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Tucked away in the industrial section of Mineola, housed in a small 1947 railroad car diner, is an eatery like no other on Long Island. more
Performances/On Stage My Son the Waiter: A Jewish TragedyComedian-actor Brad Zimmerman’s one-man comedy show, Thursday, Aug. 30, 2 and 7 p.m.; Friday, Aug. 31, 8 p.m.; Saturday, Sept 1. 2 … more
Strummin' and Drummin' brings their funky vibe to Planting Fields State Park. more
Fire up the grill and savor summer's waning days over Labor Day weekend. more
“I didn’t grow up playing in gymnasiums, I grew up as an outdoor kid and I had to rely on spaces available, like parks,” said Jerome Williams, president of Young3, a program that promotes … more
By Bridget Downes The 3rd annual Long Beach Oyster Fest is set to take place on Sept. 15, where guests can enjoy live music, beer, and oyster sampling. The festival … more
The City Council may have tabled a second public hearing at last week’s meeting to discuss the possibility of increasing the cost of special-event permits as a response to the city’s financial … more
Dr. Lee Weitzman, a Long Beach-based physician who has been practicing cardiology and internal medicine for more than 34 years on the barrier island, has joined South Nassau Communities Hospital to … more
History is in the making as the beach landscape in Long Beach is transformed by the Army Corps of Engineers’ $230 million coastal protection project, which is intended to defend the city against … more
The Hospital for Special Surgery made a splash last week with a surfing trip for young patients. Giving new meaning to the term “patient care,” the Adaptive Sports Academy at Lerner Children’s … more
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