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Unsung Heroes: Segregated Military Units East Islip Library - Monday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. You’ve heard of the Tuskegee Airmen, but did you know there were other segregated African American …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts hosted artist Jonathan Van Brunt at the Gillette House this past weekend for his curated exhibition, “Natural Beauty,” this coming weekend, Jan. 28 and …

There were several firsts at the recently concluded Miss Universe pageant held in New Orleans. The winner, R’Bonney Gabriel, is the first Filipino-American Miss USA to win the prestigious …

On Saturday, Jan. 21, Operation VEST hosted their second annual 22° Run and Plunge at Walker Beach in Brightwaters. The event featured a 2.2-mile run/walk and a polar plunge into the Great South …

Believe it or not, it’s that time of year again. The grand marshals have been announced for local St. Patrick’s Day parades. The Bay Shore-Brightwaters parade will take place on March …

East Islip High School’s boys and girls track and field teams headed into The Armory in New York City on Jan. 11 to compete in the Millrose Games Trials, to try and earn a trip to the famous …

Fans of “Jersey Boys,” the monster smash musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, will get their request granted in The Gateway’s production for its 2023-2024 season. …

On my way home from going to see the musical “Nunsense,” at Studio Theatre Long Island’s Bayway Arts Center, it occurred to me that I had never seen a show before where all of the …

Expanding on its status as a landmark of the South Shore’s connection to the era of robber barons and American princesses, the Bayard Cutting Arboretum, in Great River (which, as of late, has …

On Jan. 29, musicians and music lovers from across Long Island will gather in the beautiful sanctuary of St. Peter’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church to celebrate Johann Sebastian Bach and his …

StrumClub, a leading national online music school, announced their recognition of 14-year-old Islip voice student Juliana Sclafani as January 2023 National Student of the Month. Juliana, who was …

This past week, I attended the Sayville Library’s Zoom presentation of “Rumrunning in Suffolk County: Tales from Liquor Island.” The lecture was taught by Southold town historian …

Students in Ms. Pope’s FUNctional technology class at Beach Street Middle School in the West Islip School District recently created a Little Lending Library. The library will be on display in …

Bay Shore Girls Varsity Volleyball Coach Jamie Soldinger has been named the 2022 League I Coach of the Year.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” is the author’s best-known work. The timeless enemies to lovers novel has brought forth …

John Pacella grew up in Oakdale and graduated from Connetquot High School in 1974. Excelling in three seasons of varsity baseball, Pacella was splendid on the pitching mound, with a 21-4 record for …

Four Bay Shore girls varsity soccer players have been recognized with All-League honors. Congratulations to Emma Hood, Leah Mendolia, Lauren Keach and Madeline LaGiglia. Evangeline Perdomo received …

Despite the cold, the annual Brightwaters tradition of singing carols on Christmas Eve in front of Brightwaters Deli continued this year. Community members joined John Dunn and his band of merry …

For over 70 years, the Babylon Chorale has been delighting audiences and inspiring people to sing. If you’ve ever thought about joining a diverse and inclusive singing group, now is the …

King Charles III and Queen Consort Camilla owe the producers, writers, and actors of “The Crown” a huge favor after Season 5 of the hugely popular, lush program. This penultimate …

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