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On Thursday, June 30, the Village of Brightwaters hosted the first Walker Beach Family Fun Night of the year. The beautiful night featured tunes from Eric Henrickson and food from Chiddy’s …

Legis. Steven J. Flotteron recognized Shane Marshal of Troop 95 on the completion of his Eagle Scout project. Marshal constructed and installed a lending library at Cassemento Park with collaboration …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week, she met with Eric Forsyth, the …

Local libraries are a great place to spend time during the summer. They’re a place to cool off, relax, and enjoy some great programming. The West Islip Library has great educational and fun …

Local libraries are a great place to  spend time during the summer. They’re  a place to cool off, relax, and enjoy  some great programming. The …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week, she decided to round up even more …

William S. Burroughs is a complicated icon. A literary trailblazer who killed his wife. A revolutionary of the beat writers who came from a wealthy family. The new book “Fever Spores: The Queer …

On Sunday, June 5, the Islip Arts Council presented the 14th annual Teeny Awards at East Islip High School. The event was back in-person after two years of virtual events due to the pandemic. The …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a lecture on a historic topic. This week, she decided to recap some of the great …

First ladies are an important group that tend to be forgotten by history. On June 2, National First Ladies Day, a new book for readers aged 9 and up will try to remedy that fact. “Ladies, …

On Saturday, May 21, the Long Island Author’s Group held their first author presentation Saturday at the Islip Arts Council Gallery at the Westfield South Shore Mall in Bay Shore. The …

Each week reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a historical lecture. This week she attended a lecture presented by the Islip Library …

With her effervescent, energetic, and enunciated persona, Annie Manildoo is a must-see performer. She is a fixture at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville, where patrons have traveled as …

If you’re looking for an exciting and hysterical theater experience, look no further than Studio Theatre of Long Island’s Bayway Arts Center, where the New York metro area premiere of …

High-school and middle-school educators from all over Suffolk County have a unique and rewarding opportunity to bring the arts—in all inventive forms—to their students to enhance and …

Since 1996, Bay Shore High School has presented the Ethnic Pen Conference for its students. The daylong event, which takes months to plan, aims to help students celebrate diversity and “prevent …

After exploring a park in Stony Brook last week, I decided to venture back to the North Shore to visit the Long Island Museum. I had visited the museum as a child, but was excited to revisit it as an …

Many people are familiar with the story of “Driving Miss Daisy” from the 1989 film starring Jessica Tandy and Morgan Freeman. Before the success of the movie, however, the story was told …

Celebrating their 35th year in providing the community with high-quality and locally minded theatrical experiences, the Noel S. Ruiz Theater hit the high bar set by their founder in their production …

There is no more sumptuous and decadent double feature than Pablo Larraín’s “Spencer” and Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci.” As only the former is available …

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