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If you're looking to learn about the best of the best when it comes to Long Island restaurants, attractions, events, and more, than make sure to check out our Top 10. Updated daily, each Top 10 focuses on a new topic each day – bringing you great things to see and do all over Long Island, all organized in easy to read guides.

Skip the Super Market and Try a Farmers Market: Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

Now that the weather is improving, farmers markets are beginning to start functioning for the year. Try some local produce and goods!

The Day After Tax Day: What to Do With Your Tax Refund

Everyone's taxes were due yesterday and many of you are waiting patiently for your tax returns. As you wait, start thinking about what you will do with your tax refund!

Take Care of Our World: Celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd!

Life can be so fast paced that we can forget about the importance of our environment. Be sure to reflect this Earth Day on ways to keep our home safe.

Look Up at the Sky Day is April 14th - Here's What to Watch Out For!

April 14th is Look Up at the Sky Day. It is very special this year because two phenomenons are taking place this April, the Blood Moon and the Lyrid Meteor Shower. So, go outside and look at ...

Put a Spring In Their Step: Spring Break Activities for Kids

Although we had snow days, children will be enjoying Spring Break this year! Maybe you are not going away, but there are many ways to entertain the kids during Spring Break!

Egg-cellent Places to Enjoy Easter Brunch

Many Long Islanders will be celebrating Easter this Easter Sunday on April 20th. After going to Easter Mass, many go and enjoy brunch. Check out some of the great brunches being offered all over the idea.

Make Sure Not to Pass Over the Great Catering and Events for the Passover Holiday

Beginning the evening of April 14th and ending the evening of April 22nd is the Jewish holiday of Passover. During this holiday, Jews have a special dinner with a certain diet that is done for the holiday. ...

Thank Your Librarian: April Holidays That Show Libraries Appreciation

Part of our taxes is funding our local libraries which provide use with not only books, but films, programs, and means of research. So, show some appreciation this month to your library!

Slurp Them Down! Clams on a Half Shell Day!

March 31st is Clams on a Half Shell Day! So if you enjoy eating clams, make March 31st your day to go out and enjoy them!

Creative Long Islanders: Local Art Events

There is a ton of activities you can do on Long Island and, in addition, you can see the creativity of local artist. Check out some upcoming art events and see how talented Long Island is!

Staying Fit This Spring: Events and Ideas for a Healthy Body

As the weather gets warmer, many of us need to start working off our winter fat. Check out our tips for staying in shape or getting in shape.

How Does Your Garden Grow? Preparing Your Garden for Spring

Now that we are entering Spring, it is time to think about your gardens and prepare them for the season.

Preparing for the Warmer Weather: Spring into Spring Cleaning

Surprisingly, the first day of Spring is tomorrow! As we (hopefully) exit the cold and into the warmth, it is time we start cleaning!

Corned Beef and Bars: Enjoying the St. Patrick's Day Weekend

Now that St. Patrick's Day weekend is in full swing, check out where to enjoy corned beef and cabbage and local bars where the celebration of St. Patrick's Day can continue.

Safety Tips for St. Patrick's Day: Don't Drink & Drive - Celebrate and Stay Safe!

St. Patrick's Day is known for having fun and drinking, but no one should be put in danger. Be smart and follow a few basic rules to stay safe this weekend.

Tap into the Luck of the Irish: St. Patty's Day Events 2014

St. Patrick's Day is on a Monday, but no need to worry, there are plenty of events going on all over the island around St. Patrick's Day.

Get Out Your Hamantaschen and Graggers: Purim Events 2014

Saturday March 15th through March 16th is the Jewish event, Purim. Purim is a celebratory event and there are many celebrations taking place on Long Island.

Spring Forward for Daylight Savings: Ways to Make Up for Lost Time

We all enjoyed that extra hour back in the Fall, but now we have to give it back this Spring. Check out how to catch up on lost time for Daylight Savings.

St. Patty's Day 2014: Fun & Festive Events for Your Little Leprechauns

St. Patrick's Day can be a lot of fun for adults, but also for kids. Have your kids check out a kid's event this month!

Celebrate National Craft Month: Get Crafty This March

March is National Craft Month and the Craft & Hobby Association is promoting your creativity this month. So check out some crafting events or buy some handmade crafts of your own.
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