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Swinging into summer

Swing Time Big Band, Long Island’s premier swing band, will be performing classic songs from stage and screen in an all-American program perfect for a summer evening at the sprawling and …

Being about the same age as Amanda Knox, I was incredibly relieved that my time spent studying abroad did not end in incarceration, with the craziest story being me raising my voice to a London bobby …

Live theatre is back on Long Island! On Friday, June 9, the Studio Theatre of Long Island at BayWay Arts Center in East Islip held their grand opening gala and premiered their first show of the …

It was a stellar night for the arts at the Long Island regional theatre premiere of “Catch Me If You Can,” at the BayWay Arts Center in East Islip. The show, which was on Broadway in …

With the advent of social media, marketing has reached a fever pitch it its ability to connect consumers with companies, but what is often the struggle is how to effectively translate a business …

While the stunning Bayard Cutting Arboretum and its Westbrook Estate mansion in Great River is the setting for Sayille resident Elaine Kiesling Whitehouse’s latest historical novel, …

To say this past year has been difficult for regional theatres would be an understatement. They have dealt with closings, uncertainties about reopening, and restrictions on audience …

Even though Gerry Finan lives in Florida, he still considers Bay Shore his home. Finan, who grew up in Bay Shore, didn’t have to do much research on the town when it came to writing his …

Filmmaker Wally Cabrera, who directed and animated “Cucarachita Martina’s Musical Adventure,” found himself sitting in the VIP section of the Tribeca Film Festival’s screening …

Islip Arts Council presents Swingtime Big Band at Long Island Maritime Museum, July 17 (rain date July 18). Join Long Island’s premier swing band when they present their All-American program, …

Summoning the spirits through vivid costume and expansive, albeit intricate, historical presentations, the Bay Shore Historical Society and Historical Society of Islip Hamlet teamed up to present a …

***SPOILERS (SORTA)*** Surprisingly, HBO did not tease its audience and hold back the final episode of the rivetingly raw “Mare of Easttown” until next week, after the holiday weekend, …

When the going gets tough in the East Islip School District, FTK is there to help. Nonprofit organization For the Kids Foundation, or FTK, was founded by district parents 24 years ago after the …

Last week served as a sigh of relief for many of Islip Town’s roughly 329,600 residents after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its modified mask guidelines. On May 16, …

Two summers ago, Bay Shore Restaurant Committee chairman Mike McElwee took a trip to the Music City, U.S.A. – also known as Nashville, Tenn. McElwee said he was impressed by …

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

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