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April 26, 2017
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An “Iron Chef” winner is set to open a restaurant in Oyster Bay this spring. Jesse Schenker, who is also a James Beard nominated chef, will bring his expertise to 2 Spring, a “coastal … more
There’s an opportunity once a month for television’s “Jeopardy” lovers to show what they’re made of, and they don’t have to go far to do so. The Oyster Bay Main Street Association has … more
When it comes to helping people living with dementia and those who care for them, the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum is stepping up to the plate. The museum joined with two other arts and … more
Steve Walley, who lived in Oyster Bay until he was 24, will be opening a microbrewery in Freeport on the Nautical Mile this summer. The son of Dina and Skip, who died years ago, Steve’s lineage in … more
There is a revolution of sorts that has come to Oyster Bay and it’s arrived in the guise of an Italian restaurant. Osteria Leana, 76 South Street, is certified green. It’s the only restaurant in … more
Up until recently, the West Coast was the only place you could simultaneously enjoy 35 toppings on your pizza and get a guaranteed fresh pie right out of the oven within minutes. And now, unlike … more
Matthew Mahoski is choreographing his first ballet and he’s coming home to do so, using Long Island dancers he once danced with and a stage where he is more than comfortable. “Portraits of … more
On a recent warm sunny Wednesday morning Bayville librarian Jillian Abbatangelo was busy rounding up children. They had just finished their morning swim class at Bayville’s West Harbor Beach and … more
The restoration process is complete on Teddy Roosevelt's beloved Sagamore Hill and it is finally ready for public tours. They won't start until July 12, but as in the first album, we included a history of the restoration of Sagamore Hill including photographs from 2013 and what the house looks like now since Teddy's house has been put back together again. more
Despite the drizzling rain and cloudy skies, Locust Valley Library’s newly renovated tennis courts were packed with amateur players as the library officially opened the courts to the public on June … more
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