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Blogger Roundup: Blue Herons in Bayport

A look at the past week’s blogs in and around your community.

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.

Patchogue

Snapshots: Art Exhibit

Michael Chait submitted these photos as a teaser to the art exhibit tribute to past modern masters currently on display at the Patchogue-Medford Library. Check out the photos and then head over to the library to see the exhibit in person.

Sachem

Terrible Drivers In Sachem

Bree Deluca serves up this humorous blog post about the top 5 worst drivers in the community. Read the list and wonder if you haven’t seen something very similar in your neighborhood.

Sayville

Blue Heron Sighting

Sarah Orne Jewett wrote about a White Heron, but over in the Sayville-Bayport area Alida Thorpe lets us know about a Blue Heron seen in the area, hanging out in the tree tops. Alida attached her post with a stunning photograph of the Heron, resting on one leg. Check out this blog post.

Three Village

Coping With Holiday Stress

Eric Robert Santiago of Innovative Nutrition in East Setauket contributes this week with a blog post about the causes, biological process and the solutions to holiday-inspired stress. Read this blog to learn what happens when you’re stressed out, and how diet can reduce those stress levels.

Miller Place-Rocky Point

Interview: Christine Sweeney

John Lorefice, who writes for the blog “Live From Long Island” updates us on a recent interview with Christine Sweeney, an up-and-coming recording artist from Long Island. This blog follows the vibrant Long Island music scene. Check out the blog post and keep tuned in to the blog’s regular updates.







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