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Yankees spend Day-off with Fans at Roosevelt Field Mall

Yankees

The New York Yankees had a day off and wanted to spend it with their biggest supporters, their fans. Steiner Sports and Sports Water sponsored a special event at Roosevelt Field Mall where fans could lineup to meet players, score autographs and take selfies with their favorite Yankees. After meeting the players, fans received a free Yankee Sports Water Bottle and a t-shirt, courtesy of Sports Water.

It’s lucky to have the opportunity to meet one of the Yankees, but fans got a chance to receive autographs from 10 Yankees players including CC Sabathia, Sonny Gray, Tyler Austin, Aaron Hicks, Brandon Drury, Tyler Wade, Ronald Torreyes, Adam Warren, and Chad Green.

(CC Sabathia and Tyler Austin)

(Chad Green in the middle)

(Sonny Gray and Adam Warren)

(Tyler Wade in the middle)

Yankee Sports Water, has the highest level of purity. Compared to its competitors, Yankees Sports Water contains the lowest TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) rating, making it the highest quality choice for your water bottle. TDS are inorganic compounds found in water including heavy metals, salts, and traces of organic compounds. Some of these substances can be harmful to the body if too much is ingested.

Yankee Sports Water is great tasting water, purified by microfiltration and ionized for a fresh taste. This water helps the Yankees train longer, harder and recover faster. This high quality water was created just for fans. Now fans can drink quality water, stay hydrated and represent their favorite team everywhere they go. Sports Water can be found at local grocery stores, 7/11 and online at www.gosportswater.com.

Be sure to follow Sports Water and Steiner Sports to find out about the hottest sports signing and events all summer long.

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Long Island Craft Beer Week 2018

Long Island Craft Beer Week

24 Long Island craft breweries teamed up to create a Bi-Coastal IPA, for Long Island Craft Beer Week 2018. Beer enthusiasts will be able to exchange two cans of food for a can of Bi-Coastal IPA at breweries and select beer bars to benefit Long Island Cares, a charity that distributes food and supplies to pantries, shelters and soup kitchens in Nassau and Suffolk County. “The Long Island community gives back to us every day we need to give back to them at least once a year that’s what this is all about,” said BrickHouse Brewery’s Brewmaster, Paul Komsic.

The Bi-Coastal IPA combines two popular IPA styles, the New England IPA and West Coast IPA, for the ultimate combination of east meets west. The ingredients used to make this beer were donated, including 200lbs of New York State malt from the Country Malt Group and The Malt Man and 90lbs local hops from Hopyard Northfork and Route 27 Hopyard. This beer packs a punch with a 7.5% abv but it’s smooth and perfectly balanced. “I enjoy having beers that hit both sides of the coin where someone who is just getting into it and someone who is already into it can enjoy it just as much at the end of the day, that’s the idea of a great beer to me,” said Paul Komsic.

Last year, Long Island Craft Beer Week raised over 3,400 pounds of food. This year, the goal is to reach over 5,000 pounds. If the goal is met, Paul Komsic from BrickHouse Brewery, Billy Powell from Sand City Brewing Co. and Dan Moss from Fire Island Beer Co. will cut their beards off. If 5,500lbs is met, Adam Pominski from Barrage Brewing Company will cut his beard as well. “My girlfriend I’ve been with for six years has never seen my chin before so she will be the one chopping my beard off when it happens,” said Komsic.

Did you know that if you buy a Long Island beer, 100 percent of the money stays here? “The craft beer statistic is for every 1 full time position in a brewery it creates 45 other jobs out in marketplace whether it’s other jobs in the tasting room in the brewery, down at the farm, or the waste management people that collect our garbage,” said Komsic. BrickHouse Brewery participates in the Brew to Moo program where they donate spent grains to farms for the animals to eat, a great way to reduce waste, reuse products and help the Long Island agricultural community. “If you buy on Amazon you eliminate jobs all over, if you buy local beer you help create jobs,” said David Schultzer, Co-president of Long Island Craft Beer Week.

One goal of Long Island Craft Beer Week is to get new people involved in craft beer and encourage them to buy local microbrews instead of a macrobrews. Komsic said, “it’s about drinking beer from here, drinking beer from Long Island. At the end of the day the more palates we flip, the more that we can sell. Every palate I flip goes out to Sand City or Long Ireland or Lithology and every palate they flip comes back to me eventually. It’s about giving. We are always there giving a helping hand to each other. It’s about selling more craft, as opposed to selling less crap. Drink Craft not Crap!”

