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Step back in time at the Vanderbilt Mansion, which offers visitors a glimpse into the gilded past of its former occupant. more
Despite the rainy conditions, about 200 people turned out for the 15th annual CURB Bike Ride on Aug. 11. The family-friendly 10-mile ride — not race — around town hits many popular spots … more
When Fanyelle Mael, LMHC, CASAC, opened Woodmere Mental Health Counseling last year, she had a particular niche in mind. more
Long Beach School District officials sent a letter to the State Education Department last month, voicing their frustration with the lack of a decision by the agency on a public disciplinary hearing … more
Performances/On Stage Banjo Bob and Crazy HenryThe comic-music duo in concert, Thursday, Aug. 9, 7 p.m. With singalongs, trivia contest and more. Hewlett-Woodmere Public Library Courtyard. 1125 … more
Bedlam Swing brings their cool vibe to Planting Fields. more
Heckscher Museum of Art has opened its exhibit space to Long Island’s top artists as the latest Long Island Biennial exhibition gets underway. more
“To understand how this community communicates . . . was eye-opening, yet unusual,” said Rockville Centre resident Kenneth Frank, who co-produced a film in which all of the dialogue is American … more
By Bridget Downes bdownes@liherald.com The 7th annual Long Beach International Film Festival returned to Long Beach Aug. 1 to 4, featuring film premieres, fundraisers and culinary events that … more
The second phase of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ coastal protection project hit a delay last week as a result of rough weather and a broken dredge, Project Manager Dan Falt said on Tuesday. … more
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