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There are 332 solar panels atop Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts. And they’re awaiting power from PSE&G. “Solar panels were ready to go for five weeks from Johnson …

Filling the Fourth of July with festivity and fine art was the 63rd annual South Bay Art Association’s Artists on the Lane event in Bellport. One of the largest outdoor art shows on Long …

Esteemed local artist Robert Stenzel won the Patchogue Arts Council’s contest for a new logo for the popular Paint the Great South Bay event. Selected from seven entries, Stenzel’s …

Published by the Dorrance Publishing Co., “Harry Hampton” is a new book by local author David R. Tiffany. Recommended for ages 8 to 10, it is a 68-page paperback chapter book about the …

Each week, reporter and history-lover Mariana Dominguez visits a historical location on the South Shore or attends a local lecture on historical topics. This week, she met with Eric Forsyth, the …

Anyone looking for a book to read to their kids or grandkids this summer should pick up the new educational children’s book by local resident Kim Feliciano. “Edna the Egg” is the …

William S. Burroughs is a complicated icon. A literary trailblazer who killed his wife. A revolutionary of the beat writers who came from a wealthy family. The new book “Fever Spores: The Queer …

Long Island’s largest and longest-running four-day music festival is finally back. Presented by the Blue Point Brewing Co., Great South Bay Music Festival will be celebrating its 14th …

Celebrating the literary tradition and glamour of the legendary James Joyce, the Patchogue Arts Council in partnership with the James Joyce Pub will be hosting an evening honoring Bloomsday on …

Motorcycles have their allure. Their sleek robustness, gleaming pieces, and roaring thrust as the rider becomes one with the machine, are all elements of danger and freedom. Ai Makita’s …

Six Arcadians appear on stage, urging the audience to participate in the “beat.” No sitting still, give it some attitude, a little oomph, and please, click those fingers. And if …

The Promenade to the Arts archway will be installed at the beginning of the Roe Walkway situated between Toast Coffeehouse and Stanley’s Furniture on Main Street, sometime in the spring of …

On June 4 at 11 a.m., an artist panel discussion will be held for the “Off the Wall” exhibit currently on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art/Patchogue Arts Council. Curated by master …

The Patchogue-Medford Library is currently hosting an exhibit titled, “Art Matters,” featuring the creative works of Khurshid Saleem, and presented by the Patchogue Arts …

With her effervescent, energetic, and enunciated persona, Annie Manildoo is a must-see performer. She is a fixture at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café in Sayville, where patrons have traveled as …

Plodding grumpily onstage in a dragon costume, getting Heidi Klum to join amazing magic card wizardry with dry British bantering aimed at Klum and the “America’s Got Talent” judges. …

Think of the movies from the 30’s and 40’s. Characters running in and out of rooms, slamming doors, outlandish anguish, male bonding to hilarious rituals, surprise revelations, and a …

Gerardo Monterrubio uses his ceramic sculptures as palettes for creating magical, terrifying, mythical stories incorporating his culture. An exhibition of the Los Angeles-based artist, …

On Friday, May 6, the award ceremony for the annual Congressional Art Competition for High School Students in the New York District 1, sponsored by congressman Lee Zelden, was held at Artspace on …

High-school and middle-school educators from all over Suffolk County have a unique and rewarding opportunity to bring the arts—in all inventive forms—to their students to enhance and …

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