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The same traditions that connect us to our past can limit us in the present. In rural Afghanistan, wealthy men still practice the ancient custom of bacha baz, where men purchase poor boys from their … more
Performances/On Stage Oklahoma! The classical musical set in Oklahoma at the turn of the 20th century, Thursday and Friday, May 25-26, 8 p.m.; Saturday, May 27, 3 and 8 p.m.; Sunday, May 28, 2 … more
Fleet Week is celebrated on Long Island at Eisenhower Park. more
For many Long Islanders, the holiday weekend begins at Jones Beach to watch the action in the sky above during the annual Bethpage Air Show. more
Sometimes it only takes two performers to send a powerful message. Set some time in the future, Building The Wall presents a dire warning about the future of the … more
General contractor Artie Small learned his craft at a very young age. Starting in his teens, he worked with his father, who was in the home improvement business for 30 years . . . more
Exhibits and more... Converging Voices: Gender and IdentityAn original exhibition that focuses on issues of gender and identity, reflecting an international scope. Featured artists include Ghada … more
'The Godfather in Concert' features a live orchestra accompanying the movie. more
If the idea of longer, warmer days has you reaching for the tongs, it’s time to get your grilling game on before the season is in full swing. more
The Central High School District has hired a special counsel in response to District 24’s refusal to pay more than what its officials deem to be a fair share of the tax burden — dealing a blow to the otherwise-agreeable relationship between the Valley Stream school districts since the start of the Green Acres Mall tax-break controversy last year. more
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