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With Mother’s Day approaching (May 9) I have been reflecting on awesome women over the years that have helped me to become who I am today. more
After receiving his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, former Lawrence Woodmere Academy English teacher Brian Carufe was inspired to create a product that would make it easier to identify who has … more
Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and other state and local officials on Wednesday called on the state Department of Health to allow beaches across the state to open at 100 percent capacity this … more
He rode his bike from his Hewlett Harbor home to Green Acres Mall, in Valley Stream, and bought records at Sam Goody’s produced by rock ’n’ roll legend Phil Spector, and others that featured the classical music of Richard Wagner. more
He was the composer of the songs for the rip-roaring 1977 debut album by Meatloaf “Bat Out of Hell” that was produced by Todd Rundgren featuring the iconic song "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and was an acclaimed song composer for artists such as Air Supply, Celine Dion and Bonnie Tyler. Hewlett Harbor native James Richard “Jim” Steinman died on April 19, according to the Associated Press. He was 73.    more
For 20-year old Woodmere resident and entrepreneur Rom Raviv, he wants to be a role model to younger Five Towns residents seeking to be entrepreneurs.   The 2018 Hewlett High School … more
Hewlett High School senior tennis player Rachel Arbitman capped off her high school tennis career with a record-breaking victory at Eisenhower Park on April 17. Arbitman became the first female … more
Before Lawrence native Arthur Kopit became a successful playwright he was a young man who took pleasure in teasing his younger sister, Susan, and her friends and pestering his mother and her friends playing cards. more
In commemoration of Yom HaShoah, more than people joined a Zoom event hosted by Temple Hillel in North Woodmere, which featured filmmaker and Five Towns native Tyler Gildin discussing his documentary, “The Starfish” on April 7. more
Nearly a year after schools — like most of life — changed dramatically when the coronavirus pandemic began, shifting from in-person learning to remote instruction, the Lawrence High … more
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