With 20 years experience in the business, Chef David Intonato, owner of in Northport, can make anything taste good--even health food.
It took just about a week and a half to raise enough to preserve Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe lab in Shoreham thanks to a viral fundraiser on indiegogo.com.
The fundraiser surpassed the goal of $850,000 Tuesday evening after a $33,333 donation by the indie filmmakers of “Fragments From Olympus-The Vision of Nikola Tesla."
From the time he was a teenager working in his father's pharmacy, Mike Auricchio has held a lot of different jobs, from the automotive industry to the insurance industry to retail management. Now, the 2002 Ward Melville graduate is fulfilling a dream he has had for eight years: opening his own business. Auricchio is getting ready to open the doors to his video gaming center, The Revolution, on Route 25A in Stony Brook on Sept. 1.
"A lot of people say follow your dreams, but they never do," he said. "Well, I’ve been talking a long time. It’s dream time."
The Revolution will offer both video game retail and a pay-to-play game room, filling what he hopes will be a dire need in town: a cool place for young people to hang out.
Friends since second grade, Linda Love and Doreen Murphy, decided to take their passion for pets into a full time business venture with the launch ofGroomeria a semi-mobile pet grooming business in Commack.