Tag: Long Island Press

Long Island Press Invites Readers to Share Stories for Bicentennial

Two hundred years ago, the very first edition of The Long Island Farmer, a weekly publication that later changed its name several times to the Long Island Press, rolled off the presses to become essential reading.

Taking A Page From The Old Daily Long Island Press

OpEd: It’s a thrill writing a column for the Long Island Press again after all these years. For it was at the original Long Island Press where I started writing a column decades ago.

Joanna Austin Named Publisher of Long Island Press

Schneps Media announced Monday with great pride that Joanna Vorachek Austin has been promoted to be the new publisher of the Long Island Press, the region’s premier monthly news and lifestyle publication.

Long Island Press In Review: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

A year ago this month, the Long Island Press relaunched as a monthly news and lifestyle publication, keeping alive a proud tradition dating back 197 years — and what a year it’s been.

Former Long Island Press Publisher Si Newhouse Dies

Samuel Irving “Si” Newhouse, Jr., the media mogul who published periodicals ranging from glossy magazines such as The New Yorker to the original Long Island Press daily newspaper, died Sunday.

Long Island Press Relaunch Party A Success

A jubilant crowd gathered to celebrate the first monthly print edition of the newly relaunched Long Island Press during a launch party at Lord & Taylor in Manhasset.

Timothy Bolger Named Editor in Chief of Long Island Press

The Long Island Press proudly announces the promotion of Timothy Bolger to editor in chief.

Long Island Press Wins High Honors at New York Press Association...

The Long Island Press ranked among the top news websites in New York State at the New York Press Association (NYPA) 2016 Better Newspaper Contest held at at Gideon Putnam Resort in Saratoga Springs on April 7 and 8.

Schneps Family Acquires Long Island Press

The Peaceful Transition of Power… at the Power List event.

On The Death Of Wayne Barrett, Legendary Muckraker & Inspiration To...

It’s up to us to keep his fury and outrage and dedication to shining a light on the darkest places and people and misdeeds alive, raging and burning and scorching and illuminating, and to continue digging, digging, digging for the core, the heart, the soul: the truth. Wayne would want it that way. No, he demands it.