- How many people can lay claim to a vacation marked by injuries on more than one continent? At a certain point, it’s time to say, “OK vacation, I hear you. I hear you, you witchy, whiny, nasty, drama queen. I’m done with you, too.”
- At this racially charged moment in our nation’s history, it’s time for each of us to take a hard look at the assumptions we make about people based on the color of their skin or ethnicity.
- Jesus wept. Those two words formed into a simple sentence speak volumes to those who grieve. They remind us of the humanity of Jesus and that Jesus shares in our human pain and our grief. Jesus wept when His friend Lazarus died, even though He knew God could raise him from the dead. I remember the first time ...
- Democratic town board candidates urge care and thoughtfulness moving forward with downtown redevelopment. If we rush and make the wrong choices, they argue, Riverhead will be forced to live with the consequences for many years to come.
- Republican town board candidate Tim Hubbard: A building moratorium downtown would send the wrong message to prospective developers and is the ‘polar opposite’ of what downtown really needs.
- Sunday’s Pride Parade in New York City was a moment in history those who were part of the massive crowd will never forget. A beautiful, colorful, joyful spectacle that marked the beginning of the world so many have dreamed of, ached for, for lifetimes. It was, quite simply, a day about love. Just love. And for ...
- Kent isn’t an “aren’t the doggies cute” operation, Pamela Green of Kent Animal Shelter argues, calling Richard Amper’s opposition to the shelter’s proposed renovation “misdirected” because the new facility will improve, not impair, the environment.
- In overlooking RMTAS founder Denise Lucas, Riverhead Democrats missed the boat on an excellent candidate, writes Warren McKnight of Riverhead.
- If the town allows the Guardian Angels to patrol in Riverhead, it should enter into an indemnification agreement to protect our taxpayers. Legal fees to get that drawn up would be better spent on police overtime.
- Back then, being gay was better left in the closet. In having the courage to live out of the closet, these neighbors and friends taught us by example that love is love is love.
- Read Mary Anne Corwin’s tips for how to organize even the messiest of utensil drawers in this week’s A Place for Everything.
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