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No. 360: Adelphi arrives, 5G makes waves and SBU sends in the marine biologists

  Full speed ahead: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as we speed into the second half of our busy workweek and straight toward the final month of 2018. It’s Nov. 28 out there, Sagittarians rule and if you had Portuguese explorer Ferdinand “Round Trip” Magellan reaching the Pacific Ocean 498 years ago today, well done – 100 gold escudos for you. A toast: To our readers in Japan, happy Hōonkō, an important holiday in traditional…


No. 334: On waffles, NATO, Estée Lauder and ocean acidity – plus feeding healthier pets, one ingredient at a time

Mission accomplished: You set out on Monday to complete another summer workweek, dear readers, and here you are – it’s Friday, Aug. 24, and another well-earned weekend dawns. Listen to this: It’s also International Strange Music Day, an annual event designed to broaden musical tastes by getting people to listen to music they’ve never heard before. To that end, put your hands together for Swedish folktronica band Wintergatan, and the amazing marble music machine! Somehow,…


No. 281: Love, exciting and new; Faltischek, cautious but hopeful; and the most popular winter sport you’ve never heard of

It floats back to you: It’s the Love Boat, dear readers, or at least your beloved Innovate LI Newsletter, making another run on this Feb. 14, 2018. It’s Valentine’s Day, of course, the international day of romance – at least, nowadays. Origin stories vary, but many trace the Catholic Church’s St. Valentine celebrations to a pair of executions at the hand of ancient Roman Emperor Claudius II, who whacked two men (both named “Valentine”) on…