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Bayville

Bayville
Beginnings: In 1658 Daniel Whitehead of Oyster Bay purchased land from the Matinecock Indians. At the time, the eastern section of the peninsula was known as the Pines and the western section as Oak Neck. In 1674 the land was divided among 23 men who used it for pasture. Initial development centered near the western end of the village, the area now known as Friendly Corner.
Photo: Pleasure boaters and beachgoers enjoy the pebbled shore of Bayville around 1900. (Nassau County Museum Collection, Long Island Studies Institute)
Beginnings: In 1658 Daniel Whitehead of Oyster Bay purchased land from the Matinecock Indians. At the time, the eastern section of the peninsula was known as the Pines and the western section as Oak Neck. In 1674 the land was divided among 23 men who used it for pasture. Initial development centered near the western end of the village, the area now known as Friendly Corner.
Photo: Pleasure boaters and beachgoers enjoy the pebbled shore of Bayville around 1900. (Nassau County Museum Collection, Long Island Studies Institute)
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  • 200 Dolphins Spotted In Long Island Sound

    200 Dolphins Spotted In Long Island Sound
    A group of about 200 dolphins that were first spotted in Wednesday in Cold Spring Harbor have split into two groups. One group of dolphins swam to City Island in the Bronx while the other group traveled to the Long Island Sound near the town of Bayville.
  • Son Found Dead Hours After Dad Discovered Fatally Stabbed

    Son Found Dead Hours After Dad Discovered Fatally Stabbed
    New York City police are trying to get to the bottom of a possible murder-suicide involving an elderly man found dead inside his Staten Island home early Wednesday morning. Police found the victim -- identified as Harold Delmar Sr., -- inside his home...

    Teacher Charged With Sexually Abusing 14 Students

    Teacher Charged With Sexually Abusing 14 Students
    A Long Island music teacher has been charged with sexually abusing at least 14 students that were under his supervision, authorities announced Wednesday. According to Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, John E. Benstock, 47, of Bayville was...

    Parts Of Long Island Already Under Water As Sandy Approaches

    Parts Of Long Island Already Under Water As Sandy Approaches
    When PIX 11 cameraman, Keith Lopez, and I entered Bayville, Long Island about 10:30 am Monday, we were amazed at the waves kicking up from Long Island Sound, an hour before high tide in this North Shore town. Thirty minutes later, the Nassau County...
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Solitary Man (movie)

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  • Film Review: 'And So It Goes'

    Somewhere, Billy Joel is cringing. While the title of Rob Reiner's "And So It Goes" seems intended as take-it-on-the-chin affirmation of life's inevitable detours and potholes, the movie itself feels like a surrender -- to the kind of geriatric burlesque that increasingly seems to be the only game in town for A-list stars of Social Security age. Rivaling headliner Michael Douglas' recent altacocker ensembler "Last Vegas" in its quantity of arthritic slapstick and tearjerking platitudes, this independently financed reunion project for the actor and his "American President" director is being positioned by upstart distrib Clarius as an alternative to the summer's comicbook blockbusters. But "And So It Goes" will need a Viagara-sized box office miracle to come anywhere near the niche success of the recent "Parental Guidance" ($77 million) and "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" ($46 million), to say nothing of Reiner's own "The Bucket List" ($93 million).
  • Film Review: 'Last Vegas'

    As creaky as an arthritic hip, "Last Vegas" does for four leading stars of the '70s and '80s what movies like "Tough Guys" and "Grumpy Old Men" did for survivors of Hollywood's storied Golden Age: It lets them show they can still throw a punch, bust a...

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    • Reigning Emmy champ "30 Rock" will be live from New York for one episode in October. Peacock exec Angela Bromstad made the announcement at the TCA on Friday. Via the press release, Bromstad said, "We’ve had great success with live episodes in the...

    'Solitary Man'

    'Solitary Man'
    Michael Douglas has engaged in a number of image-busting roles in recent years, and though this movie didn't get remotely as much attention as some of his others, it offers him as another such character. He plays a businessman whose tendency to play...