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 Long Island. Click on the headlines to read the blogs in their entirety.
Certain chemicals in Sprite reduce the chance of a hangover headache the day after drinking too much alcohol, according to results from a small, preliminary study published in Food and Function earlier this year. Seltzer gives relief, too. So says this latest blog post from representatives of North Shore LIJ. Click the headline to read more about this new study.
Pat Dolan Plumbing offers some sound advice for home improvement initiatives to ring in 2014. “While you’re making new year’s resolutions this year, don’t forget to include some home improvement projects. You may not normally make these kinds of goals, but right now is a great time to take some steps that will keep your home in top condition.” Click the headline to read more.
AnneMarie Fessler Ansel contributes to our open blog “Snapshots” with some snow photos from her home in Port Washington. Find out how much she paid to have her cars cleaned and her driveway shoveled. You may never want to do it yourself again.
Larry McKenna of Coldwell Banker weighs in with this blog post about the current state of the housing market. Turns out there is more demand than supply. Click the headline and read more if you’re a buyer or a seller.
Could the best New Year’s resolution of 2014 be to not have any resolutions? Jennifer Trevaglia writes this thoughtful blog post on our Sayville-Bayport Patch. Click the headline to read more.
Janet Russell on the other hand, provides a spirited New Year’s message for those seeking to make resolutions. Click this blog to read some inspiring ideas heading into 2014.
David Rebori contributes to our open blog “Road Rage” with an invitation to view the Route 112/Route 347 construction project. Click the headline to see how you can get a map to the plans.
Jamie Berger blogs on behalf of ARF (Animal Rescue Fund) in the Hamptons to promote the adoption of “Bop” an albino labrador retriever with a hearing disability. Click the headline to read more about not only what Bop needs, but how Bop can fulfill your needs.