Kerry Kearney to stream virtual concert from Amityville
The Queens blues guitarist teams up with My Father's Place for a virtual show Oct. 27 at The Warehouse in Amityville.
LI's movie theaters reopen, 7 months after state-ordered closing
Moviegoers seemed excited about returning and were OK with the new safety protocols now in place.
Lindenhurst's Ruckert ready for Ohio State's opener
The former Hansen Award winner is one of five Long Islanders playing in the Big Ten.
LI film festival to screen before a live audience
The New York Long Island Film Festival, which offers both features and shorts, will run Friday and Saturday at the Lindenhurst Moose Lodge.
LI home-buying bidding wars loom on low inventory
The median price for homes, excluding the East End, rose to $500,000 in the July-through-September period, up 6.6% from a year earlier, according to a report.
Brooklyn Mediterranean eatery opens LI location
You can follow your falafel pita or kofte platter with a baklava milkshake at the Lindenhurst spot.
Asking the Clergy: The Prophet Muhammad's birthday
This week's clergy discuss how they will honor the founder of Islam
Suffolk School Notebook: 6 receive congressional medals
"I learned to appreciate how much even small gestures mean to others and how helping others makes me feel like a better, happier, person," said Kaitlyn Berger.
Transgender women talk inner strength, outer beauty on International Pronouns Day
Rubi Lacroix, 25, of Babylon and Demi Washington, 28, of Brooklyn, spoke about their experiences with facial feminization surgery.
Drive through a haunted LI car wash this weekend
Johnnie's Car Wash on Oak is mixing scares with suds.