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Laurie Nigro: A lot of Fun Dad tempered by just enough Hardcore Dad makes the best dad of all

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Good dads figure out what their kids need them to be, and they become that guy, even if it means missing playoff football to take their princess to the ballet.

In the Kitchen: Veal Milanese! Because it’s savory, sweet and oh, so versatile

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Veal Milanese can be served many different ways — here's a version topped with fresh greens with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing.

Laurie Nigro: I’ve checked yes on every box of the ‘Are you a crazy animal lady?’ questionnaire

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Becoming a crazy animal lady just snuck up on me – I should have seen the signs.

Celia Iannelli: Just when you think you’re in, you’re out

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Sinatra sang, "You're riding high in April, shot down in May" when he performed That's Life. Celia has the answer if that happens to you.

In the Kitchen: Take a culinary vacation at home with this New Orleans shrimp dish

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Getting to know any city isn't just about eating at all the restaurants but exploring its roots and maybe even tasting some old-time regional cuisine.

Terence McLaughlin named to board of directors of Eastern Long Island Hospital

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Eastern Long Island Hospital has announced the appointment of Terence McLaughlin to the board of directors of the ELIH Foundation.

Eastern Long Island Hospital raffling off a foursome’s greens fee

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Eastern Long Island Hospital is raffling off a foursome of play at either The Bridge or the Atlantic Golf Club.

Laurie Nigro: Summer showdown: Bugs 1, Me 0

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There's no possible positive outcome to sharing your bathtub with a bug.

Life on Purpose: Questioning God is not sinful — it helps us clarify His will

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It’s not a sin to question God — search the scriptures if you doubt...God wants us to question His plan and His ways.

In the Kitchen: Steamed mussels in garlic, butter and wine — a feast from the sea

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Mussels are fun to eat, low in fat and can make a delicious feast, which is great if you've got a crowd.