Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Jamaica Estates

SJU hosts panel on how travel biz can stop human trafficking

Nearly 200 people turned out Saturday to hear a panel of experts at St. John’s University discuss human trafficking and the ways the travel industry can end the modern-day slave trade. Comment

Patronize local businesses to keep them alive

As a regular patron of North Shore Hardware, I could not agree more with the April 5-11 Bayside Times article “Little Neck merchant nails customer service.” Comment

Friday, April 12, 2013

Broad Channel

Broad Channel’s cheese bagels bounce back from brink

Hurricane Sandy disrupted Broad Channel’s relative tranquility with a surge that washed away homes, roads, cars, businesses and the epitome of comfort food: the cheese bagel. Comments (1)


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