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OVER THE RAINBOW Helen Badoyannis of Setauket captured this radiant photo in her hometown. She writes, “ I took this photo on July 22 following...

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By Barbara Beltrami So you stopped at that cute little farm stand and couldn’t resist those beautiful (ugly and misshapen) heirloom tomatoes. Those peppers were...

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MEET ADAM! Patiently waiting for a new home at Kent Animal Shelter, Adam is a 6-year-old Lab mix who seems to get overlooked because he’s...

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By Heidi Sutton Halloween is still a few weeks away, but there’s something creepy and kooky and altogether spooky going on at Theatre Three that’s...

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By Daniel Dunaief We have to walk before we can learn to run. It’s a common metaphor that suggests learning new skills, like playing the...

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Reviewed by Sabrina Petroski Have you ever wondered what it was like inside the womb before you were born? In Beth Rosiello’s first children’s book,...

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Time to make a scarecrow The Ward Melville Heritage Organization is currently accepting submissions for its annual Scarecrow Competition. This will be the 28th year...

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By Elof Axel Carlson Biologists classify living things using a system that Carl Linnaeus (1707–1778) introduced in the 18th century and that has grown in...

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William K. Vanderbilt II (1878–1944) spent years dreaming of and designing his 264-foot yacht Alva. The luxurious ship, named after his mother, Alva Vanderbilt...

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By Barbara Beltrami If there is one herb that is closely associated with the delicacy and sophistication of French cuisine, it is tarragon. Despite its...

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