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First-ever Hispanic Heritage parade rescheduled

The first-ever Hispanic Heritage Parade on Main Street, which was scheduled for Sunday, October 2, at noon, was postponed due to inclement weather, and will now be held on Sunday, Oct. 23 at …

When senseless tragedy strikes in life, we have two options: we can either succumb to overwhelming grief and helplessness, or we can mourn for our loss, and then use what transpired as fuel to …

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 …

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 …

The Bellport Village Waterfront Commission has officially begun working on the redesign of the Bellport Marina project as well as the Ho-Hum Beach Marina updates, which are further along. The …

Oh, that 1970 Chevrolet custom 10 Fleetside truck. When former Patchogue Fire chief Paul Felice saw the car of his dreams, it was love at first sight. “I had to have it,” said Felice, …

Golf carts were festooned with red, white, and blue adornments as attendees matched their vehicles wearing the patriotic colors, which were the theme of the 18th annual Kris Kringle Surf-N-Turf …

Next weekend, Sept. 23 through 25, marks the return of the St. John’s Greek Festival. The event has been a mainstay, annual event in Blue Point for over 40 years. After a brief drive-through …

As the aphorism goes, “All roads lead to Rome,” and on Saturday, Sept. 10, this was certainly true for Main Street in Patchogue during the annual Italian Feast of Saint Liberata Festival, …

Patchogue Village hosted their 39th annual Senior Softball Old Timers game at the Waldbauer Park. Several community figures attended, including Legis. Dominick Thorne, village parks and recreation …

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 …

“Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus,” is a line from the now-iconic editorial by Francis Pharcellus Church, titled “Is there a Santa Claus?,” which was featured in The Sun …

Dazzling dancing. Fabulous beaded, spangled costumes originally designed for the Broadway show by theatrical designer Bob Mackie. And three multi-talented women portraying the iconic performer Cher …

Lifelong member of the South Country School District, Coach Jefferson (Jeff) Cipp, was recently inducted in as one of the 2022 Longwood Ring of Honor recipients to commemorate his outstanding …

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 …

With 3,126 bottles of wine, 11,000-plus zeppoles, over 54,000 meatballs, just about 8,500 golf balls, and thousands of happy campers, this Sept. 22, the Patchogue Rotary Club and Fuoco family will …

Long Island has always been known as a mecca of history, but just a ferry ride away hides another amazing historical community, the Fire Island Pines. A longtime haven for the LGBTQIA+ community, 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 …

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 …

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