The Riverhead Project’s executive chef Lia Fallon has been selected join a select group of culinary masters to prepare a four-course dinner to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
In the 7 years since its inaugural show in 2007, The Great South Bay Music Festival has cemented itself as Long Island’s biggest and best music event of the summer. Past headliners such as MOE, The Mickey Hart Band, Hot Tuna, Umphrey’s McGee, the late-great Ritchie Havens, Eddie Money and just about every local band you’ve ever heard or seen have come to the South Shore and rocked for thousands of Long Island music fans. (more…)
“Don’t be drinkin’ that Budweiser, cause there are beers that are so much better,” the sombrero-wearing duo sings, as the coolest bunch of nerds this side of the East River clap and cheer and hold up their tiny beer-tasting glasses in approval, their inner geekness on full display.
“And here’s a list we compiled for you, of reasons to drink Long Island brews …” (more…)
With twangy acoustic guitars and lyrics about wide open skies, country music just seems to provide the quintessential soundtrack when warm weather comes around. Even though a trip up island is necessary, this is still the perfect opportunity to get in the summertime mood comes with a concert at the Westbury Theater this Friday, June 7 at 8 p.m.
The artist in question? None other than legendary country crooner, Willie Nelson. (more…)