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Dix Hills Revives ‘How To Succeed’

“Harry Potter” breathed new life into “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” when actor Daniel Radcliffe took the Broadway stage for the musical’s 2011 revival. Now, the ...Full Article

Man Resurrects Halloween Hayride Tradition

A Huntington Station man has decided to bring his Halloween tradition back in full force this year, after Superstorm Sandy wrecked his plans last October. Mike Giarrizzo, 49, has ...Full Article

Schmitt’s On Top Of Their Scare Game

With Halloween just a week away, scaring people is big business, especially in Melville. By keeping the frights fresh year after year, the Haunted Mansion of Melville, located at ...Full Article

Billy Joel Plays To Packed Paramount

Billy Joel is feeling good playing to a sold-out hometown crowd at The Paramount in Huntington. How many music legends can open a show in Huntington with a hit ...Full Article

An Apple A Day…

Fall is here, and for families starting to think about ways to spend time together and celebrate the season, the Huntington Historical Society has just the thing. The annual ...Full Article

Honors For Paramount At Arts Council’s 50th

Despite drawing massive crowds of music lovers to Huntington village for two years now, it took a little recognition from a local not-for-profit for the founders of The Paramount ...Full Article

Form Meets Function At Gallery 37

When you walk into the funky Manhattan-flavored Gallery 37 at 12B School Street in Northport, the first thing you’ll probably notice is a ping-pong table like no other. It’s ...Full Article

Theater Handles ‘Twelve Angry Men’

Could you convict a troubled teen for killing his abusive father? Even, if the death penalty was involved? That’s the situation facing an all-male jury in the Reginald Rose ...Full Article

Movies Still Magic For Italian Immigrant

To many people, movies are just a form of entertainment, but to Huntington resident and film historian Irene Eckert, movies are much more. “I had become a movie addict ...Full Article

Relishing In The Converted Cucumber

Thousands will flood into Greenlawn to indulge in salty and sour snacks when the Greenlawn-Centerport Historical Association’s 34th annual Pickle Festival returns Saturday, Sept. 21. A donation of $5 ...Full Article