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A fun time at the outdoor flea market

Vendors converged to take part in an annual outdoor flea market put on by Remember Yesteryears Vintage Center. The market took place in the Lighthouse Commons parking lot and brought out nearly …

Swing Time Big Band, Long Island’s premier swing band, will be performing classic songs from stage and screen in an all-American program perfect for a summer evening at the sprawling and …

Being about the same age as Amanda Knox, I was incredibly relieved that my time spent studying abroad did not end in incarceration, with the craziest story being me raising my voice to a London bobby …

While the stunning Bayard Cutting Arboretum and its Westbrook Estate mansion in Great River is the setting for Sayille resident Elaine Kiesling Whitehouse’s latest historical novel, …

Is nepotism the gift we give to heroes? Does singular greatness outweigh the greater good? Is one life worth more because of who loves them? The fourth season of “The Handmaid’s …

The Trans Resource Center of Long Island (TRCLI), along with the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce, headed up a Pride Car Parade in Sayville on Sunday, June 27. While in previous years, a …

It was a night of glamour, giggles, and grappling (of cats) at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café on Friday, June 18, for its Pride Month drag bingo with the fabulously dressed and poetically raunchy …

Filmmaker Wally Cabrera, who directed and animated “Cucarachita Martina’s Musical Adventure,” found himself sitting in the VIP section of the Tribeca Film Festival’s screening …

Summoning the spirits through vivid costume and expansive, albeit intricate, historical presentations, the Bay Shore Historical Society and Historical Society of Islip Hamlet teamed up to present a …

The journey of transitioning is one that is deeply personal, but for Rani Faye Brandt, an art teacher in the Bayport-Blue Point school district, one that was very public. Through support from …

***SPOILERS (SORTA)*** Surprisingly, HBO did not tease its audience and hold back the final episode of the rivetingly raw “Mare of Easttown” until next week, after the holiday weekend, …

Making a living and interactive monument to fallen soldiers of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was local Oakdale resident, Dave Chan. Chan, who serves on the race committee of Northport-based …

Last week served as a sigh of relief for many of Islip Town’s roughly 329,600 residents after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released its modified mask guidelines. On May 16, …

The storefront at 52 South Main Street beckons with a welcoming, “Hello, come in Madame, Mademoiselle, Monsieur!” vibe. There are stylish chairs from the 1950s, Paris cookbooks, soaps, antique …

In keeping with its Rockwellian community vibe, the Bayport-Blue Point Chamber will once again be fundraising to beautify their strip of Montauk Highway/Main Street this spring with hanging plants.A …

The Shabby Tabby Cat Café moved to its spacious new digs on Main Street and had their official ribbon-cutting ceremony, held by the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce, on Saturday, May …

Construction staff was directing traffic in front of the new Bayport-Blue Point Library. “They’re installing a new fire suppression water line under the road,” explained Gary Block, Park East …

With a perfect spring day as the backdrop for the Greater Sayville Civic Association’s Kentucky Derby fundraiser, over 150 people came out in support of the community group’s ongoing work …

Standing in one corner was an ancient, upright black vacuum cleaner that looked like a transmogrification of Darth Vader. “I believe it was one of the first electric vacuum cleaners,” said …

With the glorious return of live theater in New York—a very welcome reprieve from the long-standing pandemic isolation—the Noel S. Ruiz Theatre in Oakdale put on the perfect …

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