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Open since last August, Pure Shore Kitchen was a passion project for its owner, Kevin Donnelly. With the input of chef Chad Pagano and General Manager Lisa Newman . . . more
Q. This winter I want to be more prepared than I was two years ago. I was stranded in my house for days. Since I can’t do the work myself . . . more
Performances/On Stage Aunt Jeanne’s Piano LoungeAn impromptu sing-along around the piano with composer Matthew Skla, Thursday, Jan. 17, 7:30 p.m. Landmark on Main Street, Jeanne Rimsky … more
Entice your palate at the food and wine showcase. more
Keep that New Year’s revelry going and usher in the Year of the Pig, which begins on Feb. 5. more
It is difficult to fully comprehend the opioid epidemic’s effects across New York state. But without the brave service of our law enforcement officials, it’s likely that the impacts of opioid addiction and overdoses would be even more severe. more
I’ll be sheltering in place, thank you. I’m experiencing the uneasiness I used to feel when I walked out of my house, leaving my 13- and 11-year-old home by themselves. more
As the New York State Senate convenes for its spring session, let’s take a moment to reflect on how momentous — and historic — an occasion this is. more
Growing up, West Hempstead High School senior Mary Penson often visited her father, Dr. Harry Penson, at his veterinarian office. It was interesting, she said, to hear about zoonotic diseases, which … more
The Village of Malverne recently announced plans for three projects in the community for 2019. Proceeds from the village’s serial bond issue of $5.6 million will go towards the continuation of the … more
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