How to (almost) never weed, water or use pesticides again
From plastic straw bans to reusable shopping bags and increasing concerns about climate change, toxic chemicals in common household products and the shifting of local and national policies, the environment looks to be having a moment.
God Squad: Crossing arms at Mass
Because your local newspaper rabbi/columnist is not the world's authority on Communion rails, I am out of answers.
Book chronicles life and times of Island's synagogues
Plainview's Brad Kolodny began photographing synagogues as a teen, then for his Instagram account, instagram.com/synagoguesoflongisland, which has more than 600 followers.
Asking the Clergy: How do religious leaders stay current?
Like teachers, doctors and members of other vocations, clergy members need to remain current with best practices to serve their ...
LIers go from near head-on crash to lifetime love
"Through the years we have, together, weathered the ups and downs of life, and our love for each other has continued to grow."
How 8 puppies brought LI friends together
“Whenever I think that I’m the only one with a psycho puppy, I am reassured that I’m not alone.”
LI boat builder stays put as others pull up anchors
The 45 full-time employees who work for Steiger Craft in Bellport still build fiberglass craft mostly by hand.
Love Story: One dance, and they found life partners
Audrey Goldsmith of Lindenhurst recalls her first date with her husband, Bob. Our romance began in my neighborhood of Bay ...
Asking the Clergy: How does summer expand worship?
This week's clergy discuss how holding a service under shade trees or on a sandy beach can make for a special spiritual experience.
LIer found a wife despite his 'mug shot' Zoosk pic
"The photos Joe had sent to me didn't do him justice. He was so cute, and he had the greatest smile," Kathleen Falco recalls.