Groovy, iconic posters at a hot new Bahr gallery

Do you remember Alton Kelley, Stanley Mouse, Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin and Wes Wilson? Maybe not, but if you’re of a certain age, you more than likely can remember the works they created. …

1,500 students, elected leaders rally for gun control at SUNY Farmingdale March for Our Lives

Nearly 25 years have passed since Colin Ferguson stepped onto a Long Island Rail Road Station in Mineola and started firing a 9mm pistol at passengers indiscriminately. Six were killed and 19 …

S&P raises Oyster Bay out of junk status

After being saddled for almost two years with a junk bond credit rating stemming from a decade of consistent budget deficits, the Town of Oyster Bay has been upgraded to a stable investment rating by …

Testimony heard in Mangano-Venditto trial

Restaurateur Harendra Singh was center stage on March 15 at the U.S. District courthouse in Central Islip, as he testified about a years-long history of doing favors for former County Executive Ed …

Lions to restore Beekman overlook

A flock of seagulls gathered on the shoreline of Beekman Beach, some bathing in the waters of the Long Island Sound, while others scavenged for food. Nearby, the swings at the public beach were …

Editorial

Holding drug addicts after detox worth considering

Parents are among the most stalwart figures in Long Island’s fight to curb the opioid crisis. Too many have lost children to addiction. They join community coalitions and turn out for public …

Scott Brinton

Obama, Trump: reason versus chaos

Start saving. As in right now. Save all that you can. In my last column, “Buckle up, L.I., the GOP tax plan is headed our way” (Jan. 25-31), I promised to offer my suggestions this week on …

Randi Kreiss

Read it and weep: ‘1984’ by George Orwell

The day after Kellyanne Conway stepped up to the microphone and suggested that there were “alternate facts” regarding crowd size at President Trump’s inauguration, Penguin Books launched a 75,000-copy reprinting of “1984” . . .

Alfonse D'Amato

Budget deal is a solid step forward

It’s easy to find fault with a major budget deal in Washington. The one just passed by Congress is no exception. Those on the right say . . .

Long Island Lutheran’s learning ‘beyond boundaries’

Earlier this month, Long Island Lutheran Middle-High School celebrated the end of quarterly assessments with the beginning of Beyond Boundaries, an annual schoolwide project in which students and …

Long Island Lutheran’s learning ‘beyond boundaries’

Earlier this month, Long Island Lutheran Middle-High School celebrated the end of quarterly assessments with the beginning of Beyond Boundaries, an annual schoolwide project in which students and …