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Latke The Party Begin

Potato latkes, a beloved dish in Jewish cuisine, have a rich history and cultural significance that spans centuries. The origins of latkes can be traced back to Eastern Europe, where potatoes became a staple in the 18th century. The dish gained prominence among Jewish communities, particularly during Hanukkah, the Festival


Gerald Dickens Continues His Great-Great Grandfather’s Legacy

On Dec. 2, Gerald Dickens stopped at the Cinema Art Centre in Huntington on his tour performing one-man shows of his great-great grandfather’s classic book, A Christmas Carol. Dickens is an actor, director, producer and great-great grandson of Charles Dickens, an English novelist. He first began performing one-man shows of


There’s A Not-So-New Director In Town

Art museum names Beth Horn to lead charge Beth Horn’s professional career and volunteer service focus on enriching people’s lives through the arts as well as historic preservation and environmental conservation. Her early career spanned the visual and performing arts, including numerous theater productions on- and off-Broadway, documentary and cultural


Explore Winter Holidays

Hanukkah Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, is celebrated around the world today. But the inspiration for the holiday dates back thousands of years in what is today the country of Israel. In 175 B.C., King Antiochus, whose ancient kingdom included Judea (located in present-day Israel), made it against the


A Day In The Life Of A Radio City Rockette

Courtney File first saw the Christmas Spectacular, Starring the Radio City Rockettes, when she was six years old. From there, it became tradition, as File and her family would come from Smithtown to see the show every year during the holidays. “The curtain came down at the very end of


Darlene Love’s Fave Vocalists

A true national treasure, Darlene Love’s career has taken her from being one of the late Phil Spector’s go-to studio weapons to becoming the Queen of Christmas despite what all those Mariah Carey memes may say. Love’s 1963 classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” is not only a centerpiece of


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