Winterfest: Nelson Riveros performs at Macari Vineyards

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03/13/2011 10:16 AM |

Jazz guitarist Nelson Riveros performed along with his band at Macari Vineyards & Winery in Mattituck. The event was part of the 2011 Jazz on the Vine Winterfest program, which concludes next Sunday March 20.

Times/Review reporter Jennifer Gustavson compiled a slideshow from Saturday’s performance.

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JENNIFER GUSTAVSON PHOTO | Jazz guitarist Nelson RIveros performed at Macari in Mattituck Saturday.



6 Comment

  • While the guitars play out Joe Macari Jr. gets arrested for allegedly punching and slapping an employee. Nice…

  • Joseph Macari Jr., 55, who runs the family-owned Macari Vineyards on the North Fork, was arrested Saturday morning and accused of punching and slapping an employee, according to Southold Town Police.

    Police said Mr. Macari hit 31-year-old Rosando Herrera of Riverhead several times just before 11:30 a.m. while Mr. Herrera was working in the Macari’s Cutchogue vineyard.

    Mr. Herrera made a civilian arrest at the scene, according to reports. Mr. Macari was later charged with second-degree harassment and released on bail.

  • A bad day for Macari…..

  • Why was it a bad day, It was a great day!

  • The man lives in Medford. Why does the headline read Gordon Heights?

  • We’ve changed the headline. We believed it to be Gordon Heights. We actually did check the map. He lives one block from the corner of Mill Road and Granny Road. Wouldn’t that be Gordon Heights? Or does he live one block from Gordon Heights? Here’s to hoping we finally do get that post office in Gordon Heights. Sorry for the confusion. We’re truly not interested in whether or not the person’s a minority. We just try to add clarity to where exactly someone lives or where something happened. Saying Medford, a fairly large hamlet, could imply someone lived near Patchogue and outside our coverage area. This was clearly in the northern portion of Medford. In this regard, it’s similar to where I grew up in Lake Panamoka. We’ll often say Lake Panamoka in our stories even though it’s the Ridge zip code, because it gives the reader a better understanding of where in Ridge. Both places have their own civics and are separate communities, but the lack of zip code creates some confusion for us sometimes. Still, being that we seem to have been off by one block, we agree the headline needed to be changed. — Grant