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Readers Weigh In On Ben & Jerry’s Boycott

Disputed, Not Occupied Territories To the editor: Your article on Ben & Jerry’s included much valuable information. I applaud you for it. One point, however, must be reviewed. The term “Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)” was foisted on...

Hard to Believe but True

To the editor: The late legendary broadcaster, activist and political commentator, Clayton Riley, would implore his listeners at the end of each of his commentaries to “keep a good thought and pay very special attention.” This...

Alzheimer’s Nonprofit Plans Fundraiser August 12

The Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center (ADRC) invites all to join its “Rockets and Re-entry Walk” to support ADRC’s programs and services. It will be held on Thursday, Aug. 12 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the...

Oyster Bay Plans August 3 Fireworks

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board invite residents to celebrate our nation at “Celebrate America,” the town’s upcoming free Grucci Fireworks Show and Concert scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 3, at the...

Another Side of Laura Schaefer

The Nassau County Legislator will show off her singing chops with accompanist Bill Blais at Cassariano Italian Eatery, 348 East Jericho Turnpike, Mineola. Call 516-280-8990.

Celebrating Home Health Aides Job Fair Set July 26

Visiting Nurse Service of New York Partners in Care is hosting an open house hiring event on Monday, July 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 250 Fulton St., Hempstead. Meet and talk directly with...

Children’s Crusade Goes On Tour

The Children’s Crusade Company announces its Northeast, New England and Midwest Summer Tour with “Children’s Crusade,” a new play by Scott Huffman. Performances of Children’s Crusade began Thursday, July 8 in Jericho and will end...

Hofstra Alums Are “Bigs” For The “Littles” On Long Island

Pandemic creates challenges for Big Brothers Big Sisters “We need to get back to where we were at the beginning of last year to help the youth of Long Island,” said Mark Cox. This sentiment by Cox,...

Dog Parks And Your Dog

By Harriet Meyers Dog parks are fenced-in, outdoor grounds designated for off-leash dog play. There are many variations, some safer and more pleasurable than others for your dog. Also, like any other social activity, it’s important...

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11 Common FAFSA Mistakes

The 2016–17 FAFSA is now available. The online FAFSA has gotten a lot easier over the last few years. Thanks to improvements like skip...

How Is Your Parking Lot Etiquette?

Last week I was in the parking lot of my doctor’s office and I had a frustrating experience. It made me wonder if people...

Anton Awards Mangano, DeRiggi-Whitton With Plaque For Support Of Museum

Angela Susan Anton, president of the board of the Nassau County Museum of Art, awarded a plaque to Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano for...

Toy Company Alpha Group Talks New SpongeBob Products For 20th Anniversary

He lives in a pinneapple under the sea all while being absorbent, yellow and porous, and is now making his way to toy shelves...

Music On The Boardwalk

The Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk is a new 5,000-seat venue kicking off its inaugural 2016 Summer Concert Series. Musical diversity is the key...
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