Monthly Archive:: November 2014

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North Bellmore Civic Association Changes Top Leadership

(photo: Stu Weinstein) After 10 years as president of the North Bellmore Civic Association, which tackled neighborhood issues such as Western Beef, the Army base, beautifying Jerusalem Avenue, proliferation of cell towers into the community and expansion of Stop & Shop,

Merrick Women Show Dr. Oz How it’s Done

By Sharon Jonas For her mother Maxine Cohen’s 69th birthday, Terri Lieberman of Merrick thought it would be fun to go into the city to see a taping of the Doctor Oz TV show. When filling out the online ticket request
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Local Chefs: What’s For Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is a quintessential American holiday – like the Fourth the July – in which people for over two centuries have rejoiced and given thanks for the goodness and bounty harvested from the fields and the earth. Thoughts of food, football,

North Merrick Library Launches Oral History Project

The North Merrick Public Library invites you to come and be a part of its day-long oral history project on Friday, November 28. This is an opportunity to record your memories of the library on video. Share with us what the
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Annual Brotherhood Council Thanksgiving Concert Sunday @2 p.m.

(File photo) The many voices of the Merricks will once again be heard at the annual free Thanksgiving Concert scheduled for 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 23. The site of the festivities will be the auditorium at Calhoun High School, State

Local Band Kamellot Opens New Club Savoy

Kamellot, the high-energy R&B dance band comprising members of the Kennedy High School alumni, will play a series of performances over the winter at the Savoy Tavern to help inaugurate the new Club Savoy, a club on Friday and Saturday nights