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Come summer, Great South Bay Music Festival is still on

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 …

With couture doll houses being a popular item amongst royals for centuries, and doll houses in general being a staple Christmas list wish for decades, is it possible to have both a luxurious and …

While Christmas at Meadow Croft is quite the premier event of the season, sadly, it had to be canceled this year for the pandemic, as the guidelines and restrictions would not have allowed for the …

Dressed up in some feminism and commentary of sobering addiction tales, “The Queen’s Gambit” is really from the stock of Hallmark Christmas movies or your standard rom-com. Yes, …

“Oh what joy, in the open air, freely to breathe again,” Sayville High School senior Paige Gaiser sang in October, belting out the lyrics to “Prisoners’ Chorus” from …

In the apex Instagram/Pinterest photo opportunity paradise, The CM Performing Arts Center in Oakdale is hosting its “North Pole Experience” through Dec. 20. Decking out the entire …

After three seasons of unbound splendor, “The Crown”’s fourth installment brings in a contemporary grit that has caught the attention of new audiences in love with the Diana saga of …

Surrounded by inquisitive but cautious cats, drag performer Annie Manildoo (“any man will do”) led a bingo night at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café on Saturday, Nov. 21. The six-round …

The Mastic Beach Mini Indie Film Festival will be virtual this year, in its second year. The program was released on their website, and tickets are on sale through FilmFreeway. The event will take …

John Nolan loved being a member of the Nassau County Police DepartmentEmerald Society Bagpipe Band. He played bagpipes, snare drum and wasthe drum major, especially during St. Patrick’s Day …

Dressed in white dinner jackets and a dress worthy of a gangster moll title,the Rat Pack Now was a throwback to the dazzling, dry martinis of the early 60s. As part of the Noel S. Ruiz …

The Facebook concerts started in March. “It was a week after we had to shelter with COVID,” said Philip Augustine, a Sayville resident. “I remember being very scared because …

If you could take the spirit of Lana Del Rey, the angst of Soundgarden, the tragically poetic turns of phrase of Fiona Apple, and the commanding stage presence of Lita Ford, you would have the …

A piece of nostalgia has come to Sayville as The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce presents “A Pop-Up Drive-In Movie Weekend.” Enjoy a fun family night out or a great date night this …

The Islip Arts Council is ready to begin their Summer Reimagined. The new virtual concert series will be presented online through recordings of live performances. The musicians and their bands …

Suzanne McKenna Link wrote “Finding Edward” over the last year, scheduling the book’s release before the wave of the current pandemic crashed over the world. The story follows …

As part of the state government’s efforts to promote physical distancing, theaters were some of the first to be shut down due to the coronavirus. Three local theaters are adapting to forced …

The gut-wrenching death of 8-year- old Thomas Valva gripped Long Island because in a place where parents take on third jobs to pay for travel soccer, the neglect of a child is antithetical to …

You have all weekend to honor your sweetie with a Valentine. And then some. The Harbormen A Cappella Chorus will send out groups of four in red jackets and bow ties to sing two songs. …

Opening the night before Thanksgiving, popular local restaurant JT’s Farmhouse in Bayport has already become a mainstay of the area. Featuring live music on weekends, the cozy but cavernous …

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