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When the world gets bleak, readers always turn to their favorite stories to bring them comfort. “My Year With The Italian Girl,” a new novel by Sayville resident Linda Leuzzi, is sure to …

evered playwright Neil Simon won the Pulitzer Prize for drama as well as a Tony in 1991 for his play, “Lost in Yonkers.” The moving play follows a Jewish family living in Yonkers in …

Vintage Chix, an upcycled gifts brand created by Shannon Mantione of Hauppauge and Sherri Vinciguerra of Bay Shore, will have a stand to sell their unique and cottage-core teacup collection at the …

Since premiering on Broadway in 2015, the musical “Something Rotten” has had a special place in my heart. The comedy-musical was nominated for 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, with star …

Long Island’s largest year-round professional theatrical venue, The Argyle Theatre (Mark and Dylan Perlman, executive producers and managing partners; Evan Pappas, artistic director), presents the …

Studio Theatre of Long Island is the home of the Long Island premiere of the musical ‘Something Rotten.’ Playing now until July 24 the show follows the Bottom brothers as they write the …

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 …

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 …

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