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‘Forever Young’: a virtual exhibition aims to dispel age bias

Age is just a number, baby. It’s the concept behind Islip Arts Council’s latest statewide virtual art exhibit, “Forever Young,” which will ISLIP begin accepting …

The Great South Bay Brewery in Bay Shore has crafted a new limited beer with a twist – and it’s not just in the flavor. The business’ latest brew, a raspberry New England …

Standing beside a paint-splattered minibus, a long line of children patiently wait to use a spin art machine. Kids take turns dropping paint onto a spinning canvas, watching the machine rotate …

Cassandra DeJesus is a first-time author and stay-at-home mother of two. Raised in Bay Shore, DeJesus drew inspiration for her debut novel, “The Away,” from her dreams, as well as from …

Settle into your car and grab the popcorn: Islip Town’s free drive-in movie series will return this summer. The Islip Town Board unanimously approved the return of the series at the March 9 town …

After a year in hiding, the Easter bunny has emerged to safely greet kids and take photos with them for the Easter holiday. Sunday, April 4 is nearly here – so hop to it and check out these spots …

When the lights went dim on Broadway last year, local theatres followed suit.A sunken quiet ripped across the South Shore and the rest of the state as local actors, musicians and others yearned to …

Robert Levey II is a 12-year-old 7th-grade homeschooled kid pursuing his dreams with the help of his mother, Denise. He enjoys acting, singing and playing the guitar and piano. Recently, he landed …

Head to Westfield South Shore in Bay Shore and bring some popcorn: a drive-in movie series is coming to the mall this spring. The Movie Lot Drive-In series, organized by marketing and event …

The latest exhibit at the Long Island Photo Gallery invites viewers to live “Among the Trees.” The gallery, located on Main Street in Islip, hosted a reception Thursday, Jan. 28 at …

If you can’t take the heat – move the kitchen to a suburban street in Bay Shore! Three Bay Shore families went head- to-head in the latest episode of Food Network’s …

Tiana Christoforidis and theatre arts go hand in hand, like tickets and the box office. At the mere age of 3, Christoforidis joined the Theatre Guild of the YM-YWHA in the Bronx. It was the …

Bay Shore residents driving down Main Street in December may have taken note of the towering toy soldiers that have stood in front of Drew Patrick Spa each holiday season. But few know the …

A new storefront hitting downtown Bay Shore is in the business of supporting women first. Fashion boutique Origin of Era, owned by Renee Goldfarb, opened its doors at 90 West Main Street in Bay …

After three seasons of unbound splendor, “The Crown”’s fourth installment brings in a contemporary grit that has caught the attention of new audiences in love with the Diana saga of …

Five gifted string players will vie for a $5,000 prize at the second annual Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach Competition Tuesday, Dec. 1. Each finalist will perform a work composed by J.S. …

Local artist Kevin McEvoy first met the subject of his realistic oil painting inside Cyrus: Chai & Coffee Company in Bay Shore. An Islip resident, McEvoy occasionally grabbed a coffee at the …

The vacant BayWay Arts Center in East Islip will see major interior andexterior changes when a new tenant moves in this winter. Lindenhurst-based Studio Theatre of Long Island announced Sept. 21 …

The Islip Arts Council is ready to begin their Summer Reimagined. The new virtual concert series will be presented online through recordings of live performances. The musicians and their bands …

Suzanne McKenna Link wrote “Finding Edward” over the last year, scheduling the book’s release before the wave of the current pandemic crashed over the world. The story follows …

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