Grateful For A Second Chance

Nonprofit relocates greyhounds from the racetrack to a forever home When Lisa Sallie founded Grateful Greyhounds in 1998, she did so with the mindset of educating people about...

A Local Long Island Legacy

It's been 17 years since Boulevard, a specialty publication, was created. Now, publisher Angela Susan Anton felt it was time for a resurrection. Community. A term synonymous with loyalty,...

To Bee, Or Not To Bee

There should be no question Spiders, ants, bees—we typically associate any bug with being a pest and we expedite the process of ridding ourselves of them, sparing no expense....

Equine Dreams

There are few creatures more majestic than a horse. The ability to bear heavy loads as a 'beast of burden,' a natural beauty and an intuition to connect...

Theodore Roosevelt’s Presidential Estate

Old Orchard Museum and park draw millions. Just down the hill from the historic and widely recognized home of President Theodore Roosevelt is the once-home of his son, Theodore...

Much Deserved Praise

A skincare line that benefits animal welfare receives glowing reviews When PRAI Beauty’s CEO & founder Cathy Kangas started the company in 1999, she did so with two visions:...

The Explorers

A 1620s table from the Prince of Portugal; one of only twelve 1727 bishop’s chairs to leave Westminster Abbey; a hatch from The Explorer, one of only seven...

Kitchens That Cook

There are two rooms that we either typically show off when we have guests or are dying to check out when we visit someone’s home. One is the...

Prima Ballerina

From her outstanding body of work, her unwavering grace and exuding emotion every time her pointe shoe touches the stage, Misty Copeland epitomizes everything classical about the art...

Books By The Foot

The Strand Bookstore houses the city’s best literature from antique classics to modern day fiction and the rarest books you’ll ever lay eyes on  Imagine, thousands of books at...