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Big Game Eats

by Katherine Andrianas     While there isn’t much tailgating this year, we still have the big game to look forward to. No matter what team it...

A Guide to the North Fork This November

by Katherine Andrianas     Fill your weekends up by heading out east to enjoy all the things that excite you. Home to farm stands, farmer’s markets,...

Halloween – Daytime & Nighttime

Katherine Andrianas     Dating back over 2,000 years ago, the traditional name for Halloween was All Hallows’ Eve. It was a secular holiday linked to the...

How To Stay Safe While Having Fun This Summer

Though we’ve had to make significant adjustments to our daily routine, we must also appreciate the deeper sense of connectedness we’ve experienced with friends and family. We all have good days and bad, but now that summer is here, let’s make the best of both.

Big Game Eats

Who’s ready for the big game? No matter what team it is you’re rooting for, we’ve found some of the best restaurants and bars where everyone will feel welcome. So, get ready for a day filled with great food, drinks and good company!

Long Island Holiday Festivities

Celebrate the holidays close to home this season by checking out what’s happening right here on Long Island!

Calendar of Events

Looking to fill your weekends up? No matter what it is that excites you, there are so many things to do in celebration of fall and the upcoming holiday season. Whether it means planning a date night, or day of family fun, we’ve found some of the best events happening on Long Island throughout November into December. So, be sure to check them out!

Halloween Daytime/Halloween Nighttime

Dating back over 2,000 years ago, the traditional name for Halloween was All Hallows’ Eve. It was a secular holiday linked to the celebration of death, the supernatural and the transition between seasons. Known as the night before All Saint’s Day, Irish and Spanish cultures would celebrate the faithfully departed with feasts, bonfires and sacrificial offerings.

End of Summer FESTIVALS

It’s hard to believe the kids are back to school and fall is upon us. As we transition between seasons, there are tons of festivals on Long Island worth attending. Whether you plan on heading east or west, this month’s calendar is packed with events that’ll keep you busy all weekend long.

Summer Festivals

Now that summer is in full swing, look for fun ways to enjoy the warm weather. Whether you head east or west, there is always something happening on Long Island this time of year. So, to help plan out your weekends, we’ve found some popular events you won’t want to miss!

Mother’s Day Brunch

Show Mom you care by taking her to dine out at one of Long Island’s scenic waterfront restaurants

Out on the Vine

Long Island is home to some of the best vineyards around. Offering tons of events, live entertainment, tastings and tours, there is always something fun going on. So, if you’re looking for a full day’s worth of activities, check out what our favorite vineyards have planned!
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