For more information about Long Island Craft Beer Week events and happenings go to www.licbw.us.

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Best Comedy Shows on LI for National Humor Month

National Humor Month

April is National Humor Month; celebrate by seeing the best stand up comedians’ on Long Island. Laughter is the best medicine and these comedians are sure to have you laughing out loud.

Dave Attell

Date/Time: Saturday, April 7th-7pm & 10pm

Governors of Levittown

90 Division Ave

Levittown, NY 11756

Tickets: GA $34/VIP Seating + Dinner $69

Dave Attell was born in Queens but was raised on Long Island. Attell, a stand- up comedian since the 80s, is best known for “Insomniac with Dave Attell” and his stand up series “Dave Attell’s Comedy Underground.”

Kevin Downey Jr.

Date/Time: Saturday, April 7th-9:30pm

McGuire’s Comedy Club & Restaurant

1627 Smithtown Ave

Bohemia, NY 11716

Tickets: GA $22

Kevin Downey Jr., a comedian from Season 8 of America’s Got Talent, is famous for making jabs at the Kardashians. Even though he was eliminated, his “refreshing bizarre” style attracted quite a cult following.

Kevin James

Date/Time: Sunday, April 8th– 5pm & 8pm

The Paramount

370 New York Ave

Huntington, NY 11743

Tickets: $49-$99

Before Kevin James started acting, he did stand-up comedy on Long Island. James is currently starring in “Kevin Can Wait” where he plays a retired Nassau County cop, but is best known for playing Doug Heffernan on the hit sitcom “The King of Queens.” See this beloved actor for two special performances at The Paramount.

Chris Roach

Date/ Time: Friday, April 20th– 8pm

McGuire’s Comedy Club & Restaurant

1627 Smithtown Ave

Bohemia, NY 11716

Tickets: GA $22/ VIP Seating + Dinner $57

Ronkonkoma native, Chris Roach, is best known for the TV show “Kevin Can Wait”. Roach is going back to his roots for a special stand up event at McGuire’s in Bohemia.

Ben Bailey

Date/Time: Saturday, April 21st-7pm, 8pm & 9:30pm

Governors of Levittown

90 Division Ave

Levittown, NY 11756

Tickets: GA $28/VIP+Dinner $63

Ben Bailey, best known for the TV show “The Cash Cab,” began his career as a stand- up comedian. Whether Bailey is hosting or telling jokes, he knows how to entertain.

Sam Morrill

Date/Time: Friday, April 27th-7pm &8pm

Governors of Levittown

90 Division Ave

Levittown, NY 11756

Tickets: GA $22/VIP Seating + Dinner $57

Sam Morrill attracted an indy hipster crowd after his appearances on “Inside Amy Schumer”, “Adam Devine’s House Party” and “@Midnight.” See why he is one of the fast-rising comics in NYC.

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Long Island Record Store Day 2018

record store day

April 21, 2018 is Record Store Day- a day where staff, customers and artists come celebrate the unique culture surrounding independently owned record stores. Contests, special releases and promotions are crafted exclusively for this day. The Record Store Day Official Release List includes a range of artists and diverse styles of music. Here are some highlights for fans and collectors.

For Swifies

Pop star, Taylor Swift will be releasing three of her albums on colored vinyl including a turquoise edition of her self-titled album, a gold edition of Fearless and a hot pink edition of 1989.

For the Punk Rocker

Early mixes of The Ramones second album Leave Home by their original engineer Ed Stasium, will be released on vinyl for the first time.

Calling all Corey fans

If you are a Corey Taylor fan, Stone Sour is releasing Hydrograd Acoustic Sessions for Record Store Day.

If you love the 90s…
Did you know it’s the 20th Anniversary Sugar Ray’s “Fly”? Enjoy this re-release is on sea foam green disc.

Craft Beer Lovers

Dogfish Head Brewery and Legacy Recordings’ Music To Drink Beer To series is a Record Store Day tradition. Enjoy this year’s release, Dogfish Head–Music To Drink Beer and Make Love To, it’s the perfect playlist for romance and refreshments.

For comic and superhero lovers

Run The Jewels Stay Gold Collector’s Edition has a metal box to hold your vinyl collection, a clear etched vinyl 12″ with Marvel Comics branding and a RTJ slip mat and sticker.

