Long Island is not only known for its cultural diversity, but its diversity of opinions. That fact is proven every week on Patch as we host community voices in our blog space. Here’s a look at some of the latest blogs posted on our sites across the region. Click on the headlines to read the blogs in their entirety.
Author Jen Senft weighs in this week with a tutorial reminder on where to properly drop your punctuation when writing a quote, For all you students putting together that first paper of the year, check out this blog post.
Author and blogger TJ Clemente gives us a historical look at one of the most enigmatic figures in American History: Howard Hughes. Specifically, Clemente explores the famous aviator’s Hamptons connections. Didn’t know he had any? Read on.
Homecoming is gearing up in East Hampton and as we draw closer to October 12, Maria J. Maier reminds us of East Hampton High School’s sustainable agriculture class, which has cultivated fresh ingredients and baked them for the celebration. At homecoming, head over to the school at 3 p.m. to enjoy some carrot cake and take a tour of the garden the students maintain.
Susan Dingle relates a wonderful experience at a poetry slam hosted at the Nuyorican Cafe in Manhattan. She and some fellow East End poets invaded the New York hot spot. Now Dingle wonders if the North Fork can host its own poetry slam event, with a therapeutic angle. Read more about her ideas for the North Fork by clicking on the headline.
Patricia O’Keefe weighs in with another delicious installment of her blog to give us a recipe for Balsamic Rosemary Chicken. Looking for the perfect fall savory dish? Click the headline and bon apetit!