Cheryl Wadsworth

Cheryl Wadsworth is a writer for Long Island Weekly, specializing in movie previews.

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Get Your Scare On

For a lot of us Halloween is a time for tricks and treats, parties and costumes. If you are like me, it’s also a time to get scared by watching horror and thriller movies. There...

October Movie Previews

The month of October brings us Columbus Day, Halloween and color changing leaves. It also marks the roll out of new movies including ones that are thought to be award contenders. When life gets too...

September Movie Previews

The kids are back in school while most vacations are just a distant memory. Stores have been bombarding us with Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah items for months already. What’s a person to do to...

August Movie Previews

Like most people, you are probably scratching your head trying to figure out how August is here already. However, there is still a whole month left to swim, sunbathe and, of course, take in some...

July Movie Previews

July’s heat and humidity have been on the rise. Escape the sun for a day and head to your local theater and see a hot new release this month. The following are just a few...

Summer Movie Previews

Theaters are hoping to rebound from a slow winter/spring slump by releasing some of its best blockbusters for summer. They are so confident that they are distributing a few of them prior to the official...

June Movie Previews

Summer doesn’t officially begin until June 21, but that hasn’t stopped theaters from releasing some blockbusters before that. Head to your local theater to enjoy some great sequels, true stories and thrillers this June as...

May Movie Previews

May brings warmer weather, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day and Memorial Day. One of the ways to celebrate is by seeing a new movie in theaters this month. The following are just a few of...

April Movie Previews

April brings us crazy weather with rain one day and sun another day. Daisies and sweet peas are April’s flowers with the diamond as its birthstone. This April also is bringing us highly anticipated blockbusters...

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Check It Out: May 9 To May 14

May 7 Amityville The Skatalites @ Revolution Music Hall 140 Merrick Rd. 8 p.m. $20 adv. $25 DOS. 631-264-7712 www.revolutionli.com Ground zero for ska and Jamaican music in general, The...

Executive Functions And Executive Skills

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Celebrating Sweetheart Of The Rodeo

In the annals of music history, Sweetheart of the Rodeo was a major game-changer. Released on Aug. 30, 1968, The Byrds’ sixth studio effort...
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