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Dr. Daniel Charnoff has practiced internal medicine in Brooklyn for more than 30 years. As a resident of the Five Towns, he noted a shortage of experienced primary care physicians on Long Island. more
Q. We were intrigued by the old house we bought, especially when we decided to renovate to add two bedrooms now that we’re expecting. The contractor we met with told us it would be a shame to change the house very much . . . more
When my daughters were very young, we used to ask them an age-old question: Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? Each one would respond, “Not me.” more
"It’s for the birds.” That was how The New York Times summed up the new movie version of Donna Tartt’s novel “The Goldfinch.” I’m heartbroken. more
Something fascinating is happening in Hong Kong. The young students there who have been demonstrating for greater democracy and freedom have taken up waving American flags and singing our national anthem as they confront police. more
Nearly seven years after Superstorm Sandy struck on a late-October night, Long Island communities are still rebuilding. Homes are up in the air . . . more
When Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead opened as the Mary Louis Academy Annex in 1949, the school had 58 students. Seventy years later, the all-girls school has a student body of more than 850. While … more
Breakout star comedian Tom Cotter, of “America’s Got Talent” fame visits the Madison Theatre. more
Performances/On Stage Sunset BoulevardAndrew Lloyd Webber’s musical adaptation of the award-winning 1950 film about a faded star of the silent screen era, Thursday and Friday, Sept. 19-20, … more
If you’re lucky enough to see Laura Benanti in any of her upcoming concerts, she kindly requests that you leave your perceptions about cabaret at the door. more
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