December 30: Rock out with the eclectic band Badfish as they pay tribute to Sublime with classic hits from the 1990s.
December 11: MMA fighters Chris Weidman, Matt Serra and Aljamain Sterling will take you inside the octagon and the evolution of the sport, the physical demands of training and more in an in-depth discussion and meet-and-greet moderated by Newsday sports reporter Mark La Monica.
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We kicked it old school with classic '90s beats at the ultimate throwback concert featuring Young MC, Tone Loc and Rob Base performing “Bust a Move,” “It Takes Two,” “Funky Cold Medina,” and many more hip hop favorites.
We celebrated healthy living at this one-day Long Island expo with interactive exhibits, workshops, seminars and more.
See highlights from performances at the 57th annual Newsday 2019 Marching Band Festival at Mitchel Field Athletic Complex in Uniondale.
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The former Jets and Giants receivers were the latest to appear at Newsday's subscriber-only live event series.
Apollo 7 astronaut Walter Cunningham and Milton Windler, a NASA flight director for Apollo 13, talked about the Apollo 11 mission in a discussion moderated by Newsday columnist Joye Brown and former Rep. Steve Israel.
Islanders greats Butch Goring and Clark Gillies participated in a Q&A with fans at Newsday.
Rep. Peter King, Suffolk and Nassau police commissioners Geraldine Hart and Patrick Ryder, former Rep. Steve Israel, Dr. Kyleanne Hunter from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and Paul Guttenberg, uncle of Parkland, Florida, school shooting victim Jaime Guttenberg spoke on school safety.
Former Mets Ed Kranepool and Art Shamsky joined Newsday sports writers Erik Boland, Tim Healey and David Lennnon and told stories of the 1969 Mets and answered questions from guests