We hope that you took it easy during this past work week as week two of Winterfest – Live on the Vine is chock-full of musical and viniferous entertainment.
The Local Hero Awards echo and reaffirm our mission to celebrate the culinary bounty, heritage and diversity of Long Island. We asked you to vote and vote you did. So, without further ado, we present the 2015 Local Hero Awards to the following local heroes.
There is so much to take in during this six-week celebration of winter, live music and our wineries; a free mobile app keeps it streamlined.
Three days with 22 performances in as many venues. Yes, there is something for everyone at Winterfest’s first full weekend.
Maple sugaring on Long Island? Yes! Learn all about this time-honored practice and taste its sweet rewards on Saturday in East Setauket.
Show Love Films shows oyster divers some much-needed love.
Mind over matter matters when it comes to aphrodisiacs.
It’s not too late to head east for tonight’s festive kickoff of Winterfest featuring some not-to-be-missed musical performances.
On Saturday, February 7 Harbor Lights Yoga in Huntington is hosting an afternoon designed to get your chakras back in proper alignment. Tune in to your subtle body; it might be affecting your physical body.
From maple syruping to Chinese New Year to Winterfest, our shortest month is jam-packed full of tasty things to eat, drink and enjoy.
True story: Frito Pie was created by a some Garden City friends living in New Mexico in 1971. (Or maybe it was 1972?)
Award season is upon us and we need you, our readers, to vote for your Local Heroes.