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This week’s snowstorm hasn’t dampened the spirits of the Long Beach Polar Bears, who plan to go ahead with their annual Super Bowl Splash this Sunday, Feb. 1. “It is coming after a … more
Six years after Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc in Long Beach, the Federal Emergency Management Agency last week approved funding for the second phase of a $20 million plan to protect the city’s … more
The Lynbrook Atria recently hosted its annual Chef Showdown. more
Six months after State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office put the city’s level of fiscal stress in the “significant” category — the highest level under DiNapoli’s Fiscal Stress Monitoring … more
Neatly placed junk might sound like an oxymoron but many people think a junk man can't be an environmentalist either. more
Lifelong Long Beach resident and former State Assemblyman Harvey Weisenberg recently published a book about his life experiences titled “For the Love of a Child: My Life, My City & My Mission.” … more
Jack Eichinger receives text messages whenever his 3-year-old son, Elijah, is recognized in any photograph that Rolling River Day Camp uploads to Waldo Photos. He receives messages because he is enrolled in Waldo Photos’ facial recognition program. more
Mustaches for Kids kicked off its annual fundraiser on Sept. 29 for children with cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the month-long initiative culminates with the ’Stache … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com “We were driving into New York to see a synagogue — a very old one — and there was no desire in me to paint it, because it was beautiful, and it … more
“It’s been the most special thing I’ve done in my life,” said Martin Brull, co-founder of the Tommy Brull Foundation, a Rockville Centre-based nonprofit which raises funds to help children … more
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