Carve Your Hearts Out

Halloween: our favorite holiday. A time when ghosts float, zombies crawl out of graves, and Jack O’Lanterns glow in windows and streets. Now a sugar-coated festival of costumes, tricks, and treats, Halloween dates back centuries. Originating as a Celtic festival, Samhain, the day ushered in the new year, when crops were harvested and the world…

Shark Bites and Peace Pipes

A rich history of Native American artifacts remains throughout Long Island, reflected in town names, reservations, ancient cemeteries, and even a few roadside attractions. At the Ketcham Inn in Center Moriches, NY, visitors can enjoy the restored Colonial-Era stage-coach stop, as well as a book-barn, community garden, and our favorite attraction: The Wooden Teepee. This beautifully restored…