Life on Long Island
Usually, one thinks of bite-size candies when it comes to dining and Halloween, but Napper Tandy’s in Miller Place has a different sort of edible treat in mind for its forthcoming All Hallows’ Eve affair.
On Wednesday, all (over 21) are invited to come to ‘Napper’s dressed in holiday disguises, with those people deemed to be wearing the “Best Costume,” the “Sexiest Costume” and the “Scariest...Read more »
Normally a spot thought of as a summer stop, Off Key Tikki in Patchogue has been putting in some hefty Halloween-time hours this year as well.
Already serving as the launching point for the Patchogue Riverfront Committee’s “Haunted Pirates Voyage,” this riverside venue will be hosting staged performances of “The Rocky Horror Show” on Sunday, Oct. 27, Thursday, Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 2.
The...Read more »
We've found a deal that's no trick, all treat: The Southampton Inn goes from lavish to ghoulish for Halloween, offering a Halloween Spooky Weekend Special from Friday October 25 through Sunday October 27. Booking this special for $199 guarantees you a weekend of family-friendly activities and Halloween fun.
HAUNTED HIKES, PET PARADES, AND PARTIES, OH MY!
This spooktacular special allows...Read more »
With the opening of the Halloween 2013 party cavalcade (Oct. 25-Nov. 3), a focus for many will be on what costume to wear and to which party.
And another point of interest is to know which DJs will be working where before choosing a destination. So for those seeking the talents of star-quality selectors, it’s worthy to note that LOVE in Carle Place will be bringing a nightlife celebrity in...Read more »
It may be hard for LI clubgoers under 30 to imagine, but at one time, alternative music was a major sound found on the Long Island nightlife scene.
Today, most bars and clubs feature DJs that spin pop, EDM, hip-hop, classic tracks and country -- but between the years 1980-2000, several local late-night spots threw parties solely centered on danceable rock, new wave, punk and electronic tunes...Read more »
If you're still searching for a trendy Halloween 2013 costume, but just not finding anything plugged into pop culture enough to your liking, perhaps you should look to such current icons as Walter White, Jax Teller and Rick Grimes for inspiration.
Not sure who those gentlemen are? Then you're probably not a dedicated basic cable enthusiast, for they aren't actual people but instead the main...Read more »
Huntington Village is always a solid quarter to consider whenever looking for an evening out, and as of about a week ago a new opportunity arrived in town to explore.
It’s called Acacia (pronounced “ah-KAY-shuh), and while its official grand opening is yet to occur, it softly started serving guests last weekend. Acacia’s main focus is on dining, and it features a menu of contemporary American...Read more »
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and many businesses throughout Long Island will hold fundraisers or special events.
One will be taking place this weekend at Aura Light and Sound Suite in East Meadow as the dance club hosts the “Bubbles & Beats Against Breast Cancer” event on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Starting at 10:30 p.m., guests can expect some serious beats, as DJs...Read more »
As Halloween fast approaches, it is clear that autumn is in full swing. Foliage is turning bright yellow and red, the air is crisp and it seems as if pumpkins are available for picking at every turn. And, as it typically goes, many Long Islanders will look to enjoy the season by seeking outdoor fun that is suitable for both parent and child alike.
To that end, Punktoberfest is NOT appropriate.
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As Halloween fast approaches, it’s getting easier and easier to take in some scary moments before Oct. 31 actually arrives. There are numerous “haunted houses” and other spooky spots that involve ticket holders walking down dark passages and navigating blind bends while the staff of these disturbing domiciles attempt to terrify their visitors at every turn.
Of course, when it comes to any...Read more »