GEM Magazine LI is the sparkling new lifestyle magazine for the Long Island woman. Helping real women get the real answers they need – now – Gem is a monthly publication poised to become the trusted resource for women across the Island. From Montauk to Manhattan, women are turning to Gem!
GEM Magazine LI addresses the needs, concerns and issues facing the “real” Long Island woman. Meeting the demands of a fast paced and ever changing modern society, today’s Long Island women are faced with wearing many hats and are challenged by a tough balancing act. Women are an integral part of the successful management of many organizations whether they are private homes, schools, communities, businesses or even governments. Women are often times key decision makers and managers.
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Wo-mans best friend
Wine and dogs…two of a Long Island woman’s most favorite things. Now with great weather upon us, the question is how to incorporate the love of ‘woman’s best friend’ with the love of the vine. Wonder no more! Long Island boasts some spectacular wineries, and did you know that many are pet friendly! Martha Clara Vineyards in Riverhead is a dog lover’s delight! Not only are dogs welcome anywhere on the grounds, including the tasting room, but Martha Clara also hosts a regular Vines and Canines Educational Vineyard Walk led by winemaker Juan Micieli-Martinez and his adopted pooch. But the fun doesn’t stop there! Continue exploring the wine trail with your furry friend and enjoy tastings at Bedell Cellars, Paumanok Vineyards, Pindar Vineyards, Duck Walk Vineyards and many other wonderful wine destinations on Long Island’s east end! And while you’re ‘vineyard hopping’ and enjoying a sip or two of red or white, remember to pack some water and a dish to make sure Fido can quench his thirst as well.
It’s no secret that it’s difficult to find a dog friendly beach during the time of year when you’re yearning to get out and enjoy some sun, surf and sand with your furry friend, but that’s where we can help! Dog owners are all too often confronted with the ‘NO DOGS ALLOWED’ or ‘Dogs allowed Sept 1 – April 30’ signs, but this summer you can breathe a sigh of relief. Long Island beaches that do welcome our four-legged companions do exist, and they’re much closer than you think. Smith Point County Park in Shirley allows dogs everywhere except between the flags, you’ll be sure to find an abundance of pooches frolicking in the water off the beach of Gardiner County Park in West Islip, and several beaches in the Hamptons allow dogs early in the morning and later in the evening. So don’t despair this summer! Your dog can revel in being the beach bum he’s always wanted to be! And remember, while you’re enjoying Long Island’s beaches, please be respectful to other beach-goers and clean up after your pet.
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