8 Blogs to Check Out From the Past Week

Our 'Local Voices' add to the interested on North Fork Patch.

The week of Jan. 27 was one of our busiest ever, with everyone from politcians Tim Bishop and Fred Thiele reminding us of Hurricane Sandy relief funding and Black History Month to local animal advocates working hard to get homeless animals adopted — our local bloggers have filled the website this week with lots of interesting prose ... here are a few to check out if you haven't already.

And, if you'd like to blog on Patch, email erins@patch.com.

  • Monique Singh-roy
  • Feb 2, 2013

Can a food be too ugly to eat? How I resolved to eat sea robin and liked it.

Further Delays From Dear Old Uncle Sam

  • Feb 2, 2013

Further delays in filing your income taxes if you need to file certain forms.

Pet of the Week: Elect Billy R. to be the Next Member of Your Family

  • Rebecca Hoey
  • Feb 2, 2013

An adorable brindle pittbull mix is up for adoption at the Town of Southold Animal Shelter.

Tune In for Puppy Bowl This Weekend!

  • Last Chance Animal Rescue
  • Feb 1, 2013

This Super Bowl Sunday tune into Animal Planet's halftime show at 3 p.m. to catch a glimpse of LCAR alumni Nona and Chloe as they duke it out in this year's "Puppy Bowl."

A Last Interview With Ed Koch While He Was on the East End

  • T.J. Clemente
  • Feb 1, 2013

The former mayor was feisty and razor sharp on his facts.

Fighting for Our Share of $50.5 Billion in Sandy Aid

  • Congressman Tim Bishop
  • Feb 1, 2013

Eastern Long Island and the other regions affected by Superstorm Sandy moved forward on the road to recovery this week with final passage of approximately $50.5 billion in federal funding.


  • Jen Lew
  • Jan 31, 2013

What about you – what's your favorite marketing tool that I haven't mentioned? Leave it in a comment below!

February Is Black History Month

  • Jan 29, 2013

Reflect on historic contributions to our society.


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