Lisa Lazzara, owner of Wax Republic in Huntington village, attributes her businesses booming success to their unique technique and approachable atmosphere, serving both women and men.Read More
While Signature Premier Properties continues to grow across Long Island, its staff’s culture to be a group of like-minded individuals that champion each other remains the same each day.
Specializing in residential and commercial purchase and sale, the success of the firm is led by co-owners Peter Morris and Kathy Viard, who said they have made a point to be hands on and involved with their agents.
t Simplay, patrons can hurl dodgeballs at the undead, propel a golf ball down the greenway at Pebble Beach, peg a touchdown, pop a fly ball, or relax and have a drink. But that’s just the beginning of the possibilities.
The 15,000-square-foot space in Hauppauge serves as a sports simulator haven, indoor training center, bar hangout, corporate meeting space and private event hall rolled into one, resisting conventional labels.
Northport natives and sisters Gina Nisi and Angela Nisi-MacNeill have kept the theme of selling candy on Main Street in Northport Village with the opening of Carl’s Candies, which has replaced former candy store Harbor Trading.Read More
Ray McGuinness, owner of Tudor Jewelers in Northport Village, recalled a time when he would watch his father work diligently in his craft as a watchmaker, and on occasion assist in repairing watches and jewelry.Read More
Trinity Regional School administrators and educators are on a mission to assist students in maximizing their potential, making them aware of those around them, servicing the community, and becoming productive members of the workforce and global Christian citizens, said Principal Jeanne Morcone.Read More
Gorgeous “The Salon” & Treasures, a business where customers can style their hair and shop for some jewelry, has been known to bounce locations throughout the Town of Huntington across 30 years of business. Most recently, the salon has settled in Cold Spring Harbor.Read More
The Art League of Long Island is an all-in-one resource center for Long Island artists, offering a variety of art classes, programs and the opportunity for local artists to feature their work in its two-story gallery.Read More
Three key points that the minds at SteinbergAnna Wealth Management Corporation teach clients are knowledge, discipline and patience. They do it while walking clients through a step-by-step process in developing a customized financial program.Read More
Gym 33 in Huntington Station puts a strong emphasis on inspiring its clients. As gym-goers walk into the building, they are greeted by a quote painted on the wall that reads, “A bad day can be made better by going to the gym,” before walking down the stairs and into the workout area.Read More
Clients are in awe when they enter Escape Hair Lounge in Huntington village. Owner Anthony D’Angelo said its relaxing atmosphere and contemporary minimalist style, which was designed by his wife June, draws people into the location. With a palette of warm grays accented with white seating and crystal chandeliers, the salon is both chic and inviting.Read More
In the peaceful hamlet of Northport Village lies a space filled with wonder and excitement, CryptIQ Inc. Those who venture to it can exercise their skills and race against the clock to escape the room.Read More
On the first floor of the Huntington establishment is a student lounge, a practice room and rehearsal room with a drum set, keyboards, speakers and microphones set on a stage. When making your way up to the second floor, which consists of six different multi-use classrooms that feature several artists, you are greeted with the words printed on a glass room divider: “For Those About To Rock We Salute You.”Read More
Along the walls of Huntington Village Pediatrics are 3-D butterflies that lead to a large plant, where toy monkeys and birds rest on the branches in the corner of the well-side waiting room.
For more than 40 years, Huntington Village Pediatrics has aided generations of families and offered a fun, welcoming environment for patients, ranging from newborns to 18 year olds, to explore and enjoy.Read More
McDonald said that the Huntington YMCA establishes its programs for youths as young as 6 months old, teens, adults, senior citizens and families based on its three pillars, which are healthy living, social responsibility, and youth development.Read More
A Rise Above Bake Shop in the heart of Huntington village cooks up a homey atmosphere, with walls decorated in white wallpaper lined with blue flowers, and a vintage display case displaying dishware and baking tools that parallel the delicious aroma of freshly-baked cookies.Read More