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Have you ever wondered how A-list celebrities, swanky socialites, and social-media influencers all manage to look effortlessly chic in even the simplest attire? One of their best-kept style secrets …

Chanukah, or Hanukkah (English translations may vary since the original word is in Hebrew), also known as the Jewish Festival of Lights, will begin on the evening of Dec. 18. This eight-day Jewish …

There is art that calms. There is art that provokes. There is art that inspires. Rarely does every piece in a collection manage to do all three, but on display at the Museum of …

Lighthouse Mission is Long Island’s largest mobile food pantry. Every year, they team up with the South Country School District’s social workers and hand out thousands of free gifts to …

In 2016, the E.O.C of Suffolk CEO Adrian Fassett donated funds to purchase the original 12-foot Village of Patchogue tree, located at the Capital One Plaza on Main Street, to be utilized during the …

The Yaphank Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary held their 14th annual Christmas parade and tree lighting on Saturday, Dec. 3. The tree lighting directly followed the end of the parade at the gazebo

Hundreds of people on Sunday, Dec. 4, gathered at Shorefront Park for Patchogue’s annual Santa’s 5-K Toy Trot. The event not only helps to donate tons of toys to impoverished children, …

Since making adjustments to the chamber’s committees, the new Family Fun Event Committee, which brought the circus to Main Street this summer, plans to bring back the Winter Wonderland Fun …

Temple Beth El of Patchogue and Rabbi Pardo will be hosting their annual menorah lighting celebrating the first night of Hanukkah, the day prior, on Sunday, Dec. 18 at 5:30 p.m. at the Capital One …

The music of Irving Berlin, Chuck Berry, Harry Connick Jr., John Lennon, The Band, Amy Grant, and classic holiday tunes and traditional favorites such as “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” …

Boys Scout Troop 540 has been running a sponsorship drive (as opposed to a sale), meaning individuals or businesses will not receive wreaths, but instead sponsor a wreath (or group of wreaths) that …

A Broadway-quality set of a Victorian Charles Dickens village in London, and other scenes, gorgeous costumes, snow on stage, magical effects, and really nice moments with children, The …

In the digital age, it is the dream of just about every content creator to go viral, and Steven Pirozzi, a lifelong resident of the Mastic/Shirley area, found himself catapulted into the spotlight …

The Village of Bellport Board of Trustees held their long-awaited Public Hearing: Presentation of the Waterfront Commission Marina Proposal on Monday, Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Bellport Community …

Back in 2018, Mike Bruemmer, owner of the Off Key Tikki on the Patchogue River, was eyeing the possibility of opening Patchogue’s first hotel on the waterfront since the closure of The Clifton, …

For years, the resting place of Revolutionary War hero, Capt. Richard Corwin, has been landlocked. A Town of Brookhaven-owned flag lot entrance to the cemetery on Chapel Avenue in Brookhaven Hamlet …

At the age of 78, editor and publisher Larry Sribnick has decided to retire and close the site by the end of the month. The Sribnicks have lived in Bellport for over 40 …

Bellport Village, in cooperation with the Bellport Chamber of Commerce, made its holiday list and checked it twice on Saturday, Dec. 3, for Breakfast with Santa at 10 a.m. in the community center on …

Vincent Grucci will be remembered. That fact is not to be debated. He was the past president of the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce from 2000 to 2003; Grucci & Associates, the financial …

It’s been over 100 years since Long Island Rail Road service experienced as large of an upgrade as the upcoming Grand Central Madison that will connect LIRR riders to the eastside of Manhattan. …

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