Entertainment
54 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Matching grant to help raise Plaza Cinema funds

Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center executive director Catherine Oberg has been heartened at the recent response by the community to match a $50,000 grant from an anonymous …

The club was actually started by Capt. Joseph Robinson, prior to 1845, who with other captains in the area, played dominoes when they were in port. Organized to enjoy good-natured camaraderie and …

Rob Stenzel’s stop-animation film, “The Witch’s House,” harkens to the Tim Burton of the ‘90s with a hint of Bergman’s Swedish sensibility of loss and …

With theaters shuttered, the desire to allow performance has borne innovative strategies to utilize spaces and bring in audiences. PatchogueTheatre for the Performing Arts was given the …

The Mastic Beach Mini Indie Film Festival will be virtual this year, in its second year. The program was released on their website, and tickets are on sale through FilmFreeway. The event will take …

The scarecrows will inhabit Bellport Village this year. You’ll just have to make them at home. Pick up your materials at the Community Center at 4 Bell Street on Saturday,Oct. 3 from noon …

Who doesn’t like winning raffles? Especially when you can get a free getaway to an awesome locale? “We’ve been able to assemble over $20,000 in prizes,” said Greater …

You start at the side tent on The Gateway grounds, then walk through a dark, threatening alleyway of twist- ed woods and lurking ghouls. “For the walk-through, we’ll be uti- lizing …

Be afraid. Be very afraid. We could add another warning, but that would be redundant. It would also be true. The Gateway is pulling out all the stops this year, offering three possibilities …

Jack Licitra, the well-known Sayville musician who integrated his rousing piano/Hammond organ in hundreds of Jack’s Waterfall appearances, pitched the next good time for Patchogue Theatre …

As the world of art seemingly was forced to go dark from March until recently with museums able to open at half capacity, the Patchogue Arts Council took this time to take up the burden of …

Live music, good food and cold beverages will all be served under the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Art’s marquee during their first live event since the pandemic hit in March, next …

New Yorkers have done a lot to contain the spread of COVID-19, and are now inching to get back to normalcy and enjoy the summer. Well, it won’t be a typical Fourth of July, but there are …

Remember Joe Forbrich, the Bellport High School and Playcrafters grad who was an understudy in the 2013 play, “Lucky Guy,” about journalist and Bellporter Mike McAlary? That hit …

On June 5 & 6, Plaza MAC and Patchogue Young Professionals will host two social-distance-friendly movie nights under the stars.   The first night will feature Space Jam, and the second …

The north parking lot at The Gateway was empty, but executive artistic director Paul Allan was measuring details, like how many cars could be serviced for a movie drive-in. The projector would …

The Great South Bay Music Festival is the latest on a list of cancelled large events due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival, originally planned for July 16-19, is an annual tradition that takes …

The top-notch summer musicals The Gateway is known for won’t grace the stage this year, but they will in 2021. The same lineup pitched for the season, “Evita,” “Next to …

Suzanne McKenna Link wrote “Finding Edward” over the last year, scheduling the book’s release before the wave of the current pandemic crashed over the world. The story follows …

You can watch a brand new release cosseted on your couch. Sometimes you can even pair the moment with a cocktail and special snacks. Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is offering virtual …

1 | 2 | 3 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.