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Exhibits and more... China Then and NowThis exhibition brings together exemplary Chinese works of art from the classical, early modern and contemporary periods. It explores three millennia of one … more
Yes, it is frustrating to sit in a classroom from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. every day. Yes, it is tiring to wake up early just to catch the bus. Yes, it is tedious to complete the homework assigned for each class, but, as Thanksgiving is celebrated, I believe that it is important to give thanks for the education that I am able to receive. more
There isn’t much that separates a senior in high school from a freshman in college. With only two months of summer sandwiched in between, it is not likely that you will experience a butterfly-like transformation, in which you effortlessly become a mature and self-sufficient adult just in time for the first day of college. more
Museum Row in Garden City is among the spots filled with holiday spirit this weekend when the Festival of Trees takes root for its three-day extravaganza, Friday through Sunday. more
Relaxing. Feasting. Family. These words are synonymous with Thanksgiving, a day that reminds us to count our blessings and realize how important it is to help those less fortunate. more
Five Towns Community Chest raised approximately $50,000 through its Neighbors in Need fundraiser that was attended by more than 150 people at the Woodmere Club on Nov. 20. more
The musical “Fiddler on the Roof” based on stories by Sholem Aleichem was performed by Hewlett High School students Nov. 19-22. more
From candy to toys, the Number Five School faculty and students are doing their part to help ensure that families in need have a happy Thanksgiving and a merry holiday season, and U.S. soldiers abroad fill their sweet tooth. more
To combat the wasting of water and help conserve natural resources, lifelong Lawrence resident Gary Caparelli, who first learned of aquaponics more than 15 years ago, has built such a system on his property. more
The JCC of the Greater Five Towns hosted four sessions of a thanksgiving dinner for its Russian Division’s senior citizens at North Woodmere Park’s Recreational Building on Tuesday and Wednesday. more
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