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Patchogue Village is emblematic of what a thriving downtown aspires to achieve, and this includes a plethora of bustling late-night restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues, where law-abiding …

The Patchogue Village website now features several videos, including a welcome to the village and a virtual community tour. Each video is about one minute long, highlighting sections of the village …

After a two-year COVID-induced hiatus, the opening night of The Great South Bay Music Festival was a treat for fans of alternative music, with the alt-rock band Manchester Orchestra headlining. The …

Dorothy, from the “The Wizard of Oz,” perhaps said it best: “If I ever go searching for my heart’s desire again, I won’t look any further than my own backyard.” …

Sometimes, your best, happiest self comes out making food. Regina Hunt is known for her volunteer involvements: Greater Bellport Coalition, South Country Library and South Country Board of …

With two locations, Patchogue and Astoria, Ruta Oaxaca specializes in authentic Mexican cuisine as the house of delicious moles, with more than 50 different types of tequilas and 40 artisanal …

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 …

As the summer season kicks into full gear, backyards will soon be filled for barbecues and pool days. While hamburgers and hot dogs are a staple of warm weather gatherings, a new must-have appetizer …

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 …

“Time flies when you’re having fun,” is how Mark Miller, one of the partners of Dublin Deck, described the last 25 years that Dublin Deck has been in business. Miller recalls …

Back in 2020, The Cliffton, a bar located on the corner of East Main Street and Maple Avenue in Patchogue Village, went under fire for placing bets on shootings in New York City and Chicago. At …

When it comes to the culinary space, Andy Baraghani has spent many years of his life honing his craft and fully immersing himself in the world of cuisine. From prepping onions and making stocks to …

Beers in hand, about 50 Long Islanders soaked in a presentation regarding the offshore wind farms on tap to combat climate change. Various labor groups and environmental activists hosted their …

It’s three days and counting for the Patchogue Village Business Improvement District’s farmers’ market, which will make its seventh-season return on Sunday, May 1. The …

The street fest has not been able to take place since 2019 due to multiple COVID-19 cancellations. A virtual Alive After Five was broadcasted live from the Patchogue Theatre in 2020, and the Greater …

The Patchogue-Medford Youth and Community Services hosted another successful pancake breakfast at the Patchogue Fire House at 15 Jennings Avenue in Patchogue last weekend. The event had two seatings …

Like her father before her, Tanya Bathija hopes to build an empire. The Bellport community, the Greater Patchogue and Bellport Chamber of Commerce, and various elected officials welcomed the young …

From the outside world (Patchogue’s Main Street), Chop’s Steakhouse looks dark and closed. But if the red light above the entrance is on, diners are welcome to enter. If you’re then …

A public hearing was held to authorize a property tax levy in the excess of the limit during the last board meeting held on March 14. No one spoke and the board approved the resolution. In passing …

What’s the difference between an Irish wake and an Irish wedding? One less drinker. Or so the joke goes. But in the Patchogue Rotary’s case, there will be three very live honorees …

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