Life on Long Island
The world of home entertainment may be dominated by the latest arrivals for PlayStation, Xbox and other video platforms -- but for some, the old-fashioned board game still does the trick.
From classic challenges like Monopoly, Sorry and Scrabble, to more modern tests like Pictionary and Trivial Pursuit, can more than satisfy board gamers to pass on a bloody battle of Call of Duty or Assassin’s...Read more »
On Oct. 13, some of the best-known DJs on the club circuit will be coming together to not only help a cause, but to also pay respect to a Long Island man who recently lost his battle with lung cancer.
Jeff Galluzzo, 46, of Commack was a husband and father. Galluzzo was born in Deer Park and worked as a teacher in the Island Trees Public School district before becoming the assistant principal...Read more »
Of all the seasons, the departure of summer is always the toughest for the lovers of nightlife.
By the end of September, almost all the hot Hamptons hangouts, Fire Island clubs and other waterside venues that count on warm nights to draw party-minded people will be shut until at least early spring next year -- but among the seasonal closures, there is also the sign-off for Body English Tuesdays,...Read more »
In what has become a Long Island summer nightlife tradition, the Body English lounge and dance party returns to the Chateau Briand in Carle Place for a fifth season on June 4 at 9 p.m.
Back in 2009, its creators (hospitality specialists Bobby Goodrich and Richard Bedrosian) chose Tuesday for the weekly affair, due to the fact that Tuesdays are traditionally a lackluster night for events. The...Read more »
Every spring, the world of music and entertainment centers on the massive series of conferences and festivals known as “South By Southwest” (SXSW) -- an annual March happening that consists of (almost) two weeks of concerts, film screenings and the debut of innovative technologies. For people who love breaking events in culture, it’s an exciting occurrence – but as it takes place in Austin, TX,...Read more »
It’s no challenge to find late-night fun in Bellmore Village, as there are a number of busy bars along its avenues -- all located within footsteps of the local LIRR station, a travel benefit that helps many come in for fun while managing to pass on driving.
However, the latest spot to arrive in town – while also open for business late into the evening – presents no need for its customers to...Read more »