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Exhibits and more... Ansel Adams: Sight and FeelingAn exhibition of Adams’ photographs that demonstrates how his intuitive and emotional response to the landscape resulted in powerful and … more
Follow along with Dorothy and her friends as they make their way to Oz. more
Hazel, that irrepressible maid from the iconic Saturday Evening Post cartoon and ‘60s Emmy Award-winning sitcom, is now sweeping her way onto the stage in a new musical currently in development. more
The Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center in Oceanside was evacuated on Wednesday morning after a non-credible threatening phone call, according to a letter written to JCC members by Executive Director Joni Center. more
Planned Parenthood of Nassau County’s staff and supporters said that they are concerned that the Republican-majority chambers of Congress will soon move to strip health centers affiliated with … more
After discovering that he was a Regeneron Science Talent Search semifinalist, Oceanside High School senior Nathan Gershengorin gave district Science Director Kathryn Chapman a high five. Then he … more
It’s been less than smooth sailing for the Oceanside boys’ basketball team, and on Jan. 12, the team was once again hit by an unexpected storm. A second-half three-point barrage from Massapequa’s Michael Baierlein proved to be too much for the Sailors to handle, as they fell on their home court by a 55-37 final. more
Drama students performed “Seussical the Musical” earlier this month for the annual “road show” production, a student-directed theatrical event that tours elementary schools before opening at OHS for a Friday-night show and a Saturday matinee. But as the young actors hurried among three elementary schools on Jan. 4, two of the leads were home sick. more
The Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 9 to celebrate two new 16-passenger buses the facility received through funding from the New York State Department of Transportation. more
A third of workers who have the flu still report to work, according to a new public health survey of New York metro area residents, even though many are aware that the sometimes-deadly disease can easily spread. more
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