Did you miss your chance to purchase tickets to Dan’s Chefs of the North Fork? Or have you attended both the 2021 Chefs of the Hamptons and Chefs of the North Fork events and you’re ready for round three? Either way, we’ve got just the thing for you: Dan’s Rosé Soirée!
By Antoni Slodkowski, Elaine Lies and Kiyoshi Takenaka Japan's global superstar Naomi Osaka, who grew up in Valley Stream, on Friday lit the Olympic cauldron to mark the start of Tokyo 2020, in an opening ceremony shorn of glitz and overshadowed by a pandemic but defined by hope, tradition and gestures of diversity. Postponed by a year due to the coronavirus, the Games...
The most new restaurants in recent memory have opened in the past year on Fire Island, a side dish of the coronavirus pandemic sizzling the food industry.
Do you prefer ooey-gooey cookies, or a warm slice of pie? Well, all you sweet-tooths out there no longer have to choose, thanks to the cookie-pie business taking Long Island by storm: BakedwithGrace.
Nassau County Police Department is increasing its coastline marine and aerial patrols to watch for sharks after two shark sightings on the south shore this week, County Executive Laura Curran announced on Friday.
Seventeen months after the coronavirus pandemic forced Amityville Music Hall to shut its doors, live music fans and musicians excitedly packed the venue on July 8 to celebrate its long-awaited reopening.
Athlete and author Susie Petruccelli, of Manhasset, will discuss her journey as a female soccer player and her experiences with sexism, self-doubt, and perseverance in a webinar hosted by Schneps Media, the parent company of Long Island Press, on July 29.
Alex Galindez, CEO of ROAR Organic, speaks of the people who impacted her early life, how she built the company ROAR Organic, and what her secrets to success are.
Things to do on Long Island this weekend include comedy shows, film festivals, a bike ride, and more!
Famous Vermont-based ice cream company Ben & Jerry’s announcement Monday that it would stop selling its products in Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories has drawn backlash from Long Island officials who oppose the BDS Movement, which supports businesses divesting from Israel.
After a year of viewing every new movie from a living room couch during the pandemic, movie lovers have a chance to celebrate big-screen cinema again at the Long Beach International Film Festival (LBIFF).