Harry Styles performs with his first UBS Arena concert

UBS Arena started its concert career with one of the hottest pop stars in the world: Harry Styles, who played a sold-out show Sunday night at the Elmont venue in Belmont Park, the final stop on his “Love on Tour” concert tour. “This is like a piece of history that I’m going to be a … Read more

If the online sales trends hold, Cyber ​​Monday sales may miss their mark

Online vacation shopping is not what it used to be. Cyber ​​Monday is still expected to be the biggest online shopping day of the year, but it may be the first time it does not break records if it follows the trends of Thanksgiving and Black Friday. For the first time, spending online on Thanksgiving … Read more

The shed opens in Plainview

Call it a hat trick: After resounding popularity in Huntington and West Sayville, Shed has opened a third spot in Plainview. Located in the shops of Country Pointe, the restaurant follows a worn, come-as-you-are formula. It’s family-friendly, yet refined (and at times a bit of a hassle), modern yet cozy, service-oriented, yet relaxed. “The Shed … Read more

Reece Ramos sets the tone as the North Shore wins the Long Island Class IV championship

Reece Ramos jumped up and down the field, smiling broadly and waving emphatically, shouting “goose eggs!” into the clear Stony Brook sky. Junior defensive lineman was a champion. Ramos was at the heart of the North Shores’ 7-0 victory over the Shoreham-Wading River in the Long Island Class IV championship game Saturday at Kenneth P. … Read more

Newcomer North Shore beats the perennial power Shoreham-Wading River for the Long Island Class IV title

The Shoreham-Wading River owned the tradition. The Wildcats played in the Long Island Class IV championship game for the sixth time in eight seasons after winning the title on four occasions. North Shores players, on the other hand, were the new guys for the football party. The Vikings had won the program’s first Nassau title … Read more

Whitman’s Allen Evans III hurts but proudly after winning 301 all-purpose yards in LIC loss

Fifteen minutes after the hardest defeat of his high school career, Allen Evans III hobbled down the aisle of the bus for a post-match interview as he crouched down while squeezing his ribs. The Whitman senior runback hurt both physically and emotionally and managed to smile when asked about the heart his team played with … Read more

Murdered LI actress Adrienne Shelly’s life, legacy revisited in new HBO documentary

DOCUMENTARY “Adrienne” WHEN | WHERE Wednesday at 8pm on HBO Adrienne Shelly was a famous actress who starred in a couple of major independent films – Hal Hartley’s “The Unbelievable Truth” (1989) and “Trust” (1990) – then went on to start side careers as a successful screenwriter and director. Her hit film, “Waitress” (2007) was … Read more

Asian vaccination rate for 15 years and older highest among Long Island ethnic groups

Asians on Long Island are more likely to be vaccinated against COVID-19 than any other racial or ethnic group, state data show, with community leaders citing high levels of education and income and cultural differences as the main causes. Asians represent 7.3% of Long Island’s 15 and older populations, but 10.3% of those with at … Read more