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‘Art for Paws’ is a treat

The Islip Arts Council Gallery has turned into an animal lover’s dream, with art from the first-ever “Art for Paws” exhibition filling the space. The exhibition, co-hosted by the …

On Saturday, July 13, the Island Sym phony Orchestra will perform Leopold Mozart’s “Hunting Symphony” at Bay Shore’s Under the Big Tent Festival. The twist? The piece requires …

American Pet Professionals and the Islip Arts Council are joining together to host the first ever “Art for Paws” exhibit this May 7 - 30, 2024.   Showcasing the incredibly talented …

Detectives from the Suffolk County SPCA charged a Ronkonkoma woman with animal cruelty for neglecting to maintain a sanitary environment for her 49 animals. Around noon on April 2, members of …

Kitten season, the period when hundreds of stray and feral cats give birth, begins in February and ends sometime between October and November. An unspayed kitten can go into heat at just six …

Some people were born to be doctors, lawyers, artists, or athletes, and some animals were born to be therapy animals—comforting strangers, building community, and bringing joy to all they …

The book is funny. Really. Hilariously, irreverently, off-the-top funny. In “Spike Unleashed” (Post Hill Press), a sequel to “The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog” by …

As August begins, Long Islanders continue to enjoy their favorite summer activities, like hosting backyard barbecues, lounging by the pool, boating on the Great South Bay, or curling up with a good …

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