Patch's Local Voices feature is made up of local residents who have opinions and expertise they share with others. Every day, Long Islanders weigh in on topics ranging from attention deficit drugs to the prosecution of such figures as Roger Clemens and Martha Stewart.
If you haven't kept up,here are some of the best blogs from the last week.
Dr. Steven Walerstein cautions people to be careful with ADHD drugs.
Richard Brody, who points out he's not a fan of Roger Clemens, finds scapegoating of unpopular figures in some legal cases.
In her Silver Lining Chronicles, Jill Anne Sackler notes the return in popularity of the high-ranch home as a way of bringing different generations together under one roof.
Fran Cassano provides commonsense advice on day-to-day questions, this week explaining how to check out e-books from the public library and other download issues.
Eric Alexander outlines the leadership behind smart-growth projects and the impact he is seeing on downtowns around Long Island.
Next week, we plan a roundup of political bloggers--challengers and incumbents--who are blogging on Patch.