Calendar of Events September 15 to October 3

Here is a selection of events taking place in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, September 15 Curator’s Corner From 11 a.m. to noon, the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center presents Dr. Thorin Tritter, museum and programming director, who will talk about a...

Calendar of Events September 8 to September 22

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Calendar of Events August 24 to September 5

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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 you by the anti-Semites who attack...

Hard to Believe but True

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Jason Mraz Gets Into A Positive Groove

New songs take singer-songwriter down a reggae path With a nation still divided in the aftermath of a contentious presidential election topped off by a year-and-a-half long pandemic, positivity is something that is both in need and in short supply. To that...

Jason Mraz’s Fave Reggae Artists

Jason Mraz’s current album, Look For the Good, found him achieving his dream of recording a reggae record where he could, “...sing over tasty grooves, reverberated snares and sticky echoed-out pockets.” Working with Easy Star Records founder Michael Goldwasser, Mraz even...

Calendar of Events September 15 to October 3

Here is a selection of events taking place in the Long Island Weekly coverage area. Wednesday, September 15 Curator’s Corner From 11 a.m. to noon, the Holocaust Memorial &...

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Calendar of Events September 8 to September 22

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