Hundreds of cannabis, craft beer, and music lovers came out in full force to celebrate the unofficial 4/20 holiday at Blue Point Brewing’s second annual Shakedown on Main Street festival in Patchogue.
Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville offers cat adoptions and a relaxed spot for customers hang out with the kitties.
St. Joseph’s College, which has campuses in Patchogue and Brooklyn, has earned university status and will be called St. Joseph’s University effective immediately, the private institution for higher education announced Wednesday.
Ruta Oaxaca, a Mexican restaurant with a flair for authenticity and fun ambiance, is holding a soft opening this weekend ahead of its appearance at the upcoming Taste The Greats foodie extravaganza.
Christian Guardino, 21, of Patchogue, sang his heart out during his American Idol audition, which aired on ABC Sunday night.
The second Patchogue Plunge will raise funds for the Gabby Petito Foundation on Feb. 13, Super Bowl Sunday.
As president of St. Joseph’s College, Donald Boomgarden, Ph.D., leads a school with campuses in Patchogue and Brooklyn as well as online. He talked with us about leadership, launching new degrees, thriving nursing and education programs, construction, and getting back to in-person education.
A funeral for rapper Biz Markie was held on Monday after the hip-hop personality known for his 1989 hit "Just a Friend" died in July.
Although legal recreational marijuana is not yet available in New York State, Long Islanders were able to celebrate 4/20 at an outdoor market at Blue Point Brewing in Patchogue.