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Let’s Call A Design Truce…Gender Neutral Design

By Greg Lanza One loves their favorite floral bedding, the other can’t let go of their black leather sofa. Creating spaces for a couple to embrace can be quite frustrating when both are passionate about their...

Long Island Special Olympics Takes Gold

Farmingdale hosts Special Olympic Games The Long Island Special Olympics Spring Games were a success. Farmingdale Schools hosted the competition that brought athletes, coaches, volunteers, and community members together. It was a spectacular day for everyone...

Levittown Red Devils Documentary Project Fundraiser

On Sunday, June 12, documentarian Doug Delaney will be hosting a fundraiser for his upcoming project, The Devils You Knew. This is a story far more complicated and layered than just “kids playing football” and...

Streetwise Double Album Release Party To Benefit Leukemia And Lymphoma Society

Brooklyn-born, Riverhead-based singer/songwriter Raymond Castronovo recently announced Streetwise’s double-album release party to benefit the the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society starting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, May 6, at the historic Suffolk Theater, 118 E Main St....

SUNY Old Westbury Hosts ‘The Great Chain of Being’

The Amelie A. Wallace Gallery at the State University of New York College at Old Westbury is exhibiting ‘Sung Rok Choi: The Great Chain of Being,’ a solo exhibition of new media art. Sung Rok...

Hempstead To Host Virtual Black History Month Celebration

Hempstead Town Senior Councilwoman Dorothy L. Goosby will host a virtual celebration of African-American history at 6 p.m. on Feb. 25 that will include the Community Service Award presentations to local residents, recognition of African-American...

Adelphi Professor To Discuss African American Vernacular Tradition In Online Lecture

Dr. Patricia G. Lespinasse, associate professor of African American Literature in the African, Black, and Caribbean Studies at Adelphi University, will discuss the African American vernacular tradition (sermons, spirituals, blues and jazz) in a lecture...

Jurassic Quest Comes To Long Island

Billed as nation’s biggest dinosaur experience The largest and most realistic dinosaur exhibit in North America is back, bigger and better than ever. The nation’s largest herd of photorealistic dinosaurs are ready to delight Long Island...

Garvies Point Museum Plans Presidents Week Programs

The Garvies Point Museum will host a week’s worth of crafts and programs appropriate for all ages during Presidents Week. Museum general admission is $5/adults, $3/children 5-12 years, plus fees for crafts. Craft proceeds benefit...

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Soaping Up For The Needy

Archangel Michael Greek Orthodox Church ( AMC) will be launching AMCares, an organization within AMC dedicated to mobilizing the youth of the parish and...

Tanger Outlets Celebrate Summer With NYC Food Trucks

On Saturday, July 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.,  Tanger Outlets-The Arches in Deer Park is bringing back the food truck craze to customers...

Rock Of Ages: Marciano Did It His Way

From the 1910s to the 1950s, baseball and boxing ruled the sports world. Both sports were thoroughly democratic: In the ring, Rex Layne fought...

The Man Behind The Curtain

Space limitations prevent a list of the myriad accomplishments Luis Miranda, the star of the new HBO documentary Siempre, Luis, has achieved in the...

Calendar Of Events May 25 To June 7

Here's a sampling of the events happening in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Tuesday, May 25 Labor Camps On Long Island The North Shore Historical Museum...
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