The LIE is officially home to more than just traffic. The new Welcome Center between exits 51 and 52 offers a Taste of Long Island, as well.
Amy Acierno, of Miss Amy’s Preserves acclaim, is cooking up some cool weather diversification.
This weekend see the Long Island Vegetable Orchestra play carrot flutes, broccoli oboes and squash violins.
Jim Malone’s environmentally friendly tables and counters, made of reclaimed flooring from bowling alleys, are turning heads all over the metro area. Celebrate Earth Day by snapping some pics and maybe win a weekend at his Catskills log cabin.
Support small businesses and artisans while enjoying tasty locally sourced eats and drinks at Grey Horse Tavern on Wednesdays December 10 and 17. • Photographs by Doug Young
We uncovered the antidote for mall-weary shoppers; spend your Small Business Saturday at The New General Store’s Annual Holiday Pop-Up Market in Yaphank and at the Peconic River Herb Farm in Calverton.
One of the most exclusive and surprising olive oils in the world has only just become available outside the remote villages of coastal Albania.
Looking for some summer kitchen or pantry basics that are both elegant and practical in design? Then look to The New General Store, a seasonal pop-up market and online shop in Yaphank.
To protect place names, in 2005 the Joint Declaration to Protect Wine Place Names & Origin was signed in Napa Valley. Since then 19 regions have signed the declaration including Long Island, which joined in 2010.
Wild, woodsy, rugged, yet refined — all of these form the signature of Barnaby Black, a mythical, mysterious man’s man whose strength equals his sophistication.