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Long Island HOME: The Podcast Welcomes Chef Steven Amaral

The season of celebrations is upon us here on Long Island, and if you’re of the mind that this time of year is about the whole eat, drink and be merry vibe, you are in the right place. Well, you will be, once you join us on this week’s episode of Long Island HOME: The Podcast and meet Chef Steven Amaral of North Fork Chocolate Company.

Quaker Cemetery Town Of Hempstead

Churches, Banks, Homes and More in Historic Hempstead Town

America’s largest township, the Town of Hempstead, has not only more than three-quarters of a million Long Islanders living within its boundaries, but also an amazing collection of historical homes and buildings that speak to its rich past—and to the importance, as Hempstead Town historian Tom Saltzman says, of maintaining the historic integrity of these structures for the future.... Read More
Country House Stony Brook

Haunted Long Island Weekend: Six Spooktacular Spots

It's the spookiest time of the year, and while many of us are planning visits to one, or more, of Long Island’s immersive “haunted houses” to be creeped out to the core, few know that our island is home to multiple historic structures that hoist some downright chilling stories of ghosts, murder and revenge.... Read More
Gina Wouters at Home

My L.I. Home: Planting Fields Foundation’s Gina Wouters

All places have stories, but the Planting Fields in Oyster Bay has 409 acres of them. And Gina Wouters wants to help share those stories with everyone on Long Island and beyond. Join the Executive Director of the Planting Fields Foundation on a journey inside...
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