Credit: Ashley Pinciaro
I’d forgotten the name of a character in a book and went to Wikipedia. I found what I wanted, but was struck by how easy it is to find not only a name, but five paragraphs that tell the entire story — how it began, what happened along the way and how it ended. (more…)
“S.S. Rendezvous and Race” by Mattituck artist Pat Feiler.
• A concert titled ‘Craigslistlieder and Other Love Songs’ will be presented at 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Poquatuck Hall in Orient.
Pianist Steven Blier will be joined by soprano Chelsea Morris, mezzo soprano Lauren Eberwein, tenor William Goforth and bass Theo Hoffman. (more…)
As the Eagles have sung, “There’s a New Kid in Town.” Kiran Malhotra is now the owner of Shoreham Wines & Spirits on Route 25A. Kiran is a 22-year resident of Shoreham, a graduate of Shoreham-Wading River High School, a military veteran and former staff member of the store. (more…)
The bride and groom: Jocelyn Podlas and Gene Senendlewski. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder)
Congratulations to Bob and Mary Raffel, two awesome people who just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and renewed their vows. They had a wonderful party attended by family and friends. Mary and Bob, I love you both dearly and wish you lots of love and happiness in your future together. We had a great time celebrating with you. God bless and congratulations! (more…)
Michael McShane of Laurel was the winner of the Sound to Bay 5K last year. (Credit: Daniel De Mato)
Congratulations to Dorothy and Donald Frank, who celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary Aug. 15. Lots of love and good health from your family and friends.
The weekend I’ve been waiting for has arrived. Jamesport Fire Department’s Sound to Bay 10K/5K run will be held Sunday, Aug. 24, at 9 a.m. (more…)
This hydrant on E. Main Street will be painted soon. (Credit: Claire Leaden)
Fire hydrants are a prime example of functionality over aesthetics. They’ll get you water in an emergency, but no one’s ever insisted they have to look good doing it.
Still, the folks at East End Arts believe it wouldn’t hurt to try. (more…)
Rabbi Michael Rascoe, center, meeting with community members during a welcoming BBQ at Temple Israel of Riverhead Sunday night. From left, Herb and Fran Dresher of Riverhead, and Elaine and Charles Kimpel of Babylon Village. (Credit: Jennifer Gustavson photos)
Temple Israel of Riverhead hosted a barbecue dinner Sunday night to welcome its newest leader.
In between munching on BBQ favorites like hamburgers and roasted corn, community members greeted Rabbi Michael Rascoe, who had served at the L’Chaim Center in Houston, Tex., prior to coming to Riverhead.
“It’s my kind of community — rural and diverse,” he said about his new home. “I’m enjoying meeting people in the community. They’re very nice and friendly.”
Rabbi Rascoe said his goals include growing the congregation and enhancing the temple’s social and educational programs.
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Hundreds of planes, jets and helicopters converged on the western runway at the Enterprise Park at Calverton Saturday and then flew around the area for most of the day.
All of them weighed less than 50 pounds.
Saturday was “National Model Aviation Day” and Edgewood Flyers of Deer Park celebrated by having a model aviation “fly-in” at EPCAL. (more…)