Articles Tagged ‘New Year’s’


Things to Do on Long Island Dec. 30 to Jan. 5

FEATURED EVENTS FESTIVUS FOR THE REST OF US @ TAP & BARREL Sick of the holidays? Celebrate with the Costanzas (in spirit, anyway) at a…


How Long Islanders Plan to Improve Their Lives in 2011

Cheryl is stretching her quadriceps, getting ready to begin her regular…

Jerry’s Ink: My New Year’s Resolutions

Have you noticed that people don’t make New Year’s resolutions anymore? I guess we’re going into a new era where people have had it up…

A New Year’s Resolution You Can Keep in 2010

We bet you thought you were getting a list of green New Year’s resolutions this week. But that would be predictable—and pretty freaking boring. If you’re reading this you already know the deal. Recycle this. Shut that off. Use both sides of the toilet paper. Besides, fewer than 10 percent of people keep their resolutions, so why set you up for failure? So how about trying something different—after all, resolution isn’t something you make, it’s something you have.

Nothing But Net: For the Week of Dec. 17 – Dec. 23

Pancakes are not my favorite breakfast food. Not even top three—that’s comprised of eggs, french toast and Jell-o shots. “But Brad, eggs are so boring and high in cholesterol! How can they beat out pancakes?” you say. First of all, shut up. This is my column, and I only get a half page, plus images, plus the awesome “NBN” logo.