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This spring I observed ten years as the editor of the Lynbrook/East Rockaway Herald. It has been, by far, the most interesting and rewarding of career choices. I won’t go into the … more
Exhibits and more... A Feast for the EyesAn exhibit that explores how food has inspired art. Through a wide variety of media, eclectic portrayals of food, restaurants, cafes, shops, parties, and … more
With the sun beating down at mid-morning, a girls’ cross-country team was recently running up and down the half-mile-long hill on the south side of the Town of Hempstead’s Norman J. Levy Park and Preserve in Merrick, sweating profusely and breathing hard in the 90-degree-plus heat. Taking it all in from the side of the seashell-coated path was a red fox –– yes, a red fox –– which stood in the shade, motionless and silent, panting continuously, its eyes half-shut. The runners appeared unfazed by its presence. more
Eisenhower Park is the setting for a fast-paced musical revue. more
Old Westbury Gardens opens its lush grounds to the Long Island Scottish Festival and Highland Games on Saturday. more
The village’s new rental permit law, which was met with a mixed response from residents, took effect on Aug. 15 — though officials say the process of establishing a rental registry and enforcing new requirements for absentee landlords could take up to a year to complete. more
As a New Yorker I always thought the highly successful “The Ride,” and award-winning coach bus ride treats visitors to New York and locals who have never taken the time to visit the city’s cultural wonderlands had nothing new to offer this longtime critic. more
At 9 a.m. on Monday, this critic was at her computer poised to read the results of our Outer Critics Circle awards winners. One of the most thrilling moments in my long-time “Critic-At-Leisure” column was the day I arrived at the then South Shore Record office in Hewlett to find a very official look letter. Its opening sentence was Dear Tony Voter! more
As I wrote this the 70th annual Tony Awards nominations were streamed live on CBS. Along with information on the June 3 “Stars in the Alley” — one of the most exciting opportunities to see and hear the best of Broadway theater you could want to see — and hear — and it’s all free! more
It was a smash hit when Richard Brinkley Sheridan’s “School For Scandal” debuted in 1777, and never has the truism, the more things change, the more they remain relentlessly the same! more
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