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We complain about politicians, government corruption and collusion and applaud when the offenders are caught and penalized. The Red Bull Theater’s production of The … more
Last Saturday night, NYCB Live at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum welcomed the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) for the first time in history. The long-anticipated event drew a crowd of 11,198, compiled a gate of more than $1 million, and saw five Long Island-born fighters compete on a card headlined by former middleweight champ Chris Weidman of Baldwin. more
Of its many positive traits, the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball’s split-season concept gives six of the eight teams a reboot every year and an opportunity to qualify for the playoffs regardless of the first 70 games. more
Review by Elyse Trevers The dynamics of a family change dramatically when the caregiver suddenly needs care. That is what happens in Scott McPherson’s Marvin’s Room, the 1990 play that has … more
The docks outside Sonny’s Canal House in Baldwin were filled with flat boats and personal watercrafts early on the Morning of July 2, as volunteers headed out to clean the Baldwin and Freeport canals near the Milburn Creek Boat Launch. Volunteers with the Freeport-based Operation SPLASH (Stop Polluting, Littering And Save Harbors), the Strong Island Jet Ski Club, and Sonny’s Canal House met with rakes, plastic bags and gloves to clean garbage out of the canal. more
After spending most of their Baldwin High School careers with their heads in their books, while maintaining a heavy involvement in music programs, both the Valedictorian and the Class President of Baldwin High School made history as the first Baldwin students in their class rankings to graduate with the plan of pursuing music in college. more
After more than a year of research, deliberation and community input, the Baldwin Downtown and Commercial Corridor Resiliency Study is complete. The study, which was finished earlier this month, was the culmination of a yearlong process examining ways to encourage new business and residents while maximizing the efficiency of travel corridors (such as Grand Avenue and Merrick Road) and improving the business district’s infrastructure to protect it against future storms like Hurricane Sandy. After more than a year of research, deliberation and community input, the Baldwin Downtown and Commercial Corridor Resiliency Study is complete. The study, which was finished earlier this month, was the culmination of a yearlong process examining ways to encourage new business and residents while maximizing the efficiency of travel corridors (such as Grand Avenue and Merrick Road) and improving the business district’s infrastructure to protect it against future storms like Hurricane Sandy. more
Q. We’re finally ready to add to our house, but dread doing it because of all the “wait time.” Our neighbors started planning two years ago, and haven’t got plans yet. The house down the street . . . more
When I met Nelson Melgar, the only thing we thought united us was a shared concern for our community. We met by chance at an event at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County . . . more
Rinat Akhmetshin. Remember the name. He may be an answer to an esoteric political trivia question in a few years. more
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