Letter: Anna Kaplan Personifies The American Dream

Iranian born, Anna Kaplan is the quintessential personification of the American Dream. At 13 years of age, she escaped the Iranian turmoil and arrived...

Letter: Restaurant Week All Year

Let’s celebrate Long Island Restaurant Week Nov. 4 to 11, all year long. In these difficult economic times, it is especially important to patronize...

Letter: The Real American Heroes

While scanning through the newspaper’s Oct. 17-23 issue, I came across an article by Jerry Kremer entitled, “At Last, Two American Heroes.” With much...

Editorial: Musings From An Ex-Managing Editor

One of the things that stands out most poignantly about my college days is my favorite professor, Mrs. Huff, dedicating an entire portion of...

Letter: Looking Back On ‘Car Free Day’

This letter is in response to the editorial titled "Whose Idea Was This?" I agree that Long Island is a dangerous place to ride a...

Editorial: Working Hard Or Hardly Working

“Why don’t you get a job besides journalism cuz (sic) that’s not really a job anymore.” The above statement came from a reader who commented...

Letter: Unlikely Third Track Will Finish On Time

There is still more to “Third Track Work To Begin End Of Year” by Betsy Abraham. Only 10 of the 50 project components will...

Letters: Help Us Help Others On Thanksgiving Day

On Thursday, Nov. 22, on Thanksgiving Day, we will be preparing and delivering hot meals to homebound senior citizens—coordinating this program from our home....

Letter: Protest As Patriotism

The patriotism and character of athletes who choose to express their dismay about racial discrimination during the playing of the national anthem has been...

Editorial: Suppression Depression

“Our votes don’t count anyway, so why should I bother?” You’ve surely heard this or a similar sentiment from someone in your life, or said...