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Get ready to mark the nation’s birthday with some lively celebrations. more
Long Beach City Council members are pursuing an $18 million project to convert the city’s 70-year-old wastewater treatment plant into a pumping station that would stop the flow of waste into … more
“We have reached this milestone by meeting each challenge and building our strengths,” Eric Ricci, the class of 2017’s valedictorian, told his fellow graduates. “We can look toward the future … more
The Army Corps of Engineers has completed four jetties ahead of schedule as it moves forward with a $230 million coastal protection project that began in Long Beach in March. Army Corps officials … more
After an extensive rehabilitation process, Hempstead Town officials reopened Lido Golf Club on June 18. The facility — which was previously owned by Double Eagle Golf — has undergone various … more
Performances/On Stage Disco BallDisco-era favorites in concert, Thursday, June 22, 8 p.m. With the Village People, Rose Royce and The Trammps. $125, $99.50, $69.50, $49.50 and $39.50. NYCB Theatre … more
Travel back to the days of our founding fathers when the Order of the Ancient and Honorable Huntington Militia camps out on the grounds of Old Bethpage Village Restoration. more
Going “buggy” even before summer is in full swing? Then buzz everyone on over to Long Island Children’s Museum on Sunday, for a multi-sensory day devoted to the largest group of animals on the planet. more
Friendly’s Auto & Body, which was founded in 1975 by the late Dave Morrison, is still in operation in its original location in Long Beach. more
‘Julius Caesar’ Shakespeare in the Park Review by Elyse Trevers I wish I could have seen The Public Theatre’s production of Julius Caesar twice, once without all the external political … more
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