Monthly Archive:: September 2014

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Mepham’s Night on Broadway

Last weekend the Skull & Bones Drama Club of Mepham High School held its annual fundraiser performance with a two-act Broadway revue ensemble conceived, directed and performed by the students. With the direction of faculty advisor Edward Grosskreuz, the student actors

Serengeti Design Studios Expands Offerings, Customer Service

Femy and Sheila Aziz of Serengeti Design Studios celebrated with a special re-opening earlier in September with the Merrick Chamber of Commerce after successfully transferring their studio from 1421 Merrick Avenue, at the corner of Smith Street, to their new spacious

One-Man Comedy-Play Debut has Broadway Watching

Australian actor-comedian-writer Jim Dailakis has a story to tell. It’s a one-man comedy play called “Skitso,” several skits of characters that have made him who he is and have brought him to the Bellmore Theatre. But the story is not solely

Many Free High Holiday Services Available

Just a day  before Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and one of the holiest days on the Jewish calendar, there are still many Jews who have no plans to attend synagogue services. Some of these Jews are not affiliated with

New On-line Food Market Debuts in Merrick

A new online food market that provides high-quality foods at affordable prices had its distribution debut in Merrick last week at Temple Israel. OurHarvest, with other pick-up locations including East Meadow and Hicksville, began when two Long Island childhood friends, Scott

He Walks and Prays for all During Rosh Hashanah

Call it inspirational, spiritual, religious, transcendental, compassionate, divine, all of which may befit a person who gathers hundreds of names once a year to pray for them as he walks the towns where they live, reciting their names in the hope