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.
East Patchogue resident and Patchogue Patch blogger Cindi Sanson-Braff was featured in a lengthy piece on spirit mediums and the living’s relationship with the dead in the Sunday edition of the Daily News. Braff announces the informative feature and provides a link to the story. In addition, Braff lets us know where she’ll be giving readings in the coming weeks.
The Sachem Youth Athletic Goup’s blog informs us this week that registration has begun to join the winter season of SYAG Lacrosse. If you’re interested in enrolling your young one, check out this informative blog post on how to get the ball rolling. No pun intended.
Bryant Nolasco contributed to our open “Snapshots” blog on Sayville-Bayport Patch with a stunning photo of the setting sun near Fetch Dog Daycare & Spa in Bayport. Nolasco entitled his post “Burning Point,” and earns a top spot in our blog roundup: the photo attached to this article. Got a great shot of the area yourself? Upload it to our open blog.
West Islip blogger Lou Schwartz delivers this great game story of the West Islip Junior Varsity Football team’s victory over East Islip this past week. Click on this account and get used to some of the names in the story: they will carry the varsity squad in years to come.
Jamie Webb contributes to our open blog “Tastes of Three Village” with a critical eye at restaurants in the Three Village area. “Every time a decent place opens like fifth season the menu starts out great then they realize that the locals order the same crap over and over,” he writes. What say you? Is there not a decent place to eat in Three Village? Write your own review in our open blog.
“Steve” contributes to Port Jefferson’s open blog “The Soapbox” with a critical look at Highway Department Superintendent Dan Losquadro’s decisions and qualifications. The blogger endorses Lori Baldassare for the post, which both are running for in November. Where do you stand? Join our open blog “The Soapbox” and get the political discussion going.
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Blogger “Ganason” has entered the political fray by posting this question on our open blog “The Soapbox.” Ganason wants to know why Brookhaven Highway Sup. Dan Losquadro stepped down from the New York State Assembly to become the head of highways in the township. Some commenters offered up some possibilities. Want to share your political thoughts heading into November? Or maybe you’ve got something you need to get off your chest about politics? Join our open blog and let your voice be heard.