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Legendary Lighthouses Across Long Island

Set off the mainland United States’ East Coast, lighthouses have been guiding ships at sea to, from, and around Long Island for centuries, with the oldest being Montauk Lighthouse commissioned by President George Washington himself in 1792! Many of the region’s landmark lighthouses allow visitors to…

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The Best Indoor Attractions to Beat the Heat on Long Island

Sometimes, even the cool breeze at the beach can’t combat a summer heat wave on Long Island. But don’t sweat it – we’ve got you covered with a list of the best indoor activities, ranging from go-karting, breweries, museums, and more so you can get some relief from the sky-high high temperatures…

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Animal Encounters on Long Island

Did you know that Long Island is home to more than 100 working farms - many of which are open for visitors? The region is also home to countless breathtaking parks, preserves, wildlife sanctuaries and top-notch zoos – complete with giraffes, zebras, monkeys, camels, cockatoos and much more. From…

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Summertime Adventures Brought to You by Long Island TV

There’s nothing quite like summertime on Long Island – a treasured time of year filled with spectacular boat days, the best lobster rolls in the world, outdoor concerts at the iconic Jones Beach, trips to the vineyards, chic hotel parties and so much more. And if you’re looking for some inspiration…

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Celebrating Juneteenth on Long Island

Long Islanders are banding together to celebrate Juneteenth—a holiday commemorating the day in 1863, nearly two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was signed, that the last enslaved populations in the United States learned slavery had been abolished. Today, people all over the country gather…

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