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Open only since February, Molto Bene promises to be a popular choice on Long Island’s South Shore. We visited on a Monday night, and . . . more
Barely Know Her Revolution Music Hall in Amityville will be jumping on Sunday, May 1, when the popular local band Barely Know Her lets loose at 7:30 p.m. They will be one of many groups performing in a multi-act concert, Radiate Long Island, which begins at 4 p.m. more
The spirit of Cuba arrives at the Landmark stage, guided by bandleader Juan de Marcos. more
Stars of the successful reality TLC show The Little Couple, Bill Klein and Jen Arnold, drew a crowd of more than 500 people to Madison Theatre at Molloy … more
The Lynbrook High School cafeteria was packed to near capacity on April 19 for a Board of Education meeting, with residents and students having come to discuss last month’s defeated $45 million bond referendum, and what the rejection means for the effort to improve the high school’s outdated facilities. more
The East Rockaway School District adopted a $38 million budget proposal for the 2016-17 school year on April 19, which preserves all programs and staff and adds increased math support services, a guidance teaching assistant and a wrestling program. more
Eight candidates are running for four open seats across both East Rockaway and Lynbrook school districts. Their annual budget vote and Board of Education elections will be held on Tuesday, May 17. more
When he attended Lynbrook North Middle School about 15 years ago, Ryan Perlowin started selling candy with one of his friends in between classes to his fellow students. “It was literally me buying candy bars and selling them to my friends for more than I bought them for,” he said with a laugh. more
Some people avoid “heavy” theater. They prefer lighter fare - laughs and music. However, if they skip two of the newer plays this season, they will miss two superb performances. The … more
Take them early and often. That’s how to get kids to love theater. It’s even better when the shows are based on familiar children’s stories. In NYC, at the intimate 47th Street … more
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