There’s something about the way Gail Neuman explains how she constructs a sculpture that inspires a likeness to an architect detailing blueprints for a building.
Edward Jimenez had flown in from Southern California to play his trumpet in midtown Manhattan, and I had just crossed the street from Central Park when our paths crossed.
Glen Cove resident Ashley Harding discovered she is the first golfer at Kellenberg Memorial High School to win an individual state championship after reading about her achievement on the school’s website.
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.
Jackie Hughes has already helped Hewlett girls’ lacrosse exceed its win total from last year’s 3-12 season that ended with a first-round playoff defeat.
The good news for East Meadow girls basketball (9-5 overall, 6-1 in Conference AA-II) is that four of its final five regular-season games are against league teams they previously beat. The downside is four games are away.
Oceanside wrestlers must learn and improve consistently to win a conference crown for the program’s first time since 2004, said coach Julio Flores.
For the second consecutive season, Oceanside upended Baldwin in a dramatic first-round playoff showdown, edging their Conference I football rivals, 20-19, on a late defensive play as both teams battled an unforgiving wind last Saturday.
Rachel Arbitman captured her second consecutive Nassau County singles title before helping to lead Hewlett girls’ tennis to its first-ever county finals appearance this week.