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Thursday, June 16th, 1904: a significant date in literary history. In his masterpiece Ulysses, James Joyce chose this date to introduce the world to Leopold Bloom by portraying a single day in the life of this character. Around the world – and in Sea Cliff! – “Bloomsday” celebrations recreate & revisit this novel & this day.
Here’s your chance to contribute to Sea Cliff History. 222 Prospect Ave is a 5 bed & 2.5 bath home, and it is a locally designated Sea Cliff Landmark. This High Victorian Gothic home has three stories of living and endless amounts of charm. Enjoy private moments in the beautiful backyard or sit on the front porch and enjoy the view of the community.
26 The Birches is in the heart of Roslyn Estates, a charming, tree-lined community that is rich in history. The Association of Roslyn Estates is the oldest residential civic association in Nassau County, and it was incorporated in 1911. Residents take pride in their community and its history, and they work hard to contribute their own chapter to Roslyn’s dynamic narrative.
Thinking of a way to reconnect with nature? A unique Father’s Day present? A fun day with a friend? Long Island has a number of spots to accomplish all of these things while on horseback. In this article, I profile 5 Long Island spots where you can explore gorgeous property on horseback.
Last week I had the pleasure of visiting local artist Christine D’Addario at her studio located in her family’s elegant Locust Valley manor home. As we discussed her upcoming exhibition “SEESCAPES,” it was fascinating to see the home’s classic mahogany interior library space transformed into her vibrant and colorful artist’s sanctuary. D’Addario spoke about the journey to create meaning in her life throughout her relationships with family, community and the art world.