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Fourth-seeded Hewlett got the early jump on No. 5 MacArthur in Monday’s Nassau Class B boys’ lacrosse quarterfinal with two goals in the opening minute and rode big efforts from Sam Rovner (five goals), Alex Vadaro (one goal, six assists), Rob Levitz (11 faceoff wins) and Ryan May (three goals) to a convincing 11-3 victory. more
After 14 years in dormancy, the Boardwalk Café will re-open for business in mid-June. more
Seaford was unable to carry its late-season momentum into the playoffs. After entering the Class A baseball postseason tournament winning eight of nine games, two close losses quickly dashed the Vikings’ championship dreams. more
Q. I was wondering about our new gas stove. We’re just finishing the design of our new kitchen renovation, and some of the kitchen designers we talked to said we needed a hood, while others said . . . more
Performances/On Stage Blackberry SmokeThe country rock band in concert, Thursday, May 17, 8 p.m. With special guests Tyler Bryant & the Shakedown. The Space, 250 Post Ave. Westbury. … more
Aztec Two-Step takes on Paul Simon's tunes in their latest concert. more
The Big Top is back on Long Island. Cirque du Soleil is settling in at Nassau Coliseum on Friday for an extensive stay with “Volta. more
After a college class a very long while ago, I sat in the late morning drinking Guinness in an old pub on Grafton Street, in Dublin, with author Alec Reid, a close friend of Samuel Beckett . . . more
Kilauea is blowing her top. These last weeks we have witnessed, from afar, a pyrotechnic extravaganza on the Big Island of Hawaii. more
In the fall of 1938, a defiant British member of Parliament named Winston Churchill rose to deliver a speech denouncing the Munich Agreement recently negotiated by Europe’s leaders to appease Adolf Hitler . . . more
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