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Visionary Veteran An Artist At Heart

Art and artillery usually don’t go together. A man of many talents, Dan Brown, of Dix Hills, is not only a World War II veteran; he is also an ...Full Article

Tattoo Exhibit Sets Sail At Whaling Museum

With roots as a whaling town in the early 1800s, when sailors and fishermen flooded the docks at the small village, it is only fitting that the Sea Ink ...Full Article

Parade, Fair To Celebrate Huntington

The town’s fourth annual celebration of Huntington Station’s history and heritage is just around the corner. Stepping off on Sept. 7 at 11 a.m., the Huntington Awareness Day parade ...Full Article

The Tale Of Walt Whitman’s Stuffed Canary

A few weeks before the great Blizzard of 1888, Walt Whitman published a little poem in the New York Herald celebrating a “Canary Bird.” “Did we count great, O ...Full Article

Fireman’s Fair Provides 111 Years Of Fun

You can hear the smile in Margaret Kissane’s voice as she recalls a time more than 30 years ago when the top prizes at the Greenlawn Fireman’s Fair were ...Full Article

Greenlawn Fireman’s Fair Enters 111th Year

Keeping 111 years of tradition alive, the Greenlawn Fire Department will hold its annual Fireman’s Fair — the longest running Fireman’s Fair in New York State — this Labor ...Full Article

Exclusive Dr. Seuss Exhibit At Northport Gallery

Art enthusiasts and Dr. Seuss fans alike will love the new exhibit at LaMantia Gallery in Northport. Open to all ages, the exhibit features pieces that haven’t been open ...Full Article

Hot Fall Lineup At Dix Hills Arts Center

The Dix Hills Center for the Performing Arts has put together an exciting schedule of fall entertainment events, ranging from a Marylyn Michaels return to a gala benefit and ...Full Article