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‘Wizard of Oz’ for the winter

Closing out its season for 2022 is the CM Performing Arts Center’s “The Wizard of Oz.” With veteran actresses Livi Rose and Sarah Minto sharing the role of Dorothy, you can bring …

Looking for inexpensive bling for that great dress? What about a nice present for mom you can afford? Friends of Sayville Library will be hosting 300 jewelry items for sale from $1 to $50 in …

St. John’s is having a holiday boutique on Saturday, Dec. 3. The event promises crafts, gifts, and more with food and frappes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the lawn of the church at 77 Montauk …

The second annual Fan Fest (a Comic Con-style event) held by the Sayville Public Library on Saturday, Nov. 5, lived up to its expectations after garnering over 1,500 attendees in 2021. Alex …

Linda Leuzzi was a main speaker at Rotary’s District 7255 Conference, encompassing Rotary Clubs in Long Island, Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk this past weekend. One hundred Rotarians …

The Sayville Public Library will be hosting its second annual Fan Fest on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with mini-conventions, games, and presentations both in the building and on the …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts is hosting an exhibit of premier photographer Rick Wenner’s work at the BAFFA Art Gallery, at the Gillette House in Sayville. The exhibit started this past …

Legend has it that two knights, uncertain of one another’s intentions, crossed paths in the woods.  Is he friend or foe? each thought.  To make eye contact, these gallant knights …

Burt Weissbourd has been a storyteller for quite some time. In the 1970s, the 73-year-old Islip resident was a movie producer who produced films including “Ghost Story,” “Fred …

One of the most fulfilling, albeit most difficult, genres of theater to satisfy an audience is a production meant for a younger crowd accompanied by adult sensibilities. “Matilda,” now …

On Oct. 9, the BAFFA Art Gallery held a reception for Patchogue resident Carole J. Amodeo’s newest collection of photographs, “Splendor in the Glass.” The collection takes …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week she decided to round up the best …

By LINDA LEUZZI The 29 novels and six nonfiction books Russ Moran wrote sit on stands and shelves in his home library. It’s a comforting place graced with family photos, where he tapped out …

An official dedication and blessing ceremony for the memorial rock on the premises of Saint John’s Episcopal Historical Church was held on Saturday, Oct. 8.  The stone “stands in …

On Wednesday, September 21, state Sen. Alexis Weik (R-3rd District) presented the Oakdale Historical Society president, Maryann Almes, with a New York State Senate Empire Award for their …

When I first read that there would be a scene in Andrew Dominik’s “Blonde” that was from the perspective of a woman’s intimate lower half, I immediately thought of the …

Being a public persona grants you a wide audience, a gift artists and influencers can spend a lifetime chasing, but it also burdens you with unabashed opinion, a burden that can rattle even the most …

Academy Street sixth-grader Jace Black started painting shells during his summer stays at Davis Park. In the summer of 2021, the 10-year-old started selling the shells at Davis Park to give back to a …

Sayville Garden Club awarded three homeowner gardens and one business that beautified the community in 2022. Jim and Eileen O’Connor’s winning gardens on Astor Drive in Sayville are …

On Saturday, Sept. 24, William’s Warriors hosted its sixth annual Chalk the Walk community event at the Blue Point Preserve. With over 70 raffle baskets and a long list of sponsors, it was the …

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