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Is there really such a thing as deja vu? What if you had to relive one day over and over again forever? That’s the plight of Phil Connors, a sarcastic urban … more
With Mother’s Day just around the corner, Army Sgt. Shanasia Lowe, who has been stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany, made the most out of a four-hour stay in New York to surprise her children. … more
Just as the Paleo diet avoids unnatural items like processed foods, Paleo fitness focuses on the basics of exercise, from gentle wellness (found in yoga) to vigorous workouts . . . more
Halston StyleA comprehensive retrospective of the works of the American fashion designer Halston. The exhibition includes many never-before-seen objects from the designer’s personal archives … more
The dynamic actor steps away from his star turn off-Broadway to appear on the concert stage more
Short films are having their moment. Some of the best will be screened on Friday, April 28, in Rockville Centre, when the latest edition of Asbury Shorts’ “Short Film Concert” makes its way to Long Island. more
Jessica Piazza was a junior at Long Beach High School in 2013 when she learned about a Habitat for Humanity project in Bogotá, Colombia — the city where her mother is from. Later that year, she … more
A former nurse at East Elementary School has joined this year’s school board race, and will face two incumbents. Long Beach residents will vote on May 16 on the proposed $135 million budget for … more
Piecraft Pizza Bar in Island Park hosted a fundraiser on Saturday for Surf for All, a nonprofit organization co-founded by Cliff Skudin of Skudin Surf, that organizes surf outings and events for … more
Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Paula Vogel has finally made it to Broadway. After a sold-out, acclaimed run at The Vineyard, her play Indecent has opened at The Cort … more
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