Monthly Archive:: November 2016

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It’s Time to Talk About Brain Health

By Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. As we move along in the month of November, we look forward to the approaching holidays and spending time with family and friends. Yet, for all the joy the holidays bring, they can also be a

Transforming Thanksgiving Leftovers

DOUGLAS FINLAY Thanksgiving is a quintessential American holiday – the other being the Fourth the July – in which people rejoice and give thanks for all they have. During this four-day holiday extravaganza,  thoughts of  parades pervade the air, along with

Merrick Author Launches First Novel

At the age of 19 Lonnie Ostrow was, like many men with sensibilities his age, trying to find his way through, reading poetry and playing guitar. He even strung together a couple of songs, writing both the music and lyrics. Many

Salt Cave Remedy Comes to Bellmore

Entering the salt cave at the Healing Grotto in Bellmore for the first time to teach a class, Glenn Dove noticed within minutes a salty taste in back of his throat, followed by an easing of his breathing. He immediately understood

New CHSD Curriculums Prepare Students for Careers

DOUGLAS FINLAY The Central High School District has developed two new popular curriculums modeled after its successful On-Tour program developed in the ‘70s at Calhoun High School that now offer students a career pathway into a vocation without the need to

Mepham Fosters Community Connections with TEDx Event

Mepham High School  hosted its first motivational TEDx event aimed at reaching a span of generations in the local community. TEDxWCMephamHigh is a locally curated TEDx event geared toward creating connections across disciplines and across generations. Motivational speakers included Gian Paul