Stu Feldschuh’s initial reaction was to ignore the Facebook post. Mr. Feldschuh, who has owned Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead since 1988, said he knew it wasn’t true after an employee showed him the message.
“My first reaction was they’re talking about me and it’s absolutely never happened and never would happen,” said Mr. Feldschuh, who added that he rarely uses social media. READ
Riverhead Town Attorney Bob Kozakiewicz issued a statement Monday publicly apologizing for racist rants left by his wife, Dianne, on Facebook. READ
Riverhead Town will be making a new push into social media with its first social media policy set to be adopted Tuesday. READ
My initial reaction to the news a few weeks back that Facebook had added six new reaction buttons to serve as alternatives to “liking” posts was that it was about damn time. In the days that followed, however, I’ve clicked the new options a grand total of zero times.
A colorful mural on East Main Street seemed destined to be taken down a couple of weeks ago after the building owner’s architect said that it would be removed as part of a facade alteration.
But an effort by Caitlyn Shea — the artist who created the mural last summer — to save the piece of public art seems to have worked: the mural has proven too popular to remove. READ
The artist behind a East Main Street mural that may be removed as part of new construction is now fighting back. READ
Frequent readers of our websites may have noticed a recent change.
We have decided to alter our online commenting policy to allow posts only from readers using a Facebook login, a move that will decrease the number of anonymous comments made on our sites. (more…)
It’s a way of keeping in touch with friends and family — a way to enhance professional relationships and sometimes even cultivate romantic ones. I’m referring to Facebook, which has revolutionized the way we communicate with one another. (more…)