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Seafood festival returns

The Long Island Maritime Museum’s 29th annual Seafood Festival will be held this Saturday, Aug. 20 and Sunday, Aug. 21, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and is expected to bring in over 15,000 people …

Long Island has always been known as a mecca of history, but just a ferry ride away hides another amazing historical community, the Fire Island Pines. A longtime haven for the LGBTQIA+ community, the …

The annual Sayville Rotary Beefsteak event last Thursday night, headed by Rotary president Drew Baldwin, welcomed over 350 jubilant guests, who helped raise funds for local community nonprofits and …

BY SAM DESMOND The 49th season premiere for the CM Theater for Performing Arts was ushered in with 1950s-era-appropriate food and cars for their production of “Bye Bye Birdie.” The …

With paradoxically maddening and soothing illustrations, Jeremy Grand, who debuted his exhibit at the Bay Area Friends of Fine Arts Gallery at the Gillette House in Sayville, on Friday, Aug. 5, …

When the world gets bleak, readers always turn to their favorite stories to bring them comfort. “My Year With The Italian Girl,” a new novel by Sayville resident Linda Leuzzi, is sure to …

Taking place all across downtown Sayville for three days, Summerfest was the event of the season, with thousands in attendance. With something for everyone in the family, there was decadent food, …

On Wednesday, July 27, the Bayport-Blue Point Library held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly christened John McNamara Teen Center. Local charity Johnny Mac Foundation has been a robust …

The Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce’s Summerfest makes its triumphant return this weekend, starting Friday night at 5 p.m. on Aug. 5 and continuing through Saturday, Aug. 6 and Sunday, …

On Thursday, July 21, The Bayport-Blue Point Heritage Association hosted the second of its summer series of concerts at Memorial Park in Bayport. With no available spots for parking in the …

The second-oldest church in Suffolk County, dating back to colonial times, St. John’s in Oakdale has inspired art and ardor for over 250 years of its history. On Wednesday, July 20, it provided …

The CM Noel S. Ruiz Theatre hosted an outdoor festival this Sunday, July 17, as part of their ongoing celebrations for the 35th anniversary of the venue. The day was filled with musical …

For spectacular sights and perfumed sea air, a local cruise off Montauk will introduce you to a Long Island sightseeing staple from a wholly sea perspective. The Easy Breeze cruise company, …

Jack Whitehouse’s latest book, “From Vietnam to the Arctic Circle: Memoir of a Naval Officer in the Cold War,” speaks to the reader about the life-and-death issues of the Cold War …

Traveling to the North Shore of Nassau County to Oyster Bay’s Theodore’s Book Shop, established local author Theresa Dodaro hosted a book signing on Saturday, July 10. Promoting her …

Art, cats and drag converged at the Shabby Tabby Cat Café this weekend, with a Paint Night on Saturday, July 16, that was sold out. Drag goddesses Toni Homeperm and Jasmine G. String headed …

This Sunday, July 17, from noon to 6 p.m., The CM Noel S. Ruiz Theatre, will be hosting their first street festival in the parking lot directly in front of the venue. “The summer after the …

In this Seurat-like scene, the Bergen/Valente families enjoy the inaugural Kay Cameron Jewelers movie night of the summer at the Common Ground in downtown Sayville. Sponsored by Tricia and Kevin Tom, …

The Common Ground has a full list of events for families this summer. Here are some of the fun activities coming up. Family Fridays Friday, July 15: Darlene Graham Song and Dance Darlene …

Reclaiming and revitalizing Kay Porter Bicycle Park on Railroad Avenue in time for the namesake’s 100 birthday this year, the Greater Sayville Chamber of Commerce pulled in the community to …

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