In The Spotlight
A true community effort of a business helping restaurants help those on the frontlines of the coronavirus, is in the works. Adam Linet, owner of Vino By The Sea, is hoping to start a domino effect of helping those who need it most.
With alcohol becoming a popular purchase during these trying times of coronavirus craziness, why not use your purchase to help a good cause? On Monday, April 6, considering heading to Vino By The Sea (190 Beach 69th Street) for your wine and liquor fix. Linet has
You know, it’s all downhill after kindergarten or as I like to say, look at the bright side —there is none.
Have you seen Tiger King on Netflix? You can check out The Lazer’s column in this week’s paper, page 30, for a funny overview. Everybody thinks that woman killed her husband. There really is only one other option, he’s hiding from her.
While I was watching Tiger King and learning to knit and make moonshine, I got a delivery from Peapod, which is now impossible to book. Word on the
On Tuesday afternoon, March 31, a humpback whale washed up dead on the beach in Riis Park.
Multiple law enforcement agencies arrived on the scene to encourage people to keep their distance from the deceased animal. However, social distance may keep the appropriate agencies from being able to do anything about it.
Following the news of the whale washing ashore, the Atlantic Marine Conservation Society (AMSEAS), the organization that responds to deceased marine animal calls and performs
After Hurricane Sandy, there were Stars of Hope. Now with the latest crisis, a local is hoping to spread the love with Hopeful Hearts.
In the weeks following Hurricane Sandy, colorful stars with positive messages popped up around the neighborhood. It was hard to go a few blocks without seeing words like “Hope,” “Strength,” “Faith” and others on utility poles. The simple effort carried a lot of meaning for those struggling through some of the most difficult challenges in their life. Many of