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January 27, 2005
 

Anne-Regina: Musician and Pop-Singer

GREENLIGHT LONG ISLAND INTERVIEW
by Derek Grosso

ANNE-REGINAWhere were you born and where do you currently reside?
I was born in Bayside, Queens. I currently live in Bayport on Long Island.

Walk us through a day in your life.
I start my day with a cup of coffee. After about a hundred phone calls, I hop in my truck and meet up with my producer, John Gatto, to plan out the day's events. We usually start our evenings around 7:00 p.m. and work in the studio until the wee hours. It varies from day to day, but nevertheless, a big part of my day is spent on our music.

Tell us about your debut album, "Best Kept Secret."
I'm extremely proud of all the work that has gone into making my debut album. I have a collection of wonderful writers whose musical background spans the entertainment field. The music varies from contemporary dance, to classic ballads with mature pop overtones. I feel this CD appeals to everyone's musical tastes.

Who do you count among your influences in music?
Besides my family, who instilled in me the love of music, I would have to say my greatest influence would be the vocal talent of Steve Perry.

Sum up the Long Island music scene in five words.
Musical, Talented, Individuality, Rebirth, Overlooked.

Any interesting stories about a gig/adventure on the Island?
So far, any show I've ever done on Long Island has been great. My only adventures or funny stories have taken place out of the country, but I must admit, I thoroughly enjoyed singing the National Anthem at the Long Island Ducks game. It was my first time ever singing for a sporting event and it was a blast.

We've heard that you starred in a few TV commercials early on in your career. Please to explain your Burger King television experience.
It was a real cute bit. I was a little girl sitting in a booth with my make-believe family, singing how great Burger King burgers were. I was so surprised how long a two second spot took to film. But that experience taught me discipline and patience that I could use in every aspect of this industry.

What is your favorite place on Long Island?
I love to visit the Historic Estates of Long Island's Gold Coast.

Favorite local sports team?
I love the Rangers, but unfortunately they're not from Long Island.

Favorite mode of transportation?
I love driving my truck.

Favorite restaurant?
Mama Lombardi's Restaurant in Holbrook, Long Island.

Favorite website?
www.anneregina.com

Favorite word?
Absolutely

Favorite relaxation?
Working out at the gym

Most dynamic duo, real or fictional?
Lucy and Ricky Ricardo

You're in a time machine that can take you to one place. Where do you go?
The Renaissance Period. I seem to have a connection to that time period. I was fortunate enough to reveal my passion for the Renaissance period in part of my Music Video titled, "The Right Place at the Right Time."

Best Halloween costume you've seen (or been)?
I haven't seen anything spectacular yet, but if I were to have a Halloween party it would come as no surprise. The theme would be the Renaissance Period. I would rent a castle and everyone would be dressed in that period costume. Now that would be SPECTACULAR.

What newspaper(s) did you read this morning?
Newsday

I would like a lifetime subscription to ______ magazine?
ELLE

Most recent book read or movie seen?
Unfortunately I don't have the time to enjoy a good book, but I recently saw for the hundredth time, My Cousin Vinny. I never get tired of that movie. I have a few favorites that I watch when I have spare time. I'm always drawn to comedy.

Historic figure you would most like to meet, living or dead?
Joan of Arc

Any quick stories about another artist or celebrity you've met?
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Cyndi Lauper. She was the most honest and sincere celebrity that I have met to date. She had words of advice that will stay with me forever. She told me when I'm out there and singing to the crowd, if I ever feel that no one is listening, just sing to the angels, because they're always there watching over you.

Who would you like to see run for President?
Colin Powell

Memory of growing up?
One thing is for certain when I was growing up I was always singing. Music was and still is a very important part of my life.

Favorite vacation spot?
Anywhere sunny and warm.

Favorite local secret?
I love quaint little Coffee Houses.

What is your 'best kept secret?'
If I told you, it wouldn't be a secret.

What has been your greatest/proudest accomplishment thus far?
The completion of my CD, and I know there is more to come.

Most important life lesson?
Never give up.

What makes Long Island special?
We are close enough to the city to enjoy the Metropolitan lifestyle, but yet escape to the quaint country like towns tucked away all over Long island, not to mention our cultural atmosphere.

