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Hollywood screen legend and sex symbol Marilyn Monroe converted to Judaism in 1956, the same year she married playwright Arthur Miller. Despite the couple’s divorce five years later, Monroe remained faithful to her adopted religion, according to film historians. more
It was a night of record-setting success for South Nassau Communities Hospital at its 2018 Soirée Under the Stars fundraiser, benefitting the center’s $60 million Emergency Department … more
Woodmere native and Hewlett High School graduate Carolyn Gusoff, an award-winning television journalist, will be the guest speaker at Pink Aid Long Island’s fifth annual event, this year … more
Hewlett High School class of 2018 graduate and Woodmere resident Lenny Khazan is part of the three-person team that will do web development for the Yale Daily News, the university’s newspaper … more
Woodmere resident Ann DeMichael was the guest bartender at the Five Towns Kiwanis Autism Project fundraiser at Angelina’s Pizzeria & Restaurant in Lynbrook on Oct. 4. The three-hour event … more
Lawrence resident, Harriette Thayer, chairwoman of NYU Winthrop’s Board of Regents, and East Williston resident Dr. James D. chairman of the hospital’s Orthopedic Surgery department will … more
A woman who was stalked online and saw her harasser sent to prison will present a cyberbullying and online harassment prevention workshop at the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC in Cedarhurst on Oct. … more
After 23 years of neglect, the building at 175 Roger Ave. in Inwood, which was a Superfund site and a blight on the community, is being demolished, and Nassau County is seeking a new business to fill … more
A Far Rockaway pleaded guilty to being the lookout for a group of five armed robbers who stole more than $70,000 from four banks last year, including two in the Five Towns. more
The Five Towns Hispanic Association hoped to take advantage of schools and businesses being closed on Columbus/Indigenous Peoples’ Day, by hosting a voter registration event at the Five Towns Community Center in Lawrence on Oct. 8. On Nov. 6, New Yorkers can vote in state and federal races, however, Oct. 12 is the deadline for voters to register. more
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