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My exploration into the literature of various cultures and countries led me to become enamored with the swashbucklers of yore. Rooted deeply in romantic ideals, they were the protagonists who would rescue maidens, defend kings and save the downtrodden. While swashbucklers most often were swordsmen, they could also be archers. more
Because of the good work done by Family & Children’s Association, several local disadvantaged Long Island students will have the opportunity to attend college. more
Identical twins Annamarie and Ginamarie Russo, natives of south Lynbrook and Hewlett, are battling it out for a win on VH-1’s reality competition show, “Twinning.” It premiered on July 21 in its debut season and airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. more
Norma Gold, a North Woodmere resident whose family founded the Hempstead-based Gold’s Pure Foods Products Company, died on Aug. 21. She was 91. more
Five Towners who are parishioners of St. Joachim R.C. Church in Cedarhurst are excited that Pope Francis will be visiting the U.S., including stops in Washington D.C., Manhattan and Philadelphia. more
Thousands gathered at the Harry Chapin Lakeside Theatre in Eisenhower Park last Saturday to see Rock ‘n’ roll legends Joan Jett and Blackhearts, as part of Nassau County’s free summer concert series. more
It was 5:50 a.m. on a recent Friday when my alarm rang. Typically I dread waking before 9, but on this day I was to engage in an activity that I never tried before — paddle boarding at Jones Beach more
Hewlett Bay Park native and playwright Michael Colby has chronicled a portion of his life in the book, “The Algonquin Kid,” about his weekend visits with his grandparents who owned the landmark Algonquin Hotel in Manhattan, and its history. more
The Peninsula Kiwanis Club held its annual golf outing at the Lawrence Yacht & Country Club on Aug. 24, to help raise money for the group’s donations to SIBSPlace and Camp Anchor. more
Devoted to his neighbors and the Five Towns, Honorary Chief Robert “Lefty” Hanon was a member of the Lawrence-Cedarhurst Fire Department for 53 years. He was born in New York City on May 5, 1936, and was a longtime resident of Inwood before moving to East Rockaway, where he died as his son, Alex Hanon, held him in his arms, on Aug. 2 of liver cancer. Hanon was 79. He was wearing his LCFD uniform. more
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