Anne-Regina's "Best Kept Secret" is available on Qopel Records and can be sampled and purchased online at www.anneregina.com.


January 25, 2005
 

Winter in Long Island Wine Country

For the entire month of February, visitors can purchase a passport to Long Island Wine Country. Passport holders will be able to take advantage of special discounts, promotions and gifts at participating wineries, local shops, restaurants, places to stay, and other local attractions while receiving a special mark from each establishment. The Winter Wine Month promotion will provide an opportunity to experience the warmth and beauty of the region while enjoying special offers and discounts.

Participating wineries will be offering discounts on purchases, samples, free wine tastings and special gifts. Many of the participating hotels and B&Bs are offering discounted room rates or special packages. And local restaurants are offering specials highlighting Long Island wines. Passport holders will also be entered into a series of drawings.

The cost of the Long Island Wine Country Passport is $25. It will be available for purchase on the Long Island Wine Council website, as well as at participating wineries, and can be used for the entire month of February.

PARTIAL LIST OF PARTICIPATING WINERIES: Bedell Cellars, Castello di Borghese, Corey Creek Vineyards, Galluccio Family Wineries, Jamesport Vineyards, Macari Vineyards, Martha Clara Vineyards, Palmer Vineyards, Paumanok Vineyards, Pellegrini Vineyards, Roanoke Vineyards, Waters Crest Winery, Wölffer Estate Vineyards.

PARTIAL LIST OF PARTICIPATING LODGING: Barons Cove Inn, Best Western East End, Colette Inn, The Inn at East Wind, Hidden Mill B&B, Southampton Inn, Mainstay B&B, Victorian Lady B&B, Vintage B&B.

PARTIAL LIST OF PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS: Almond, Colette Restaurant, North Fork Grill, Southampton Publick House.


January 19, 2005
 

Students and Businesses Come Out in Force

More than 1,500 students attended the 2005 Internship/Industry Connection Fair at the Huntington Hilton in Melville to network with Long Island businesses. Over sixty-five companies participated, including Computer Associates, Telephonics, Pall Corporation, and Symbol Technologies, to help attendees learn about different industries and internship opportunities and to enhance their career preparation skills, from resumes to interviews. The fair was open to high school juniors and seniors, college and graduate students.

"The Fair provides a venue for Long Island businesses to express their corporate citizenship, while providing short-term workforce solutions that creates long-term relationships," said Cheryl Davidson, Executive Director of the Long Island Works Coalition. "It also gives students an opportunity to learn about the skills and education needed for various careers in a hands-on environment. It's a win-win situation."

The Long Island Works Coalition began hosting the Internship/Industry Connection Fair in January 2001 to provide a forum for students to connect to Long Island companies. For more information, contact the Long Island Works Coalition at 631.843.4010 or visit them online at www.liworks.org.


January 17, 2005
 

Exploring Long Island, Past and Present


Big Duck || The 20-foot tall, 30-foot long duck alongside Route 24.

Garvies Point Museum and Preserve || The Museum is a center for research on Long Island geology and a valued resource in the study of the Island's Native American archaeology.

Long Island's Gold Coast || A guide to Long Island's Gold Coast mansions, past and present. Includes mansion ruins and those used in movies.

Long Island's Lighthouses || Includes images and history of past and present lighthouses on Long Island.

Long Island Wine Country || Dedicated to achieving recognition for Long Island as a premium wine producing region. The Long Island Wine Council was founded in 1989 and currently has 32 full members.

Old Westbury Gardens || Built in 1906, a fine example of period landscape design and architecture in America. Over 100 acres of formal gardens, landscaped grounds, woodlands, ponds and lakes.

Oyster Bay Historical Society || Headquartered in the historic Earle-Wightman House museum and library, the Society has assisted tourists, students, scholars, and historians for more than 40 years.

Port Jefferson Historical Society || Founded in 1967, the Historical Society of Greater Port Jefferson seeks to discover, preserve and disseminate knowledge about the history of the Greater Port Jefferson area.

...more to come


January 14, 2005
 

Laurie Puhn, J.D.: Harvard-educated Lawyer, Communication Expert and Author

GREENLIGHT LONG ISLAND INTERVIEW
by Derek Grosso

LAURIE PUHNWhere were you born and where do you currently reside?
I was born in Manhattan and my family moved to the suburb of Great Neck when I was one year old. My parents still live in Great Neck and I now live in Manhattan. I have an office in the city and in Great Neck, where I do a lot of my writing.