Record Store Day

Date/Time: Saturday April 21st– 8am-9pm

Live Performances: 1:00 pm – Mike Peters of The Alarm

3:00 pm – Jesse Kinch

Address: Looney Tunes

31 Brookvale Ave

West Babylon, NY 11704

Phone: (631) 587-7722

Website: http://ltcds.com/

There are many record stores on Long Island, but Looney Tunes will have the largest selection and stock on the East Coast for Record Store Day. Over 400 exclusive releases will be coming in just for Record Store Day. Looney Tunes will also have their own special release; the 1972 classic children’s album Free to Be You and Me from will be re-pressed on Brookvale Records. There will also be two free shows, Mike Peters of the Alarm at 1pm and singer/songwriter Jesse Kinch at 3pm. Also enjoy free food, contests and giveaways. Remember no pre-orders or holds are available and all products are first come first serve, so arrive early.

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Spa Week Deals on Long Island

Spa Week

Selfcare is good for your body, mind, and, soul-as well as your overall health. It’s smart to spend your time and money on things that matter, and what’s more important than taking care of you? Practice selfcare on a budget and score treatments for only $50 during Spa Week.

Spa Week is a bi-annual event that improves the health and wellness of every customer. Self-care was once considered indulgent but now it’s viewed as something vital for your overall health. It helps prevent overload burnout, reduces the negative effects of stress and lets you refocus.

Reflex, refresh and rejuvenate with a solo-self care day at the spa. Gather the ladies and plan a Girls Day Out at the Spa. Book a spa day for 2 with your significant other and rekindle the romance.

Here are six sensational locations and unique treatments during Long Island Spa Week. For the full list with the treatments, go to www.spaweek.com on 3/19 to book your appointments for April 16-22.

The Best $50 Treatments for Long Island Spa Week

Glowinskin Esthetics

267 Sea Cliff Ave Suite #1

Sea Cliff, NY 11579

(516) 801-4668

Treatments: 75 minute Got Milk? Facial: Plumping Milk Bath Facial (for all skin types)

Milk nourishes skin cells, helps keep skin moisturized and is great for acne suffers. Do your body good with a Got Milk facial.

Viana Hotel & Spa

3998 Brush Hollow Rd

Westbury, NY 11590

(516) 338-7777

Treatment: 50 Minute Dark Berry Antioxidant Facial with Warm Mitts

Skin is the largest organ of the body so it’s important to take of it. Antioxidants help protect the skin from free radicals because they can damage skin cells. Indulge in a dark berry antioxidant facial, your skin will thank you.

Hands on HealthCare Massage Therapy and Wellness Day Spa

208 Commack Rd

Commack, NY 11725

(631) 462-4263

Treatment: 50 Minute Dry Brush Exfoliation + ‘I Wanna Be Sedated’ Scalp Massage

Did you know that dry brushing stimulates your lymphatic system, increases circulation, improves digestion and kidney function and reduces stress and cellulite? Bam-bam-bambam bambam-bam-bambam, I wanna be exfoliated!

O Spa

927 Franklin Ave

Garden City, NY 11530

(516) 877-1888

Treatment: 50 minute Ageloc Face Lifting and Firming Treatment

Reduce the appearance of aging and give your skin a youthful appearance and glow with an Ageloc Face Lifting and Firming Treatment.

Butterfly Garden Spa

200 Middle Neck Rd

Great Neck, NY 11021

(516) 829-8700

Treatment: 50 minute Korean Body Scrub

The Korean process of cleaning and exfoliating increases circulation and helps firm the skin. They use a textured glove to remove layers of dead skin and dirt. Treat yourself to a Korean Body Scrub and enjoy silky smooth glowing skin.

Somatic Massage Therapy

2050 Lakeville Rd

New Hyde Park, NY 11040

(516) 265-7030

Treatment: 60 minute Tension Melt Message Session

Let the tension in your life melt away with a relaxing massage that will give your achy muscles great relief.

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How to Celebrate Earth Day on Long Island

Earth Day

Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd, its day to provoke policy changes and show support for environmental protection. Giving back is a way of thanking the earth for everything it has given us such as air, water, and resources. There are many things to do on Long Island to celebrate or give back on Earth Day to help achieve a healthy sustainable environment.

Open Day Earth Day Festival

Date/Time: Saturday, April 21st – 12pm-5pm

Location: Crossroads Farm

480 Hempstead Ave

Malverne, NY 11565

Cost: Free Event (all ages are welcome)

Don’t miss the Earth Day Festival at Crossroads Farms. Enjoy activities, live music workshops and more.

