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Last Update - February 8 - February 15, 2016


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Tips To use Online Business Opportunity for Better Productivity


Feb. 8 - Feb. 15 / 2016

E-Commerence (Online Store)

You must have attractive products displayed and resolve the known issues of logistics and distribution. Once this is done, your business can stand out from competitors with a digital marketing strategy.


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An option for professional photographers to capture pictures to build up a portfolio and sell online. Each photo can be sold between 0.50 to 3.00 dollars.

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App/Web Developer

If you can master the famous programming languages like html, C++, or script, you can definitely approach brands and companies of your skills and potential to reach customers through mobile phones or online.

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Seventh Grade Student Named Long Island Young Scholar Of Mathematics

St. James, NY: a seventh grader at the St. James independent school, has been named a Long Island Young Scholar of Mathematics.


Watch For Deer During Mating, Hunting Seasons

The Town of Southampton created the Deer Protection and Management Advisory Committee as a key component to finding a unified approach to sustaining deer populations while balancing human needs.


Agenda/Calendar                     - Free Events

Jan. 14

Networking: How Most Jobs are Filled

6:00pm - 8:30pm

This workshop will review and teach you the essentials of the most important job search functions. It has been said that 80% of all jobs are filled by personal networking as opposed to answering job postings in newspapers and online. In fact, most jobs are never posted at all!

Amityville Public Library

19 John St, Amityville, NY 11701

Jan. 21

Tony Bennett

7:00pm - 8:30pm

Frank Sinatra once said, “For my money, Tony Bennett is the best singer in the business.” In this program, Mel Haber will trace the career of Tony Bennett. Come join this discussion on his lengthy career!

Amityville Public Library

19 John St, Amityville, NY 11701

Jan. 16

Student Art Festival: Part I K-8

11:00am - 5:00pm

Student Arts Festival celebrates the young artists of our region and salutes their devoted art instructors, school administrators, and families who nurture their creative pursuits.


158 Main Street,

East Hampton, NY 11937

631 324-0806

Jan. 1

New Year's Day Hike & Lighthouse Tower Tour

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Learn about how the beach reacts to erosion and how the flora and fauna interact with the winter weather. Bring binoculars if you have them. No fee for the walk


Robert Moses State Park Field # 5,

Fire Island, NY 11770


Free English Classes


Monday Nights

7:00pm – 8:00pm


Friday Mornings

10:00am – 11:00am


Adding creative words to your English!







Grace Lutheran Church

240 Mastic Road

Mastic Beach, NY 11951






Do You Have FREE events coming up? Let us Know!

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Designs of The Week


T Wei is an amazing artist who specializes in vector illustrations and character design.

Four Curiosities About the Effects of Dreaming

Women have more nightmares than men.


What you smell while you sleep affects the contents of your dreams.


Sleeping brain is similar to awake brain.


Dreaming eases pain.

Kendall Jenner Wants Jennifer Lawrence to Be Her for a Movie

Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss attend to Alexander Mcqueen's Savage Beauty Exhibition Gala

Selena Gomez Dances For Zedd in New Music Video

The Daughter of James Rodríguez, Salomé, Becomes Infant Model

The Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne, from the movie ‘The Theory of Everything,’ has announced the date for his upcoming movie, The Danish Girl

Jibo, The Future Family Robot

From Stephen Hawking to Transsexual, Eddie Redmayne and his Transformation

Shakira and Piqué Do Business with Mark Zuckerberg

As demonstrated by Hainan Airlines, oil itself is revealing to have new capabilities as...

A new program by the Nassau County District Attorney’s office could help improve relations between the police and the immigrant community.


According to the initiative, announced on March 16, the police will not inquire into the immigration status of crime victims. There is no equivalent program in Suffolk County, but...

