There’s something about Instagram that makes the North Fork even more beautiful and hosts Grant Parpan and Michelina Da Fonte try to get to the bottom of it in this week’s podcast.
Listen in as they talk about some of their favorite accounts to follow, the best places to shoot and just how powerful a tool the social media platform can be here.
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We went for a cold-weather hike at Laurel Lake Preserve Thursday and brought the camera along the trail. (more…)
Here is one less reason to complain about the cold. Temperatures have dipped low enough for the village’s ice skating rink at Mitchell Park in Greenport to open for the season Saturday. (more…)
There may be less to do on the North Fork in January, but if you search hard enough you’ll find some really great events that will snap you out of the winter doldrums.
Or you can let us do the searching for you. (more…)
Walking in to Little Lucharitos in Aquebogue, there was a certain buzz in the air Wednesday afternoon. The crew was gathered with a few patrons in the dining room, looking up at the television screen as News 12 played.
The report they were all watching had to do with the eatery, as funding for its expansion to a third location has been held up by the prolonged shutdown of the federal government.
That’s certainly bad news for fans of the Lucharitos restaurants excited to see it expand to a new location to the southwest of its existing eateries. But the good news for us on the North Fork is we still have the original Lucharitos in Greenport and its younger sibling in Aquebogue.
We stopped in to Aquebogue Wednesday because a lunch special the restaurant had promoted caught our eye. (more…)