Rudy Malcom

Rudy Malcom is a reporter with Anton Media Group.

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Project Nyame Nsa Rethinks Orphan Care In Ghana

Long Islanders travel to children’s village in Africa Twenty people from Shelter Rock Church—which has three locations across Nassau County—traveled to Ghana in West Africa this summer. For a week, they spent their mornings helping Ghanaian...

One Name Wonder ALFIO Promises To Resonate With Landmark Concertgoers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DS-qS-sMp0 You’d probably think that a two-time Emmy nominee who goes by just his caps-locked first name—as if he were the likes of Beyoncé, but bolder somehow—would compulsively seek glory or attention. You might assume that...

The Future Of Print: Old Dolphin Learns Newest Trick In The Bookstore

Despite the tides of modern times, Port Washington’s very own literary dolphin has managed to ride the waves of change. The Dolphin Bookshop and Café, founded in 1946, began as a small bookstore by the...

How To Get Cheaper Tickets At Nassau County Movie Theaters

Movie theater attendance is dropping nationwide in part due to the rising popularity of video streaming services. Isn’t watching rom-coms on Netflix by yourself getting kind of sad, though? Yet simultaneously, you may be daunted...

The Battle For Health Benefits

Senate votes to extend 9/11 victim compensation fund; local survivor recounts On July 23, the Senate voted 97-2 to reauthorize a bill that funds virtually permanent healthcare for 9/11 rescue workers, many of whom live on...

24th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival Returns To Staller Center

Look no further for your cinematic paradise. The Staller Center for the Arts will screen 36 new independent films from almost 20 different nations at the Stony Brook Film Festival between July 18 and July...

Long Island’s Water Problem: Part Three

How to rescue those drowning in chemicals In light of a recent report, this is the third of a three-part series on Long Island’s drinking water contamination. This section addresses how private citizens can protect themselves...

Soak Up The Sun…Screen

Local physician offers summer health tips for your skin Summertime means barbecue parties in the backyard and picnics at the beach, swimming at the pool and strolling through the park. But with these seasonal pleasures come...

Long Island’s Water Problem: Part Two

Swimming in the crosscurrents of contamination In light of a recent report, this is the second of a three-part series on Long Island’s drinking water contamination. This section details public officials’ efforts to ensure Long Island’s...

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The Most Common Liver Disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver (NAFLD) is the most common liver disease in the United States, affecting more than 60 million Americans. Previously thought to be...

Family & Children’s Association Seeking Ombudspersons

Helping Others Also Helps Yourself Family and Children’s Association is seeking volunteers for its long-standing Ombudservice Program, part of a statewide network of certified volunteers...

Supporting Autistic Children During A Pandemic

Social distancing does not have to mean a loss of social support.

Settling In, Chicken-Style

It’s a common refrain heard in classrooms and at dinner tables all across the country: “Why won’t you just sit still?” Sometimes, with kids who...
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