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Viewpoints Ring In The New Year At The Watermill Center

The Watermill Center is ringing in 2021 with its Winter Viewpoints series, a continuation of the annual Viewpoints Nights @ The Round Table series. Initiated in 2018, the conversation series provides a platform for discussion with artists, staff and community members, all around the large round table in The Watermill Center’s dining room. Hence the original name “Nights @ The Round Table,” explained The Watermill Center’s public programming and residency coordinator, Kelly Dennis, in an email.

Taste of Asia Takes Cautious Approach To Pandemic Reopening

Changing course from business as usual to takeout only, then cooking up plans for a phased reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic has been a spicy order for many restaurants on Long Island.

Epitomizing how eateries have adapted to continue serving customers despite a menu of difficult New York State-issued mandates is Taste of Asia, an authentic region-specific Asian fusion restaurant with locations in Farmingdale, Huntington, and Sayville.

A Memoir Of Montauk Love Will Become A Feature Film

At the age of 50, Geraldine Brown had reason to doubt she would ever find love. After all, she had been involved in a series of disastrous relationships that would have been enough to leave most people dejected.

But instead, she held on to faith sparked by her late grandmother, Rosaria Gentile, who had died several years earlier. This faith guided her to true unconditional love as the compass rose guides sailors through the sea. Mystical signs like roses, doves, and even bumper stickers helped