The time may pass, but the pain is always there. September 11, whose significance drastically changed 16 years ago, is once again upon us. Communities across Long Island have had their share of loss amid the thousands who perished that...
As the children and teenagers in our Long Island communities head back to school this September, it is vitally important that we put them on the bus with some all-important directives: Be courteous to your teachers, don’t be a...
The 1964 political satire Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb follows the War Room exploits of the President of the United States, his many advisors and adversaries, along with Dr. Strangelove, a...
How’s this for a celebration proposal: Let’s take a bunch of explosives and throw them into the air, detonating each one with a loud, jarring report that rattles windows and sends house pets retreating under beds and into bathtubs for...