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An Izakaya Moves Into Simon’s Restaurant Collection

The newest addition to the Restaurant Collection at Roosevelt Field Mall, Nomiya — which translates to ‘saloon’ — stands as the area’s first izakaya, a casual Japanese bar for hangout and snacks. After having successfully opened Keki Modern Cakes—the bakery that single-handedly...

The Day The Music Died Screening: August 10

BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 2022 MUSIC & THE MOVIES SUMMER FILM SERIES COMES TO END IN GRAND FASHION  Do you believe in Rock ’n’ Roll? The 2022 Music & The Movies Summer Film Series at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts...

Happy 58th Birthday For Federal Funding Of Long Island Public Transportation

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Nomiya Brings Distinctive Japanese Flair To The Island

The newest addition to the Restaurant Collection at Roosevelt Field Mall, Nomiya — which translates to ‘saloon’ — stands as the area’s first izakaya. Inspired by the Japanese philosophy of minimalism, the Nomiya interior is split between a hickory-accented bar and...

Hochul’s Dilemmas On MTA Congestion Pricing, Fare Increases And Deficits

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Rock of Ages: Outdoor Film Screening

Enjoy cinema under the stars on the Terrace Stage at Bethel Woods. A rock 'n' roll romance is told through the heart-pounding hits of rock and glam rock bands Def Leppard, Joan Jett, Journey, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, REO Speedwagon, Pat Benatar and...

Black Keys Keep It Simple With Dropout Boogie

When it comes to the creative process, no one can ever accuse The Black Keys of ever taking a complicated approach to scratching their musical itch. It’s an approach guitarist/vocalist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney have perfected since the duo...

Splish Splash Honors Veterans, First Responders With Hero Appreciation Week

New York’s Largest Water Park will host a five-day Hero Appreciation Week offering discounted admission to firefighters, police officers, first responders, military members (active duty, retired...

An Izakaya Moves Into Simon’s Restaurant Collection

The newest addition to the Restaurant Collection at Roosevelt Field Mall, Nomiya — which translates to ‘saloon’ — stands as the area’s first izakaya, a casual...

“Death Of A Salesman” Opens Next Season

Producers Cindy Tolan, Elliott & Harper Productions and Kwame Kwei-Armah are teaming up once again to bring the critically-hailed Young Vic / West End production of...

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An Izakaya Moves Into Simon’s Restaurant Collection

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BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 2022 MUSIC & THE MOVIES SUMMER FILM SERIES COMES TO END IN GRAND FASHION  Do you believe in Rock ’n’...

Happy 58th Birthday For Federal Funding Of Long Island Public Transportation

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Splish Splash Honors Veterans, First Responders With Hero Appreciation Week

New York’s Largest Water Park will host a five-day Hero Appreciation Week offering discounted admission to firefighters, police officers, first responders, military members (active...

“Death Of A Salesman” Opens Next Season

Producers Cindy Tolan, Elliott & Harper Productions and Kwame Kwei-Armah are teaming up once again to bring the critically-hailed Young Vic / West End...

The Day The Music Died Screening: August 10

BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS 2022 MUSIC & THE MOVIES SUMMER FILM SERIES COMES TO END IN GRAND FASHION  Do you believe in Rock ’n’...

An Izakaya Moves Into Simon’s Restaurant Collection

The newest addition to the Restaurant Collection at Roosevelt Field Mall, Nomiya — which translates to ‘saloon’ — stands as the area’s first izakaya,...
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