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Performances/On Stage Once The acclaimed musical based on the Oscar-winning film about an Irish singer-songwriter, Thursday and Friday, Feb. 15-16, 8 p.m.; Saturday, Feb. 17, 3 and 8 p.m.; Sunday, … more
Darlene Love visits the area with a Valentine's Day-themed concert. more
Romare Bearden’s eye on African- American life in the 20th century reflected a universal humanity that is relatable to all more
The Jerusalem Avenue school building will no longer be in the hands of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District, after voters countywide overwhelmingly supported Nassau BOCES’ purchase of the building for $12 million last week. more
Ken Abbott gestured with his hands as he emphasized the importance of being an organ donor. New York state has among the country’s lowest donation consent rates, according to the American Journal of Transplantation, he said, and he finds that statistic distressing. more
With seven wins in its last eight Conference AA/A-III games, Calhoun enters the Nassau Class AA boys’ basketball playoffs on a tear and with the luxury of a home tipoff. more
An autistic 17-year-old from Franklin Square went missing Monday afternoon around 5, but was found Tuesday morning. more
Hofstra University to host Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships on March 3-4. more
The powerful vocalist brings her jazz vibe to the African American songbook. more
County residents voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to support Nassau BOCES’ purchase of the Jerusalem Avenue School building in North Bellmore, at a purchase price of $12 million. more
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