Seeking Redemption In To Leslie

Tale of alcoholic lottery winner going bust drives this indie film If the idea that money and success only amplify who you already are, then the profligate and addictive main character who wins a $190,000 lottery prize in the new film To...

EastLine Theatre Brings Angels In America To Long Island

Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, is a two-part, Pulitzer prize-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It was first performed in 1991, and it follows a gay man who was abandoned by his lover when he contracts HIV,...

Bobby Q’s Jus Like Mama’s Is Food To Feed Your Soul

Not to be confused with another similarly named establishment out east, Bobby Q’s of Freeport has recently opened its second location in September. The first and still existing restaurant on Main Street in Freeport survived through COVID and has sort of...

A Delicious Long Island Heritage: History of Zorn’s of Bethpage

Zorn’s has been making delicious homemade food since 1940 when Peter Zorn opened his first retail store on Long Island. His vision was to offer wholesome, made-from-scratch meals using the freshest ingredients that busy families could take home with them, creating...

NCC To Serve As Training Hub For Potential Casino

Global resort developer Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) and Nassau Community College (NCC) of the State University of New York have agreed in principle for the college to become the primary employee training center for a proposed Sands resort located near...

Happy Birthday, Schoolhouse Rock!

Iconic shorts that set school subjects to music turns 50 From the first notes of the intro (As your body grows bigger/Your mind must flower/It’s great to learn/’Cause knowledge is power!) children of the ‘70s and ‘80s and beyond will recognize the...

Massapequa Everyman Steve Guttenberg Returns On Lifetime

According to his Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB) biography, Steve Guttenberg has the record for most original films to go to franchises in film history, and appearing in the most films in The Screen Actors Guild from 1980-1990, tying Gene Hackman....

James Hood’s ‘Mesmerica’

Show Comes To Vanderbilt Planetarium Beginning on Jan. 6, Long Islanders had their chance to escape reality by stepping into the Vanderbilt Museum and Reichert Planetarium in East Northport.  Long Island Weekly caught up with the musical artist behind the show, James...

Seeking Redemption In To Leslie

Tale of alcoholic lottery winner going bust drives this indie film If the idea that money and success only amplify who you already are, then the profligate...

EastLine Theatre Brings Angels In America To Long Island

Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes, is a two-part, Pulitzer prize-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It was first performed in 1991, and...

Massapequa Everyman Steve Guttenberg Returns On Lifetime

According to his Internet Movie Data Base (IMDB) biography, Steve Guttenberg has the record for most original films to go to franchises in film history, and...

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NCC To Serve As Training Hub For Potential Casino

Global resort developer Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) and Nassau Community College (NCC) of the State University of New York have agreed in principle...

A Delicious Long Island Heritage: History of Zorn’s of Bethpage

Zorn’s has been making delicious homemade food since 1940 when Peter Zorn opened his first retail store on Long Island. His vision was to...

Prepare For The Big Chicken Wing Party

Game day watchers are projected to eat more than a billion wings Football fans might be surprised at the matchup, but one thing is not...

Events At The Long Island Children’s Museum Aug. 22 To Sept. 1

Visitors to the Long Island Children’s Museum this week can explore the world of science, learn about mixed-up animals, get in the kitchen, whip...

Bobby Q’s Jus Like Mama’s Is Food To Feed Your Soul

Not to be confused with another similarly named establishment out east, Bobby Q’s of Freeport has recently opened its second location in September. The...

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Bobby Q’s Jus Like Mama’s Is Food To Feed Your Soul

Not to be confused with another similarly named establishment out east, Bobby Q’s of Freeport has recently opened its second location in September. The...

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At the entrance to the U.S. Army Infantry Museum, located in Ft. Moore, GA, (formerly Ft. Benning), visitors begin their journey by walking up...

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Trending in refreshments these days includes a lot of brands jockeying for position with flavored, spiked seltzers. Consumers want a “healthier” option, a more...

A Delicious Long Island Heritage: History of Zorn’s of Bethpage

Zorn’s has been making delicious homemade food since 1940 when Peter Zorn opened his first retail store on Long Island. His vision was to...

Prepare For The Big Chicken Wing Party

Game day watchers are projected to eat more than a billion wings Football fans might be surprised at the matchup, but one thing is not...
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