Beacon House marks 25 years helping LI veterans
"Some people need more than one stay to get their life back on track, and we will be there when they are ready.”
God Squad: Have aliens found their way to our God?
Are UFOs real? My deeply considered answer is, "Who the hell knows?"
Asking the Clergy: How does your faith honor fathers?
Father’s Day is about more than greeting cards, neckties and restaurant reservations.
LIers prose to the challenge in Newsday's Garden Poetry Contest
In May, I invited readers to express through poetry the kindness they've received — or sown themselves — through their ...
Meet 5 who fight for Long Island's environment
"As environmental advocates, we speak for those who have no voice -- the plants and animals who can't vote or buy their own homes."
Driven to help: LIers who give cancer patients rides
"I would hope if a family member needed a ride, someone would be able to help them."
God Squad: Have your prayers heard by adding an 'Amen'
When we conclude a prayer with Amen, we are not saying "what I just said was true," writes Rabbi Marc Gellman.
New, disease-resistant impatiens available on LI
Lovers of Impatiens rejoice!
LI icon Walt Whitman's 200th birthday is today
"One could not drive from east to west, from north to south, or diagonally across Long Island without crossing Whitman's path, probably many times."
God Squad: Dark horse emerges in sports-as-life debate
Many, readers weighed in on the metaphysical/theological/athletic question of the decade: "What sport is most like life?"