Asking the Clergy: What is a common read at your congregation?
Our next common read will be "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People" (Beacon Press, 2019), writes the Rev. Jude Geiger.
Section of LI's oldest vineyard on the selling block
The home of the Borghese family is now up for sale, along with 1680-era barns and 66 acres of partially planted land.
New state-run vaccination site, pop-up sites open on Long Island
A mass COVID-19 vaccination site opened at Stony Brook University, as well as pop-up sites in Uniondale and Bellport, as more Long Islanders received the first of the two does needed to protect against the virus.
Chef whips up 'amazing' Christmas dinner for LI family, free of charge
Julia LaRosa nominated her grandmother to receive the free dinner. "Growing up, I could show up with four other friends and she'd immediately put a pot of macaroni on the stove," the granddaughter said. "So for her to have a personal chef so she gets to relax for the holidays, how cool would that be?"
Oyster skin care is here, and it's made by LI farmers
Would you take your beauty regimen cues from a man in neon green waders?
How to choose sparkling wine for the holidays and beyond
From cava to Champagne, here's how to choose the right bottle in the liquor store.
LI fishermen see tough days ahead as NYC restaurants back in lockdown
The state is encouraging fishermen and others in the industry to apply for $6.7 million in COVID-related aid. Applications for the federal funds must be filed by Dec. 31.
Nurse who got vaccine: 'Now everybody wants to get to the front of the line'
One day after Sandra Lindsay took the COVID-19 vaccination shot seen around the world, the Long Island Jewish Medical Center critical care nurse from Port Washington said she was feeling fine. She also was stunned by the attention she received.
Southold vintage cottage lists for $569,000
The house came with a book about the descendants of Captain John Prince of Southold, which features the 1763 house.
Despite COVID, LI wineries adapt, pour out their finest
Slammed by COVID closures in the spring, Long Island winemakers capitalized on a busy summer and innovative marketing.