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A little Paris in Sayville

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 …

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 …

Age is just a number, baby. It’s the concept behind Islip Arts Council’s latest statewide virtual art exhibit, “Forever Young,” which will begin accepting …

The meticulous nature of paper art is akin to Damien Hirst’s “Fly Painting,” without being macabre and ethically questionable, retaining BLUE POINT that sense of an …

Terrance Saporito said when he and his three business partners and close friends Brian Jones, Chris Wade and Al Carrabis decided to expand their popular Long Island Strong store in Sayville, they …

Thankfully, but regrettably, the worst part of having COVID-19 for me was having to miss my beloved sister’s bridal shower in March. While we are eight years apart, my sister and I have grown ever …

Reinventing what “home” means is a common theme of Jessica Valentin, aka Ratgrrl’s, work, especially in the past two years.Suffolk County News sat down with Valentin, the …

Settle into your car and grab the popcorn: Islip Town’s free drive-in movie series will return this summer. The Islip Town Board unanimously approved the return of the series at the March 9 town …

On Saturday, March 27, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce held a Mini-Springfest in downtown Main Street. While not the grand affair of years’ past, the scaled-down event was apt for the …

After a year in hiding, the Easter bunny has emerged to safely greet kids and take photos with them for the Easter holiday. Sunday, April 4 is nearly here – so hop to it and check out these spots …

When Sayville Village Improvement Society president Barbara Fitzpatrick took the helm last June, she ran with her mission: update the SVIS sign directories on Candee Avenue and Center Street with the …

When the lights went dim on Broadway last year, local theatres followed suit.A sunken quiet ripped across the South Shore and the rest of the state as local actors, musicians and others yearned to …

Robert Levey II is a 12-year-old 7th-grade homeschooled kid pursuing his dreams with the help of his mother, Denise. He enjoys acting, singing and playing the guitar and piano. Recently, he landed …

Whoever said that babies can’t save marine wildlife has never met 21-month-old Davis Priolo. With help from his grandmother, Blue Point resident Jody Banaszak, Davis was able to raise …

Head to Westfield South Shore in Bay Shore and bring some popcorn: a drive-in movie series is coming to the mall this spring. The Movie Lot Drive-In series, organized by marketing and event …

Creators of the Great South Bay Music Festival are already planning for life after COVID, or at the very least, moving forward safely. The festival was originally planned for July 16-19, 2020 and …

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