Arts
131 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Bellport Girl Scout troop earns filmmaking badge

These aren’t your mother’s Girl Scout badges! In keeping with the rapid changes in the digital age, the Girl Scouts have developed innovative new badges to spark the imagination of …

“I was born when gods walked the earth—rock gods, that is. Two months after James Dean, the original rebel without a cause, died, I came to life,” wrote British-American singer, …

In celebration of the almost completed Medford Library branch, the library will be hosting a brick paver fundraiser, made possible through The Friends of the Library. Though the details of the …

Fans of “Jersey Boys,” the monster smash musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, will get their request granted in The Gateway’s production for its 2023-2024 season. …

Unsung Heroes: Segregated Military Units East Islip Library - Monday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. You’ve heard of the Tuskegee Airmen, but did you know there were other segregated African American …

The day the Long Island Advance contacted Medford resident Sal St. George, he’d already secured The Oz Museum in Wamego, Kan., for a virtual tour. Located in the historic Columbian Theater, the …

Douglas Goodhart, who stars as the beloved Adam Sandler lead, Robbie, in The Gateway’s “The Wedding Singer, The Musical Comedy,” was a wedding singer in real life. “I used to …

Owner hopes to pass the craft onto the next generation BY Shana Braff Upholstery is a skilled craft which has been practiced by artisans since the Middle Ages. The catalyst for this emergence …

We just survived “Blue Monday,” the third Monday in January, which is purported to be the gloomiest day of the year by British travel company Sky Travel. While this stat is unverifiable …

This past week, I attended the Sayville Library’s Zoom presentation of “Rumrunning in Suffolk County: Tales from Liquor Island.” The lecture was taught by Southold town historian …

In an effort to encourage members of the community to experience all their library has to offer, while also incentivizing shopping locally—and supporting small businesses—the South …

This was the first Midnight on Main since the pandemic, and revelers weren’t letting the rain dampen their spirits, as they gathered to enjoy Patchogue Village’s ahead-of-its-time and …

Gateway shows at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts ended this year after blockbuster productions like “The Cher Show,” and “A Christmas Carol.”  Their …

Michael Baker, The Gateway’s ebullient Acting School director/associate artistic director, is leaving his storied run at the theatre, since March 2005, to take over a family …

Thanks goes out to Brookhaven Elementary art teacher Gianna Maccarino and her students for making 248 holiday cards for the residents at Bellhaven Nursing Center. The Brookhaven Village Association …

Several beloved holiday traditions were revived this year after a pandemic hiatus spanning several seasons. The annual Holiday Concert and Sing-Along held at the Congregational Church of Patchogue, …

Amber Corrigan (pictured) poses as the Elegant Snow Queen in Seiskaya Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.” A Long Island native, Corrigan grew up in Patchogue. She now lives in New York City, …

Edna White is a very busy lady. The 58-year-old, who lives in Riverhead, is the president of the Gordon Heights Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Chairperson at the NAACP of Brookhaven, and …

The audience was grabbed when Marley’s ghost drifted down to the expansive Patchogue Theatre stage, a wild, white-haired specter, ghost-faced with red lips, warning Scrooge on Christmas Eve. …

It was a disappointment to many in Bellport Village when the annual Christmas parade had to be cancelled at the last minute, on Dec. 3, due to unfortunate weather conditions. However, this made …

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.