10/31/16 6:00am
Old burying grounds like this one in Cuthogue are located on the North Fork. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo photos)

Old burying grounds like this one in Cutchogue are located on the North Fork. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo photos)

In the midst of carving pumpkins and picking out Halloween costumes, the fall season’s brisk weather is also ideal for strolling through the North Fork’s oldest and most historic cemeteries.

Here’s a roundup of a few recommended sites and some notable headstones to look out for during your visit.

Click on the tabs below for details about Old Burying Ground in Cutchogue (2); Southold Presbyterian Cemetery (3); Old Bethany Cemetery in Mattituck (4); East Marion Cemetery (5); and more (6).

03/09/16 6:00am
The team.

Moustache Brewing Co.’s team. (Credit: Allyson Howard Photography)

The first two floors didn’t count in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Climb to the Top fundraiser Feb. 28 at Rockefeller Center.

We traveled up escalators as my fellow participants and I remarked how excited we were to climb 66 flights of stairs with friends and family. Waiting for my turn reminded me of Space Mountain at Walt Disney World. During the slow, upward crawl, moments before reaching the peak, I asked myself, “Can I really do this?” (more…)