Voters to Decide if NY Holds Constitutional Convention

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Voters have the option of calling a constitutional convention every two decades. This could be the year they give it another try.

Nassau Marks Debut of New Fourth Precinct Station House

Officials marked the grand opening of the Nassau County Police Department’s newly rebuilt Fourth Precinct station house in Hewlett on Tuesday.

Posh 19-acre Cutchogue Estate Asks $8.5M

The views are abundant as the amenities and privacy at this North Fork beachfront mansion situated on a 19-acre estate that was recently listed for sale in Cutchogue.

Does Long Island Have What Amazon Wants?

Chasing Bezos: LI is soliciting the world's biggest retailer as the company scouts locations to build a second headquarters somewhere in North America.

Great Neck Comic Andy Kaufman Was The Ultimate Put-on Artist

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Moon man: Audiences remain fascinated by Andy Kaufman’s story, even though it ended abruptly, in 1984, when the comic was 35.

Long Island Concerts & Events October 16-19

Jonny Lang plays The Paramount, The Price is Right comes to NYCB Theatre at Westbury and much more to see and do on Long Island this week!

Democracy on Wry, Hold The Mayo

In nearly 25 years of elected life, every consequential political meeting I’ve ever had was in a local diner.

The Sidecar: A Three-wheeling Classic

A warming, trusty-old-friend of a drink that’s perfect for fall evenings and football afternoons.

San Remo’s Fire and A Hot Indian Lunch

Introducing our new food column: The Best of the Wursts. With Billy Joel and Sir Paul sightings, canned wine and chefs on the run.

Free Stuff Restaurants Give You For Your Birthday

The A List is back with more helpful tips.

Elegant Home in Babylon’s Paradise Point Asks $1.8M

With its casual, beachfront style and traditional features perfect for elegant entertainment, this Colonial is listed for sale in the Paradise Point section of the Village of Babylon.

Greenport: A Whale of A Destination

Once a whaling town, the North Fork’s Village of Greenport is now a cultural hub with museums, art galleries, breweries, wineries and one of the nation’s oldest restaurants. Also, the beach is pretty great.