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Great South Bay Fest pushed back to 2022, potential fall music event in the works

The Great South Bay Music Festival will not be able to take place this year and has been rescheduled to July 7-10, 2022. “It’s hard to fathom that I would be sitting here, once again, with the …

With hopes to open as soon as possible, Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts director Michele Rizzo-Berg said the reopening will focus on featuring local artists, though a lineup has not been …

Thankfully, but regrettably, the worst part of having COVID-19 for me was having to miss my beloved sister’s bridal shower in March. While we are eight years apart, my sister and I have grown ever …

After Patchogue couple Leann and Luigi Pisano recovered from severe cases of COVID-19 last year, they had one thing on their mind: getting hitched.But the ever-changing circumstances made it …

The Gateway is launching into spring with its weekend drive-in movie roster, a welcome segue into some normalcy starting April 16 with “The Avengers,” “Zootopia” and “Star Wars: Episode …

After an inventive and engagingly artful 2020, the Patchogue Arts Council has announced its even more ambitious plan for 2021.PAC hosted its annual general meeting on Friday, March 19, where …

The Village of Bellport Zoning Board unanimously approved special permit requests made by the Bellport Brewing Co. at 14 Station Road for the use of their side yard for seating and outdoor games like …

Looking for an egg-cellent time to put you in the Easter mood? On Sunday, March 28, Angels of Long Island will be hosting an “Easter Eggstravaganza” from 1 to 4 p.m. to raise funds for …

This Saturday, March 13, the Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts will be hosting We Banjo 3 virtual experience ahead of the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.Live from Ireland, all four band members …

When Patchogue-Medford High School juniors Emily Skorupski and Maya Marquez-Sturm heard about the Patchogue Young Professionals’ “Shark Tank” challenge in December, their brains …

Can you hear that? It’s the Midnight Wolves howling their patrol call. They should also shout, “Girls can do anything boys can do!” – maybe, even better. Because …

East Patchogue-based retired attorney and creative mind Pauline Dubick-Hazard has adopted and presented a new project that is grabbing the attention of young neighborhood children: handcrafted …

Teresa Quarltere believes very strongly in the importance of looking your best. “She just nailed it in my head,” her youngest daughter Linda said of her mother’s …

Robert Levey II is a 12-year-old 7th-grade homeschooled kid pursuing his dreams with the help of his mother, Denise. He enjoys acting, singing and playing the guitar and piano. Recently, he landed …

The Gateway curtain will rise again this year, but with smaller shows before the full-scale musicals debut in July, said Gateway Executive Artistic Director Paul Allan. Good news came Wednesday, …

The Waverly Avenue/County Road 19 traffic circle reconstruction was completed and reopened in October 2020. The $5.5 million project allows vehicles heading west on Lake Street to maneuver south more …

The animals at the temporarily closed Holtsville Ecology site enjoyed last month's snow. Click through these photographs by caretaker Kristin Layer above.

The Bay Village complex occupies the space now, but in the 1880s, the Smithport Hotel was located there on South Ocean Avenue.It became a lively, year-round vacation establishment, accommodating …

After a number of interested buyers, George Emrick, known to locals as “king,” has sold his property housing Bargain Bilge located at 159 West Main Street in Patchogue to a developer …

This Black History Month, the Long Island Advance and it's sister newspapers published a series of profiles to spotlight emerging and notable leaders of color in our community. The following …

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