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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 …

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 …

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 …

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 …

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, …

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 …

Outstanding color and whimsy sculptures along with beautifully rendered grid canvasses raised plenty of endorphins last Saturday at Marquee Projects Inc.’s artist reception for Fukuko Harris …

A book titled “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” by nonbinary author Maia Kobabe, has come under fire in the Connetquot School District with parents asking administration to take the book out of …

What’s a 13-year-old boy and prodigy drummer’s favorite band? Well, Van Halen, of course. Eighth-grade South Country student and Bellport Village resident Julius Radino has been …

We could use a colorful Renaissance farce right now that pokes fun at life. Luckily, there’s director and choreographer Keith Andrews. He’s in the midst of developing the jukebox musical …

Students entered the Patchogue Elks Americanism Essay contest: “What It Means to Love My Country.” The Patchogue Elks then selected four sixth-grade winners from Oregon Middle …

Gathering unique and blossomed talent from 11 high schools (Bayport-Blue Point, Bellport, Brentwood, Commack, Connetquot, Longwood, Patchogue-Medford, Sachem East, Sachem North, Sayville, and William …

After exploring a park in Stony Brook last week, I decided to venture back to the North Shore to visit the Long Island Museum. I had visited the museum as a child, but was excited to revisit it as an …

A whole new take Cinderella’s story began with its first publication in 1697. Now, in 2022, there is a whole new take on it. “The new story is much more appropriate for the modern …

The Long Island Advance photographer Ryan Sweezey, a senior at Longwood High School, took home first prize in photography at the prestigious Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts’ (BAFFA) annual …

On March 30, an “Evening of Asian Percussion” was held at 89 North in Patchogue, for the audience to bask in the wonder and gravity that is this art form in the Eastern …

Combining voices both homegrown in the United States and connected to Asia, curator John Cino put together an introspective, contemplative, and surprising exhibition of the works of Asian American …

Bellport High School thespians are set to present Rodgers & Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” (Broadway version) on Friday, April 1, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 2, at 2 p.m. and …

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