Posts Tagged ‘Long Island’

Sponsored Post: Help Bidawee Help Animals

Written by NY Press on . Posted in Breaking News

Bruno, one of Bidawee's dogs looking for a home Bideawee, an animal welfare organization that has been helping pets find homes for over a century in New York and Long Island, is struggling to recover from the damage of Hurricane Sandy. From Bidawee’s website: Despite all of the prior planning and precautions for Hurricane Sandy, we will be feeling the impact of this historical [&hellip
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Series of Storms Hitting New York Region Leaves Power Outages, Uninhabitable Homes

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Blog, Breaking News

The series of storms hitting the New York region this past weekend left destruction in its wake, causing at least one fatality and wreaking havoc on trees and residents’ power. Approximately 20,000 people lost power in the northern part of the state, reported WABC, while New York City and Long Island reported fewer outages, most [&hellip
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Why They Won: Democratic Consultant Bruce Gyroy on the Recent Cogressional Primaries

Written by City & State on . Posted in Politics

Bruce Gyory Top Democratic consultant Bruce Gyory weighs in on the recent congressional primaries in our print issue out today: Pundits do a good job of assessing winners and losers after electoral events like the recent congressional primaries. Few are better, for example, than City & State’s First Read on Fridays. Yet while this last primary’s victors [&hellip
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Keep the Beach Fun by Avoiding Ticks & Lyme Disease

Written by Dr. Cynthia Paulis on . Posted in Healthy Manhattan, Special Sections

Summer is upon us, when Manhattanites flee the sweltering heat of the city for the beautiful beaches of Long Island and Fire Island, where woodland creatures, deer, raccoon, mice and opossums wander amidst densely wooded areas, spreading the threat of Lyme disease. July is peak season for Lyme disease because it’s the time when ticks [&hellip
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Summer Guide: Wine Country

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Dining Our Town, Dining West Side Spirit, Eat & Drink, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, Special Sections, Summer Guide, West Side Spirit

316390_2616599176773_1308916826_3178449_434399943_n It’s no secret that the East End of Long Island is an epicurean’s paradise. There is a close connection between our food and our dinner table, and quite a few tables wouldn’t be complete without a nice glass of wine. Fortunately, Long Island has that in the barrel, so to speak. The majority of our [&hellip
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From Stage to Page

Written by NYPress on . Posted in Arts Our Town Downtown, Breaking News, News Our Town, News West Side Spirit, Our Town, Our Town Downtown, West Side Spirit

Former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider rocks his autobiography and a new album By Rachel Sokol In the 1970s and ’80s, Dee Snider—the lead singer-songwriter for the heavy metal band Twisted Sister—really didn’t care what anyone thought about him. Who cared if he had long, curly, insane hair? Who cared if he wore leopard-print bell-bottoms, [&hellip
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LI and NYC Depend on Each Other

Written by admin on . Posted in Opinion and Column

To the Editor: The recent purchase of Dan’s Papers by Manhattan Media is great news for readers of both publications. In today’s global economy, boundaries at the city line between New York City and Long Island mean very little Each weekday, well over two hundred thousand Long Island residents travel to jobs in NYC—the economic [&hellip
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