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Plainview Cardiologist Reviews Lunar Cycles

Written by Michael Scro, Friday, 02 August 2013 00:00

Chief of Heart Failure Services at North Shore-LIJ In Plainview Dr. David Friedman recently reviewed a scientific study conducted at the Cardiovascular Institute at Rhode Island, The Miriam and Newport hospitals on a possible link between successful heart surgery and the lunar cycles - and found the results to be “tantalizing.”

Submitting his take on the study to a health website, the study investigated the potential impact of lunar cycles on survival and the length of time a patient remains in the hospital following an aortic dissection repair, which is when a tear in the inner wall of the aorta causes blood to flow between layers of the aorta’s wall.


Severe Car Accident On Old Country Rd.

Written by Karan Malhotra, Thursday, 01 August 2013 00:00

An unfortunate car accident unfolded recently on the evening of July 16th on Old Country Road, resulting in great physical and financial losses for many of the affected.

At approximately 6:15 p.m., a white box truck cut a red light whilst speeding, crashing into a small Buick and crushing it promptly after. The Buick’s hood was ripped off, with shreds of metal left across the road; the box truck’s momentum from the crash sent it into the air and flipped it as the truck landed sideways onto a Ford van, cleanly cutting off a portion of the van.


Donald Monti Endorses MSG Proposal

Wednesday, 31 July 2013 12:34

Plainview-based Renaissance Downtowns CEO Donald Monti recently announced that after evaluating the final two proposals to redevelop the Nassau Coliseum, he has endorsed The Madison Square Garden plan as ‘the one that will deliver the most benefits for Long Island.’  Monti has proposed a $600 million technology development for the 77-acre Nassau County Hub property that is home to the coliseum, and according to Monti’s spokesperson Brandon Palanker, they are ‘the designated master developer – selected through a competitive RFQ (request for quotation) process’.

The other proposal is by Forest City Ratner Executive Chairman Bruce Ratner, developer of the recently constructed Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, and Blumenfeld Development Group’s Ed Blumenfeld, who recently joined forces following Blumenfeld’s original proposal not selected as a finalist by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano.


POB Pool Keeping Residents Cool

Written by Michael Scro, Thursday, 25 July 2013 00:00
In the scorching and humid summer weather that has reached mid 90s, residents of Plainview and Old Bethpage have been making good use of the outdoor swimming pool at Plainview-Old Bethpage Community Park.

In an effort to help residents cope with the extreme heat, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano had extended the closing times to various outdoor swimming pools, saying: “Nassau County’s outdoor pools provide residents with a terrific place to exercise, have fun and beat the heat, and with the temperatures climbing to particularly oppressive levels we’re going to provide two extra hours of relief.”


Charles Rutenberg Realty Grand Opening

Friday, 26 July 2013 00:00

Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. Management, Staff, Agents, Brokers recently joined local elected officials in the ribbon cutting ceremony during the grand opening of the Agency’s new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters in Plainview on July 11.

The new, 3,200-square-foot facility can accommodate more than 900 Real Estate Agents, and twice the space of its original headquarters. The office is equipped with a high-tech Agent training facility featuring a 70-inch LCD LED Dual Touch Interactive Board; dozens of fully powered laptop stations; numerous built-in, computer-equipped workstations; a private conference room; an executive conference room for larger meetings; and a comfortable lounge for casual meet and greets. Highlighting their beautiful office space are three large tropical aquarium fish tanks, filled with an amazing array of exotic fish – which also has doubled in size.


POB Grad Is Beauty Photographer

Thursday, 25 July 2013 00:00

Avital Krasilovsky, owner of A Vital Beauty Photo in Jericho and graduate of Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK High School, is a photographer specializing in boudoir, maternity and beauty portraits of women.  

Having been shooting for over ten years, Krasilovsky began focusing on beauty portraits of women in 2008. A photography graduate from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, Krasilovsky lived in New York City for 12 years before moving to Jericho when she married her high school sweetheart.

