National Register of Historic Places

No. 256: Historic places, earning potential, winning students and will.i.am doing customer service

Good day, comrades: Take a bow this Nov. 8, dear readers, if you were around 100 years ago today, when Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin took over following Russia’s October Revolution of 1917. (Just, you know … bow carefully.) Welcome new readers Ted, Joseph, Diane and Daniel, and please share your thoughts at editor@innovateli.com. Story tips, corrections and back-pats gratefully accepted. Shed no tiers for them: Heartfelt congratulations to our friends at Uniondale law firm Farrell…


Historical NY innovators get National Register nods

By GREGORY ZELLER // The founders of Long Island’s circa-1800s “Squiretown” and a boathouse belonging to one of America’s first movie stars may soon enjoy new places in history – literally. Twenty-one statewide properties, including four on the Island, have been nominated for inclusion on the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places by the NYS Board for Historic Preservations. Included in the board’s recommendations are an off-Broadway New York City theater that…