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The Great South Bay Music Festival is back for their 16th anniversary. The four-day music and arts festival presented by Voodoo Ranger, will return to the newly revamped waterfront at Shorefront Park …

The West Islip Symphony Orchestra, comprising some of the area’s finest musicians, is known for creatively themed concerts that explore the talents of underrepresented musicians and composers. …

During a Bay Shore Historical Society meeting, Deanna Watts led a powerful presentation in which she reintroduced the influential artists and performers that impacted and built the local Black …

By holding “Black Creativity: Family Stories Exhibition” at the Islip Arts Council gallery, the arts council created a space for Black creatives to be exclusively featured and celebrated. …

On Feb. 1, the Suffolk County Courts began this year’s Black History Month celebration with a stirring art exhibit at the John P. Cohalan Jr. Court Complex. Sponsored by the Amistad Long Island …

Argyle Theatre’s current production of award winning “A Chorus Line” is a musical theatergoers delight, stripped down to the bare basics of why audiences go to the theater… …

 Swing with the Rat Pack and experience a musical extravaganza that brings to life the magic of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, and Sammy Davis Jr. Enjoy the captivating performance produced by Gene …

Gateway’s musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” opened in Bellport on Friday, buoyed by a radiance that poured forth from every actor, with Bruce Winant as Tevye at the helm, spinning the …

“When a musician plays solo pieces of Bach, it is almost like you are seeing the inside of their musical soul,” shared music director of the Island Symphony Orchestra, Eric Stewart. …

At Brightwaters Art Council’s 6-12th Grade Student Art Show, student artists were able to showcase their talents for friends, family, and art connoisseurs. The free event was held at the …

In anticipation of Brightwaters Art Council’s upcoming Business of Art Panel Discussion on Jan. 30, four brilliant local artists who make up the panel took the time to interview with the Islip …

Students in Islip High School art classes recently visited Stony Brook University to explore the different ways of experiencing art at the collegiate level. Fine arts director Michael Hershkowitz and …

At South Shore University Hospital, hospital staff are able to travel the world—without ever leaving the hospital grounds. Through the South Shore University Hospital Passport Program, a …

“Think of the 135 remaining hostages who are sitting in darkness on this holiday of light. We need to be their light,” said Rabbi Shimon Stillerman. Despite the wind and the rain …

On Friday, Dec. 8, Emmanuel Church in Great River hosted its first Christmas celebration. Inside, people sat together at large round tables or stood around chatting. There was a small hot …

Despite the wind and the rain, the holiday spirit and school spirit within Islip High School never dwindled. On Friday, Dec. 1, the Islip High School PTSA hosted a Holiday Shopping Night. With …

“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” is the word of the hour at Babylon’s Argyle Theatre, whose current production of “Mary Poppins” runs through Dec. 31. It’s a …

Over the years, the Islip Town-based Great South Bay Quilters has donated to many charitable organizations. This month, they gave away another quilt that was sewn by one member to be raffled off for …

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Islip held its annual Christmas Bazaar this past Saturday. People explored all the various offerings on the main level, the basement, and the upstairs of the …

Two days before Thanksgiving, singer Jane Monheit was back on Long Island for a visit with family before jetting off to India to perform at a jazz festival. After Mumbai, her upcoming tour …

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