Oil from Cooking Oil Now Fueling Flights in China

New Program for Immigrants and Police

3 Travel Tips When Hitting the Life on the Road

Manny Pacquiao Is Training In Rocky Balboa Style

How to Deal With Your Partner Having Cancer

What You Should Eat When You’re Drunk

Technology seems to evolve at lightning speed, and it can be tough for business owners to sort out the latest tech fads from the tech must-haves. One recent innovation adding new dimensions to all kinds of small businesses is 3D printing.

If you use to have nice pearly whites and now they've become stained or yellowish and no matter how much effort you put into brushing, this could mean you are suffering from tooth discoloration.


Note that the condition of your teeth may worsen, causing discomfort.    Continue

Add A New Dimension To Your Business

New Form of Cooking Rice - Healthier

Havaianas Aways Summer


Design by, Eliete Ribeiro

Road Trip


Design by, Sam Raphael

Groucho Marx


Design by, Lina Garzon

Mind Blowing


Design by, Gary Davis

Ebola Can Be Sexually Transmitted

The Discoloring Of Your Teeth

The Most Peaceful And Most Violent Countries In Latin America

Lime Cheesecake with Fruity Pebbles Crust

An Angry Child

Eddie Remayne Could be the Protagonist for the Spin-Off of Harry Potter

The Heels That Change Color

$1 Million for Roberto Clemente Park Cleanup - Brentwood, NY

Google App Can Count Calories Based On Food Pictures

Traffic Signal Boxes Are Turned Into Public Art Displays

Go Back To School With Healthy Teeth

Find the Best Craft Beer with 3 Great Apps

Huntington, New York - The town’s officials have invited artists to take part in a public art project designed to stop the use of traffic signal boxes as poster boards for random notices. They say that the utilitarian boxes are a magnet for lost pet posters, yard sale announcements and spray painted graffiti, creating a pretty big headache.


Town Supervisor Frank Petrone said, “Putting art on traffic signal boxes is an exciting option that has worked well elsewhere to reduce graffiti and add to the beauty of a downtown,” adding that the project fits into the town’s Public Art Initiative, crafted in 1998 with a nine-member public art advisory committee. The panel received 16 responses and selected five finalists: Robert Giordano, Daniel Cordani and Jack Pierce, of Huntington; Philip Jordan of Greenlawn; and Joseph Scinto of Bayport. The artists were each paid $1,600.    Continue

Brushing Before Breakfast

In most school mornings there is little time to lose. Some children eat breakfast on the way to school. No need to wait until after breakfast to brush.


This will help ensure that children brush their teeth before going to school.


Keep an Eye on the Diet

School meals may contain processed and sugary foods. Parents who pack lunch for their children should focus on fruits and vegetables, which offer their children healthy alternatives.

Flu vaccines offer moderate protection throughout most of the flu season, a new study shows - 1,700 Americans of all ages.    Continue

One Hour Alcohol Delivery From Amazon

These past few years, we've seen craft beers command the attention of thousands in Long Island and across New York.

BEIJING—The selloff in Chinese stocks accelerated Monday, adding pressure on Beijing, which is planning to flood its banking system with new liquidity to offset effects of its recent surprise currency devaluation, according to Chinese officials and advisers to the central bank.     Continue

Obama will appear on a special episode of the NBC outdoor adventure show Running Wild with Bear Grylls, the network announced Monday in a news release.


The president and the host will be trekking through the Alaskan wilderness.


The episode, to be taped, will air on NBC later this year. It will highlight the effects of climate change in that area. Before Bear Grylls officially runs wild with President Obama, revisit the host’s most memorable celebrity companions.    Continue

May the king  rise and  claim his throne to enjoy this delectable waffle sandwich with egg and cheese at its finest.     Continue

Memorable Celebrity Moments From Bear Grylls’ ‘Running Wild’

The current queen, Jaramillo, and the other 18 contestants wore original designs by Isabel. The designs portray an elegant work of art and perfect cut fabrics with paintings of artist Floyd Heglych.


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