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Everlasting Long Islander and baseball mastermind Tom Caputo grew up in Valley Stream, graduating from Valley Stream Central High School in 1994. Caputo then took his talents to collegiate baseball, …

Taking a stab at the sartorial, Sadie MacGinley of Bayport and Brielle Coppola of Three Villages started an impromptu fashion business on April 30 when they found an old tie-dye set from a yard …

Although he was not drafted in the N.F.L. draft this past weekend, Sayville alum Jack Coan has signed an undrafted free agent deal with the Indianapolis Colts. Coan spent four years playing in …

On Saturday and Sunday, April 23 and 24, the Suffolk County Police Department held the fifth annual prom impact event to help local high school juniors and seniors at the Suffolk County Police …

This Saturday, May 7, the 10th annual Courtney Lynn Blakeslee Foundation 5K race will be held in Blue Point. Held since 2012 when the foundation was formed for a remarkable young mother who died …

Sayville-based artist Susan Brown gifted her brother, Marshall, head of the Long Island Conservancy group, 140 paintings for Christmas last year. A burgeoning and prolific talent, Brown feels …

High-school and middle-school educators from all over Suffolk County have a unique and rewarding opportunity to bring the arts—in all inventive forms—to their students to enhance and …

BY SAM DESMOND A concert over two years in waiting, the Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts chorus, under the magnificent tutelage and direction of choral master Martha Campanile, performed in person in …

A book titled “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” by nonbinary author Maia Kobabe, has come under fire in the Connetquot School District with parents asking administration to take the book out of …

A strong westerly wind whipped up the bay last Thursday. But the newly renovated Blue Point Dock was ready to receive the surging. “The project started last fall,” explained councilman …

Complete with light hors d’oeuvres and adult beverages, Paper Doll Vintage Boutique hosted its first full art exhibit since the pandemic with a full spring into the season. For the month of …

For many couples, a fur baby is usually the first born of the family and a welcome older sibling to the arrival of their human child. Sometimes, the transition to a new sibling, especially when …

Take a break from the cold and travel to sunny Greece for a couple of hours of infectious music, riotous laughs, dance numbers that will move you to jump out of your seat and boogie to the beat …

Drawing inspiration from the John Legend version of “Jesus Christ Superstar,” the CM Performing Arts Center put on a genuflection and celebration of one of the world’s oldest …

Sayville High School’s auditorium once again filled with laughter and cheers as students brought the 2022 spring musical comedy, “The Wedding Singer,” to the stage this past …

The Town of Brookhaven recently purchased a the 2-acre plot of land on the former laundry business site on Park Street from the county for the nominal fee of $1 as planned. Construction is expected …

Marion Hollins was a woman ahead of her time. The American amateur golfer, who was born in East Islip, helped shape the golf world in the 20th century and was finally honored into the World Golf Hall …

The Noel S. Ruiz Theater has adopted a new logo and the more contemporary design is indicative of both a celebration of the past and history as well as enthusiasm about future …

On Sunday, March 20, the Island Symphony Orchestra and St. Peter’s by-the-Sea Episcopal Church will present the Bach Festival featuring the winners of the Lillian and Maurice Barbash J.S. Bach …

Breaking the fourth wall brought razor-sharp wit and probing commentary to “The Drowsy Chaperone,” performed at the Noel S. Ruiz theater in Oakdale for opening night on Saturday, Feb. …

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