PoliticsNY with Skye: Behind the Curtain – Raja Singh, Candidate for Nassau County Legislature

Raja Singh is running for Nassau County Legislator in District 17 which includes Hicksville, Massapequa, Bethpage, Farmingdale, Seaford, Wantagh and portions of Old Bethpage.

Facebook Knew About, Failed to Police Abusive Content Globally, Documents Say

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Facebook employees have warned for years that as the company raced to become a global service it was failing to police abusive content in countries where such speech was likely to cause the most harm, according to interviews with five former employees and internal company documents viewed by Reuters.

Power Men Podcast: Steven Dubb, Principal of The Beechwood Organization

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Steven Dubb, Principal of The Beechwood Organization, speaks of the people who impacted his early life, his role as Principal of The Beechwood Organization, and what his secrets to success are.

OpEd: Get Away With the LIRR, And Leave Your Car At Home

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In 2021, the Long Island Rail Road is so much more than just a business commuter rail. 

Greenport Harbor Brewing: Still Innovating on the North Fork

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As the first craft brewery in a region primarily known for its vineyards, Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. quickly developed a loyal following for its distinctive beers.

Something to Wine About: Macari 2020 Horses Rosé

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Macari produces a rosé that truly captures the essence of early fall, the 2020 Horses Rosé.

Long Island Restaurant Week Returns Nov. 7-14

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The eight-day tri-annual promotion offers prix-fixe menus at hundreds of restaurants across Nassau and Suffolk counties.

True Food Kitchen Conjures Summer With South For Winter Cocktail

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“Our mission as a brand is to bring people together to eat better (or in this case to drink better), feel better, and celebrate a passion for better living,” says Jon Augustin, beverage director for True Food Kitchen.

Adopt One — Or Even Two — Pet Cats on Long Island

This week’s lineup is filled with double-adoption requests. While this may sound like a big ask, adopting a bonded pair is just as easy (if not easier) than adopting a solo pet.

Long Island Races to Watch This Election Day

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Voters will decide dozens of pivotal local races across Long Island in the upcoming elections, including two top-level posts with no incumbent and three other executive positions with freshmen seeking re-election.

Magistrate Judge Tomlinson, Esteemed on LI, Dies at 73

Magistrate Judge A. Kathleen Tomlinson, first a Long Island attorney and esteemed law educator who then served in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York (EDNY) for 15 years, died on Oct. 17 at age 73 after a long battle with cancer.

Explainer: What Are the Child Tax Credits Democrats Are Battling Over?

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The Biden administration's push to get progressive and moderate Democrats to agree to a deal on trillions of dollars in social spending faces a major stumbling block over plans to reduce child hunger and poverty in the United States.