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Patchogue Arts Council celebrates art history and wine

Fittingly held post-Valentine’s Day, the Patchogue Arts Council’s popular “Wining About Art” series section on Romanticism came after the holiday of soppy hearts and flowers. …

While Saturday night was frigid, the Of Colors Black History Exhibition & Diversity Celebration rocked warm with greetings, stories and awards in the Patchogue Artspace Gallery. People grouped …

In a nod to its roots, The Gateway is offering Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” on Feb. 21, 23 and 23, a dynamic inclusion that celebrates the theater’s 70th year and embraces a …

The rousing annual Of Colors Black History Exhibition and Diversity Celebration 2020 will take place on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. Founder Tracy Todd Hunter will preside over the free event with …

Australians Jordan Pollard, Jesse Rasmussen and Thomas Egan were good friends who grew up immersed in jazz, ballet and tap classes and sharing a love of musical theater. One night in a Sydney bar, …

You have all weekend to honor your sweetie with a Valentine. And then some. The Harbormen A Cappella Chorus will send out groups of four in red jackets and bow ties to sing two songs. …

Bellport High School’s production of “Beauty and the Beast” is set to premiere this weekend in the Ebersole Auditorium. Reserved tickets are available for $15 and can be purchased …

It’s not a secret that country music has taken the country by storm, including Long Island. Now Long Islanders can enjoy music by current country artists performed by a new band: The Big …

“Parents always ask me if a play is appropriate for younger children, and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a perfect way to introduce kids as young as four to a theater …

Paul Simon may have opened the gates for Ladysmith Black Mambazo in the mid-1980s by including the group’s rich harmonies into his “Graceland” album, featuring their famous song …

With world issues combusting daily, Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is embracing social awareness through film this year, another notch in its offerings of thoughtful art house films, …

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 …

Where a solo piece of art has its gravity in its message, a two-part piece has its challenge in cohesion. From Jan. 11 through Mar. 1, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) by the Patchogue Arts …

Mark Van Wagner and his wife, Tonja Pulfer, were sitting beneath the remnants of their last art exhibit, Jedd Garet’s striking “Wall F-Flower” and Emily Quinn’s winsome …

Sure, it’s great to learn about Beethoven and Mozart in school — but how about some Led Zeppelin? Jimi Hendrix? The Beatles? Kids and adults of all ages will be able to channel their …

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 …

It’s 2020, and the Patchogue Arts Council (PAC) is ready for the new decade. This year will launch the first in the series of specially created yearly posters by local artists. Patchogue …

The Red Door Chamber Players have received a 2020 LI Creative Learning grant in conjunction with the Cultural Arts Committee of the William Floyd Community Summit​ ​to offer their Red Door …

Part of a new initiative from the Patchogue Arts Council and the Museum of Contemporary Art is a popular series titled “Wining About Art,” where a lecture series comes to bon vivant life …

The Broadway stars of Gateway’s 2019 summer season — “The Sound of Music,” “On Your Feet,” “Kinky Boots” and “Memphis” — will join …

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