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Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Dining with Keiji Inatome, the son of owners Sezaburo and Katsuko Inatome, was not only a pleasure, but enlightening. more
The popular local orchestra is making the rounds of area parks, stopping at Eisenhower Park this weekend. more
The summer theater season is heating up on our local stages once again. more
The Nassau County Legislature’s seven-member, bipartisan rules committee unanimously passed a plan on July 18 to implement a long-term contract for the control of the county’s wastewater system. Promising to save taxpayers roughly $240 million over the next 20 years ... more
Q. We just moved into our first house. We knew before we bought it that we wanted several changes, started opening walls with family/friends and realized it was a bigger job than we thought. more
And what is this greatest “achievement”? Neil Armstrong walking on the moon? Jonas Salk discovering the vaccine for polio? more
The Central Nassau Athletic Association U-11 softball tournament team won the titles for District 32 and Section 6 in the Williamsport Little League Tournament. more
For decades, the U.S. has failed to address one of its core problems: securing the nation’s borders. more
Scattered around the gym at W. T. Clarke High School last Monday morning were some 50 students, separated into teams, arranging themselves by date of birth. Coach Scott Martin, a phys.-ed.- teacher in the East Meadow School District, and the instructor of the activity, tested the students’ communication skills by challenging them to complete the exercise in silence — which was inevitably interrupted by the occasional giggle. Communicating only with their fingers, th more
Every day, Robbie Twible needs his bandages changed. The 12-year- old soon-to-be eighth-grader at W.T. Clarke Middle School has epidermolysis bullosa, a rare skin disease that causes severe blistering all over his body. The bandages protect him from further scarring, and removing them is a slow, painful process, said his mother, Kathy Twible (rhymes with bible). But there’s one thing that helps distract Robbie from the pain: listening to Justin Timberlake. more
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