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Come to the country-western hoedown!

Get out your blue jeans and cowboy boots because Angels of Long Island is having a country-western hoedown fundraiser. The event is Thursday, June 6 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Simplay, 180 …

Colorful, arresting collections peek out from walls, nooks and crannies at Pamela Lerner Home & Design. They yell, “Yoo! Hoo! Come closer!” During a recent visit, the …

Bellport’s Playcrafters Theatre Company presents the comedic farce “The 39 Steps” for five performances starting Saturday, June 1. The play was adapted by Patrick Barlow from a …

With summer around the corner, local concerts are just starting to heat up. On June 8, come together with the greater East Islip community for a one night only concert hosted by the East Islip …

You can mingle with a drink in the new 40-by-60-foot bar area with its glass wall exterior in front of the barn and still view the Gateway sign behind it, say hello to friends in the enlarged lobby …

Look closely at the New York lottery commercial for scratch-off games that take place on a subway (“Nothing Surprises a New Yorker—Bonkers” on YouTube). Watch a silver robot who …

Two well-known restaurateurs, a Broadway actor, and two of Patchogue-Medford’s greatest sports teams were honored recently with induction into the Patchogue-Medford Hall of Fame. The hall …

On Wednesday, May 22, The Patchogue Arts Council will host a lecture in its “Learning to Look” series at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Terry Street. Professor John Cino will lead …

“Rock of Ages,” The Gateway’s season opener, begins with a blistering guitar riff, then Lonnie the narrator proclaiming, “Welcome to Sunset Strip,” as the full cast of …

That the Gateway shows have their magical cache is a given. But the man who has ebulliently introduced them onstage with enthusiastic pump-up panache, director of public relations and development …

Mel Brooks. Eddie Murphy. Peter Sellers. Three funnymen known for portraying multiple roles in their films... that trope has now come to Clare Rose Playhouse with their production of “Stones in …

Located in Patchogue is a cozy spot for music lovers, where vinyl records carry a sense of history and music fills the air in the aisles. Record Stop, a family-owned store since 1974, stands as a …

Rock meets the blues in a concert the Patchogue Arts Council is presenting on April 28. “Ladies Rock the Blues” will celebrate the music of female performers Bonnie Raitt, Sharon …

When movie stars Isabella Rossellini and Laura Dern toured The Gateway during its Haunted House event with Dern’s best friend Bellina Logan last fall, an idea for a Mother’s Day show was …

Featuring 81 etchings from American-Austrian artist John W. Winkler, a new exhibition at the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University explores scenes of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the …

If you see LuAnn Thompson, make sure to wish her a happy anniversary. Thompson’s business, Bellport Arts & Framing Studio, turned 20 this month, and it’s a milestone few small …

You could call Brian Stoll a Broadway superfan. The West Islip resident has the Playbill from each of the more than 300 Broadway productions he’s seen over the years, many of which are …

The Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts (BAFFA) held their annual juried invitational high school exhibition at their gallery in Gillette House. With submissions from high schools throughout Suffolk …

A reception was held on Saturday, April 6 at DIME Savings Bank in Patchogue on Main Street for the paradoxically daring and comforting interactive installation exhibit by Beth Giacummo titled, …

Adults and kids positively delved into the creative universe when it came to the Easter Bonnet & Crazy Hat Parade in Bellport. Bellport Chamber co-president LuAnn Thompson reported that at …

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