Monthly Archive:: July 2015

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Comedy Fundraiser Memorializes Local 9/11 First Responders will hold the comic fundraising event “Moms Gone Wild” for the Angela’s House charity at the Bellmore Movies on Wednesday, August 12, to raise funds in memory of Bellmore, Merrick and Wantagh firefighters who sacrificed their lives during the collapse
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Local Artist Develops Worldwide Following

North Merrick resident Irwin Berson has been a creative artist and talent all his life who has traveled worldwide and now has paintings hanging in homes all over the country – and abroad. He came to his mediums of watercolor and

Pride For Youth Find Hope in New Court Ruling

By Sharon Jonas The recent landmark decision by the Supreme Court allowing same-sex couples to marry in all 50 states may offer new hope for members of the Pride for Youth community in Bellmore and surrounding communities who feel they are

McDonough’s School Supply in High Gear

Assemblyman Dave McDonough (R,C,I-Merrick) is sponsoring his annual school supplies drive. McDonough said he is proud to once again sponsor this event as a way to help local families in difficult financial situations. As a longtime proponent of education, the assemblyman

Summer Wine Refreshment!

Something to Wine About By Linda Delmonico Prussen For many people the warm weather doesn’t mean only a change in one’s closet, but also a change in one’s wine refrigerator. While some red wine drinkers stay true year ‘round to their
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Summertime – and the BBQing’s Easy

(photo courtesy Shari Forcht Gish) Nothing seems better in summer than beaches and pools – and barbecues. With warm weather all a round, there are sure to be plenty of barbecues this summer, whether they’re in the backyards for close family,