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Halloween is two weeks away, but the current theater season is already a feast of “treats!” If next spring’s awards were bestowed tonight there would already be a full slate of worthy best plays, performers, directors and magical production features. more
There will be time to visit the new “best of Broadway,” but vibrant, stunning downtown theater often has limited runs that offer some of the most rewarding, challenging experiences a theater buff could desire. more
They gathered on a blustery October morning to participate in a 5K course meant for the general public: there were moms with baby strollers, ROTC students, grammar school students, middle-age adults, senior citizens, and, what looked like professional marathon runners. more
Exhibits and more... Exploring the Centuries: 3rd-20th Century Asian ArtWorks are of historic, spiritual and artistic importance and highlight centuries-old artistic traditions, drawn from Hofstra … more
A judge last week adjourned deadlines for the defense to file legal papers in the case of Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP v. David W. Denenberg. The parties said that the judge approved the delay while they negotiate a settlement. more
The New York State School Music Association has selected five Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District students to perform with its All-State ensembles when the organization gathers for its … more
Life-long Oceanside resident and Oceanside Fire Department member Steven Klein was recently elected as 2nd Vice President of the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) at the … more
Mepham High School English teacher Nicole Maresca was recently recognized as a 2014 New York State English Council Educator of Excellence for her efforts in the classroom, and she will be honored at … more
Dozens of students joined together at Oceanside High School on Oct. 18 to paint fall-themed windows during the annual event sponsored by the Department of Community Activities and the Oceanside … more
Bellmore commuters and residents may have seen them at the Long Island Rail Road station last year: 11 girls, all around age 8, selling Girl Scout cookies. The money, however, would not go to their … more
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