On Oct. 11, 1814, local historian Richard Wines said, James Galloway, commander of the British ship the HMS Dispatch, recorded in his official log that weather conditions in Riverhead that day were “fair.” (more…)
Thousands of people visited downtown Riverhead on Sunday for the 39th annual Riverhead Country Fair.
Vendors lined Main Street and the waterfront and sold a variety of goods — from roasted corn to crocheted baby hats.
You’ve likely driven past legendary scientist Nikola Tesla’s lab in Shoreham many times in the past.
And it’s even more likely you’ve never set foot on the lab’s grounds.
You can change all that from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 25. (more…)
I used to think the year’s best eating came at November’s Thanksgiving dinner or in July with a couple of North Fork ears of corn. But no, it seems I’m wrong again. (more…)
• Work by Sayville artist Sharon Way-Howard can be seen from Oct. 9, through Oct. 20 at Gallery Crossing in Peconic. (more…)
October is upon us, friends and neighbors. Time to put those flip-flops away. This time of year, although beautiful, always makes me very sad. Most of you know how I feel about the cold, wind and snow; I can’t stand it. I’ll admit, a good snowstorm that doesn’t cause a power outage is always nice around the holidays, but the many months of dealing with snow, ice and whipping wind — yuck! (more…)