Monday 23 Oct 2017
In Tune: Meet three big drivers behind Suffolk’s arts and music scene
December 6, 2016
“This is really a group of introverted people having an extroverted time” says Maxwell Peters of Planet of Sound Promotions.
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Till Talk: Don’t think small savings; think big sales!December 5, 2016
Analyze those expenses, and you will save thousands instead of dozens of dollars.
Hundreds of toys get shipped from Brown’s to the Boys & Girls ClubDecember 4, 2016
As they do every year for the holidays, Gary Brown and the management at Brown's put out a call to employees to help the less fortunate. The employees delivered.
Your complete guide to dining with Santa in Greater PatchogueNovember 29, 2016
If you require a little bit more quality time than Santa Claus at the mall has to offer, there are several options within the Greater Patchogue area.
Reflections: How many whales must die before a better system is put in place?November 27, 2016
A new system must be put in place because the current one broke somewhere in the last three decades. While NOAA may never relinquish their authority …
Till Talk: Where big box employees simply can’t competeNovember 26, 2016
I find I make virtually no returns with items purchased from smaller businesses.
Your guide to shopping local for the holidays in Greater PatchogueNovember 23, 2016
When shopping local, you not only experience friendly hometown service, but your money stays in your community. Everybody wins.
Till Talk: You don’t need Disney or Apple money to create a great experience for guestsNovember 17, 2016
I am amazed at how many businesses I see with burnt-out lights on their signs, or cigarettes all over the sidewalk in front of their business.
New Suffolk County program helps with bail for those accused of misdemeanorsNovember 13, 2016
Under the Suffolk County model, Legal Aid lawyers will coordinate with the Opportunity Council to qualify defendants for the program, which requires bail be $2,000 or less.
Op/Ed: The need for mindfulness, yoga, meditation and extended play in schoolsNovember 8, 2016
Some technologies also remove us from living in the present moment. In some cases, they can leave some students emotionally and socially paralyzed. — Dr. Michael Hynes