What was once a plumbing supply warehouse on 400 Hallett Avenue in Riverhead, New York, now gives off the aroma of numerous craft beers.
There are countless breweries on the island, but Moustache Brewing Company is unique because it is run by a married couple.
Continue reading Married to the Ale
For my final project, I would like to do my video on a brewery. Continue reading Moustache Brewing Co.
Long Island Doll Hospital Jan Davis and her husband Walter Davis have been repairing broken and worn dolls for more than 30 years. They also fix Steiff stuffed animals and teddy bears. They attend toy and doll conventions where they buy doll parts. They have their workshop, which they refer to as a “doll hospital” in Southold, which doubles as an antique store. Since they have been doing this for so long, I believe the couple would have a lot to say; it is also their passion and where their heart is, so it would make the story even better. I also think this would make for some great photos. I could get shots of the dolls before, as they are being worked on, and the finished products. I could also take pictures around the doll hospital and the other antiques that she has. Continue reading Audio Slideshow Ideas
Tara Conry, community journalist at Newsday, came in to speak to our journalism 320 class on Friday, September 19, 2014. She spoke to us about the history of her journalism career, her responsibilities at Newsday, and gave us many tips to be great journalists. Continue reading Tara Conry Visits JRN 320
Stony Brook, NY– Stevie Morris, a fiber artist from Port Jefferson, demonstrates how to spin wool into scarves at the Apple Festival in Stony Brook on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– Stevie Morris’ basket of wool and yarn awaits her as she demonstrates how to make scarves for the Fall at the Apple Festival on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– Apple Fritters being made at the Apple Festival in Stony Brook on September 13, 2014. They are made by slicing up apples and deep frying them with flour, sugar, baking powder and salt until they are golden on both sides.
Stony Brook, NY– Rev. Chuck Van Houten gets a cross painted on his forearm by body artist Karen Blacher at the Apple Festival in Stony Brook on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Elizabeth’s Homemade Jellies and Jams were on sale at the apple tent during the Apple Festival at Stony Brook Community Church on September 13, 2014. The most popular flavor of the day was “Apple Cider Jelly.” By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– Maureen Peck, owner of Crochet Creations 4 Me, crochets a sweater at the Stony Brook Apple Festival on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– Diane Coppola displays her decorative personalized homemade cookies that she makes for her business, Cookie Celebration, at the Stony Brook Apple Festival on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– A sign to direct people to different parts of the Apple Festival stands outside of the welcome tent on September 13, 2014. By Ashley Maisano.
Stony Brook, NY– Vendors line the street Saturday morning on September 13, 2014 as they get ready for the annual Apple Festival at Stony Brook Community Church. By Ashley Maisano.
The clouds scuttled across the sky, the sun breaking out in bursts as the crowd gathered behind Stony Brook Community Church on Christian Avenue for the 2014 Apple Festival. Continue reading Everything Apple with Extra Fun on the Side