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The LISK (Long Island Serial Killer) investigation began in May 2010 with the disappearance of sex worker Shannan Gilbert. In the following months, Suffolk County Police uncovered human remains from nine more murders, including those of the "Gilgo 4", all sex workers whose bodies were disposed of similarly. Inspired by the New York Times best-selling book "Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery", follow the series as it’s told through previously unheard interviews with family members, frie ...
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/ligamingleague/subscribe Welcome to the Long Island Gaming League where we talk games, strategy and simply just have fun doing it! Join out league at: https://www.thelongislandgamingleague.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ligamingleague/support
 
Mini MasterClass in Music! Musician and aspiring Singer/Songwriters seeking to share their original music, while learning to navigate the music industry will find life lessons in each episode of The Long Island Sound podcast. Each episode of The Long Island Sound podcast is a Mini MasterClass in Music and reveals crucial lessons on how to navigate the music industry and avoid the pitfalls of failure. Your host and curiosity seeker, Steve Yusko will guide you through each episode as he discov ...
 
Bringing you the true life stories from the beginning to the present with no stone left unturned of how I became the LONG ISLAND COWBOY. I’ll be talking about life on the island, the uniqueness of it, relationships, my life struggles and situations. I’ll be adding comedy and guest speakers to the show. I’ll be answering questions from you the listeners and much more. This is definitely going to be fun and entertaining for sure! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/LongIslandCowboy/support
 
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Phil Buechler, Senior Pastor of C3 Church Long Island, shares the Christian faith in Jesus with Holy Spirit-inspired bible teaching that will encourage you to live your best life. These podcasts are meant to help you grow in faith and understand what it means to be a believer in a powerful God. For more information, visit http://www.c3li.com.
 
Realtor In Eastern Long Island - Exclusive Tips from the Professional at https://easternlongislandhomes.com/ There are many aspects of the real estate business that can be overwhelming for someone new. That's why it's essential to find a top-rated realtor in Eastern Long Island who can help you through the process. This blog post will give you tips from an experienced professional so that you can make sure your experience is as seamless and stress-free as possible! Eastern Long Island Homes ...
 
At Long Island News Network, a Community News Organization, we don't make up the News, we just Report the News. Broadcasting Live 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week from our Studios in Hauppauge, New York. Long Island News Network offers listeners a way to listen to local, national, worldwide and unique news stories on demand as well.
 
Two Nerds and a Guy From Long Island is a bi-weekly comedy podcast that was borne from the attempts of Ricky and Dirk, two life-long proto-nerd friends, to desperately explain the geekier sides of life to their native Long Island pal, Dave. The results are, well, a mixed bag. Can Ricky and Dirk explain the phonetic intricacies of Elvish? Why Arrakis is the only place in the galaxy you can get melange? The difference between a Moogle and an Esper? And whether or not Han shot first? … And does ...
 
The Major Pod Network is especially excited to announce the original podcast series, MC! True Long Island Story. This podcast will be a deep-dive into Matt Cardona's groundbreaking YouTube series, "Z! True Long Island Story," which pioneered the use of social media to develop a wrestling character and promote storylines—a practice now typical across professional wrestling. Cardona, along with co-host Mark Sterling and occasional guests from the show's history, will rewatch all 100 episodes o ...
 
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Much has been written about September 21, 1938, the day that a massive hurricane hit Long Island. For Jonathan C. Bergman, the more interesting story began the day after. His extensive research focused on the cleanup and disaster relief efforts orchestrated by a shifting network of Red Cross officials, New Deal workers, Suffolk County agencies, chu…
 
Bill McIntyre talks with Alfonso Castillo, Transit Reporter from Newsday and Newsday.com, about potential rate hikes coming to the LIRR, an update on the East Side Grand Central project, OMNY pay systems, and more.90.3 WHPC
 
End to fuel tax cap to have minimal effect; developer pulls out of sublet at last minute in Sag Harbor Village; Town officials took too long to approve Sonic drive-in on Route 58; prominent Republicans want Lee Zeldin to become next Republican National Committee chairman; social security numbers of Suffolk County employees may have been exposed dur…
 
