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Exhibits and more... Lessons of the Holocaust to Teach ToleranceA contextualized history that explains the 1920s’ increase of intolerance, reduction of human rights, and lack of intervention … more
Music fills in the air in the City by the Sea, on Friday, with some dynamic contemporary jazz ensembles. more
Dee Snider has been known to surprise his fans, but seeing his name paired with Shakespeare’s will certainly raise some eyebrows. The Twisted Sister frontman and Baldwin native is not producing your average off-Broadway Shakespearean production. more
Raagini Restaurant is intimate and charming, a narrow space lined with small tables. more
A mix of guitars, stylish fedoras, multicolored hairstyles and practicing hopefuls, who were letting out a few notes before it really counted, waited in close quarters outside of Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, in Uniondale, on July 23, hours before it was time to show off their high notes, vibrato and guitar strums to the producers of “American Idol.” more
If the price of gas has you seeking summer pleasures closer to home, then the place to find them is in the spate of newly released CDs and digital releases of a number of the past seasons best scored musicals. more
With the weather so uncertain there’s currently not one but hundreds of options you can choose to exchange humidity and flood warnings for serendipity! Among the offerings are two plays that explore vastly different realms of creativity and both equally spellbinding in serving up lessons of perseverance. more
Whatever superlatives come to mind as you join the standing ovation for Mona Golabek as her nimble fingers triumphantly course through the final exquisite strains of Grieg’s “Piano Concerto in A Minor” at the conclusion of “The Pianist of Willesden Lane” one thing is certain: You will know you’ve basked in 90 indelible minutes of a history lesson whose searing message will echo in your soul forever. more
Dining with Keiji Inatome, the son of owners Sezaburo and Katsuko Inatome, was not only a pleasure, but enlightening. more
The popular local orchestra is making the rounds of area parks, stopping at Eisenhower Park this weekend. more
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