Long Island’s Natural History Museum

You probably know about the Museum of Natural History in New York City. Maybe you’ve been there. But did you know there’s a “natural history” museum right here on Long Island? Okay, it doesn’t have all the things you’ll find in Manhattan. But it does have an amazing ocean exhibit. Even better that the Museum […]

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Historic Haunts of Long Island

Long Island’s haunted past comes to life in the book, Historic Haunts of Long Island: Ghosts and Legends from the Gold Coast to Montauk Point, by award-winning author, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky. Long Island is definitely a hotbed for ghostly tales and urban legends. Here’s a list of some of the eeriest sites to see:

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Revolutionary Friends by Selene Castrovilla

It’s President’s Day and what better way to celebrate then to read a book written by a Long Island children’s author about one of our founding fathers. Selene Castrovilla has a passion for history and loves George Washington. This book is a great read for children, teens and adults. “Any child can use the book […]

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Author Spotlight- Selene Castrovilla

Award Winning Long Island Teen & Children’s Author Selene Castrovilla. She is a local Momee of two teenage sons: Michael (19 years old) and Casey (14 years old). I got the joy of meeting Selene at the Connetquot Literacy Luau in May. She was one of the Long Island authors I met amongst many that […]

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