BREAKING NEWS: Nassau digs out after nor'easter drops nearly a foot of snow across the county

Couples say ‘I do’ again and again

Sunlight streamed through the large windows in the Grand Ballroom of the Coral House in Baldwin on Valentine’s Day, and the tables, walls and ceilings were festooned with bright red balloons and streamers as hundreds of couples from across Nassau County gathered to renew their wedding vows. One very prominent Baldwinite — new Nassau County Executive Laura Curran — officiated at the ceremony. “It’s a really exciting day,” Curran said. “I’m so happy to be a part of this. It’s a real honor.”


Gallery opening and drag show a hit at POP

“I mean, where even are we?” Pissy Miles, industry-celebrated comedy drag queen asked the crowd that was crammed into the Pot o’ Paint gallery on Merrick Road near Grand Avenue for an exhibition of his husband, David Ayllon’s photograpy. Miles, who is more accustomed to performing in Brooklyn drag clubs than Long Island galleries, joked, “Has anything of consequence ever happened in Baldwin?” Ayllon, who grew up in neighboring Freeport, said that when his old friend Dawn Maison, who co-owns the Pot o’ Paint – which opened last September –, asked him to show his work there, he thought, “It would be awesome to bring my work back to my roots.”

Gillen wipes officials’ names from town park signs

Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen’s administration has officially replaced every sign in the Town of Hempstead’s 107 developed parks, she announced on Jan. 18 at the Newbridge Road Dog Park in Bellmore.

High School held Senior Banquet

Dozens of Baldwin High School students came out for the Senior Banquet on Thursday, Jan. 18. This year’s theme was Casino Night, and these students came dressed to impress. Complete with dice and playing card décor, the casino night event was on these seniors won’t soon forget.


After Parkland, the youth are leading change

"Why do we have to lead the change?” That was the question Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Ryan Deitsch asked Sen. Marco Rubio at a town hall forum . . .


Hey, N.Y.C., hands off L.I.’s water

New York City wants Long Island’s water. We shouldn’t give it to the city, period. Here’s the thing: If granted state approval, the city could just take it.


    Art of narrative at the heckscher museum of art

    Thursday, March 22

    The Art of Narrative: Timeless Tales and Visual Vignettes, explores storytelling in art from the 16th through 20th centuries, highlighting the Museum’s rich and varied permanent collection. …

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