“I aim to fuse fine art aesthetic with portraiture to create one of a kind art pieces of each client, something they could never get from someone else,” Krasilovsky said.

Over the years, Krasilovsky has won a variety of photo contests and her work has been published in various outlets such as CameraArts Magazine, The New York Post, and

“I had been shooting a variety of subject matter, from architecture to celebrity events, but when a friend asked me to do photos of her for her fiancé as a grooms gift, I was hooked. It was an amazing gift for him and an empowering experience for her,” Krasilovsky said.  The business transitioned and grew from there, I started to photograph pregnant women, mother/daughter portraits, and women in any sort of transition or looking to celebrate something like weight loss or a 50th birthday - I love the opportunity to help women experience their own beauty.”

Krasilovsky says her portraits shoots ‘be it beauty, boudoir or maternity,’ and are ‘always a cherished and unique gift, and an amazing record of you now.’

“Clients leave feeling an empowering confidence boost, with an experience and photos that can be cherished forever,” Krasilovsky said.  “Most women start by saying: ‘Im not photogenic, I have never done anything like this before and I’m self conscious about.’  It is an amazing feeling to wow them with themselves - when they come to view their photos they are always amazed and say: ‘I can believe that is me.’”

Following the photos completion, Krasilovsky says her client’s biggest issue by then is how to edit down the images.

“My studio is residential, private, cozy and comfortable, I believe this sets the tone for the special attention, great service and quality products they will receive, one of a kind and custom, unlike the large factory-like studios,” Krasilovsky said.


Referendum Set For August 20

Written by Michael Scro, Wednesday, 24 July 2013 00:00

In a court ruling last Monday, NY State Supreme Court Justic F. Dana Winslow ruled that 4976 signatures were facially valid to place a referendum before the residents of Oyster Bay next month on the sale of the town’s public works complex to Simon Property Group, the Albanese Organization and Castagne Properties.

A total of 4,599 signatures were required for the referendum - the vote will take place on August 20.

Organized by Taubman Centers Inc., the developer behind a proposed mall on the adjacent site to the town’s property, had put fourth a petition campaign to force a referendum.  The sale of the town’s property was approved for $32.5 million, and the current plans are to construct a ‘mixed-use’ facility.


Plainview Student Receives Grant

Saturday, 20 July 2013 00:00

Citrin Cooperman recently announced it has awarded ten exceptional students with scholarships totaling $40,000 as part of the firm’s 9th Annual High School Accounting/Business Student Grant Program, one of them being Ryan Mandell of Plainview.

Each student will receive $4,000, equally distributed over the course of four years as long as he or she is enrolled in college and meets specific requirements set forth by the firm’s Scholarship Committee. Led by Alex Serrano, co-managing partner of the Livingston, N. J. office, the committee is comprised of a representative group in each of the firm’s offices in Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelphia, White Plains, and New York City.


Mother And Daughter Gallery

Written by Claire Scro, Friday, 19 July 2013 00:00

Previously displayed in Chelsea Manhatten, Rockville Centre and Levittown, the art of mother and daughter can be found at Plainview-Old Bethpage Library for the remainder of July. Miriam Quen Cheikin, and her daughter Anita Cheikin Heiser, filled the gallery with the nature of both plants and people. Grayscale full-scale human etches from mom and flowers from daughter are just a taste of the mediums found in their exhibit.

Cheikin was an English emeritus professor at Nassau Community College, meaning she retired with the honor of keeping her title. She studied at The Art Student’s League of New York for nearly ten years, and was awarded the red dot, the highest award from the league.


Cerro Wire Controversy Heats Up

Written by Michael Scro, Wednesday, 17 July 2013 00:00

Supervisor Venditto Voices Opposition To Referendum

Town of Oyster Bay Supervisor John Venditto responded to the continued concern from residents of Syosset and nearby towns on what will become of the previous Cerro Wire site at a town board meeting last Tuesday.

During public comment, various speakers addressed a campaign by Taubman Centers Inc. to have a referendum on August 20 that would benefit their proposal to build a mall on the site.


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