Long Island scuba community looking for others to dive in
Nine-year-old Cub Scout Daniel Rucano of East Hampton was excited to try out scuba gear for the first time this ...
How LI senior citizens can scam-proof themselves
When you call Rosa Thompson, don’t expect her to pick up on the first few rings.
God Squad: Questions about God and the meaning of life
In honor of the start of school, I want to renew my invitation to answer high school students' questions about ...
Asking the Clergy: What's your favorite religious music?
Songs can sometimes move us when words alone cannot. This week’s clergy discuss lyrics and music that have the power ...
Love Story: They've been happy campers since summer of '43
Arline Berezowsky of Deer Park recalls meeting her husband, Aaron, at camp. In the summer of 1943, I was 16 ...
My Turn: Good Samaritan showed no kindness is too small
I read “In gratitude for simple acts of kindness” (My Turn, July 21) and it reminded me of an act ...
LI woman's textile art is shear beauty
As much as Shed Textile Co. is a story of weaving, it’s about creating a life on Long Island’s North Fork.
LI nonprofit celebrates Ugandan students, grads
Completed in 2008 — outfitted with solar panels to power lights and with books donated by LI school districts — the new St. Kizito initially had 80 students, a population that had risen to about 400 by 2012.
God Squad: What's the purpose and power of prayer?
The best definition of prayer I know comes from a Mary Oliver poem in her book "Thirst."
Asking the Clergy: How do you attract new members?
Americans are increasingly leaving organized religion, according to recent studies. A Pew Research Center survey, for instance, found that religiously ...