Gardening 101: Gardening for Beginners

Date/ Time: Sunday, April 22nd – 1:30pm-3:30pm

Location: Patchogue Medford Library

60 East Main Street

Patchogue, NY 11772

Cost: Free event

Phone: Call and register (631) 654-4700

Learn how to garden by nurturing what grows. Gardening101 will teach you how to plant and design your own garden at home by showing you how to prepare soil, plant and transplant seeds.

Quogue Wildlife Refuge Earth Day Celebration

Date/Time: Saturday, April 28th -12pm-3pm

Location: Quogue Wildlife Refuge

3 Old Country Road

Quogue, NY 11959

Cost: Free event (held rain or shine)

Celebrate nature on the east end of Long Island at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. Activities include guided nature walks, animal presentations, crafts and self-guided kayaking and canoeing.

Conservation Kids-Habitat Conservation

Date/Time: Saturday, April 21st – 2pm-4pm

Location: Center for Science Teaching and Learning

1450 Tanglewood Rd

Rockville Centre, NY 11570

Cost: $14/a child

Ages: 5-12

Teach children the importance of Earth Day so they can keep it healthy and clean for future generations. Make your own DIY craft using recycled materials to make a beautiful work of art. Kids will also learn about biodiversity and how plants and animals interact with the environment.

Sound Off! (Save the Long Island Sound)

Date/ Time: Sunday, April 22nd – 11am-3pm

Location: The Whaling Museum and Education Center

279 Main Street

Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724

Cost: Free event

Learn about the history and conservation of the Long Island Sound. Enjoy a hands-on experience including a live touch tank from The Waterfront Center, science experiments, water monitoring and information booths.

Seatuck’s Annual ECO-Carnival

Date/Time: Saturday April 21st – 11am-4pm

Location: Seatuck Suffolk County Environmental Center

550 South Bay Ave

Islip, NY 11751

Cost: Free event (donations are suggested)

Seatuck’s Annual ECO-Carnival is one of the biggest earth day celebrations on Long Island. There will nature stations, and nature inspired arts and crafts. All ages are welcome to enjoy the games, booths, live performances and food.

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Must-See Highlights from the New York Auto Show

NY Auto Show

The New York International Auto Show features the world’s top automakers and showcases their newest vehicles and futuristic concept cars. If you’re planning a trip to the auto show this weekend, here are some must-see highlights from Press Preview Day.

For Sports Lovers

Sports lovers, be sure to stop by the Toyota exhibit, they wrapped four of their vehicles with logos from New York’s four major sport teams : Jets, Giants, Mets and Yankees

 NY Auto Show

Self Driving Cars

Jaguar Land Rover partnered with Waymo to create the world’s first premium self driving electric vehicle. People will be able to request a ride in a self-driving Waymo Jaguar I-PACE using a Waymo app, just like they would with Uber or Lift.

Subscription Services for Cars

Millennials, stop by the Volvo exhibit and find out about their special subscription service, Care by Volvo. It includes one monthly car payment, insurance payment and after 1 year you can upgrade to a new car.

 

Family Fun

Ford had several fun interactive exhibits, perfect for families. See a life-size LEGO Race Car Driver and customize your own LEGO Minifigure. You can also strike a pose and be photoshopped into a Mustang BULLITT Movie Poster that will be emailed to you.

Kids from 3-8 years old can drive a mini go-kart version of the Polaris Slingshot on a mini track. On your mark, get set, go!

Kids are not the only ones who can take test drive at the show, discover the Camp Jeep Ride & Drive outside the Javits Center where you can test the Jeep’s capabilities and conquer steep hills.

Every kid loves Hot Wheels collectible toy cars, experience a life-size version when you see Camaro’s 50th Anniversary Hot Wheels edition. This car is a legend in any scale!

Steve Hale from TV show American Restoration and Steven’s Restoration and Hot Rods, will be signing posters and taking pictures with fans. See his custom Humvee he built for Feed Our Vets, a charity that supplies food pantries for homeless veterans. Bid on this awesome vehicle at the Saratoga Auto Museum auction on September 22-23rd.

Movie Inspired

Check out Lara Croft’s ride from the new Tomb Raider movie, the Volvo XC40. Be sure to capture a photo of this iconic vehicle from this box office hit.

Keeping it Classic

While many people are here to see the newest 2019 models before they hit the showroom floor, many people love checking out the classic cars. Saratoga Automobile Museum had several of their cars on display.

