Tag: Christmas

Compass Gathers for Christmas Party in Roslyn Heights

Staff members of Compass' Long Island location gathered on Dec. 10 for the real estate company's Christmas party.

Long Island Restaurants Offering Christmas Eve/Day Dinner 2021

These eight Long Island restaurants have takeout and dining options on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

Town of North Hempstead Holds Annual Manhasset Tree Lighting Ceremony

The Town of North Hempstead hosted its annual Manhasset Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony in conjunction with the Manhasset Chamber of Commerce, Manhasset Park District, and Manhasset Lakeville Fire Department on Friday, Dec. 3 at Mary Jane Davies Green in Manhasset.

Long Island Holiday Events 2021

Pack up the kids and head over to these light shows and other family-fun events that will be spreading the cheer of the season.

The Long Island Holiday Gift Guide 2021

Not sure what to get your special friend, colleague or loved one? Give the gift that keeps on giving this season by shopping locally!

Organizations Deliver Coats, Gifts to Long Island Families in Need

The Kareem Sapp Foundation, Tow Trucks For Kids, and S.T.R.O.N.G. Youth teamed up with others to bring coats and gifts to families in need across Long Island on Dec. 19 in Uniondale.

OpEd: Dean Martin’s Christmas Classics Reign Supreme

Make way, Mariah Carey.  Hit the road, Jose Feliciano. Bye-bye, Bing Crosby. Christmas is Dean Martin’s domain.  

Long Island Holiday Events 2020

Even in a pandemic, there are still ways to enjoy the magic of the holidays on Long Island this year. Check out these light shows and other family-fun events that will be spreading the cheer of the season.

8 Ways To Enjoy The Magic of The Holiday Season

There’s no time like the holidays to teach and share with your children the magic of the holiday season that comes with small acts of love and kindness.

A Day In The Life of Santa Claus

Few jobs may be as heartwarming while simultaneously tugging at your heart strings than that of dressing up like jolly old St. Nick and wading into a crowd of wide-eyed toddlers.