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Over 60…And Getting Younger: January 1, 2010

Written by Stanley Greenberg Friday, 01 January 2010 00:00

As we arise to face the day, we have to be aware that the smaller, everyday things rule our life. “Boy, that orange juice tastes good!” It wakes up your mouth, and not long after, your whole being. Coffee and half a bagel are the next order of the day. Take your five pills and you are ready to go. I get my “good morning kiss” from Lorraine and I’m off.


Letter: A Message From MADD

Written by Mary Scala Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00


“Tis the Season” has an entirely different meaning for victims/survivors of drunk-driving crashes.

Traditionally a time of celebration, the holidays may be exceptionally hard for families who have endured the devastating effect of a drunk-driving crash. Their coping skills may be tested and the need for additional support is crucial.

During times of crisis such as a drunk-driving crash, individuals often do not know where to turn for additional support and guidance. Mothers Against Drunk Driving Long Island (MADD LI) has many services available.

If you or someone you know is a victim of a drunk-driving crash, please contact MADD LI so that we can of assistance.

The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving, support the victims of this violent crime and prevent underage drinking.

MADD LI offers a variety of services at no charge to victims of drunk-driving crashes, including literature, guidance through the legal system, peer support, court accompaniment, victim support groups, assistance with the crime victim’s compensation process and referrals to support services.

Please contact MADD LI at (631) 547-6233 or for more information visit our website at

We wish you a safe holiday season.

Mary Scala
Victim Advocate, MADD LI


Over 60…And Getting Younger: December 25, 2009

Written by Stanley Greenberg Friday, 25 December 2009 00:00
What to Serve?

The guys are coming over tonight to watch the Giants-Redskins game. What do you place in front of a group of ravenous guys who are going to watch a football game in your den?

They are usually starved when they arrive and will eat the arms off the couches if they are not fed. Somehow images of lions and gladiators in the Roman Coliseum keep popping into my mind. Watching athletic events is somehow very conducive to stirring the appetites of sports fans. Even the outrageous prices of food and beer at baseball games does not prevent fans from consuming and imbibing.


Over 60…And Getting Younger: December 18, 2009

Written by Stanley Greenberg Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00

I Remember… (Part II)

Let me continue my outstanding memories of a lifetime. It probably is more fun for me than it is for my readers. However, I ended my last column with the Bay of Tonkin in 1964. Onward…

Summer 1965 we bought a split level cathedral ceiling home in Westbury. It had a Westbury Post Office but Hicksville Schools. In that house Lorraine gave birth to three children, Cara, July 1964 – twins, November 1966. Adam survived (Thank God) but his twin sister did not – and Gregg, January 1970.


Letter: Laws Not Tough Enough

Friday, 18 December 2009 00:00
Assemblyman Charles Lavine brags that New York State’s new DWI law is now “the toughest in the country”—-but I say it’s still not tough enough. He also says that it “will make drivers who have been drinking think twice before getting behind the wheel with a child passenger, and harshly punish those who do”.

A Bird’s Eye View: December 11, 2009

Written by Michael Givant Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00

Heading South

In two weeks, my wife and I will be going to Longboat Key on Florida’s west coast for the fifth consecutive winter. Last year on the long drive, which we both dislike, we realized that we had gained a sense of some of the places we passed on the trip. Here’s what some of those places looked and felt like.


Over 60…And Getting Younger: December 11, 2009

Written by Stanley Greenberg Friday, 11 December 2009 00:00

I Remember…

As each year ends, there is a compulsion in the media to recount the important events of that particular year. Who won the World Series, the National Football League championship, celebrities who passed on, etc.

I, Stanley Greenberg, who just turned 75 years of age thought that I should put on paper the outstanding memories of my life. These are things I vividly remember that can still evoke clear pictures in the screen of my brain and intellect. Truly, some are fuzzier than others. This is an exercise that can give one a serious headache.


Letter: New York State Failing Its SUNY Schools

Monday, 07 December 2009 08:57

It’s the time of the year when students attending the State University of New York will be heading home for the holidays to be with their families. While parents will be expecting good grades from their sons and daughters, the financial grade of the State University they attend suffers by comparison.


Over 60... And Getting Younger: December 4, 2009

Written by Stanley Greenberg Monday, 07 December 2009 08:54

The Movies

Just about a year ago, in my humble opinion, there was not a worthwhile movie to view. Lorraine and I would cover the cinema pages and find nothing. We do not agree often on movies but we did agree the movies were a zero. We are avid movie-goers and for months we did not attend a movie theater. The movies presented were either childish, horror flicks or science fiction with too much fake special effects.


Letter: Thanks for Passing Legislation

Friday, 27 November 2009 10:52

The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association is deeply appreciative that the Nassau County Executive and the Legislature have approved the legislation that requires certain chain restaurants to post calorie information on menus and menu boards. The policy will directly empower consumers to make healthier choices for themselves and their families.


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