(1931 Dusenberge Model J with custom Tourster body by Derham)

(1938 Bugatti Type 57C Stelvio Cabriolet by Gangloff)

Dream Cars

Luxury cars like Bently, Rolls Royce, Lamborghini and Maserati are the type of cars an average Joe dreams about. Enjoy seeing these extravagant cars up font, and don’t forget to take a selfie to make your friends on social media jealous!

Lamborghini is celebrating its 100th anniversary by releasing a $4 million dollar Lamborghini Centenario. This model is 100% carbon and goes zero-to-60 in only 2.9 seconds!

Meet a Race Car Driver

Meet professional drifter and stunt driver Fredric Aasbø originally from Ski, Norway. See his Team Toyota race car up close and personal.

Award Winning

See how your favorite car brands measured up at the World Car Awards.

 

Want to see more cars from the expo? Go to our Facebook page to see our gallery of photos from the New York Auto Show.

 

 

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Eyewear Trends from the 2018 Vision Expo

eyewear trends

It’s springtime, and everyone is looking for the perfect pair of sunglasses to wear for bright, sunny days. The Vision Expo at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC is the premier event to discover the latest in eyewear. Here are the biggest fashion trends for this year’s show.

 

Clear Frames/Double Bridge Glasses

Massada, a company from Switzerland, created their Lust Caution based off the styles from the 1930s. They created Lust Caution, a frame with a double bridge 6-years ago based on the American tourist, before they were copied by other brands. This double bridge style is currently trending as well as clear frames. The frames below are called The Last Temptation.

Red Hot Frames

Look red-hot this summer in a pair of Miss Exec Sun of vintage inspired red frames from Victory Optical. Channel your inner 1959 Barbie as you look glamorous seaside in these shades.

 

Stripes

There is no summer without stripes, especially when they are trending this year. Check out Ultra Limited’s collection and find a kaleidoscopic mix of colors, perfect for you.

Raw & Recycled Materials

There were many companies with eco-friendly eyewear and displays at the Vision Expo. Parafina is an eco-friendly eyewear company uses trash and recyclable materials to make their shades. SAY-OH by E & E Ltd. uses rusted pieces and guitar frets to make frames. Andy Wolf used cardboard boxes as seats at his tradeshow booth and the Ultra Limited display was also made out of cardboard and was completely recyclable.

 

 

Sunglasses for Dogs

SAY-OH, an eyewear company from Japan, created a line of sunglasses for dogs called Say-Woof. Two of their popular styles include The Mimi and The Rock. These geometric sunglasses not only look good on dogs, they also look good on humans!

 

Leather Frames

Lucas de Stael, from Paris, created frames that are made from engraved cow leather, which resembles carved wood. Be one step ahead of the trend and order a pair. Histoire De Voir also displayed their leather eyewear line at the expo.

 

Frames Inspired by Music, Movies & Art

Vinyl Factory 1964’s slogan is “spex, mugs & rock and roll.” Factory 1964 stands for Andy Warhol’s pop-art factory that opened in 1964. Each frame is handmade and is named after musicians and artists.

 

Freakshow is an eyewear line that is named after movie characters or actors. Its sunglasses have an anti-reflective coating and polarized lens to handle the flashes and flickers on the red carpet. Vinylize also created a movie inspired line called Cinematiq where you can wear a piece of cinema history.

 

Selima Optique made a custom pair based off the movie Robin Hood. All proceeds for these sunglasses are donated to the Robin Hood Foundation.

Vintage Inspired

Tyche Iset Eyewear was named after Tyche the Greek goddess of fortune and Iset the goddess of wisdom. Morganne Leigh merged her art, inspiration and vintage touches from her favorite eras. Each pair is glamous and sophisticated, perfect of a goddess.

 

Emmanuelle Khahn Paris re-launched vintage inspired frames which former model and designer Emmanuelle Khahn made famous.

Spectaculars pays tribute to the American eyewear classics with modern twists. They use the finest materials, pin rivet hinges and 100% hypoallergenic cotton-based cellulose acetate, they don’t believe in comprising quality. Every pair is made right in the USA.

 

Glitz and Glam

Sospiri is an Italian luxury eyewear company uses Swarovski cyrstals, metals and embellishments to create limited edition collection that is focused on detail. If you enjoy glitz and glam, this high end line is for you. Other glam trends include pearls, glitter and other precious stones. Baldinini Occhiali’s new line is embellished with glitter.

 

Brands that Give Back

TOMS eyewear line, Baumvision, gives sight to a person in need for every pair you purchase. These shades are not only fashionable but will make you feel good knowing that you gave a person the gift of sight.

