Around the Blogs: Cartoons and the Mets

Patch highlights some of its best blogs from the last week.

Some days it seems as if everyone on Long Island has a strong opinion about something. And lots of Long Island are eager to express their thoughts and share their knowledge on matters important to them and others.

So Patch has brought together several of these experts to blog about their interests every week.

They range from ghost hunters to financial experts. All have something to say that we'd bet you'll want to know about. If you haven't had a chance to read them all, we've collected some of the best from the last week.

Privacy and Civil Liberties on the Internet

Eileen Coles, in her first blog on Patch, makes a powerful statement about the internet and civil liberties.

Stepping Up and Taking the Blame

Daily Stache tells you what's wrong with the Mets in their most recent games.

Traditions of the Hamptons: Finding a Place to Stay — A Butler's Manor

T.J. Clemente writes about traditions of the Hamptons, vowing to "However this time around I plan on putting the brightest honest light on the best this area has produced," including the bed-and-breakfast A Butler's Manor.

Coming Soon!

That's what cartoonist Pat Giles promises about his new animated/puppet show adventure that "plumbs the depths of CARTOON LAGOON in search of the best and the WORST cartoons ever made."

Just Graduated-Now What?

Cathy Rimsky is helping new college graduates think about ways to find work.


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