Walk us through a day in your life.
I get up early, read the newspaper, usually walk across the street to Barnes & Noble and buy a cup of coffee from the B & N café. Then I return home and start working! In the morning I usually make phone calls and write e-mails. I also do some writing in preparation for upcoming Instant Persuasion seminars and events. After lunch I often have interviews with radio and magazine reporters. I reserve time to communicate and brainstorm with my marketing and publicity assistants. In the evening, I tend to socialize with friends and family.

Tell us a little about your new book, "Instant Persuasion."
"Instant Persuasion: How to Change Your Words to Change Your Life" (Penguin/Tarcher; ISBN# 1585423238; January 2005) offers simple communication rules to get what you want at home, at work and in your social life. Each chapter identifies a communication blunder that persuades people to dislike and argue with you and then offers the simple fix, the communication wonder to win them over. The blunders and wonders are revealed through entertaining real-life anecdotes that illustrate how to avoid the blunders and use the wonders in your everyday conversations to ethically get what you want.

Favorite museum?
Museum of Natural History

Favorite website?
www.smartcomments.com

Favorite word?
Believe

Favorite relaxation?
Watching a good movie on TV

What is your favorite restaurant?
Bevanda Ristorante in Great Neck

Favorite mode of transportation?
Bus

Favorite local sports team?
Mets

Favorite place on Long Island?
The hidden lake behind the Cold Spring Harbor Fish Hatchery and Aquarium

Most dynamic duo, real or fictional?
Lois and Clark

The macarena or electric slide?
Macarena

You're in a time machine that can take you to one place. Where do you go?
August 28, 1963. Back to the March on Washington, which featured the Rev. Martin Luther King's famous "I Have a Dream" speech.

Best Halloween costume you've seen (or been)?
A group of women as the Spice Girls

What newspaper(s) did you read this morning?
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times

I would like a lifetime subscription to ______ magazine?
Oprah

Most recent book read?
Instant Persuasion: How to Change Your Words to Change Your Life

Historic figure you would most like to meet, living or dead?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Who would you like to see run for President?
John McCain

Memory of growing up?
I will never forget the fantastic birthday parties that my parents would throw for my sister and me in our backyard. Every year my mother would come up with two original ideas (one for my sister and one for me), from designing a carnival with booths and prizes to making our own hats and jewelry. Every birthday party was special.

Favorite vacation spot?
Aruba

Dream apartment in Manhattan?
Rooftop apartment with a large terrace and sunlight entering every room. I love sunlight!

What has been your greatest/proudest accomplishment thus far?
My proudest achievement is getting Instant Persuasion published by Penguin Group, USA. In the beginning all I had was a book idea that I believed in. So I went to the library to read books about writing a book. I didn’t know anyone in the publishing industry, but I worked hard and was persuasive enough to win over a top literary agent who helped me sell my book at auction to Penguin. The day I sold my book was one of the most incredible days of my life.

Most important life lesson?
Where there is a will, there is a way.

What makes Long Island special?
Long Island is an oasis from the city. It has beaches, malls and beautiful parks. I can play golf and tennis and just relax in the quiet serenity of my parent’s backyard. Then, just a short train ride away, is the fast-paced city where I can enjoy lively action and excitement.

Laurie's new book, "Instant Persuasion: How to Change Your Words to Change Your Life," is now in bookstores. You can purchase a copy and find out more at www.smartcomments.com. She will also be appearing on NBC's "Weekend Today in NY" this Sunday, January 16 from 7:00 am - 8:00 am.


January 13, 2005
 

Brian Dennehy Visits Long Island to Lend a Hand

Tony Award-winning actor and Long Island native Brian Dennehy recently paid a visit to The Center for Developmental Disabilities in Woodbury. The Center, established in 1958, is committed to helping children and adults with differing abilities achieve their dreams by overcoming various barriers. Dennehy met with the 32 children and adolescents living with autism or developmental disabilities and who benefit from Island Harvest, a local program that provides canned and packaged goods to the center as part of their efforts to end hunger and reduce food waste on Long Island. Several residents baked the Chaminade High School alumnus a cake to thank him for taking the time to visit the campus. To find out more, visit both The Center for Developmental Disabilities and Island Harvest online.


