The Sag Harbor Express follows Ihor Yantukhovskyy and Sergey Sakhno on an ice fishing trip on the eastern end of Long Island as they partake in a hobby that reminds them of growing up in Ukraine.
Long Island-based LGBT Network plans four new centers in Queens, and won’t shun conservative neighborhoods, Queens Chronicle reports.
Siblings Carolina and David Bustamante co-own Gallo Restaurant, opened by their father, a Colombian native, who in 2001 saw a chance to revitalize the village of Patchogue-Medford through the then-untapped Latino population, reports Long Island Wins.
The new play “Honor Killing,” which examines violence against women in Pakistan and the U.S., will have a staged reading Feb. 10 in East Hampton, the Sag Harbor Express reports.
Some wonder, reports Sing Tao Daily, whether a Long Island Chinatown will be developed, given the recent growth of the Chinese population and brisk sales of homes to Chinese buyers.
Chef Mathias Brogie of The Living Room Restaurant on Long Island tells the The Sag Harbor Express how he has adapted the traditional Swedish Christmas smorgasbord to the American dinner table.
World Journal looks at how WeChat, a popular social media platform among the Chinese, helped to garner an impressive result on Election Day for little-known candidate Doug Lee.
Undocumented youth remember politicians’ positions on the Dream Act, and will vote accordingly on Nov. 4, Dalia Casco writes in an opinion piece in La Tribuna Hispana.
An LGBT senior housing complex with 55 rental units will be built in Bay Shore, it was announced Oct. 7, reports Long Island Press.
Pakistani-born Isma Chaudhry will become the first-ever female president of the Islamic Center of Long Island as of Jan. 1, 2015, reports Long Island Press.
Suffolk County on Long Island ended cooperation with the Secure Communites program of ICE, and now some are pressing Nassau County officials to do the same, La Tribuna Hispana reports.
On Long Island, immigrant kids sometimes face difficulties enrolling in schools, Long Island WINS reports.
A Make the Road New York campaign urges Latinos – primarily in towns with significant numbers – to register to vote for November, reports La Tribuna Hispana.
Suffolk County police are trying to mend fences with immigrant communities, offering translation and other services to crime victims, El Diario reports.
Four decades after Salvadorans began arriving on Long Island, they are gaining political empowerment, El Diario reports.