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Exhibits and more... Doug Hilson: UrbanscapesAn original exhibition of recent works in painting and drawing by Doug Hilson, professor emeritus of fine arts at Hofstra. Imaginative large-scale, … more
Mexican and Italian cuisines served in one restaurant might seem unusual. But the logic behind it, and more importantly the food itself, dispels any doubt that it works. more
Jazz pianist David Benoit serves up a lively tribute to composer Vince Guaraldi. more
The Festival of Trees opens its three day extravaganza on Friday. more
I remember when I first saw the film Misery, based upon the book by Stephen King; I didn’t sleep for a week. It was that terrifying! The book has recently been adapted to the stage. Starring … more
Exhibits and more... A Step in Time: Molloy College’s 60th Anniversary ExhibitionThe exhibit examines Molloy’s history through photographs, documents and related memorabilia. Through … more
The South Shore Symphony premieres a new arrangement of jazz composer Claude Bolling's acclaimed Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano. more
Our thoughts are quickly turning to the big feast that arrives next week — and with it the spectacle and delights of the festive season ahead. more
What mom or dad hasn’t felt panic after a note from the school nurse saying head lice have arrived? Even worse, what do you do when your child comes home with them? more
If you are a “dog person,” you often plan your day around your pet’s walks and mealtimes. No matter what kind of mood you might be in, your pet is loving and adoring. So it’s easy to … more
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