Funbook - Fall 2014
Funbook - Spring 2014
March 6, 2015
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Updated June 10, 2014 11:06 AM
By STACEY ALTHERR
The Mill Pond consignment shop on Audrey Ave. in Oyster Bay is filled with all sorts of finds, many culled from the large estates of the North Shore and beyond.(Credit: Daniel Brennan)
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Kids jump from a floating pier on a hot spring afternoon in Oyster Bay. (Credit: Aaron Zebrook)
Where's "Main Street" in Oyster Bay?
There are two with the proper name -- East Main and West Main, which don't connect -- as well as South Street. But much of the shopping happens on Audrey Avenue.
Oyster Bay is a place of history. Our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt, staked his claim there, and you see his influence all over town. Even the local post office is a lesson in the past.
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