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December 30, 2004
 

Increased LI police to help ring in a safe new year

Nassau and Suffolk officials announced an increase in police presence on the roads this New Year's Eve to curb and catch drunken drivers, reports an article in Newsday. Loud and clear, their message to Long Islanders is to have a good time, but don't drink and drive. Nassau police will have close to a dozen extra patrol officers on duty through the night, along with sobriety checkpoints and the targeting of "hot spots" where they have seen high rates of DWIs in the past. In Suffolk, manpower and cars will be increased substantially for the holiday as well. Motorists should expect marked and unmarked patrol cars to be near taverns and restaurants throughout the weekend. Read the full article HERE. Be safe and smart this holiday weekend and have a very Happy New Year.


December 24, 2004
 

Greenlight in the News

From Long Island Business News, December 24-30, 2004.



Online Greenlight tells Islanders where to go

What do you get when you cross a magazine and a Web log?

At least one answer is Greenlight Long Island Magazine (www.longislandmag.com).

Launched by Derek Grosso, a 2001 graduate of George Washington University, Greenlight Long Island and its siblings, Greenlight Washington and Greenlight New York, offer restaurant and entertainment listings, as well as brief news items, feature stories and interviews.

Greenlight Long Island Magazine, however, will face plenty of competition from the likes of the online and print versions of Newsday and the Long Island Press as well as local listings from global portals like Yahoo and America Online.
(Copyright © Long Island Business News)


December 23, 2004
 

Islandwide Events This Weekend


BARNABY SAVES CHRISTMAS
Barnaby Saves Christmas has its final run this weekend at Theatre Three on Main Street in Port Jefferson. It is an original children's musical that weaves the winter holidays together in a message of love and tolerance. All tickets are $8.00.
Call 631-928-9100 or visit Theatre Three online for more information.

FIGHTER PILOT
Encounter the "Ultimate Aerial Combat Experience" at the The Leroy R. & Rose W. Grumman IMAX® Dome Theater at the Cradle of Aviation, the only New York area venue showcasing the exhilarating aerial combat film "Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag." The 45-minute film follows a young F-15 fighter pilot through Red Flag, the final training phase before pilots are sent into actual combat. For more infomation click HERE.

KWANZAA CELEBRATION
A Kwanzaa Celebration of the seven principles of African and black American life takes place through Sunday, December 26. It is a celebration with a candlelighting ceremony, poetry readings and traditional dance. It takes place at the African American Museum on North Franklin Street in Hempstead. For more information call 516-572-0730.
(Source: LongIsland.com)


December 22, 2004
 

Holiday Light Spectacular at Jones Beach


The Holiday Light Spectacular at Jones Beach runs through January 2nd. This year's drive-through light park offers a completely new show with an international peace theme. In addition to the park, the Holiday Village is expanded and will feature a tented area where families can watch holiday movies, sip hot chocolate and cider, and enjoy roasted nuts and candy canes. And what holiday event would be complete without photos with Santa? He'll be there, as will local choirs from area schools singing on select nights from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.

Over 1,000,000 lights adorn Jones Beach's West End this year, with decorations celebrating international peace. Tour the light spectacular in your vehicle ($15 per car) and witness a beautiful evening filled with illumination, excitement and awe.
(Source: LICVB&SC)


December 21, 2004
 

Westbury Public Schools Spread Joy at Annual Community Holiday Celebration

Staff and administration at Westbury Public Schools recently opened their doors to students and neighbors at its annual Community Holiday Celebration, which was held in the Westbury High School lobby. Many attended the festive occasion, which featured entertainment from students in the string orchestra and chorus at each of the District’s schools. Dr. Constance Clark, Superintendent of Schools, remarked, "Tonight’s overwhelming turnout indicates that this annual event is fulfilling it purpose — bringing our community together."
(Source: LongIsland.com)


December 19, 2004
 

Newsday Names All-Long Island Team

Selected by staff sportswriters who polled coaches, game officials and athletic directors, Newsday named the 43rd annual All-Long Island high school football team. Click HERE for the results.


December 16, 2004
 

Napper Tandy's Kicks Off Sunday Blues Night

Starting this Sunday, December 19, Napper Tandy's Irish Pub in Massapequa will be hosting an Open Blues Jam from 9:00 pm until 1:00 am every Sunday. The friendly jam session will feature 5-7 musicians at a time and is located at 5590 Merrick Road. More information can be found HERE or by calling 516.799.9269.


December 15, 2004
 

Manhasset Whole Foods Gets into the Holiday Spirit

Whole Foods of Manhasset is hosting a special day to benefit Schneider Children's Hospital on Wednesday, December 15. The natural and organic food retailer will be donating 5% of the entire day's proceeds to the hospital, just in time for the holidays. Whole Foods is located at 2101 Northern Boulevard in Manhasset. The store will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Please call 516.869.8900 for directions or information.


