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‘Rabble-Rousers’ Exhibit Piques Interest

Within the muted teal walls of Huntington’s Heckscher Museum of Art lives a collection of paintings that appear quiet and subtle. Like an owl perched on the branch of ...Full Article

Engeman Stages Powerful Version Of ‘Other Desert Cities’

It’s Christmas Eve, 2004, but all is not “merry and bright” at the Palm Springs home of arch conservatives, Lyman and Polly Wyeth. Their ultra-liberal daughter, Brooke, is home ...Full Article

Raise A Glass For Literacy

A local author will debut his first book for young readers Friday and use the happy occasion to promote literacy in developing countries. Huntington resident James Perez will discuss ...Full Article

Dogs Have Their Day At Town Hall

Four parks in the Town of Huntington are officially going to the dogs, but in the best possible way. That’s because the Huntington Town Board voted Jan. 7 not ...Full Article

Paramount Sets Stage To Pop The Question

A sold-out crowd at The Paramount cheered on a Long Island couple who, thanks to a crafty future groom and the cooperation of the band, got engaged onstage midway ...Full Article

‘The Nutcracker’ Takes Over Long Island

Seiskaya Ballet Performances at Stony Brook University Dec. 20-23 The Seiskaya Ballet of St. James will perform “The Nutcracker” at Stony Brook University’s Staller Center for the Arts. The ...Full Article

New Stamp Is Local Artist’s Design

If that stamp you just put on that envelope has a picture of a flower on it, it may have been designed by a Huntington resident. The United States ...Full Article

Caring Santa Sensitive To Sensory Needs

Admittedly, despite the contagious festive spirit in the air, it is hard for most children and adults to put on a happy face while waiting in line during the ...Full Article

The Voice Of The Doobies

The first time he heard his voice on the radio, Michael McDonald was just 16 years old. A small R&B station in his hometown St. Louis played his cover ...Full Article

The Dix Hills Roots Of Writer Djuna Barnes

These days a lot of attention is being paid to the preservation of John Coltrane’s house in Dix Hills as a tangible reminder of the presence of one of ...Full Article