Wooden Frames

Specs of Wood, a company from Woodmere, NY, won first place for best product at the Vision Choice Awards. Feb 31st, an optical company from Italy, also has a wood line called Total Wood that is also sleek and stylish.

Colorful Lenses

After the dark and dreary winter it’s nice to brighten things up for spring and summer. Consider wearing a pair of shades with colorful lenses this spring, yellow and pantone are particularly popular.  Garrett Leight California Optical has a great line of rainbow customs, perfect for festival season. Your favorite frames now come with matching lens in an assortment of rainbow colors, these are a summer must-have.

 

 

Geometric Lenses and Cutouts

 

Vintage style frames and large geometric lenses and cutout are big this season. Even though these shapes are unconventional, they add definition, sharpen and elongate features and contour the face. Try them on, you will be pleasantly surprised how good they look on.

 

Matching Sunglasses

A Bathing Ape, an eyewear company from Tokyo, showcased a line for boyfriend and girlfriend, mom and daughter and father and son. Want more ways to match as a couple? Click here.

 

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Non-Irish things to do on St. Patrick’s Day

Not into green-dyed beer, overcrowded bars and corned beef and cabbage? Here are some non-Irish events and concerts that you can attend this St. Patrick’s Day on Long Island.

The Spring I Love Chocolate Fest at the East Wind

Date/Time: Mar 17th and Mar 18th-10am-6pm

Location: East Wind Long Island

5720 Route 25A
Wading River, NY 11792

Cost:  Adults $20/Kids and Seniors $15/Kids 3 and under are free
Website: lovechocolatefest.com

Chocolate lovers, indulge your sweet tooth at New York’s biggest chocolate event with over 50 chocolate exhibits including everything from decadent truffles, handcrafted chocolates and chocolate covered bacon and jerky. For the non-chocolate lovers, there will be 50 exhibits with delicious food, crafts, wine, beer and spirits. Enjoy live music and entertainment and a special visit from The Easter Bunny.

Judas Priest

Date/Time: Saturday, March 17th-7pm

Location: Nassau Coliseum

1255 Hempstead Turnpike

Uniondale, NY 11553

Tickets: $65 nycblive.com

The English heavy metal band, Judas Priest will be rocking the stage at Nassau Coliseum for St. Patrick’s Day. Judas Priest just released their 18th studio album Firepower, the first studio album since Ram it Down in 1988.

Werid Al

Date/Time: Saturday, March 17th-8pm

Location: The Paramount

370 New York Ave

Huntington, NY 11743

Tickets: $47.25-$99.50

Website: paramountny.com

“Weird Al” Yankovic will be taking the stage for The Paramount Comedy Series, as part of his “The Ridiculously Self-Indulgent, Ill-Advised Vanity Tour.” Enjoy his humorous songs and parodies as he pokes fun at pop-culture.

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Sail Away Coffee Co. launches canned Nitro Cold Brew

Long Island-based Sail Away Coffee Co., released their canned nitro cold brew on March 7th at their Next Adventure Launch party at The Nova Sanctuary in Oceanside, NY. The Nitro brews come in three flavors: sweetened, unsweetened and sea salt & caramel featuring local sea salt from Amagansett, NY.

Nitro coffee is cold brewed, put into a keg and is infused with nitrogen gas. Cold brewing helps soften the acidity of the coffee to reduce heartburn or acid reflux discomfort. The nitro foam gives the coffee a smooth, rich and creamy finish without any milk or sugar making it the perfect vegan coffee drink if you are looking for something non-dairy.

Support a local coffee company rather than a chain retailer and jump start your day with a Nitro Cold Brew from Sail Away Coffee. Want to know where on Long Island you can find it? Click here.

If you didn’t want to drink coffee late to prevent a good night’s rest, beers from Montauk Brew Co., spiced rum from Sailor Jerry and whiskey from Cutty Sark were available behind the bar.

 

Liberty Links of Freeport served up delicious sausage sandwiches and an exquisite Duck Potato Salad.

 

The legendary Liege Waffle Co Food Truck from Deer Park, NY had cereal covered waffles to indulge your sweet tooth.

 

The South Shore Dive from Sayville, NY served up some serious pub grub including Buffalo wings and mac and cheese. Their Mac and cheese is made with sharp cheddar, blue cheese, goat cheese, a béchamel sauce and is topped off with toasted breadcrumbs.

 

Nawlins Seafood Company in Freeport had a big meaty hero that satisfied the coffee crowd.