Monthly Archives: January 2017

  Shoreham is about to get a whole lot brighter in the coming months as construction starts on the Nikola Tesla Science Center. Many people know who Edison is, Thomas Edison that is not the electrical company, but few seem to not know who Nikola Tesla is.┬áNot only is there a car brand named after […]

According to Newsday, the National Parks Service is ready to formally ban Vaping in various areas and buildings at national parks. According to NPS spokesman Jeffrey Olson, The proposed rule would put Vapers on the same level as smokers, permitting superintendents of the parks to determine where and when to enact the bans. The parks […]

On Valentine’s day Nassau County’s Cantiague Park, Christopher Morely Park and Grant Park ice skating rinks will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano is calling it “Valentine Skate”. The flyer that was posted on NassauCountyNy.gov states that: For the first 150 ladies wearing red (in honor of American Heart Month) they will […]

On January 17, Father Tortora Park, located at 55 Central Ave in Patchogue, will be closed for demolition go right here. Dennis Smith, Patchogue’s Special Projects coordinator expects the park to re-open┬áJune after renovations are complete. The park was first created in the late 1950’s in honor of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church’s Father […]

Thanks to the efforts of Brookhaven Town large numbers of bait fish and eels will be making a comeback to Swan River in East Patchogue, sometime in the next 200 years. The town had recently awarded a grant of $345,000 to build a natural passage through a dam on the river located on the north […]

Long Island is home to many lighthouses. Beautiful monuments to a time of dangerous travels and when technology did not dominate navigation. We have compiled a list of Lighthouses that are a must to visit 1. Huntington Harbor Lighthouse Formerly known as the Lloyd Harbor Lighthouse, this piece of Long Island’s History can be found […]