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The second-oldest church in Suffolk County, dating back to colonial times, St. John’s in Oakdale has inspired art and ardor for over 250 years of its history. On Wednesday, July 20, it provided …

On Thursday, July 21, The Bayport-Blue Point Heritage Association hosted the second of its summer series of concerts at Memorial Park in Bayport. With no available spots for parking in the …

Art, cats and drag converged at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café this weekend, with a Paint Night on Saturday, July 16, that was sold out. Drag goddesses Toni Homeperm and Jasmine G. String headed …

Traveling to the North Shore of Nassau County to Oyster Bay’s Theodore’s Book Shop, established local author Theresa Dodaro hosted a book signing on Saturday, July 10. Promoting her …

Jack Whitehouse’s latest book, “From Vietnam to the Arctic Circle: Memoir of a Naval Officer in the Cold War,” speaks to the reader about the life-and-death issues of the Cold War …

For spectacular sights and perfumed sea air, a local cruise off Montauk will introduce you to a Long Island sightseeing staple from a wholly sea perspective. The Easy Breeze cruise company, …

The CM Noel S. Ruiz Theatre hosted an outdoor festival this Sunday, July 17, as part of their ongoing celebrations for the 35th anniversary of the venue. The day was filled with musical …

In this Seurat-like scene, the Bergen/Valente families enjoy the inaugural Kay Cameron Jewelers movie night of the summer at the Common Ground in downtown Sayville. Sponsored by Tricia and Kevin Tom, …

This Sunday, July 17, from noon to 6 p.m., The CM Noel S. Ruiz Theatre, will be hosting their first street festival in the parking lot directly in front of the venue. “The summer after the …

The Common Ground has a full list of events for families this summer. Here are some of the fun activities coming up. Family Fridays Friday, July 15: Darlene Graham Song and Dance Darlene …

Reclaiming and revitalizing Kay Porter Bicycle Park on Railroad Avenue in time for the namesake’s 100 birthday this year, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce pulled in the community to …

On Monday, July 4, the Oakdale Firecracker 5K was held at the historical site of the Bourne Mansion and hosted over 550 runners on a bright holiday. There were over 320 registered participants by …

With the beach being a generous and common muse to photographers, it is rarely captured under its veil of solemnity at night, where the cool, mystic undertones of the moon replace the Technicolor …

Esteemed local artist Robert Stenzel won the Patchogue Arts Council’s contest for a new logo for the popular Paint the Great South Bay event. Selected from seven entries, Stenzel’s …

Author Alix E. Harrow is one of the best voices in literature at the moment. All of her books elegantly combine fantasy, feminism, and the power of stories. Her newest novella, “A Mirror …

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 …

A glamorous weekend with Bayport-Blue Point, Sayville, and Connetquot high schools all hosting proms, the Class of 2022 got together for their last party of the school year (or first party of summer, …

Long Island’s largest and longest-running four-day music festival is finally back. Presented by the Blue Point Brewing Co., Great South Bay Music Festival will be celebrating its 14th …

On Saturday, June 25 from 1 to 6 p.m., the Patchogue Arts Council will be hosting their annual Pride event. This year’s theme is “Rainbow Connection” and was cultivated by …

William S. Burroughs is a complicated icon. A literary trailblazer who killed his wife. A revolutionary of the beat writers who came from a wealthy family. The new book “Fever Spores: The Queer …

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