January 12, 2005
 

SBU's "Food Maven" presents The History of Drinking in New York

Stony Brook University’s Center for Wine, Food and Culture will welcome "Food Maven" Arthur Schwartz for an evening devoted to "The History of Drinking in New York" on Tuesday, January 25 at 6:30 pm at Stony Brook's Manhattan location (401 Park Avenue South at 28th Street).

The author of "Arthur Schwartz's New York City Food" will share his expertise on the origin of Manhattan's specialty drinks from the Bloody Mary to the Cosmopolitan, as well as his favorite local wine offerings. With each drink, Schwartz will also match up some definitive New York foods, including Nathan's hot dogs, a Second Avenue Deli sandwich, and spectacular local cheeses and smoked seafood.

"I am thrilled and flattered to be among the first programs offered by this new division of Stony Brook University," Schwartz said. "We will partake of drinks from Bloody Marys to my favorite Long Island wines." As a special treat, Schwartz will team up with the director of the Center for Wine, Food and Culture, Louisa Hargrave, to invent a new cocktail appropriately called "The Stony Brook."

Participants must be 21 or over to attend and participate in the event and space is limited. A fee of $85 will include the lecture, food and wine tasting, and an autographed copy of Schwartz’s new book. Call 631.632.9404 to register or visit Stony Brook’s Center for Wine, Food, and Culture online.


January 10, 2005
 

Local Athlete Recognized as All-American


Christina DeMartinoChristina DeMartino of Massapequa Park was recently named the High School Girls National Player of the Year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. She will be recognized at the NSCAA All-America Luncheon in Baltimore, Maryland on Saturday, January 15. This is her second All-America selection. DeMartino is also the first ever two-time winner of the Michael Clarke Award, presented to the best female high school soccer player in Nassau County. Playing midfield, she was the team leading scorer as a freshman, sophomore and senior at Massapequa High School. She also plays in the Long Island Junior Soccer League for the Albertson Express. DeMartino will be attending UCLA in the Fall of 2005 on a soccer scholarship.


January 08, 2005
 

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January 07, 2005
 

Giuliani and Russert to speak at LIA Annual Meeting

The Long Island Association will host its annual meeting for 2005 on Thursday, January 27 at the Crest Hollow Country Club in Woodbury. The 11:00 am event will feature guest speakers Rudy Giuliani, former NYC Mayor, and Tim Russert, host of MSNBC's Meet the Press. The two will discuss "After the Election, Where is America Headed." The cost to attend is $200 for LIA members, $300 for non-members. For more information, contact Barbara Legname at 631.493.3034 or visit LIA online.


January 06, 2005
 

Dale Lewis: Executive Director, Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts

GREENLIGHT LONG ISLAND INTERVIEW
by Derek Grosso

DALE LEWISWhere were you born and where do you currently reside?
I was born in New York, and reside on Long Island and in Connecticut.

Walk us through a day in your life.
Usdan Center provides me with varied, challenging, and delightful opportunities. During our summer season, I work with wonderful performer-teachers and 2,000 young people who study at the Center every day. The energy, talent, and sparkle of these great Long Island kids provides me with inspiration and joy. My day consists of educational and artistic planning and programming, as well as the full range of administrative duties that relate to the operation of a large educational institution. These include hiring and supervising a faculty of 200 and a support staff of 100, choosing and presenting artist concerts, working with our Board, and a new Long Island Leadership Council, financial planning and fundraising, personnel management, facilities planning and management (Usdan has a 200-acre campus in Huntington, with 70 buildings), development, government, community and donor relations, etc. I plan curriculum and program additions and changes, and am privileged to work with Usdan's "family" of superb artist-administrators.

What is your favorite restaurant?
My favorite restaurant is in East Orleans on the Cape. It is a clam shack called Captain Cass. Among my favorites on Long Island is Angelina's.

Favorite television show?
Curb Your Enthusiasm

Favorite museum?
The Metropolitan

Favorite website?
www.usdan.com

Favorite word?
Suitable

Favorite relaxation?
Boating

Favorite season/time of year?
Summer (at Usdan!)

Favorite mode of transportation?
Boating, redux

Favorite local sports team?
Yankees

Favorite place on Long Island?
Usdan's magnificent and inspiring woodland.

