- CBS 2 News interviewed CPA Eliot Lebenhart of Katz, Viola, Lebenhart & Mauro on the importance of paring down your debt.
- A major player in the "Brew to Moo" program in Brookhaven, BrickHouse donated used barley and wheat from their in-house brewery, which was recycled into animal feed for local farmers; Newsday wrote an article on the program.
- The television show "Delicious Destinations" on the Travel Channel stopped off at The Lobster Roll Restaurant; the East Hampton Star reported on the appearance. The Lobster Roll is also considered a boon for the sale of the Hampton's first container home according to an article on 27east.com. Dan's Papers mentioned the long-standing restaurant in a nostalgic article about the Hamptons.
- Gershow Recycling donated more than 1,200 pounds of scrap metal to local high school robotics teams participating in this year's Long Island Regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, presented by School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. Gershow also donated a new Hannukah Menorah to the Village of Patchogue; its inaugural lighting this past winter was reported in The HIA-LI Reporter.
- Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers' mushroom soup caught the attention of Sun Sentinel, which published a rave review of the creamy soup. Ben's recently hosted a Workman's Circle discussion at its Manhattan location, titled "NYC Delis: Talk and Taste the History"; this was reported by Grub Street. The Jewish Week's Food and Wine section ran anarticle on the event, detailing Ben's persistent loyalty to cooking kashrut food.