Performers fleeing Ukrainian war find refuge with traveling circus

The circus is here for 10 days this month.

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10 events, things to do this weekend on Long Island

Options include festivals, Bethpage Air Show and more Memorial Day weekend fun. 

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Performers fleeing Ukrainian war find refuge with traveling circus

The circus is here for 10 days this month.

Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach
Summer fairs and festivals happening this year on LI

The summer kicks off with the Bethpage Air Show at Jones Beach featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. 

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A dog festival comes to Port Jefferson and more pet events this summer

Dock-diving, a dog performance sport making waves in pet-centric circles across the nation, will be making a splash at the festival.

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From classic to specialty, there's a car show for everyone this season on LI

Car show season begins with shows happening throughout Nassau and Suffolk.

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11 secrets of the Bethpage Air Show

You're probably aware there are jets doing stunts, but what do you know about those planes and the pilots?

Cradle Con returns to LI with comics, collectibles and cosplay 

Guests can meet comic book authors, shop for comics, see exhibits, enter a cosplay contest and more. 

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Islip libraries changing with patrons' changing tastes

Some Islip libraries have transformed from a bibliophile haven to what directors say are similar to community centers — serving as bastions of knowledge, but also offering opportunities that patrons might not otherwise easily access. 

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Long Beach Cinemas, closed since COVID shutdown, set to reopen Friday

The Park Avenue theater is set to make its grand reopening with COVID-19 safety measures and precautions for customers, the theater's general manager Paula Lewis told Newsday.

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LI mall is planned site of new esports gaming arena

Manhattan-based Belong Gaming's floor plan shows at least 72 gaming stations, bleachers for spectators and large-screen televisions to show gamers' exploits in real time, a lawyer for the company said.

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