Join your host Steve Yusko as he interviews Canadian Folk Singer/Songwriter Dany Horovitz. Dany Horovitz is a Canadian singer-songwriter known for delighting audiences with his memorable melodies and beautiful storytelling through vivid lyrics. Follow Dany Horovitz Instagram @danyhorovitz Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7ybnVmXL1QodkQNe627…
 
Two Black men were shot and killed by a police officer in Freeport on a cold winter morning in 1946. Another was wounded. All three were brothers, two were World War II veterans dressed in their military uniforms. The ensuing outcry and investigations would spread far beyond the south shore of Long Island and bring the story of racial tensions on L…
 
Town of Southampton purchase land next to Water Mill; most expensive home listed for sale on Long Island is on the market for $43 million; Windmill lighting at Stony Brook Southampton College campus to be held tomorrow evening from 5pm to 7pm; MTA considers many drastic measures to address $3 billion annual deficit; LI holds highest weekly COVID-19…
 
Airflow system creates obstacle to finishing Grand Central Madison station and completing East Side Access; Riverhead is close to purchasing property for new Town Hall location; The Yellow Barn at Riverhead Free Library to receive state funding; rescued sea turtles arrive at Atlantic Marine Conservation Society in Westhampton; federal government sa…
 
Paul David Stanko delivers an eclectic positive vibe with music. Join our host Steve Yusko as we discover the artist behind the music. Today we venture to the Midwest. Paul David is currently serving a local church in the music ministry and composing and releasing singles in my home studio. He's very musical, sensitive, and intuitive drummer, a mon…
 
Need for food banks rising on Long Island; Governor Hochul allows college athletes to make money; Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade back at full scale; several theories for cause of deadly private plane crash arise; Southampton Town Board to hold public hearings on zoning code provisions; two turkey trots happening on Thanksgiving in Mattituck and Mon…
 
Jeannie Fry Grunge-Gal Delights in a Post-Punk World. Join your host Steve Yusko as he explores Jeannie Fry's backstory as a Singer/Songwriter from Brooklyn. She started off as a teenager playing bass in an all-girl punk in Connecticut in band called Bad Hair. She wrote originals and threw in a cover of "I don't wanna go down to the basement" by Th…
 
MTA needs waiver to complete East Side Access project; NYS Education Department orders school districts to stop using mascots and imagery that depict Native Americans; East Hampton girls swimming team has state champion; NYS takes significant step toward launching legal market for recreational cannabis; Aquebogue man arrested in Penn Station after …
 
Blake Sandberg & ALIENS - An Auspicious Punk Artist & His 9-11 Story of Survival Join your host Steve Yusko as we discover multi-talented artist, musician, Blake Sandberg. We explore his music and his post-punk band, Aliens. We'll experience three of Blake's songs and uncover a story of struggle and survival after the 9-11 terrorist attack on New Y…
 
Bill McIntyre has a discussion with Richard J. Nicolello, Legislator in Nassau County’s 9th District and the Presiding Officer of the Nassau County Legislature. Together they discuss the midterm election results, the state budget, gerrymandering and more.90.3 WHPC
 
Suffolk County to increase number of campsites with electric hookups; judge halts reconstruction of Schiavoni family commercial building; Long Island tourism industry poised for banner year in 2023; 25-mile cable approved to connect wind-energy array to Holbrook electric grid; Zeldin eyes chair of Republican National Committee; food donation season…
 
East Hampton Airport legal saga continues; charter school network receives $7 million gift; East Hampton School Board authorizes use of $994,993 for maintenance; construction to begin on underground power cable in Wainscott; PSEG Long Island ranked last among large eastern utility companies; panel on water quality will take place tonight starting a…
 
Discovering The Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame. Ernie Canadeo the Chairman of the Hall of Fame joins host Steve Yusko as they discuss the grand opening of their new facility in Stony Brook, NY on November 25, 2022. Ernie Canadeo is also the founder of the EGC Group and started his careeer in the Music Industry working for RCA Record…
 
