Nassau County Executive Laura Curran

No. 419: Kittens, coladas, Tesla and DNA-infused inks – plus, dialing back the Nassau IDA

  Welcome back: Here we are, dear readers, back on the beat as Summer 2019 heats up and we hustle through another busy week of socioeconomic innovation on Long Island and around the world. It’s July 10 out there – both National Kitten Day and National Piña Colada Day, an undeniably sweet combination. Ssshhh: To our readers who are also devout followers of 20th century Indian avatar Meher Baba – who famously kept his mouth…


No. 356: Blacks in golf, women in Johns Hopkins and advanced aerospace manufacturing in Riverhead – thank you, veterans

Finishing strong: It’s Friday, dear readers – welcome to the end of another busy week of socioeconomic innovation and related delights. It’s Nov. 9 out there, and if you had the Jews aiding the Muslims – as charged by Egica, king of the Visigoths, at the Seventeenth Council of Toledo on this date in 694 AD – nice job. A hundred gold solidus for you. Salute: If today’s the ninth then Sunday’s Nov. 11, when…


No. 312: On D-Day, Nassau’s underage smoke-out, Feinstein’s lupus leap and SBU’s big new gig

Seasonal greetings: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, and the midway point of another exciting week in Long Island innovation. It’s June 6 out there, and as the weather slowly warms, let’s thank our lucky News 12 forecast this ain’t 1816 – the infamous “Year Without a Summer,” when an eerie “dry fog” hung over the eastern U.S. for months, at least one hard frost was recorded every month throughout New England and six inches of…