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Take A Virtual Ride On Six Flags Terrifying New Roller Coaster

Take A Virtual Ride On Six Flags Terrifying New Roller Coaster

Six Flags Great Adventure will open one of the most unique coasters ever next summer!
This Hilarious Puppet Will Teach You How to Be the Perfect New York City Tourist

This Hilarious Puppet Will Teach You How to Be the Perfect New York City Tourist

This puppet seriously wants to help you out with very useful advice for New York City tourists, such as "There's two speeds in New York my friend, walk fast, or get out of the way."

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Destination Boating on Fire Island

Destination Boating on Fire Island

The land just across the Great South Bay, adjacent to what happens to be this magazine’s coverage area, is an enchanted thin stretch of land of beaches, dunes, deer, wilderness, boating, fishing, relaxing, eating, drinking and sometimes just having a gay old time.
The Renaissance of Patchogue, NY

The Renaissance of Patchogue, NY

The Village of Patchogue has a long, storied past, having begun in the 1800s as a boat-building community, eventually transforming into a tourist mecca with over 1,000 hotel rooms. But, as malls became more prevalent across Long Island in the ‘60s and ‘70s, businesses started to plummet and so did the Village of Patchogue. It wasn’t until recently that a renaissance began in the village that has put Patchogue back on the map as destination for arts, entertainment, and dining.
Long Island's Best Destinations for Summer Fun Without the Sun

Long Island's Best Destinations for Summer Fun Without the Sun

Long Island is a pretty amazing place. It doesn’t matter where you live or what you’re into, the availability of great food, music, and cocktails is never more than a ten-minute-or-so drive away. We broke down our top-ten area destinations to make sure you’re taking advantage of all this island has to offer.
Waterfront Dining in the Hamptons

Waterfront Dining in the Hamptons

I suppose it goes without saying that if an article is going to be written about waterfront restaurants near the Atlantic, then fresh seafood will be on every menu! All the great places to eat in the Hamptons are set on the water’s edge. Some have live music and some cater to kids, while others offer dockage, lodging, late-night lounges, and even wedding venues. One thing is for sure, they all have beautiful views!
Sag Harbor, A Whale of a Town

Sag Harbor, A Whale of a Town

If you want to visit a quintessential village that represents the East End, then spend time in beautiful Sag Harbor. While having modern-day offerings, it still has the look and feel of a bygone era, with an old-fashioned five and dime store,a movie theater looking like something out of the 1950s, and a friendly, small-town atmosphere. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the town is set on the water’s edge with a beautiful wharf and bridge as its background.