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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
Summer’s close brings back-to-school shopping, longer nights and an end to action-filled days in the Long Island sun. At Cedar Creek Park in Seaford, a Nassau County park enjoyed by residents from all over, friends and families looked back with nostalgia on the past few months spent together. 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
There were hugs and stories shared as Wantagh’s teachers and staff members went back to school on Monday, marking the beginning of the new year. more
The Giving Garden may be small, but it is mighty. On a small patch of earth at the back of the Wantagh Memorial Congregational Church, there is an edible garden that helps feed hungry neighbors. 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
Earlier this month, Mitchell Smith marked the one-year anniversary of one of the scariest days of his life. Next month, he celebrates his second chance at life. more
Next month, after a five-month hiatus from airplane noise, Runway 4L-22R at John F. Kennedy International Airport will reopen after undergoing an expansion to accommodate more and bigger planes — and, highly likely, bring more airplane noise to the area. more
It’s time to get those backpacks filled with supplies and those new sneakers laced up. The school year starts next week in local districts, a rare year in which the first day of classes comes before Labor Day. more
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