December 14, 2004
 

Long Island Regional Magazine Announces Launch

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
December 14, 2004

CONTACT: Derek Grosso
202/413-7613

(Long Island, NY) – Combining the format of a magazine with that of a weblog, Glen Cove resident Derek Grosso has launched a regional publication online that focuses on the people, places, and news of Long Island. Greenlight Long Island Magazine (www.longislandmag.com) provides a look at where to ‘GO’ on Long Island.

“My experience and interest in publishing has helped me to launch this magazine, and I look forward to building a solid online community for all of Long Island that is a lot of fun,” said editor and publisher, Derek Grosso.

The magazine will introduce interactive features and highlight more places to explore and visit on Long Island as it grows with and for its readers. Contributors are also being sought to write local stories, reviews and interviews.

Greenlight Long Island Magazine is an online magazine providing information on where to 'GO' on Long Island for residents, businesspersons, merchants, college communities and all visitors. The magazine is a guide to the culture, people, places and history of the Long Island area and regularly features area news briefs, human-interest stories, a dining guide, lists and interviews, as well as information on other local & regional magazines and travel guides. Greenlight Long Island Magazine is located online at www.longislandmag.com.
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December 13, 2004
 

Local Teens Arrested in SpongeBob Heist

Nassau police responded to an attempted theft call this weekend at a Burger King in Westbury, reports an article in Newsday. Two teens armed with hedge clippers and a ladder were arrested while fleeing from their failed evening prank/attempted kidnapping. The criminals' target? A 9-foot-tall SpongeBob SquarePants balloon. The incident is the latest in a nationwide crime wave of SpongeBob swipings. Read the full story HERE.


December 10, 2004
 

Ellen DeGeneres Visits Glen Cove

Talk show host and comedian Ellen DeGeneres visited Glen Cove recently as part of her visit to New York, reports the Glen Cove Record-Pilot. The local visit was part of her show's RSVP program in which Ellen reviews invitations to anything from birthday parties to boat christenings and sends back an RSVP if she will attend. The Glen Cove Youth Board's Casino Night fundraiser caught her eye. Read more HERE.


December 08, 2004
 

Students Learn Compassion, Raise $60K

David Deutsch, a science teacher at Northport High School, was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease last year. "Since then," reports an article in The Record, "an outpouring of school and community support has resulted in over $60,000 being raised for research into the disease." Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, is a progressive degenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord resulting in muscle weakness and atrophy. Read the full story HERE and visit the ALS Association online to learn more.


December 03, 2004
 

Long Island Music Festival

Sponsored by Good Times Magazine, the 12th Annual Long Island Music Festival features 10 of the Island's best bands including Breakaway, Deep Rising, Earl Green, Exit 57, Gray, Guernica, Hyjinx, Jimmy Krack Corn, Lorraine Gate and Silent Generosity. The battle kicks off Saturday, December 4 at Mulcahy's Pub & Music Hall at 8:30pm until the top band is announced. Mulcahy's is located at 3232 Railroad Avenue in Wantagh. Call 516-826-MULS or click HERE for more information.



 

Islandwide Events This Weekend


LONG ISLAND DODGEBALL CHALLENGE
The First Annual Long Island Dodgeball Challenge takes place this Saturday, December 4 at 9:00am on the campus of St. Joseph's College in Patchogue and the C.W. Post campus in Greenvale. Call 631-385-2451 or visit www.charitydodgeball.com for more information. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Long Island Association for AIDS Care.

NINTH ANNUAL CHARLES DICKENS FESTIVAL
The Annual Charles Dickens Festival runs from Friday, December 3 through Sunday, December 5 and involves shows, concerts, carolers and teas. It all takes place in Port Jefferson Village. For more information visit www.dickensinfo.com or call 631-473-1414 or 631-473-4724.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL
A Christmas Carol is being peformed at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through Sunday, December 19. Call 631-725-9500 or click HERE for more information.

HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTINGS
Here are some of the tree lighting ceremonies on Long Island this weekend:

The eighth annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony at Bayard Cutting Arboretum State Park in Great River will take place Friday, December 3 from 5:30 - 7:30pm. Santa Claus will arrive in his red sleigh escorted by the Great River Fire Department. Hot beverages and refreshments will be served. Please bring canned food items for the needy.

Orient Beach State Park will host its 17th annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6:30pm on Friday, December 3. Santa Claus will arrive along with the Orient Fire Department. Hot chocolate, cookies and hot dogs will be served. Help by donating canned food items.

The EAB Plaza in Uniondale lights its tree on Saturday, December 4 at 5:30pm. Call 516-683-0339 for more information or see our related article.

Westbury House at Old Westbury Gardens hosts its First Night Tree Lighting on Saturday, December 4 from 7 - 9pm. The House will be filled with live holiday music and feature a tree lighting ceremony on the North Lawn at 8:15pm along with Santa Claus. Call 516-333-0048 or visit www.oldwestburygardens.org.
(Source: LongIsland.com)


December 02, 2004
 

'Tis the Season

The Village Gazebo is the setting for the 50th annual village tree lighting ceremony in Garden City, reports Garden City Life. The village's three holiday trees will be lit this Sunday, December 5 between 3:30 and 4:30pm. Read the article HERE.

