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Stage Door School of Dance moves to virtual classes

“The show must go on,” said Stage Door School of Dance owner Mary Giattino, quoting a line frequently used in show biz. Since the coronavirus outbreak, Giattino said it just …

As part of the state government’s efforts to promote physical distancing, theaters were some of the first to be shut down due to the coronavirus. Three local theaters are adapting to forced …

Mark Van Wagner began planning Marquee Projects’ “SpringSprung” exhibit, scheduled for last Saturday’s opening, in October. Getting the artists was a cinch. …

The model is $14 per meal, plus your grandma eats free. He is also donating 25 percent of his proceeds to Island Harvest, the rest goes towards making more meals.

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts recently announced that it would receive a $25,000 donation from American Portfolios Financial Services, Inc. The company is an independent …

Long Island Traditions, the Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington, and the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center in Patchogue recently announced that the Maritime Film Festival is postponed due to the …

Being inspired by your hometown is a blessing and curse: You ultimately are writing what you know, but you are also critical of what you love. Such is the case with Joel Mowdy, who lives a …

On Saturday, Feb. 29, the last day of Black History Month, artist Mikael Levin facilitated a one-day action of renaming four Bellport streets that bear the names of prominent early slave-owning …

It’s appropriate that Cherish The Ladies, the joyous Irish American group of blockbuster musicians, is performing its “Heart of the Home” concert in Patchogue during Women’s …

Fittingly held post-Valentine’s Day, the Patchogue Arts Council’s popular “Wining About Art” series section on Romanticism came after the holiday of soppy hearts and flowers. …

While Saturday night was frigid, the Of Colors Black History Exhibition & Diversity Celebration rocked warm with greetings, stories and awards in the Patchogue Artspace Gallery. People grouped …

In a nod to its roots, The Gateway is offering Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” on Feb. 21, 23 and 23, a dynamic inclusion that celebrates the theater’s 70th year and embraces a …

The rousing annual Of Colors Black History Exhibition and Diversity Celebration 2020 will take place on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. Founder Tracy Todd Hunter will preside over the free event with …

Australians Jordan Pollard, Jesse Rasmussen and Thomas Egan were good friends who grew up immersed in jazz, ballet and tap classes and sharing a love of musical theater. One night in a Sydney bar, …

You have all weekend to honor your sweetie with a Valentine. And then some. The Harbormen A Cappella Chorus will send out groups of four in red jackets and bow ties to sing two songs. …

Bellport High School’s production of “Beauty and the Beast” is set to premiere this weekend in the Ebersole Auditorium. Reserved tickets are available for $15 and can be purchased …

It’s not a secret that country music has taken the country by storm, including Long Island. Now Long Islanders can enjoy music by current country artists performed by a new band: The Big …

“Parents always ask me if a play is appropriate for younger children, and ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ is a perfect way to introduce kids as young as four to a theater …

Paul Simon may have opened the gates for Ladysmith Black Mambazo in the mid-1980s by including the group’s rich harmonies into his “Graceland” album, featuring their famous song …

With world issues combusting daily, Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is embracing social awareness through film this year, another notch in its offerings of thoughtful art house films, …

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