Most dynamic duo, real or fictional?
Felix and Oscar

What is playing on your radio right now?
WNYC's Leonard Lopate show. Favorite show: Fresh Air

What newspaper(s) did you read this morning?
The Chronicle of Philanthropy

I would like a lifetime subscription to ______ magazine?
Soundings

Most recent book read or movie seen?
Book: Dan Brown's The Da Vinci Code
Movie: Cinderella Man (not yet released)

Historic figure you would most like to meet, living or dead?
My distant relative, Dr. Emanuel Lasker. He was a mathematician, philosopher, social scientist, humanitarian, and chess grand master. Lasker was world chess champion from 1894 until 1921. My father was a favorite of his.

Who would you like to see run for President?
Joe Biden

Memory of growing up?
I was a performing cellist, and have numerous memories of traveling throughout the country on the way to concert appearances.

Favorite vacation spot?
Chatham, Massachusetts

Favorite local secret?
Usdan Center for the Arts

What has been your greatest/proudest accomplishment thus far?
My choice of a perfect spouse, and the successes of our two beautiful children. Professionally: Providing opportunities for, and, perhaps, inspiring young people whose passion is art.

What would you like people to know about you?
They know enough!

Most important life lesson?
Embrace change. It is inevitable in any case.

What makes Long Island special?
Long Island has beautiful spaces, warm and natural people, and the vitality of being part of the metropolitan area. And then there's the water...


January 05, 2005
 

Raising the (Wrong) Roof

A Long Island resident came home to find contractors replacing his roof with a new one, says a CBS report. However, Jim Sullivan, a Suffolk resident, didn't hire them. His neighbor did. In a $1200 error, a local crew ripped off Sullivan's roof just before Christmas, mistaking his home for his neighbor's. The Suffolk County Department of Consumer Affairs recently inspected the job. Check out the full story HERE.



 

Great Neck Chamber Celebrates a Year of Success

The Great Neck Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual awards ceremony and dinner on Wednesday, January 26, (with a snow date of Thursday, February 3) from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The ceremony will be held this year in Melville Hall at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. Awards will be presented to individuals and organizations who have made a difference in the business and local community throughout the past year. All Chamber members and friends are invited to attend. Tickets are $70 per person and may be reserved by calling the Chamber of Commerce at 516-487-2000.


January 04, 2005
 

C.W. Post Poetry Center Names New Director

Created in 1974, the Poetry Center of the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University is the longest-running literary center at any university in the New York metropolitan area. This year, the center will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a new director, C.W. Post Professor Isaac Cates.

Cates holds a Ph.D. in English from Yale University; a M.A. in the Writing Seminars from John Hopkins University, and a B.A. in Liberal Arts from the University of Texas. Dr. Cates is also an assistant professor in the English Department at C.W. Post. His poetry has been published far and wide and he has been honored with the Mellon Fellowship, the Yale Academy of American Poets Prize, and the Albert Stanburrough Cook Prize in Poetry.

"I know Isaac shares my belief that the Poetry Center must provide a home for Long Island poets as well as poets from other corners of the country," said outgoing director Norbert Krapf.

Krapf, a former Roslyn Heights resident who has held the post since the center’s inception, retired as the Center’s director and now serves as Poet Laureate for the campus.

Cates' plans for the Poetry Center include reaching new readers and increasing attendance. Four large events are planned for this spring: two readings by visiting poets, a reading in which faculty members will read favorite poems and the annual Poetry Awards Night, which will honor Krapf, this year’s guest speaker, for his years of work with the Center.


January 03, 2005
 

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09/05/2005  Interview with Chris Russo || The Apprentice's Long Islander, Season 2
09/05/2005  Interview with NBC's The Apprentices || Where Are They Now?
07/18/2005  Interview with Tom Barella || www.see-tom.com
06/30/2005  Interview with The Howlin' Thurstons || Punk Surf/Garage Rock Band
05/28/2005  Interview with Earl Green || Original Rock Band
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02/22/2005  Interview with Dr. Isaac Cates || Director, C.W. Post Poetry Center
02/10/2005  Interview with Four95 || Rock Band
01/27/2005  Interview with Anne-Regina || Musician and Pop-Singer
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