Suffolk Life explains the story of Chanukah, which begins at sundown Tuesday, December 7 and lasts for eight days, through the eyes of a Patchogue family. Read their story HERE.

The Manhasset Press has an article on Americana Manhasset's annual Champions for Charity, a five-day shopping event where participating shops agree to donate 25 percent of designated pre-tax purchases to the organization of the customer's choice. Read more HERE.

Thousands will gather for the annual EAB Plaza Tree Lighting Ceremony taking place Saturday, December 4 from 5:30 - 6:00pm at EAB Plaza on Hempstead Turnpike in Uniondale. The Tree Lighting Ceremony is Long Island’s largest single special event, attracting more than 25,000 spectators and serving as the kickoff for Long Island’s holiday season, according to a press release issued by EAB Plaza. Highlights of the holiday event include the J.C. Lynn Dancers and Santa’s Dancing Kids from the June Claire Dance Center in Babylon, the Northport High School Marching Band and Champion Kick Line, the West Islip High School Holiday Chorale, the North Pole Winter Wonderland Dancers from Miss Edie’s Dance Studio in Franklin Square, the Greater Nassau Chorus of Sweet Adelines, and Miss Long Island, Nancy Urban, with a special guest appearance by Santa Claus. More information can be found HERE.



 

A Time For Giving: Holiday Guides

The Times Beacon Record Newspapers is kicking off the holiday season with their annual guide to shopping, entertainment and festivities for the season - 20 pages of gift ideas - which can be found online by clicking HERE.

The Long Island Press presents their Holiday Shopping Guide this week as well, which you can download HERE.

Looking for local events and entertainment this holiday season? WBAB (102.3 FM) has you covered with their Holiday Event Guide.

If you would like us to feature your holiday guide, e-mail us at greenlightmag@yahoo.com.


December 01, 2004
 

Long Island Museums


Bridgehampton Historical Museum || Main Street and Corwith Avenue || Bridgehampton || 631.537.1088

Castle in the Sand Museum || Jones Beach State Park - East Bathhouse || Ocean Parkway || Wantagh || 516.785.1600

Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum || Main Street || Cold Spring Harbor || 631.367.3418

Cradle of Aviation Museum || Charles Lindbergh Boulevard || Garden City || 516.572.4111

East End Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation || 3rd Street at the Ferry Dock || Greenport || 631.477.2100

Garvies Point Museum and Preserve || Barry Drive || Glen Cove || 516.571.8010

Hillwood Art Museum || Long Island University - CW Post Campus || 720 Northern Boulevard || Brookville || 526.299.4073

Hofstra Museum (Emily Lowe Gallery) || Hofstra University || Hempstead || 516.463.5672

The Holocaust Memorial and Educational Center of Nassau County || 100 Crescent Beach Road || Glen Cove || 516.571.8040

Horton Point Lighthouse & Nautical Museum || Lighthouse Road || Southold || 631.765.5500

Long Island Children’s Museum || 11 Davis Avenue || Garden City || 516.224.5800

Long Island Maritime Museum || 86 West Avenue || West Sayville || 631.HIS.TORY

The Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages || 1200 Route 25A || Stony Brook || 631.751.0066

Long Island Studies Institute || 619 Fulton Avenue || Hempstead || 516.463.6407

Montauk Point Lighthouse Museum || Route 27 || Montauk || 631.668.2544 or 888.MTK.POINT

My Jewish Discovery Place Children's Museum || 74 Hauppauge Road || Commack || 631.462.9800

Nassau County Museum of Art || One Museum Drive || Roslyn Harbor || 516.484.9338

Old Bethpage Village Restoration || Round Swamp Road || Old Bethpage || 516.572.8400

Parrish Art Museum || 25 Job's Lane || Southampton || 631.283.2118

Railroad Museum of Long Island || 440 Fourth Street || Greenport || 631.477.0439

Railroad Museum of Long Island - Riverhead || Griffing Avenue (Opposite Riverhead RR Station) || Riverhead || 631.727.7920

Raynham Hall Museum || 20 West Main Street || Oyster Bay || 516.922.6808

Sea Cliff Village Museum || 95 Tenth Avenue || Sea Cliff || 516.671.0090

Southold Historical Society Museum || Maple Lane and Main Road || Southold || 631.765.5500

Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum & Planetarium || 180 Little Neck Road || Centerport || 631.854.5555

Tackapausha Museum and Preserve || Washington Avenue near Merrick Road || Seaford || 516.571.7443

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  Della Femina 99 North Main Street East Hampton Contemporary American
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  Steamboat Landing 74 Shore Road Glen Cove Seafood
  Steve's Pier 1 33 Bayville Avenue Bayville Seafood
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  Three Village Inn 150 Main Street Stony Brook American Classic
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