On Sunday, Dec. 20, Kids Need More hosted its 6th Annual HoLiDAY CHEER BUS ELF RiDE.
The holiday season is typically a time of joy and laughter for most people. However, financial stress, feelings of isolation, loss of a loved one, or another traumatic event can turn what is often a merry time into one of depression and loneliness.
The Long Island Breakfast Club held its Toys For Tots Toy Drive and Coat, Hat, Gloves and Scarves Marathon Holiday Brunch on Saturday, Dec. 12 at G’s in West Hempstead.
2020 may have been a crazy year, but it’s good to find comfort in these uncertain times with familiar holiday activities. One of these activities is the traditional Menorah Lighting ceremony.
Brothers Andrew and Joseph Barbieri have been decking out their childhood home in Deer Park for Christmas for the past 40 years. Their elaborate light display will now get national attention when they appear on an episode of ABC’s The Great Christmas Light Fight tomorrow.
Pie is undoubtedly the dessert of the holiday season (sorry fruitcake), and as such, November and December should be spent tasting a wide variety of flavors and styles to expand your pie palate when the treat is at its most readily available. Here are 10 pies you should try on the East End this year.
There are several ways to give back to those in need this holiday season, and many of them involve having a little fun along the way. Here are six charity events benefitting nonprofit organizations and local families on Long Island to attend this December.
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