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Argyle Theatre’s current production of award winning “A Chorus Line” is a musical theatergoers delight, stripped down to the bare basics of why audiences go to the theater… …

On Feb. 1, the Suffolk County Courts began this year’s Black History Month celebration with a stirring art exhibit at the John P. Cohalan Jr. Court Complex. Sponsored by the Amistad Long Island …

In a blockbuster of a musical, the CM Performing Arts Center’s production of “Evita” conjures the drive of a nation, the charisma of a star, and the foreboding sense of the …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts is hosting an exhibit of member artists’ works at the Gillette House in Sayville throughout weekends in February from 1 to 4 p.m. In the first member …

“When a musician plays solo pieces of Bach, it is almost like you are seeing the inside of their musical soul,” shared music director of the Island Symphony Orchestra, Eric Stewart. …

“When a musician plays solo pieces of Bach, it is almost like you are seeing the inside of their musical soul,” shared music director of the Island Symphony Orchestra, Eric Stewart. …

Despite the fact that Bach’s music was written centuries ago, performances of his music bring the musician to life in a way that mesmerizes all who listen. Two hundred and seventy-four years …

There’s a lot to be said about a musical, namely “Fiddler on the Roof,” that lit up Broadway like a blazing comet in 1964, becoming the first longest-running Broadway show for …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts hosted an exhibition by artists Scott and Linda Hartman of the Hartman Studio 44 this past weekend. The exhibit will be on display this weekend, Saturday, Jan. 20 …

With a classic tale of youthful rebellion bringing aging restriction to an end, CM Performing Arts Center’s rendition of “Footloose,” which had its opening night on Saturday, Jan. …

On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Patchogue Arts Council debuted their new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Terry Street, “A Tapestry of Contemporary African Art.” The exhibit …

Released on December 20 to coincide with the United Nations’ International Human Solidarity Day, global musician, Gustavo Lovato’s “So Much Love” was an idea born in a Brooklyn subway train, …

Arts and culture not only make Long Island a good place to live; they also contribute to Long Island’s economy. That’s the message from a new study released by Americans for the …

I still have yet to watch the last season of “Boardwalk Empire,” and it broadcast in 2014. There is a part of me that gets attached to a show like a new group of friends I’ve …

Evocative of a behind-the-scenes documentary, Cory Schaetzle’s wildlife photography captures the hidden essence of creatures that he commonly finds engaged in their everyday tasks, carried out …

BY SAM DESMOND The Greater Sayville Civic Association held their annual Light the Night community event on Friday, Dec. 15, where they invited participants to light luminaries and place them …

On Sunday, Dec. 17, Bayport’s resident piano man, J. K. Hodge, gave a winter recital complete the yuletide aesthetic with a Fair Isle sweater and a roaring fireplace. The audience was …

The Bohemia Civic held their first annual holiday celebration at the Bohemia Historical Society on Saturday Dec. 2. The free event was funded by a grant that was provided to the civic …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts held their first pop-up art show on Saturday, Dec. 16 and Sunday Dec. 17, with member artists providing glittering and unique gift options for the holiday season. …

The New Year at the Bayport-Blue Point Library will celebrate 2024 with a bang. Make that caffeine jolt. Island Dreams Coffee Roaster owners Vin Loscalzo and his wife, Lindsey, are ready to …

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