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Celebrate the ‘Ladies of Motown’

From a recording studio in a tiny house on Detroit’s West Grand Boulevard, Berry Gordy’s Motown record label churned out, assembly line-style, an amazing list of iconic songs like …

The Promenade to the Arts archway was officially installed in the Roe Walkway, between Stanley’s and Toast and behind Main Street in Patchogue Village this past December. “The arch is aptly …

Students, council members, friends and family alike gathered at the Brookhaven Town Hall to enjoy a sense of community and celebrate Black History Month, which runs through February. Despite the cold …

Gateway’s musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” opened in Bellport on Friday, buoyed by a radiance that poured forth from every actor, with Bruce Winant as Tevye at the helm, spinning the …

There’s a lot to be said about a musical, namely “Fiddler on the Roof,” that lit up Broadway like a blazing comet in 1964, becoming the first longest-running Broadway show for …

Aspects of loneliness can be unexpectedly transformative. So says Congregational Church of Patchogue pastor Dwight Lee Wolter. Besides his recent book about the subject, “The Gospel of …

Few visual artists can boast a resume as varied as Kathleen Deyo. In a career that spans decades, Deyo has created dozens of murals—a commission to paint the ceiling of a Washington, D.C., …

On Saturday, Jan. 13, the Patchogue Arts Council debuted their new exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Terry Street, “A Tapestry of Contemporary African Art.” The exhibit …

In an effort to minimize the number of street closures, this year, the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce has obtained Village of Patchogue approval to host their annual Family Fun Winter …

I still have yet to watch the last season of “Boardwalk Empire,” and it broadcast in 2014. There is a part of me that gets attached to a show like a new group of friends I’ve …

Arts and culture not only make Long Island a good place to live; they also contribute to Long Island’s economy. That’s the message from a new study released by Americans for the …

The Village of Bellport recently announced their annual wreath contest winners after judging took place earlier this month. Prizes will be distributed after the holidays. The winners: No. 28: …

Twelve incredibly talented William Floyd student musicians were recently selected to perform in the annual New York State Band Directors Association’s (NYSBDA) Symposium in Syracuse, N.Y., on …

“A good library is a major cultural, business, and recreational need for any vital community,” spoken by Majorie T. Roe in 1970 This past Saturday, the Patchogue-Medford Library had …

Loneliness is a common theme in popular culture. It’s a staple of songs like Roy Orbison’s “Only the Lonely” or Eric Carmen’s 1975 hit “All By Myself.” …

The Patchogue Arts Council held a reception on Saturday, Dec. 16, for recipients of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) grants including, Andrea Cote (visual arts/installation), Anu Annam …

The New Year at the Bayport-Blue Point Library will celebrate 2024 with a bang. Make that caffeine jolt. Island Dreams Coffee Roaster owners Vin Loscalzo and his wife, Lindsey, are ready to …

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 …

Thirty-eight song favorites with wow-wee singers, imaginative skits, gorgeous costumes adorned with sequins and tulle, and skating with elegant and impossible lifts and spins, mesmerized a recent …

The Village of Patchogue held its annual community menorah lighting at Capital One Plaza on Saturday night, which was the third night of Hanukkah. Mayor Paul Pontieri and Village trustees Jack …

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