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Eclipse Watching – South Shore Long Island- My Take

  OK, so I don’t know why, but normally as two teachers off on Summer vacation we would pay more attention to “Solar Eclipse 2017” heading our way. We did not. We scurried around trying desperately to find the appropriate glasses at all the 7-11’s and libraries etc. My son ransacked Target, Walmart and the […]

What Type of Back To School Parent Are You?

Back to school season always leaves me with mixed feelings. As a teacher, I look forward to going back, showering daily, settling into a routine and feeling productive. As a mom – its quite different. The hardest thing about being a teacher who has children is that you often are forced to miss their first […]

5+ Reasons to Take Your Kids to See Wonder Woman

Read why I think the movie Wonder Woman stands out from all the other superhero action flicks and why you should see it.

Bonding From Distance: A Grandparent’s Perspective

Long distance relationships are challenging for adults, so how can children develop strong bonds with Grandparents they only see a few times a year?

We Don’t Want to Leave RVC!

The other night my beau and I attended a surprise birthday party for one of my oldest and dearest friends from high school. I was very much looking forward to this event and was grateful to have a young, handsome man on my arm. The thing is, we have been Rockville Centre residents for the […]

Kaji Sushi and Lounge- Garden City’s Best Kept Sushi Secret

  Yesterday I had the pleasure of going out to dinner with two out of three of my sons. They wanted to meet me at Kaji’s in Garden City at 935 Franklin Avenue – and even though momma loathes sushi, I obliged with a smile from ear to ear. As some of you may know, […]

They Might Be 12.5% Irish Most Days, but Today, They’re 100%!

In this beautiful, mixed-up and lately rather angry world we live in, it’s nice to know that we’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day…even if every other day my kids are only 12.5%. Why is it that so many people claim to be Irish? It’s like a clique we all want to be part of. […]

Stop the Bounce and Find Permanent Homes For Foster Children

Dr. Christopher David Long writes from experience, having fostered and adopted five charming boys. His Mission: To Stop the Bounce and Find Permanent Homes For Foster Children Dr. Christopher David Long is the President of Family Residences and Essential Enterprises. FREE is a not-for-profit agency based on Long Island and New York City. FREE was founded in 1977 […]

Why You Can Feel Really Good About What You Eat

Thanksgiving doesn't have to leave you feeling guilty -- even if you stack your plate.

An Expert Shares 6 Tips for Getting a Great Family Photo

Fall is the perfect time to capture an image of your family. Lena Antaramian shares tips for getting the best photos you can.

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