Life on Long Island
Looks like the North Shore is going to get a rare blast of electronic dance come mid-February.
There have always been clubs and lounges both along Jericho Turnpike and in the busy villages north of NY-25 (Port Washington, Huntington, Bayville, Port Jefferson, Greenport) that offer DJ parties and dance floor-filled gatherings -- but when it comes to the major clubs, arenas and venues that specialize...Read more »
Celebrity DJs have always made stops to spin on Long Island, but few can offer the promise of a bigger party than Boris.
Boris (aka Boris Inzhin) was born in Russia, but is long-considered an NYC property due to his history of successfully working Manhattan’s mega-clubs, drawing thousands and thousands of people to his city events. Delivering dozens of intense sessions over a period of many...Read more »
During the summer, talk of parties and things to do when out and about tend to lean heavily on happenings in the Hamptons, as the Island’s East End sees its most bountiful business between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Of course, that is common knowledge – but what many party people don't know so well is that, despite the departure of the seasonal Hamptons residents come September, there are...Read more »
With the winter holiday season in full swing, Long Island stores, shops and malls are busy with lots of people still looking to fulfill the gift lists of their families – but for some area residents, their personal financial situations can't afford such an accomplishment.
However, on Tuesday, Dec. 17, one of the Island’s charitable organizations is throwing a bash in order to help supply some...Read more »
There are plenty of evening affairs that tie into religious and national holidays -- but of all the times Americans celebrate, New Year’s Eve is the one night that is purely all about partying.
It’s likely that every bar, club, dive, lounge, restaurant and other fun spot on the Island will have something going to cheer on the arrival of 2014, but here’s a lead on some Nassau County venues...Read more »
In the world of nightlife, Tuesdays are generally considered to be the least popular for clubbing and barhopping -- but with 2014 arriving on a Wednesday this year, Tuesday, Dec. 31 will be a late-night monster.
For a jump on what’s bumping in Suffolk County on New Year's Eve, here’s a breakdown of some special parties set to close 2013:
INFO 290 Old Montauk Hwy.,...Read more »
Following a small fire that damaged its kitchen and offices in early May 2012, Painters restaurant and bar in Brookhaven closed its doors, and at that time its ownership announced the closure for repairs would be brief.
Locally known for its food, live music and event calendar, Painters was also notable for the dozens of paintings that hung all over its walls and ceiling. The spot then further...Read more »
According to this year’s AAA “Thanksgiving Travel Forecast” (aaa.com), 43.4 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home during the days that constitute the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
DJ Danny Avila, although not an American, will also be making such a trip -- and in doing so surpassing that 50 mile data point by about 3,500 miles -- by appearing at LOVE in Carle Place on Thanksgiving.
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When it comes to nightlife, such occasions as New Year’s Eve, Halloween, the Fourth of July and Memorial Day weekend are times when huge crowds are expected to fill area pubs, clubs and other hot spots. However, along with these major party points on the calendar, the night before Thanksgiving is just as key -- and this year, it falls on Nov. 27.
With college students home from school, off-Island...Read more »
Montauk may be thought of as mainly a summer fun destination, but one of the hamlet’s top year-round resorts is throwing a bash worthy of consideration, despite the late autumn chill that has already set in across the East End.
On Friday, Nov. 8, Gurney’s Inn is throwing its fifth annual “Girls Night Out,” an evening that means drinks, edibles and dancing for all attending – as well as some...Read more »