Nassau Division II tennis team final: Wheatley vs. Friends Academy

Scenes from the Nassau Division II tennis team final between Wheatley and Friends Academy on Monday at Eisenhower Park.

Nassau Class B final: No. 3 Locust Valley vs. No. 1 Wheatley

Scenes from the Nassau Class B baseball final between No. 3 Locust Valley and No. 1 Wheatley. Wheatley.

Talking with Rich Cohen about his 'Negotiator' dad

Onetime Syosset resident Herbie Cohen worked with presidents, the FBI, the CIA.

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Plainedge vs. Calhoun

Scenes from a Nassau Class A baseball quarterfinal between Plainedge and host Calhoun on Sunday.

Dan Bondi pitches Calhoun past Plainedge

Alec Edwards' homer backs Colts starter in Nassau Class A quarterfinal win.

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Explore the work of classic and contemporary poets and write your own poetry, facilitated by Mindy Mangot, cardholders only, limited space, register for a Zoom link


Rockville Centre Public Library

221 N. Village Ave.

Rockville Centre, NY


Phone: 516-766-6257



Paul Mahos: New Life Crisis - True Legends


Paul Mahos will perform the music of George Michael, David Bowie, Prince and more


Southampton Cultural Center

25 Pond Lane

Southampton, NY


Phone: 631-287-4377



From Farm to City: Staten Island 1661-2012


Encounter Staten Island's historical transformation and changing roles as farming center to dense urban environment through maps, photographs, newspapers, documents and artifacts (exhibition opening date is tentative)


Museum of the City of New York

1220 Fifth Ave.

New York, NY


Phone: 212-534-1672


$10, $6 seniors and students, $20 families (max.2 adults); children 12 and under free

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Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson and others depart 'SNL'

Sea Cliff Emmy winner McKinnon, Davidson, Aidy Bryant and Kyle Mooney bid farewell to the show during its season 47 finale.

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Bethpage Air Show's lone female aerobatic stunt pilot once feared flying

Jessy Panzer, one of the few female aerobatic air show performers and air racers active in the United States, will perform at the Jones Beach show on Memorial Day weekend.

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Long Island Christians weigh in on Roe v. Wade
On abortion issue and Roe, beliefs of LI Christians mirror U.S.

Christian Long Islanders are as divided on the hot-button abortion issue as most of the country. Between the extremes — no abortion at all or abortion with no restrictions — there is nuance among Christians on the island. 

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Long Island raw bars for oysters, clams and other shellfish5m read5m read
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Plans made to erect memorial to baymen in Oyster Bay

The baymen's work, pulling up shellfish from the bottom of the bay, will be memorialized in a bronze figure sitting in his boat.

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LI Special Olympics opening ceremony
Teens injured when driver, 17, crashes on LIE, Suffolk police say

One of the teens was taken to Stony Brook University Hospital with serious injuries, police said.

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For these LI moms, 'just breastfeed' not the solution to infant formula shortage

Even for parents who want to breastfeed, it may not be an option, due to issues ranging from medical conditions to lack of milk supply.

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Kate McKinnon among those leaving 'SNL'

Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant, Michael Che and Kyle Mooney also departing.

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Racial demographics rapidly shifting in Long Island schools

Students of color have gone from being the minority to the majority in 32 Long Island districts over the past 20 years, a Newsday analysis found.

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Long Islanders bid a tearful farewell to 'This Is Us'

Tissue boxes at hand, local viewers are ready for the NBC show's final episode.

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Changing demographics of LI schools
Top PSEG LI exec received nearly $900,000 in total compensation last year
Idina Menzel launches casual clothing line

Menzel says the line is "for people like me who hate to pick out what to wear."

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James W. Foote, who loved portraying Teddy Roosevelt, dies at 73

James W. Foote was in demand for reenactments and appearances.

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Political, advocacy groups put their imprint on LI school board races
Long Island school board elections get 'nasty'

Political and advocacy groups increasingly have been injecting themselves into traditionally nonpartisan school board elections on Long Island, endorsing candidates, assisting in campaigns and inflaming divisions ahead of the May 17 vote.

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20-room estate in Mill Neck listed for $17.4 million

With two pools and a theater, the house is "one of a kind," the broker says.

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Glen Cove woman running 7 marathons in 7 days to honor veterans
Glen Cove woman running 7 marathons in 7 days to honor veterans

Since 2016, ultra-marathoner Eva Casale has run a series of marathons to benefit local VFWs and other military service organizations, as well as veterans and their families.

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Billy Joel announces October show at the Garden

His residency continues with a new concert set for Oct. 9.

Bayville catering hall seeking variances amid tensions with neighbors

Neighbors of a Bayville catering hall say proposed zoning variances to expand the permitted uses would allow ongoing noise problems to continue.

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Upper Brookville, Muttontown create new police department to patrol villages

The joint force will begin patrols June 1 under the banner of the Muttontown and Upper Brookville Police Department, or MUB PD, and operate with a projected annual budget of $4 million to $4.1 million.

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Billy Joel biopic is 'completely unauthorized,' says singer's rep

"Piano Man" would be based on Joel's early years in the music business, but it will not be able to use any of his songs.

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Russian Americans on LI condemn Putin, express anger, heartbreak over war against Ukraine

"Everyone I speak with feels the same, both here and in Russia," said a woman born in the former Soviet Union. "Everyone is spending their days glued to any news they can find, but people have no words. They're broken."

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Vampires invade Bayville haunt for Valentine's Day

Vampires have been spotted in Bayville this winter, and they are getting hungry. Bayville Scream Park will reopen under a new moniker, "Bayville Valentine Haunt" for a four-night stand on the North Shore, Feb. 11-14, just in time for a bloody romantic scare.

LI's Theodore Roosevelt gets two-night History Channel documentary

Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and actor Leonardo DiCaprio are among the executive producers of the project.

LI's Jackie Martling and Peter Bales to launch new comedy podcast

Jackie Martling and Peter Bales will riff on the Golden Age of LI comedy and other subjects on their podcast, "Stand-Up Memories," which launches Feb. 2.

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LIRR restoring train service to morning rush, evening peak hours starting Jan. 3

The additions take effect on Jan. 3 and include eight westbound morning rush-hour trains and seven eastbound, evening peak-hour trains. The trains had been eliminated as part of COVID-19 reductions.

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Renovated Bayville three-bedroom house on the market for $639,000

The three-bedroom, 2½ bathroom Colonial-style home features high-end upcycled kitchen cabinetry.

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Light shows, drive-through events on Long Island for 2021 holiday season

Find holiday fun without leaving your car.

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Harry Styles performs first UBS Arena concert 

Styles hit the diamond-shaped stage in-the-round with sheer exuberance, which was matched by his youthful and predominantly female audience. 

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Oyster Bay plans to ban retail sales, on-site commercial consumption of marijuana

Oyster Bay joins a growing list of Long Island municipalities that have opted-out or are considering doing so. The public will get the chance to weigh in on Oyster Bay's proposed ban at a Dec. 7 hearing. 

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Hamptons slips in ranking of priciest U.S. ZIP codes

Nine Long Island ZIP codes ranked among the top 100 most expensive to buy a home in the U.S., with prices in Sagaponack ranking third in the country.

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Katherine Jennette, Kaitlyn Kelly lead Oyster Bay to Nassau Class C volleyball title

Oyster Bay beat top-seeded East Rockaway, which had swept all six sets in the two previous matches this season. 

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