Since they were receiving many requests for French martinis, the Rustic Root team decided to revamp the popular cocktail; for inspiration, they turned to Schitt's Creek, the series they binged during the pandemic.
Woodbury engineer Arthur Minasy’s original device measured five inches, sported a C battery and weighed half a pound.
Approximately 100 students staged a walkout at Ward Melville High School in East Setauket on March 1 in protest of its decision to introduce multi-colored, gender-neutral graduation gowns at its upcoming commencement ceremony this June. Traditionally, girls wear gold gowns and boys don green. The school’s new graduation gowns are universally green, with the high school’s emblem emblazoned on a gold stole.
An alleged hit-and-run driver was the second suspect charged in a Woodbury crash that left one dead last week, Nassau County police said.
Woodbury-based Buglino Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery utilizes the latest, cutting-edge technologies and techniques to provide patients with an unparalleled level of professionalism, expertise and high-quality plastic surgery services. Headed by Dr. Anthony Buglino, this extraordinary practice specializes in all varieties of plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgery, including facial rejuvenation, breast surgery, body contouring, corrective surgery and non-surgical enhancements. It’s also home to a medical spa, offering chemical peels, HydraFacial, IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatments and laser treatments.
Democrat Arnold Drucker beat Republican Louis Imbroto—both lawyers from Plainview—in a special election Tuesday to fill the seat left vacant when Nassau County Legis. Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) died in September.
Two lawyers from Plainview were recently nominated to run in the Nov. 8 special election to fill the seat vacated by Nassau County Legis. Judy Jacobs (D-Woodbury) when she died last month. Democrats tapped Arnold Drucker, 59, a Nassau Community College (NCC) trustee who has a Queens-based private law practice. Republicans picked Louis Imbroto, 32, associate general counsel at Nassau University Medical Center, who previously served as Assistant Town Attorney for the Town of Oyster Bay.
Besides a host of haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns and trick-or-treating, Halloween season sparks loads of frightfully fun festivities across Long Island, from prize-winning costume contests to spooky parades and much more spine-tingling sensations to raise the spirits. Here's your guide to the dozens of spooky fun events taking place across Long Island this Halloween season.