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“The Village Voice” is Long Island News. Islanders News: Island News Professional” is the title of its sister publication, now called ” Isles News.” This classic example shows the happy colorful covers that graced Fire Island News’ pages from the late 1940s. The first edition of Fire Island News (FIN), delivered to your door at a cost of 15 cents for each copy, was greeted by greeting readers with a welcome package. The first glimpse of the vibrant characters featured in this daily dose of Islands news was delivered to readers in the form of a welcome packet.

For certain people this friendly, yet playful image was not enough. For them, Island News represented a certain class. In a way it was. People who lived in older homes or frequented Fire Island were considered more conservative and had a set of values that seemed to be geared more towards the preservation of the value of their property. They were, of course, the most stereotypical of the readers of this newspaper. Know more about Island News Kauai here.

Life on Long Island was something of an uphill grind. It was an endless grind. This included, of all things, putting together the puzzles, the daily and weekly puzzles. (That’s another story.) Keep coming for updates.

Frank Shamrock was a notable resident of this tiny piece of heaven. He worked as an insurance salesman for the huge insurance company, AIG. Frank was so committed to his job, he took a sabbatical from work following retirement to pursue his passion. He bought a modest, one-bedroom house situated on a small parcel of land on the East Bay of Long Island. It was a serene oasis far from the bustle of the city. It was the perfect place for the couple.

Shamrock was a fan of the tranquil setting. The gray concrete of his lot created a sense stillness – even if there were busy cars whizzing through, he felt at peace knowing that he was in a quiet area. There was nothing to hear or around the property, no barking dogs or children playing. There were no barking dogs being yelled at. He felt serene. It was like stepping into a vast blue ocean.

Frank was walking home from the mall when he saw a horrible sight of a bullet hole in his head. He collapsed to the ground unconscious. He was unconscious when he regained his consciousness and was now in a hospital bed, breathing hard. He wondered how his life could be suddenly turned upside down. He was not willing to think that this could be happening to him, but he needed to ask himself how exactly how could this occur?

Frank was treated and survived, but he left an enormous question mark on his calendar: What next? Should he return to South Beach, or move to another part of New York City? Frank was an artist who was self-employed who wanted to build a home for his family and himself. How could he not consider moving again? Perhaps even a trip to other islands in the world where he could find meaningful employment?

Fortunately, he was surrounded by the right people. Two very generous and compassionate people including his best friend, his sister-in-law, as well as his landlord, were able to help in the times of need for Frank. They made him feel better about himself, even despite the setback. They gave him the motivation that he needed to continue his journey regardless of his physical limitations. Island News did an outstanding job in capturing his healing.