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The stage is set to bid adieu to another year. So get those party hats ready to ring in 2015 with some festive entertainment nearby. more
The irrepressible redhead heroine is ready to charm young theatergoers in an adaptation of the popular musical. more
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
If we wait for peace to break out, we won’t ever leave home. As we stand on the threshold of a new year . . . more
As we ring in the New Year, let’s reflect on the important issues and challenges our state and county faced in 2014. I believe 2015 will be a good year . . . more
Once upon a time, the coming of Hanukkah and Christmas meant that friends and family would send me lots of gifts, and I would reciprocate. more
The resignation of State Education Commissioner Dr. John King Jr. creates a unique opportunity. The Board of Regents, which will choose his successor . . . more
The lawsuit that ended Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg’s State Senate campaign is over. more
Groups opposed to Port Ambrose, a proposed liquefied natural gas terminal in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Jones Beach, are fuming at the U.S. Maritime Administration and Coast Guard’s decisions to release a 1,800-page environmental impact report shortly before the December holidays and schedule public meetings in early January. more
For the second time in recent years, the Merrick Jewish Centre drew hundreds of people to share in the joy of Hanukkah by lighting menorah candles together at the synagogue. more
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