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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 …

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 …

Since it was first created 14 years ago, the Facebook group “Hey Long Island Do U Remember?” has grown to 160,000 strong. The group was created and is run by Stacy Mandel Kaplan, Kimberly …

This romantic whodunit, based on the best-selling novel by Delia Owens, entertains the question: do men fall in love with nature through the heart of a woman like Kya Clark (Daisy Edgar-Jones), so …

Patchogue’s wildest arts celebration, the Ratgrrl Vendor Circus, was held at Terry Street in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art on Sunday, Aug. 28. “I think of Ratgrrl Vendor Circus …

Visitors who amble along the South Loop, with its sun-dappled windy paths over bridges with tiny teeming ponds and chirping birds, might fantasize about fairies—that’s how magical this …

From the creators of “The Adventures of Perseus,” Grimmz Fairy Tales puts the rap in Rapunzel, leaves Cinderella hip-hoppin’ in new shoes, gets Snow White …

On Sunday, Aug. 28, Patchogue’s Museum of Contemporary Art, on Terry Street, will host the wild and whimsical Ratgrrl Vendor Circus from 1 to 6 p.m. There will be over 30 vendors with music and …

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 …

You need to come to this exhibit. There’s Stefan Sagmeister’s “Josephine,” an oil on canvas mounted on Masonite, with inlay tiles placed over the painting of a 19th-century …

When the world gets bleak, readers always turn to their favorite stories to bring them comfort. “My Year With The Italian Girl,” a new novel by Sayville resident Linda Leuzzi, is sure to …

After years in the planning, COVID-19 shutdowns, and the appointment of Patchogue’s first Latina trustee, Patchogue Village is finally ready to host its first-ever Hispanic heritage parade, set …

Have you caught a glimpse of the Patchogue-Medford Library at night lately? If not, you certainly should, as the window front now features the opportunity to immerse yourself in a 30-foot aquarium …

Formations of beauty, imagination, and whimsy along a lush wooded half-mile trail, with an occasional bird peeking through the leaves will be on view along with lyrical poetry when the Center for …

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 …

ocal singer Shannon Gibbons, of Bellport, will be performing with  her band “Beat the System“ at the Bellport bandshell on Friday, Aug. 12 at 8 p.m. They are a New York City …

A festival atmosphere is one of the most iconic and idyllic scenes of summer, and Bellport Village more than understood the assignment with the annual Bellport Day Festival. The event is held every …

It is widely purported that the nautical fashion trend has royal origins, beginning with Queen Victoria, who in 1846, commissioned a child’s sailor uniform for her 4-year-old son, Albert …

Sometimes, not-so-great circumstances create better-than-thought-of opportunities. In Isabella Rossellini’s case, her new one-woman show, “Darwin’s Smile,” was spurred by …

CEED and Inspiration Plus are pleased to present “Sculpture on The Trail: An Art & Nature Exhibition,” which will take place on Saturday, Aug. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Center …

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