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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Northforker staffers Grant Parpan, Michelina Da Fonte and Sonja Reinholt Derr share their northforker “intentions” and make bold predictions for the year ahead. READ
We expanded our multimedia offerings to include a series of podcasts and Northforker TV. We also added more magazines to our print lineup.
In March, one year after publishing our very first issue of northforker magazine in 2017, we expanded to 10 issues. When we created northforker.com in 2013, we built in sections for the four verbs that best summed up our content: eat, drink, live and breathe. (more…)
Host Grant Parpan is joined this week by colleague Michelina Da Fonte to talk about Long Island Restaurant Week, which will be held through Sunday at restaurants across the North Fork and beyond.
Lucharitos or Mattitaco? Burrito or quesadilla?
The northforker team talks favorite Latin cuisine on the North Fork in Northforker Presents: On Tacos. READ
Mitchell Park or Orient Beach State Park? Are North Fork sunsets truly better than other places?
These are some of the questions hosts Grant Parpan and Krysten Massa discussed along with colleague Michael “Vee” in the third episode of our new Podcast “On.” (more…)
So you’ve been to and loved the Land and Sea Gala, but have you ever checked out Rotary Uncorked? Are you more of a Halloween Fest type or a Dances in the Park fan?
For our second episode of our new podcast, “On,” we focused on a topic people often ask us about: our favorite North Fork events.
In future episodes, hosts Grant Parpan, Krysten Massa and more will discuss our favorite outdoor spots, which places we prefer for tacos, and other very serious and important discussions that needed to happen.
Update: The band at Art in the Park is called Roadtrip. They are high schoolers and they’re pretty awesome! Check them out Oct. 20.
This week’s episode was sponsored by the Mattituck Chamber of Commerce. Be sure to check out this year’s final First Fridays on Love Lane this Friday, Oct. 5 from 6 to 9 p.m.