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A Sporting Foundation

It’s easy to find lacrosse programs on Long Island. But Lil Kids Lax is carving out a niche, teaching the island’s youngest athletes the fundamentals of the game. Designed for youngsters between the ages of 3 and 7, Lil Kids Lax teaches athletes character, team spirit, coordination and confidence, all within an engaging … [Read More...]

A Rare Concept At Bareburger

Bareburger, an organically focused fast-casual eatery quickly reaching empire status, finally opens its doors to customers this week in Plainview. … [Read More...]

Sled Hockey Nets Success

A couple dozen hockey players left the ice at the Town of Oyster Bay Rink in Bethpage recently, trudging to the locker room to take off their skates. A new wave of skate-less athletes filed in and unpacked their sleds, ready for some ice time of their own. … [Read More...]

Playground Honors Jericho Woman

Despite the late-to-the-season chill in the air on Jan. 11, the students and faculty of the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County gathered together outside on the frozen fields of their Plainview campus to honor a special Jericho woman. … [Read More...]

New Milleridge Operators Vow Upgrades

The Milleridge Inn was officially saved from history’s trash heap this month. After months of speculation and worry, Long Islanders breathed a sigh of relief when two catering veterans were introduced as the new operators of the Inn during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in the main dining room. Butch Yamali, president of the … [Read More...]

Jericho Temple Supports LGBT

Jericho’s Temple Or Elohim recently announced the launch of its new group "Over The Rainbow With TOE & LGBT." This club commenced in December at the synagogue with teens ages 14 to 19 for a meet-and-greet social. The guest speaker, Ross Wolkenbrod, a student at the University of Rochester, shared his journey with the … [Read More...]

Coe Hall Celebrates The Season In Style

Entering the grand hallway of the Coe Hall estate for the annual holiday party, guest were greeted with champagne and wine by waiters holding silver platters, while a guitarist and violinist played Christmas songs. For the first time, the Christmas tree was real and the fragrance of Douglas fir wafted through the home while … [Read More...]

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