Hanging on the wall of Farmers Kitchen, a new farm goods store in downtown Riverhead that opens Friday, May 20, is an old wooden scythe with a rusty blade.
It’s the same tool used by the grandfather of store co-owner Mark Zaweski, a fourth-generation farmer who operates MKZ Farms in Jamesport.
A late spring day dedicated to sampling different styles of North Fork rosé is set for next month. READ
Brian Stark looked around the new fitness center at Glenwood Village Wednesday and reflected on its past.
“It was like working out in your father’s basement,” said Mr. Stark, the president of Stark Homes. READ
Its restaurant, spa, catering halls and hotel have for years made East Wind Long Island an arguable commercial tour de force. The addition of its Shoppes at East Wind, an outdoor complex poised for a July opening, transforms the 27-acre Wading River property into a veritable lifestyle village.
Will one of Flanders’ most historic — yet blighted — buildings be torn down? Or will it be made into an $8 million hotel, pool and restaurant facility that could host weddings and house “less than 100″ people?
That’s the quandary facing The Brewster House. READ
For just over a year, 9 Brothers Building Supply has maintained a second home in Riverhead. READ
A hybrid soccer golf game called FootGolf, zombie-infested 5K races, concerts and more are coming to the former Calverton Links golf course, which abruptly closed Oct. 30, 2013, and has only been used for special events ever since.
Diane Gunder never felt comfortable exercising in a traditional gym.
Instead, the Jamesport resident, who owns River Rain Renewal Wellness Spa in Greenport, has always sought out non-traditional ways to pursue a healthy, active lifestyle.