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A controversial subdivision at 220 Hempstead Ave. is now under construction, but because the homes are individually owned, the Rockville Centre Building Department doesn’t know when they will be completed. more
Musician Danny Weinkauf said that in a divisive world, he hopes his next studio album, “Words,” helps children understand the importance of coming together in a difficult time. more
The Long Beach International Film Festival returns next week, and will offer about 40 films that will be screened both virtually and on the beach. The annual festival was held virtually last year, … more
The Cornerstone at Yorkshire apartment complex, which began leasing to future renters July 5, should be open by November, its developers say. more
As Covid restrictions have been lifted on Long Island for the past couple of months, Cedarhurst will host its annual Summer Sidewalk Sale beginning on Wednesday, July 21 and it will continue through Sunday, July 25, coupled with an inaugural outdoor art show on Sunday in Andrew J. Paise Cedarhurst Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. more
Hummingbird Boutique will hold its first fashion show on Sunday, July 18 from noon to 3 p.m. The show, with up to 34 looks, will be staged indoor and outdoor at the Metropolitan Bistro located at 39 … more
New York American Water is investing $260,000 to replace 820 feet of aging water main with a new eight-inch ductile iron main along Lancaster and Bristol streets in Lynbrook. The project will also replace 20 company-owned service lines and a fire hydrant. more
After 15 months of lockdown, East Rockaway native Michael Quadrino’s production company On The Quays is celebrating LGBTQ+ pride and returning to society with a film titled, “Reemergence: A Queer Visual Album.” more
Tony Leone can still remember the moment he fell in love with theater. After landing a few bit parts in plays as a college student at SUNY Buffalo, he finally earned his first speaking role when he played an old curmudgeon named Mr. Morse in the Lanford Wilson play “Hot l Baltimore.” For his first line, he rumbled into the scene from a backstage staircase to deliver four words — “I have a complaint” — and from that moment on, theater was a major part of his life. more
After much speculation and buzz about what will replace the vacant Waldbaum’s building in Oceanside, Amazon Fresh is slated for the location. There are 14 such stores across the country. more
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