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Hundreds gathered at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park last Saturday to see Rock ‘n’ roll legends Joan Jett and Blackhearts, as part of Nassau County’s free summer concert series. more
It was 5:50 a.m. on a recent Friday when my alarm rang. Typically I dread waking before 9, but on this day I was to engage in an activity that I never tried before — paddle boarding at Jones Beach more
Next month, after a five-month hiatus from airplane noise, Runway 4L-22R at John F. Kennedy International Airport will reopen after undergoing an expansion to accommodate more and bigger planes — and, highly likely, bring more airplane noise to the area. more
Want to learn more about American history? Go to the Seaford Library, where Director Frank McKenna, an avid student of history, leads an American history and biography book discussion group. more
It’s time to get those backpacks filled with supplies and those new sneakers laced up. The school year starts next week in local districts, a rare year in which the first day of classes comes before Labor Day. more
“Ready to tack?” I asked the fledgling sailors on my boat, unsure whether I was even ready. This was my first time sailing, and I had to tack the boat, which is a basic maneuver to turn the bow, or the boat’s front, into the wind. more
Dr. Robert Dillon, the East Meadow School District’s superintendent from 1999 to 2007, has been tabbed to become the superintendent of Nassau BOCES. more
The new school year begins in two weeks in Seaford, and Nico Fiorello is planning to walk into the high school, on his own, for the start of his senior year. more
As some of their peers sit on their couches, many young men and women are out and about this summer. Getting a summer job is not an easy task, but the benefits are plentiful, such as getting some extra cash, enhancing a resume and gaining working experience. more
For as long as Henry Stampfel and his wife, Anne, have owned the Malverne Cinema and Art Center — 25 years — neighboring movie theaters in Rockville Centre and Lynbrook have always had “clearance rights,” which gave them first choice of the movies they could screen exclusively within three miles of their location. more
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