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LI Arts announced that Long Island’s nonprofit arts and culture industry generated $330 million in economic activity in 2022, according to the newly released Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 …

“Think of the 135 remaining hostages who are sitting in darkness on this holiday of light. We need to be their light,” said Rabbi Shimon Stillerman. Despite the wind and the rain …

The East Islip football just won the Long Island championship and recently added more laurels to their trophy case. Sebastian Regis, East Islip’s gritty hard-nosed defensive tackle and …

With the winter season quickly approaching, homeowners are turning on their heat and lighting up the fireplace. However, carpenter, construction worker, and longtime chimney cleaner Joseph Whaley, …

East Islip traveled to Brook Street in West Sayville for the only meeting against the Golden Flashes this season in varsity boys basketball. This scuffle on the hardcourt was a non-league …

The South Shore Estuary Reserve (SSER) Stewardship Awards for 2023 were be presented to Richard Groh, Town of Babylon, and Artie Kopelman, president CRESLI, for their dedication in …

On Friday, Dec. 8, Emmanuel Church in Great River hosted its first Christmas celebration. Inside, people sat together at large round tables or stood around chatting. There was a small hot …

Dr. Dennis O’Hara, Islip’s superintendent of schools, often talks about changing students’ life trajectories. He believes one way to do so is to get young people to visit college …

While the magic of the holiday season is upon us, this time of year can be difficult for families struggling financially. With the holiday season of giving well underway, consider lending a hand to …

On Tuesday, Dec. 12, fire districts throughout the Town of Islip held their annual elections. The candidates in each fire district who received the most votes were elected fire commissioner for that …

The Seiskaya Ballet’s “Nutcracker” has become a perennial holiday favorite on Long Island.  This year’s staging of …

Opening the doors to the Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame felt like I was entering a mini-Graceland exhibit; but I was far from Memphis. When I mention the expo’s strong …

More than 1,000 people attended the Town of Islip’s annual holiday Christmas Tree Lighting and Chamber of Commerce Parade on Main Street this year, which included the new Holiday Market. A …

“No one should choose this year to hide on Hanukkah out of fear,” shared Rabbi Shimon Stillerman of the Chabad of Islip Township. “We should more so than ever express our Judaism …

Fire districts throughout the Town of Islip will hold their annual elections on Tuesday, Dec. 12 from 3 to 9 p.m. The candidates in each fire district who receive the most votes will be elected fire …

“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” is the word of the hour at Babylon’s Argyle Theatre, whose current production of “Mary Poppins” runs through Dec. 31. It’s a …

Over the years, the Islip Town-based Great South Bay Quilters has donated to many charitable organizations. This month, they gave away another quilt that was sewn by one member to be raffled off for …

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Islip held its annual Christmas Bazaar this past Saturday. People explored all the various offerings on the main level, the basement, and the upstairs of the …

Two days before Thanksgiving, singer Jane Monheit was back on Long Island for a visit with family before jetting off to India to perform at a jazz festival. After Mumbai, her upcoming tour …

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