"Who cares about a community center anyway?" We do. Written by Alexandria Harvey* You may wonder what the point of a community center is. A community center is broad in scope because it reflects the needs and wants of the neighborhood. What exactly this possible future center may hold is uncertain. However, we might have the … Continue reading The Elephants in Elmont: Where is Our Community Center?
We often say that the Elmont community is home to excellence in many forms. Perhaps a lesser known facet of the Elmont neighborhood is its dynamic 'underground' music scene. Largely on the web and out of town, Elmont natives and alumni have for several years been especially active in the worlds of music, dance, performance … Continue reading Elmont Artist Calls for More ‘Unity’ in His ‘Melting Pot’ Community
March is Women's History Month, but needless to say, every day of the year is a chance to highlight women's extraordinary achievements and to recognize the essential role that women play in our functioning society. Women, today, comprise nearly half of the country's labor force and outpace men in educational attainment. Yet, many women still … Continue reading Women Can Build: Elmont Alumna, Catrina Bowen, Discovers a Passion for Construction Project Management
"A new liquor store should not be allowed to open in Elmont, New York." Elmont residents are circulating an online petition demanding that the New York State Liquor Authority (SLA) deny a new application for a liquor license and store opening at 1560 Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont. According to the petition, the proposed liquor store location is … Continue reading Elmont Residents Say ‘No More’ As New Petition Seeks To Stop Plans for Yet Another Liquor Store
“To be or not to be [incorporated]?” That is our hamlet’s question. Written by Alexandria Harvey* “Corporate” comes from the Latin corpus, meaning body; one definition of “incorporate” is “having a bodily form.” In fact, I like to think of this definition as referring to a spirit, a soul, a mind, or whatever your preferred word … Continue reading The Elephants in Elmont: Why Aren’t We Incorporated?