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.
The Sachem Public Library used its regular blog space to announce the passing of former director Catherine Romanelli, who died after a lengthy illness on Oct. 29. Read this blog post to learn more about Romanelli’s wonderful contributions to the Sachem community.
Erin C. contributed to the Patchogue-Medford Community Library’s blog with a review of “The Awakening,” a British horror film. “ If you're a fan of films like The Others, The Orphanage, Stir of Echoes, What Lies Beneath, and even the Sixth Sense - I recommend you give it a try.” Click the headline to read the rest of this timely review.
Lenore Ringer Prezioso contributed to our open sports blog “Go Phantoms!” to cheer on the Bayport-Blue Point football team as they continue their great season and run into the playoffs this year. Click headline and feel free to contribute your own thoughts on all things Phantom athletics.
Carole Trottere posts on her blog in reaction to yesterday’s stunningly warm weather. “I never expected it to be so mild this evening when I went down to the beach to watch the sunset,” she writes. “I had to take my shoes off and wade out into the low tide.” Click the headline to read the rest of her thoughts about the day and Daylight Savings Time, which kicked in today.
Speaking of that very subject, Laura Hill Timpanaro gives us a brief history of how Daylight Savings Time came about and what effect, if any, it has had on us. Click this headline for a nice history lesson.