I live on Long Island and one of my favorite places is the North Fork. This area is home to many of Long Island's wineries and now's the time to enjoy tasting new vintages. Here's a link to LI's Wine Country.
Forgotten New York
New York City has an incredible history in all facets of life. But sometimes it's the little things that bring back special memories of an era long gone. If you enjoy a little (or a lot) of nostalgia every now and then, Kevin Walsh has put together an incredible site of places in NY 'forgotten' until now. Click here and enjoy.
Singer / Songwriter Jim Dawson has been making music since the seventies. He regularly performs throughout the NYC area. Visit his website here: http://www.jimdawson.com/
These guys started it all and were arguably the best movie critics ever. They had so much influence in their own show, that if it ran too long, the movie clips were cut - not their dialogue. Roger's first parter (pictured) Gene Siskel died in 1999. Both are missed.
On March 25, 1983, Michael Jackson shimmied backward across the stage at the Motown 25 taping, a moment that may have truly made him the superstar of his era. But did he invent the Moonwalk? Even Michael once said he had seen it before. Take a look at former Solid Gold dancer and then-Shalamar designated dancer Jeffrey Daniel in this performance.
Is it just me, or should Lindsay Lohan not postpone going on Charlie Sheen's Anger Management???
Katy Perry & John Mayer have supposedly split (again.) He's been with a few ladies over the years - Jessica Simpson, Cameron Diaz, Minka Kelly, Jennifer Anniston, Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian and others. Would you date him if you had the chance?
If you're a fan of Rihanna, you can get a sample of the singer's 2012 tour when a documentary
featuring performances and behind-the-scenes footage will be shown on May 6. The on-hour special, Rihanna 777 will air on Fox.
It should be back at a convenience store near you this summer!!
Have you seen the new Facebook News Feed design? Those who don't like change shouldn't be too put off. Supposedly you'll see bigger pictures, more mobile compatibility... and, of course, bigger advertising!