Two Mattituck businesses are looking to expand to Greenport, northforker has learned.
Bagel fatigue might have set in by day four and garlic-onion breath was an issue for some, but the Times Review staff soldiered on, eating more than 100 everything, cinnamon raisin, egg and plain bagels to find out which business boils and bakes the meanest doughy rolls on the North Fork.
Bagel cafés from Wading River to Orient were visited, a dozen tubs of cream cheese and butter were devoured and everything was washed down with several containers of OJ. (more…)
Julie Van Gorden may have only recently graduated from Southold High School, but she already has a jumpstart on her fine arts career.
Julie spent her senior year balancing high school with playing on the school soccer team, working a part-time job and commuting to Manhattan in order to attend art classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Now, Julie is balancing two jobs where she creates art for clients. In the fall, she’ll attend FIT full-time to pursue her passion in fine arts.
We recently caught up with Julie to talk about what inspires her.
The North Fork may be best known as Long Island’s Wine Country, a second-home haven where tourists flock every summer.
But some Suffolk County business owners have realized the North Fork has something more to offer than wineries and idyllic scenery: loyal customers. And those entrepreneurs are cashing in. (more…)
Breakfast sandwich enthusiasts, tomorrow is the day you’ve been waiting for: Goldberg’s Famous Bagels will open its doors at 6 a.m. Thursday at Mattituck Plaza, the franchise’s owner said. (more…)