Carol Silva is no stranger to parades. The longtime News 12 Long Island anchor used to stand along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan with her Irish mother for many St. Patrick’s Day parades while growing up in Hicksville. As a
Rick Evrard’s enduring childhood memories of Mike Francesa are the outside jump shots the future radio star repeatedly hit on basketball courts at Nevada and Brookline avenues.
Fresh from the “I Worked on Wall Street But It Left Me Unfulfilled” file, meet Ian Linde, late of the $40 billion Jeffries Group and a successful equity trader with Lehman Brothers-Barclays before that.
The state’s Start-Up NY program may be a bit of a dud, but that hasn’t slowed the pace of other university-based programs that seek to support and commercialize innovation from students, staff and the region’s sundry entrepreneurs.
Shortly after his Imperial Hotel in Tokyo was completed in 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright published a book with photographs and plans of the lodge. Though it was demolished in 1963, the building has made a resurgence as the centerpiece for a major exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art.
East Rockaway softball is headed to the postseason, but the team for the third consecutive year must endure a three-week hiatus before playing a meaningful game.
After an injury-riddled and winless season, Seaford boys’ lacrosse is poised for a playoff run this spring.
The Calhoun Colts are competing neck and neck for a Conference AA2 baseball title with Plainview-JFK, the team that knocked them out of the playoffs in the semifinals last season.
East Meadow’s bats have soared in April. The defending New York State Class AA softball champion Lady Jets rallied from an early seven-run hole for a 21-9 win against Port Washington last Saturday, marking their fourth straight game scoring in double digits.
A young South Side team is searching for a comfort zone together after opening the season with consecutive wins against Conference II rivals Carle Place and Calhoun before falling to defending Class C girls’ lacrosse champions Wantagh.