Here are some of the most interesting blogs from the past week:
- How to Plan A Spooktacular Halloween Party: It's already that time of year again and with exactly 4 weeks until Halloween, it's the perfect time to plan your Spooktacular Halloween party! Here are a few tips
- Living the GTA V Life: This past week, I spent the majority of my free time playing the new Grand Theft Auto. If you’ve never heard of the game, it’s a series of video games that lets the player act out the roles of fictional gangsters throughout various points in history.
- Denenberg Joins Wantagh Elementary School for Kindergarten Day: Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg, D-Merrick, was pleased to join Wantagh Elementary School students, staff and faculty for Kindergarten Day on Friday, which was celebrated with a glorious ribbon cutting.
- Levittown Chamber of Commerce Spotlight on Business: The Levittown Chamber of Commerce Spotlight on Business is on Katie Morra who has been a part of Premier Merchant Processing since 2011. Premier Merchant Processing is headquartered in Levittown,
- Are You Afraid?: It was a long day, and Joe was still at the office going through papers. His co-workers had called it quits; hours earlier. All the office lights were off except for his desk lamp, which shone brightly.
- Peanut Butter Cheerios Bar Recipe: I had seen a picture in a magazine for a peanut butter Cheerios cereal bar and it looked like a good idea. I started looking at the ingredients and I decided maybe it wasn't such a great recipe.
- If Singapore, Why Not Long Island?: This year marks the 50th anniversary of Singapore's independence. In that two score and 10 years, Singapore went from impoverished Third World backwater with far less than what Long Island enjoys in 2013, and still recovering from the ravages of World War II and the Japanese occupation, to an ultra-modern, high-tech, independent mercantile city-state whose citizens enjoy a higher standard of living than most Long Islanders.
- Chili is Hot This Week: The first week of October is National Chili week and although the weather isn’t usually too chilly this time of year, any time is a great time to dig into this dish.