residences in North Hills.
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed Columbus Day a national holiday in 1937, he hailed the Admiral of the Ocean Sea as a “brave navigator” whose voyage “was the culmination of years of bold speculation, careful preparation, and struggle against opponents who had belittled his great plan and thwarted its execution.”
New to the dining scene are Chen’s Poke in Mineola, Herb and Olive Marketa in Manhasset, and Philly Pretzel Factory in North Babylon.
From senior cats looking to spend the rest of their lives with that special someone, to young pups and kittens seeking forever families to grow with, can you open your heart and home to one of these deserving furry friends today?