Corner Office: Transparency with plexiglass partitions is in and water coolers are out as offices are being re-imagined amid the coronavirus pandemic, says Varun Bansal, CEO of RJV Office and officefurnitureshop.com in Farmingdale.
Epitomizing how eateries have adapted to continue serving customers despite a menu of difficult New York State-issued mandates is Taste of Asia, an authentic region-specific Asian fusion restaurant with locations in Farmingdale, Huntington, and Sayville.
The American Airpower Museum’s celebration marking the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II will take flight over Farmingdale on Labor Day weekend.
A Farmingdale gym owner plans to file what he expects will be a class-action lawsuit to force New York State to allow gyms statewide to reopen from the coronavirus shutdown.
The park’s owners founded the nonprofit Helping Hands Foundation in 2013 as a way for the Adventureland team to give back to their patrons, have communities come together, and have LI reach its full potential.
“The company is … looking to open more overseas offices, particularly in the Pacific-Asia region, even though much counterfeiting takes place there,” says John D’Addario III.
All eyes — from the outside golf world and also those of Long Islanders — will once again be on Tiger Woods, the current betting favorite and winner of the 2002 U.S. Open held at Bethpage Black.