Manhattan is not on Long Island.
Alan Zola Kronzek lives in Sag Harbor -- a very nice guy and excellent magician who ocasionally performs in the area.
An aside -- about 20 years ago I had a weekend house in East Hampton. I had an interest in something, the BT2, put out by magician Bill Tarr, and his ads gave an East Hampton address, so I called him up and said I'd like to buy one -- could I pick it up from him? He agreed.
I met him at his house, a huge affair where he made some of the large sculptures for which he had achieved great success in the fine arts world. He sold me the item and I spoke to him about the success he'd had with his book, "Now You See It, Now You Don't". He was charming, but I lost touch with him over the years, and he's now passed on.
I later had the pleasure of editing Bill's "The Now You See It, Now You Don't Notebook" for Mr. Kaufman.
I'm over in England now, but sure wish I could order a take out lobster from Gosman's.