Long Island is not only known for its cultural diversity, but its diversity of opinions. That fact is proven every week on Patch as we host community voices in our blog space. Here’s a look at some of the latest blogs posted on our sites across the region. Click on the headlines to read the blogs in their entirety.
We welcome the blog of Kaitlyn Poli, a 13-year-old singer from Farmingville whose career is currently managed by Taylor Morrison. Poli’s camp launched her blog on Sachem Patch on Oct. 14. Poli has a YouTube channel and a Twitter account, but follow her blog for updates on her appearances and victories as she moves up the pop ranks.
Michael Buono launches a blog from the Patchogue-Medford Public Library, entitled “No Food in the Library,” a blog devoted to books centered on food. This week’s installment is “Jamie Oliver’s Great Britain,” and includes a nice recipe.
Ed Horcrantz contributes to our open political blog “The Soapbox,” with a complaint about the myriad political and other signs that stick out of the ground in Islip town and are left unattended and uncleaned. What do you think? Are these signs a blight on the community. Join this open discussion blog and weigh in yourself.
Laura Hill Timpanaro writes this informative blog on the history of Halloween and other fall traditions and puts her own spin on creative ways to make some of these great traditions personal for you and your family. Click the headline and read on.
Strength for Life co-founder Jacqui Errico weighs in this week with a list of upcoming events to help raise funds for its Port Jefferson Station-based nonprofit. Visit the blog and make some plans to attend these events for a good cause.