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There are three reasons to see the latest revival of Finian’s Rainbow. The first is the marvelous Melissa Errico, starring as Sharon. Her character is the heart of the musical, both as the love … more
With Nassau County District Attorney Madeline Singas calling on the State Board of Regents to revamp New York’s school violence tracking system so gang attacks, discrimination and bullying are reported faster, East Meadow school officials are focusing on student safety. more
As the St. Raphael Parish church chorus sang, congregants from different churches and synagogues joined in harmony on Nov. 20 at the 35th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving service. more
Having grown up where pastrami-on-rye was as common as a slice of pizza, there was no question that dining at Lido Kosher Deli would be a welcome, if not nostalgic, treat. more
Chatty, festive and hungry senior citizens filled the rows of tables at the East Meadow High School’s cafeteria as they prepared to celebrate the Kiwanis Club of East Meadow’s 36th annual Senior Citizens Thanksgiving Dinner on Nov. 20. The smell of freshly cut turkey and warm bread rolls poured from the kitchen as students from the East Meadow School District, along with Kiwanis Club members, carried out plates to be devoured at the tables. more
Last week’s question asked if it was possible that the World Trade Center collapsed by design, as some reports have stated. This is a very serious and sensitive topic. No matter how much time has passed . . . more
Next Wednesday marks 75 years since Japanese fighter planes unleashed two separate attacks on Pearl Harbor and its environs, bombing ships, planes and airfields and killing more than 2,000 military personnel and civilians. It was an event that spurred the U.S.’s entry into World War II and a pro-war mindset among Americans that united the country. more
In the maelstrom that has followed Donald Trump’s election, it is difficult to sort out the most urgent priorities for people worried about our country. Millions of us are shocked and grieving for a nation that would elect a racist and misogynist to the highest office in the land. If we take Trump at his word . . . more
It was 2012, and longtime East Meadow resident Andrew Alderman was in Israel, in a school courtyard five miles from the border with the Gaza Strip, a Palestinian territory. The then 22-year-old was traveling with the Israel Premier Lacrosse League as a volunteer, which introduces children to the game. more
Here on Long Island, we are fortunate enough to have many superior schools. We don’t often think about school choice because we already have the best. Across the country, however . . . more
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