The new house that is being built on Barberry Lane and has caused so much commotion among its neighbors was approved for building by the East Hills Architectural Review Board (ARB) at its September meeting. [Read more...]
This Saturday, Sept. 20 at 8:30 p.m., Temple Sinai of Roslyn will present 50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus, an HBO-produced, Emmy nominated film, narrated by Alan Alda, about the saving of 50 Jewish boys and girls from the heart of Nazi-occupied Austria.
The film will be screened the night of Selichot services. [Read more...]
Teenagers are now returning to school. Although many teens feel that summer just started last week, it has come to an end. The memories of a, hopefully, great 2014 summer vacation will be missed as teens now have to shift their focus towards meeting new teachers and completing endless amounts of assignments for the next nine months. Since this can be awfully stressful, especially for teens entering their junior year of high school, it is important for every teen to have a safe and healthy method of coping with the stress. [Read more...]
Roslyn resident Catherine Califano, executive vice president/CFO of Gold Coast Bank, has been named a LIBN 2014 CFO of the Year awardee. [Read more...]
Sophia Kang is a resident of Roslyn who spent nearly two decades working as an interior designer. So when she decided to start her own business, there was no need to relocate. Kang operates Sophia Home, Accents & Designs, a store that is celebrating its two-year anniversary at 3 Bryant Ave. in downtown Roslyn. [Read more...]
Football and food lovers of all ages filed into Delicacies Gourmet of Roslyn during Customer Appreciation Day held earlier this month. Customers got autographs from NFL player Sean Landeta and ESPN’s NFL reporter Adam Schefter while enjoying free food.
Jimmy Zanfardino, Delicacies Gourmet of Roslyn owner, was pleased that everyone had a blast.
“We love our customers and the community. The day was meant to bring everyone together to enjoy great food, football and themselves,” said Zanfardino. “We are celebrating the opening of football season right, and I’m very happy that Adam and Sean were involved. [Read more...]
The weather cooperated beautifully and another large crowd turned out as the second annual “Go Long for Luke” fundraiser was held last Sunday at The Park At East Hills.
Up to 300 people attended and as last year, the playing field at The Park was full of youngsters divided into age groups, all playing intense games of flag football. [Read more...]
Longtime East Hills resident Jodi Golden has been honored with the village’s first Role Model of the Year in East Hills. The presentation was made on Aug. 31 during Labor Day weekend festivities in at The Park At East Hills.
In making the presentation, Mayor Michael R. Koblenz praised Golden for her courage in the face of adversities. [Read more...]
Civil War history is everywhere in Roslyn. The village’s most famous landmark, the Ellen E. Ward Clock Tower, is named for a family whose sons saw service in the four-year conflict. In addition, there are monuments to veterans who served in the war at the Roslyn Cemetery, while the village’s most famous resident, William Cullen Bryant played an important journalistic and political role in the years leading up to the war.
On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14, the New York Volunteer Historical Association hosts a Civil War Weekend at the Old Bethpage Village Restoration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
the event will be an interactive weekend focused on the lives of the Civil War era soldier. The weekend’s activities will encapsulate the entire Civil War in a camp environment and will do so by weaving the history of the Company H of the 119th New York Infantry, a volunteer corp organized and recruited by Roslyn native, Captain Benjamin A. Willis and its link to Long Island history. [Read more...]
Roslyn students were among the musicians recently performing at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall as part of the Music Institute of Long Island’s annual gala concert.
Roslyn residents Aaron Chu, William Borges, Bianca Rabbie, Justin Leu, Kiddest Wolde and Rekik Wolde were among more than 80 performers who took the stage.
Performances included solos, duos and octets, as well as various combinations of chamber music ensembles, violin, cello, guitar, voice and flute groups.
Three MILI graduates who are pursuing degrees in Music Performance at prestigious colleges also performed.
Entering its 25th year, the Music Institute of Long Island provides music education to young children through advanced performers, with instrumental lessons from age 3 and voice lessons from age 5 through pre-college conservatory training. [Read more...]