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The Island Now
Element Seafood serves a taste of the sea and the city in Great Neck Plaza
The Island Now
Chef Robert Tweedy passes on a dish to one of the servers in the kitchen. (Photo by Janelle Clausen). When opening Element Seafood in Great Neck Plaza on Monday, owners Mathew Ingraham and Nellie Wu did so while sharing a vision: to create a place ...



Newsday
Element Seafood opens in Great Neck
Newsday
Bouillabaisse is one of the entrees on the menu at Element Seafood in Great Neck. Photo Credit: Newsday / Erica Marcus. advertisement | advertise on newsday. Here's hoping fish is the charm. Element Seafood has opened in the Great Neck address that ...



LongIsland.com
Officials: Queens Man in Custody After Assaulting, Robbing, Victim in Great Neck
LongIsland.com
Walter Fuentes-Carranza, 21, allegedly struck the victim in the face with a rock, took his cell phone, $500.00, and fled, police say. Print Email. NCPD report the arrest of Walter Fuentes-Carranza of Queens, 21, for an incident that occurred on Friday ...

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New York Daily News
New York opioid crisis crops up in cemetery where 11 addicts lie ...
New York Daily News
The shadows were just starting to grow long at the Oceanview Cemetery on Staten Island when Robert Kunz Sr. arrived to visit his son Bobby.

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New York Post
The single life in NYC is driving millennials to binge-drink
New York Post
Manhattan lawyer Robert Halpern, a longtime East Village resident, is suing the State Liquor Authority for allowing too many booze-serving restaurants in his neighborhood. He's seething over “bottomless” brunches where customers can drink as much as ...







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