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It doesn't matter if the ending of Daddy Longlegs, the new Off-Broadway musical at the Davenport Theatre, is inevitable; it only matters that it's entertaining. Based on the 1912 book by Jean … more
Eighteen years after the merger that created the North Shore-LIJ Health System, its Board of Trustees unanimously approved a name change for the health care provider to Northwell Health on Sept. 14. … more
Some people know Long Islander Tony Garofalo as a retired New York City Police Department sergeant. Others know him as a Douglas Elliman real estate agent. Still others know him as the talented John … more
Exhibits and more... A Step in Time: Molloy College’s 60th Anniversary ExhibitionThe exhibit examines Molloy’s history through photographs, documents and related memorabilia. Through … more
Back in the day, Merokean Dan Forlenza, now 90, wanted to apply to The Cooper Union in Manhattan, considered among the most prestigious art, architecture and engineering schools in the country, with a minuscule acceptance rate. As was the case with most college applications, Cooper Union’s required an essay. Like so many young people who came of age during the Great Depression, however, Forlenza hadn’t traveled much beyond his childhood neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens, so he didn’t think he had much to write about. more
Children, teachers and staff members at Harold D. Fayette and Old Mill Road elementary schools welcomed special guests from the New York State Education Department on Sept. 29 after they achieved Reward School status. more
Working quietly and diligently in her third-period Advanced Science Research class, Calhoun High School junior Samantha Hernandez looks like any other normal high school student on any other normal day. Except she’s not. more
Despite years of research and publicity, breast cancer remains the second leading cause of death among women, behind only heart disease. The good news is . . . more
Nasrin Ahmad, a Republican, began working as a file clerk in the Town of Hempstead Clerk’s office in 1998, before rising to the position of town clerk in September 2013, appointed after Mark Bonilla abruptly left office. Prior to that, the Salisbury resident served in an advocacy role in Parent Teacher Associations in the East Meadow School District, where she founded clubs that promoted diversity and helped include foreign cultures into the schools. more
Brian Culbertson crosses musical genres in his dynamic concert this weekend. more
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