Articles by

Joe Werkmeister

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05/04/16 9:00am

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Diving into a sport like rowing rarely yields immediate results. Sure, kids grow up playing sports like basketball or baseball. But how many ever get out on a boat and row for sport?

By the time most kids begin the sport, it takes time for them to understand the dynamics of the boat and develop the strength to succeed in competitions.  READ

Featured Story
05/02/16 2:00pm

TrueStories

The beginning of Colin Palmer’s play “True Stories” takes the audience on a journey back four centuries to when Native Americans lived in Riverhead before European settlers. Over the next 45 minutes, he recounts numerous historical events in the town’s history, including his own family’s, which dates back 200 years in Riverhead, he said.  READ

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04/29/16 3:00pm

Cami

Cami Drouin-Allaire stepped on the mat for the first time as a George Washington University gymnast at an age when she should have been a high school senior. The competition season her freshman year began in January 2015. It didn’t take long for the 5-foot-2 Shoreham-Wading River High School graduate to stand out.  READ