Catholic charities receives grant to aid Ukrainian refugees; $11 billion in taxpayer money given out during loosened criteria for unemployment during the pandemic; LIPA projects savings for customers; Maryhaven Center of Hope receives $5 million state grant; 7 Long Island hospitals receive "A" rating for safety; Heart of Riverhead Civic Association…
 
New report may lead to NYS Regents Exams overhaul; Peconic Bay Medical Center emarking on $20 million expansion of emergency department; home heating oil prices rise; panel to take place on water quality in Southampton; and Long Islaners are urged to use public transit on the follow gridlock alert days: Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 22 Nov 23 Nov 30 Dec 1 Dec …
 
Job opportunities arising from wind turbine industry; Schumer calls on moderate Republicans to denounce far-right; groundwater remediation efforts at Gabreski Airport to begin within the year; red flags appeared in chain of command prior to cyber attack on Suffolk County's computer systems; analysis shows Governor Hochul won over most Black voters;…
 
GOP controls four of the U.S. House seats on Long Island for the first time since 1994; Zeldin expresses "zero regret" over running for governor; Veterans Day Service will take place at Agawam Park; local housing markets hurt by rising mortgage rates but not so much on the East End; homeowners in beach-rights case asked to have a judge held in cont…
 
Como Brothers Emote Passion and Persistance Delivering Sweet Harmonies. In this episode we meet Andrew and Matt Como, two brothers and prolific singer/songwriters both. We'll hear four of their songs as we get to know the back story on their skyrocketing career. The Como Brothers, Matt and Andrew Como, are musicians (singers, songwriters and perfor…
 
Midterm election results have mostly been reported. Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul has defeated Republican Lee Zeldin, making the incumbent the first woman to be elected governor in New York, and all three ballot measures proposed for East End voters have passed. Listen live during Morning Edition Monday through Friday, 7am to 9am, on air at 88.3fm, …
 
Today is Election Day. Look up your voter registration at voterlookup.elections.ny.gov. Polls will remain open until 9pm tonight. Listen live during Morning Edition Monday through Friday, 7am to 9am, on air at 88.3fm, 96.9fm, radio streaming apps, smart speakers, and wliw.org/radio.WLIW-FM
 
Tomorrow is Election Day. Early voting has ended, and all registered voters must go to their polling place tomorrow between 6am and 9pm to cast their votes. Listen live during Morning Edition Monday through Friday, 7am to 9am, on air at 88.3fm, 96.9fm, radio streaming apps, smart speakers, and wliw.org/radio.…
 
Robert Moses is the man most New Yorkers love to hate. This is in no small part due to his own hubris and the impact he had on the people living in the path of his massive construction projects. Add to that Robert Caro's hard hitting 1974 biography The Power Broker and you've got a reputation that is hard to live down. Kara Schlichting and Katie Uv…
 
Bill McIntyre talks with Mr. Robert Zimmerman, who is running for Congress in New York’s Third Congressional District on the Democratic ticket, which covers northern Nassau County, and a slice of suburban Queens. This is the seat vacated by Tom Suozzi.90.3 WHPC
 
Gene Casey's Roots-Rock Music Captivating Fans on an Adventurous Journey. In this episode your host Steve Yusko get you acquainted with Gene Casey, the artist behind some fantasitc Alt-Country Music. Gene formed the Lone Sharks, “the house band of the Hamptons,” where bars were plentiful and audiences – both the local and the celebrated – were robu…
 
Every day, Michael Mackey brings you the most important news affecting you and your neighbors. Listen to Long Island Morning Edition to stay up-to-date on what's happening across the East End. He'll bring you the news with clarity and precision. Tune in live during Morning Edition from 6:49am to 9am every week day, or listen on your schedule by fol…
 
Bill McIntyre speaks with Mr. Anthony D’Esposito, a Hempstead Town Councilman, retired NYPD Detective and former Chief of the Island Park Fire Department, who is running for Congress on the Republican ticket in the 4th Congressional District, in southern parts of Nassau County, which is the seat currently held by Kathleen Rice.…
 
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