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A Renewed Discourse on Inequality

In purely economic terms, inequality is both America’s greatest challenge and number one export.

New Documentary Takes Standardized Testing, Common Core Battle to Big Screen

"Standardized exposes the damage an education reform based on numbers and profits has on our children and schools."

Olympic Long Islanders: Four Corners

Two lugers, a skeleton racer and a skier make up LI's olympians.

Long Island Will Be A Hotbed of Politics in 2014 –...

Partisan politics will put Long Island voters in the crosshairs in 2014.

Ryan Cassata: Singer, Songwriter, Voice for LGBT Youth

Cassata, born a female, never set out to be a renegade; he just wanted to be himself.

Do This: Long Island Events for February 2014

From penguins and psychic sisters to comedians and Real Housewives, there's plenty to do on LI this February.

Slavery and Salvation: Long Island’s Underground Railroad

“Don’t be silly, dear! There was no Underground Railroad here because there was no slavery on Long Island.”

Cronut Craze Sparks LI Donut-Pastry (R)Evolution

“It was just a silly trend that took notice; I don’t know how it came to be something so blown up.”

Homeless: More People Live on the Streets Amid Arctic Blasts than...

“It would take a very small emergency for people to not pay their rent and wind up in the same situation.”

Rhythm & Roots: Nassau’s African American Museum Brings History to Life

The African American Museum of Nassau is the only one of its kind in our three-state area.