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Libraries Change and Stay The Same As the Internet Offers New Products

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 21 January 2011 00:00

Long Island Reads Chooses Sag Harbor; North Shore Reads Seminar Is on April 14

 If you bought or received a Kindle for the holidays, you are out of luck! You can’t tune in to the Nassau County Library System and download the digital book Sag Harbor, this year’s choice for Long Island Reads. Oyster Bay-East Norwich Public Library Director Suzanne Koch said, “Amazon, which makes the Kindle doesn’t want to give us access. You can, however, have access with a Nook or a Sony Reader. If you go to Sony Space, they tell you how you can download from your library and tells you which is your local library. Sony came to the Nassau County Library System to introduce their new designs when it came out and has been working with us.”


State, County Enter Sudden Death Overtime

Written by Matthew A. Piacentini Friday, 14 January 2011 00:00

NIFA Gives Mangano 20 Days to Avoid Takeover

Approaching New Year’s Eve, many people might have feared starting 2011 with a hangover, but for County Executive Edward P. Mangano, it was the prospect of a takeover, of the county’s finances by New York State agency Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA) on Jan. 1, that became very real.


The Roosevelts Next Door Exhibit Opens February 12

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 14 January 2011 00:00

Elizabeth Roosevelt Collection Unveiled: Letters Highlight Oyster Bay Roosevelts’ Family History

The Roosevelts of Oyster Bay are more than just TR. That will become  evident as people view the new exhibit that will open Feb. 12 at the new Oyster Bay Historical Society’s Koenig Center grand opening. The exhibit is called, The Roosevelts Next Door, Portraits of Devotion, and will feature longtime OBHS board member Elizabeth Roosevelt’s family papers. She presented the collection to OBHS Curator Yvonne Noonan-Cifarelli and Executive Director Phil Blocklyn at a preliminary visit to talk about some representative material from the collection she had showed them earlier, saying that there was more at her house. “Yvonne and I met at her house in November 2010 and that was when she presented us with a box containing the papers and said she was donating them to us. We have been studying the material since then,” said Phil Blocklyn.


Life Enrichment Center Opens As Senior Service Includes Nites

Written by Dagmar Fors Karppi Friday, 07 January 2011 00:00

Grand Opening Scheduled For February 1: With Same And Added Services    

Doubleday Babcock Senior Center is going through a mid-life crisis: it is changing its name to the Life Enrichment Center and is broadening its scope. It is remaining the same, with daytime services for seniors; as well as the DayBreak Program for frail and handicapped seniors [and others]; but they are adding an “After Hours” program for ages 50+.


Many Elves Make Light Work!

Friday, 07 January 2011 00:00

‘Twas the week before Christmas

and all through the town,

the elves were scurrying to make the countdown.

The gifts were arriving, by truck and by train,

to fill every stocking with no room to remain.

The children awaited his visit with glee,

then Santa Claus appeared by

the sparkling Christmas tree.

He passed out gifts to the kids so excited...

See what happens when we all stand united.


Chamber of Commerce Holiday Party

Written by Rich Forestano Friday, 07 January 2011 00:00

Werther Addresses Chamber at His First Meeting As Mayor

Festive spirits, Christmas carols and some very good food was the norm at the Mineola Chamber of Commerce Holiday Party on Tuesday, Dec. 21. The Mineola Choral Society sang Christmas carols and the Village of Mineola’s new mayor, Larry Werther, was introduced to the chamber.


Mosette Broderick, a Lifelong NS Resident Authors Triumvirate: McKim, Mead & White

Written by Jack Williams Friday, 31 December 2010 00:00

Art, Architecture, Scandal and Class in America’s Gilded Age

Twenty years in the making and just published by Alfred A. Knopf, the book tells a fascinating tale of the legendary architectural firm that flourished at the turn of the last century. The scrupulously indexed 581-page history goes well beyond the firm’s celebrated turn of the century achievement on Long Island and in New York. It delves deeply into the storied lives of the architects and their circle of wealthy clients.


Things Are Looking Up at Historical Society Including the Roof and the Internet

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 31 December 2010 00:00

The Earle-Wightman House at 20 Summit Street, headquarters of the Oyster Bay Historical Society, is in line for a roof repair.  It is especially critical after the blizzard that started Sunday afternoon, Dec. 26. “On Sunday afternoon when it started to snow I went into the house to make sure everything was covered with plastic in case the snow got in. We did that last year. On Monday I came in to work and looked into the attic and there was a little snow but not as much as the year before.  The town was very responsive and came right over to look at it. I’m concerned that the weather will delay the repair but it is critical that it must be done,” said  Oyster Bay Historical Executive Director Phil Blocklyn.


Please Donate to the OBRM!

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 24 December 2010 00:00

Barbara Minerd Longs to See Her Father’s N Gauge Railroad on Exhibit

Barbara Minerd is eager for you to donate to the Oyster Bay Railroad Musem, and for a very personal reason. “My father, Penn Minerd spent his life building an N-Gauge railroad. My mother Jane, 90, donated it to the Oyster Bay Railroad Museum,”  she said.


TRA Announces Two Moves: New OB Digs, TR Birthplace

Written by D.F. Karppi Friday, 24 December 2010 00:00

The Theodore Roosevelt Association is moving to a new office in Oyster Bay. It has also gained a new–free office in New York City. Terry Brown, TRA executive director said, “Please note that the TRA will be transitioning its current offices over the next two months.  By March 1, it will be located in a two office suite at 50 Audrey Avenue in Oyster Bay. It will also maintain the P.O. Box (719) in Oyster Bay as its primary mailing address.” 


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