The excitement is building for Dan’s Chefs of the Hamptons, the East End’s premier foodie experience when it returns on June 24 to celebrate both the 10th anniversary of Dan’s Taste events and Guild Hall’s 90th anniversary.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday threw out limits set by the major governing body for American intercollegiate sports on education-related benefits that schools can give players as a violation of antitrust law, handing a big victory to student-athletes fighting for greater financial compensation.
At age 18, the founder of the months-old Jackson’s Beef Jerky may just be the youngest legal beef jerky entrepreneur in the country, and it all started with a happy accident.
A new acting U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York (EDNY) was sworn in on Monday to replace Mark J. Lesko, federal officials said.
Kimberly Berens, Ph.D., a child development expert, author of the highly acclaimed new book, Blind Spots: Why Students Fail and the Science That Can Save Them, and a founder of Fit Learning, will share her expertise and advice in the webinar “Reversing The Covid Learning Slide.”
A Long Island resident’s new illustrated book of bedtime stories for children ages 3-6 years old aims to spark creativity in a child’s imagination and let them explore and learn one story at a time.
The New York Islanders announced on Monday morning that general admission season tickets have been sold out for their inaugural season at UBS Arena at Belmont Park this fall. In total, over 12,000 season tickets have been sold.
Though not open to guests indoors since March 2020, the Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN) keeps its food, job, housing, and mental health assistance programs running in new ways.
Police reform advocates are calling for Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder to resign, citing recent racial comments that have sparked controversy, but the top cop says he’s staying put.
The time for talk is over. It’s time to take real action on climate change.