As the announcement of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s desire to scale back on royal life continues to capture the press, Netflix’s “The Crown” gives us some intel into how a …
I hate musicals. I hate the super-candied-Lea-Michele voices of ingénues as they embark on some ridiculous journey for puppy love. I hate the boring sex jokes. I even hate the …
The Gardiner family has had a profound influence on the history of Long Island, Suffolk County and especially Islip Town. The Robert David Lion Gardiner Foundation was founded in 2004, when Gardiner …
The Bayard Cutting Arboretum is hosting an art exhibit titled “Nature in Bloom” through the month of November.
This former Islip Town resident penned his memoirs of a journey through the Spanish countryside. Read about it here.
The Islip Art Museum held an opening reception on Saturday, Aug. 3, for its latest exhibit, “The Art of Collaboration.” The exhibit’s program notes the creative partnership between Arthur Dove and Helen Torr; nearly 100 years later, a similar partnership has taken root between Holly Gordon and Ward Hooper, who met on Facebook in 2014.
A local high school play has raised concerns among some of the viewers. Read why that happened.
A local author is scheduled to discuss the inspiration and research of her first book, “Shipwreck of Hopes,” throughout the coming week. Her work at the Fire Island Lighthouse exposed her to the wreck of the Elizabeth off Fire Island in 1850.
Author Chris Verga explains his new book regarding what might have happened to the barrier beach.
Bohemia artist, Elaine Faith Thompson is known for her golf paintings that will now include one that’s the PGA Bethpage Black poster.
A solo show is being held at the Islip Art Museum. Read about the artist here.
The Republican caucus in Suffolk County claims that Republican districts are being treated unfairly.
The Seatuck Environmental Association will be hosting a film festival at the Boulton Center for the Performing Arts. Read about that event here.
There’s a concert later on today at West Islip Public Liibrary featuring a family of musicians that have gained popularity in recent years.