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Bellport Girl Scout troop earns filmmaking badge

These aren’t your mother’s Girl Scout badges! In keeping with the rapid changes in the digital age, the Girl Scouts have developed innovative new badges to spark the imagination of …

Owner hopes to pass the craft onto the next generation BY Shana Braff Upholstery is a skilled craft which has been practiced by artisans since the Middle Ages. The catalyst for this emergence …

Douglas Goodhart, who stars as the beloved Adam Sandler lead, Robbie, in The Gateway’s “The Wedding Singer, The Musical Comedy,” was a wedding singer in real life. “I used to …

In an effort to encourage members of the community to experience all their library has to offer, while also incentivizing shopping locally—and supporting small businesses—the South …

Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

This was the first Midnight on Main since the pandemic, and revelers weren’t letting the rain dampen their spirits, as they gathered to enjoy Patchogue Village’s ahead-of-its-time and …

The audience was grabbed when Marley’s ghost drifted down to the expansive Patchogue Theatre stage, a wild, white-haired specter, ghost-faced with red lips, warning Scrooge on Christmas Eve. …

Edna White is a very busy lady. The 58-year-old, who lives in Riverhead, is the president of the Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Chairperson at the NAACP of Brookhaven, and …

Wreaths from the Bellport Village’s annual wreath contest are now up on Main Street’s poles and other areasthroughout Bellport Village’s Business District, each hand-decorated by …

The Patchogue-Medford Library is preparing for Canstruction by partnering with community members to solicit canned nonperishable donations to feed the hungry during the holiday …

During the last Village of Patchogue board of trustees meeting held last week, the board voted to set a public hearing for Nov. 4 to amend section 365-23 of the Village Code to specify application …

“Savage Land,” the 88-minute PBS documentary, relates two historic massacres where hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho were, under orders, murdered by U.S. military at the Sand Creek …

Tall figures emerge from the shadows, jack-o’-lanterns line the pathway, and an ancient graveyard marks the territory; this isn’t the set of the latest Halloween movie, but instead the …

MoCA L.I.ghts 2022 will transform downtown Patchogue into L.I.’s  only immersive, open-air museum with site-specific projected installations on both modern and historic architecture …

Being a public persona grants you a wide audience, a gift artists and influencers can spend a lifetime chasing, but it also burdens you with unabashed opinion, a burden that can rattle even the most …

If all goes well, the 1858 Swan River Schoolhouse’s exterior will soon be scraped, sealed, and a spanking-new coat of white paint will replace its peeling façade, along with other …

Roman, the co-organizer of the Babylon Pride Parade, will walk the red carpet on Friday, September 30 at 5 p.m. She’ll perform before Knock Out Blonde debuts at Plaza Cinema & Media Arts …

In “Wabi Sabi: The Japanese Art of Impermanence,” Andrew Juniper describes wabi sabi as “an intuitive appreciation of ephemeral beauty in the physical world that reflects the …

Latino or not, anyone is invited to come celebrate the area’s annual Hispanic Heritage event, for free, at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts on Saturday, Sept. 17. Organizer …

As a kid growing up in Patchogue in the 1950s, Doug Brode fell in love with comic books and movies. Brode would get his comic books from the rack at the former Lichenstein Brothers store by the …

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