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One thing that there is no lack of on Long Island is fabulous wine and dining. With almost limitless dining options on Long Island, you'll want to know what other locals enjoy before hitting the town, or heading out East for a vineyard trip.

LongIsland.com’s 2015 September Family Fun Guide: Apple Picking, Town Fairs, 5Ks, and More Ways to Keep Active in Autumn!

School is back in session, but there is plenty of fun to be had on the weekends and after school!

Pick the Perfect Peck of Apples at Long Island’s U-Pick Orchards

Enjoy the best of what September has to offer - awesome apple picking at nearby farms and orchards!

Now Casting: Fox's Smash Hit Hotel Hell

FOX's smash hit show "Hotel Hell" is back for a third season, and we are on a nationwide search for Hotels, Motels or Inns that include food service, and that need to make some serious changes.

Take in Fantastic Seaside Views at a Waterfront Restaurant

Treat yourself to dinner at a restaurant with spectacular views of the ocean, the Sound, and local bays and rivers!

LongIsland.com’s 2015 Labor Day Weekend Guide to Complete Summer Activities

Labor Day Weekend is right around the corner! Complete the rest of your summer with these festivities and events.

Test Your Knowledge at a Local Trivia Night

Assemble your team and plan a fun night out at a local trivia night!

Legislator Anker Celebrates Grown on Long Island Day with the Long Island Farm Bureau

Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker attended the Long Island Farm Bureau’s 5th Annual Celebrate Grown on Long Island Day at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank. The one-day Farmer’s Market brought attention to the produce, wines, and ...

Community Helps Restock Local Pantries During Their Most Stressed Season

June through September is a challenging time of year for food pantries as donations typically decline during these months and family need increases when school lets out.

Health Commissioner Issues Advisory about Food Safety after Power Outage

Suffolk County Commissioner of Health Services Dr. James Tomarken today issued a food safety advisory for residents who lost power in Monday night’s storm.

LongIsland.com’s August 2015 Family Fun Guide: Street Festivals and More Fun to Toast the End of Summer!

Make the most of the last month of summer vacation with these great fairs, festivals, and outdoor events!

Unleash Your Inner Artist at LI's Paint Night Events

Paint nights are great for beginner painters, or people who just want to try something new in a friendly atmosphere.

A.G. Schneiderman Statement on Announcement by Wage Board to Raise the Minimum Wage for Fast-Food Workers

Attorney General Eric. T. Schneiderman issued a statement today on the decision by the New York State wage board to raise the minimum wage of fast-food workers to $15.00 per hour.

Sodium Overload: Study Shows Americans Are Ready to Pass on the Salt

Americans consume too much sodium, according to the CDC.

Governor Cuomo Announces More Than $350,000 Available to Help Low-Income Families and Veterans Access Healthy Foods

Governor Cuomo announced that more than $350,000 is available to help low-income families and veterans participate in the FreshConnect Checks Program, which increases the purchasing power of food stamps used at participating farmers markets.

LongIsland.com's 2015 July Family Fun Guide: Fireworks, 4th of July Celebrations & Tons of Summer Fun!

Summer is finally here, and July is packed with fun filled events from start to finish!

Governor Cuomo Announces Free Meals to Boost Children's Nutrition During Summer Months

Governor Cuomo announced the availability of free summer meals sites throughout the state to provide children from low-income households with fresh, healthy food when schools are out of session.

USDA Wants to See You “#GrillingLikeaPRO” This Fourth of July Weekend

This Fourth of July weekend, many Americans will be celebrating our nation with family gatherings and summer cookouts. The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service is reminding families to take extra care not to let foodborne bacteria, ...

Governor Cuomo Announces $658 Million to Support Nutrition Programs for New Yorkers in Need

Governor Cuomo announced $658 million to support access to healthy and nutritious food for some of New York’s most vulnerable residents.

USDA Food Safety Tips for Areas Affected by Severe Thunderstorms

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing food safety recommendations for the Northeast, Central Appalachians and Ohio Valley due to severe thunderstorms.

Sip on a Cold One at These Upcoming Beer Events

Enjoy some time with friends while indulging in some delicious beer!
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