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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.

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!

Monroe College Culinary Arts Student Selected to Participate in National ACF Student Chef of the Year Competition in August

Monroe College, a national leader in urban and international education, today announced that culinary arts student Rossella Cangialosi has been chosen to compete in the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) National Student Chef of the Year Competition, held ...

USDA Offers Summer Food Safety Tips in Advance of Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer, and many Americans will celebrate with cookouts, camping, road trips, and other activities that involve food.

Get Your Fresh Fruits & Veggies from a Local Farmers Market!

Check out the upcoming farmers markets that are being held all across the Island from now until November!

Suffolk County & Islip Town Officials to Honor Elementary School Children Who Started Pantry at School to Feed Homeless and Hungry in the Community

Islip Town Supervisor Angie Carpenter and Suffolk County Legislator Monica Martinez will join fifth and Sixth grade students at Brentwood South Middle School in helping other students and community members by re-stocking the school's community food pantry ...

Communities Unite with Local Letter Carriers to Collect Food For Their Neighbors in Need – Help “Stamp Out Hunger” to Benefit Island Harvest on May 9

From Alaska to Florida, and from Maine to Hawaii, on Saturday, May 9, U.S. Postal Service letter carriers across the country will visit homes and businesses in every city, suburb and town in America to collect food ...

Celebrate Your Mom This Mother's Day by Taking Her to a Delicious Brunch!

Celebrate Mother's Day with your mom by taking her out to a delicious brunch!

Cinco de Mayo on Long Island: Celebrate Mexican Culture at These Local Events!

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by attending one of the following celebrations!

LongIsland.com's 2015 April Family Fun Guide: Celebrate Spring, Enjoy the Outdoors, Fun Festive Fairs & More!

Spring into Fun this April with Festivals, Carnivals, Easter Brunches and more this April!

Just Kidding Around: Silly and Safe April Fools’ Day Pranks for Kids

Get ready to pull one over on your kids or help them prank one another this year on April Fools' Day.

Hot Spots: Weekend Watch for Irish Celebration, Spring Craft Beer Festival & Comedy Performances

Spring has begun, and it's time to spring into some fun entertainment for the weekend!
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