Monthly Archive:: July 2018

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St. Matthias Church on North Bellmore-Wantagh Border Up for Landmark Status

A commissioner from the Town of Hempstead Landmarks Preservation Commission has filed an application under his own name to landmark the St. Matthias Episcopal Church at 2856 Jerusalem Avenue in North Bellmore. The church, which has straddled the communities of Bellmore

Actor Danny Aiello Receives LIIFETime Achievement Award

The LIIFE Awards night – at least for a little while –  belonged to veteran character actor Danny Aiello, who was presented with the LIIFETime Achievement Award. He has appeared in “Moonstruck,” “City Hall,” “Do The Right Thing,” “The Purple Rose
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LIIFE Unwinds At Bellmore Movies Through July 19

With the 21st Anniversary of the Long Island International Film Expo scheduled from today through Thursday, July 19, at the historic Bellmore Movies, 222 Pettit Avenue, Bellmore, this year’s film rotation includes among the best short- and feature-length independent films from

LICAWS, Assemblywoman Call for New Study on American Water

DOUGLAS FINLAY Under the chants of “We want public water now”  co-directors Claudia Broecky and Dave Denenberg of Long Island Clean Air Water and Soil Ltd. of Merrick were joined by New York State Assemblywoman Christine Pellegrino of the 9th District

A Few Minutes with On Tour Director Sal Salerno

Calhoun High School junior Jackson Katz is a member of the On Tour Club. Working on lighting and sound projects, he was eager to know more about the whole On Tour experience, what it might be like to experience the four-year

Jones Beach Boardwalk Cafe Open for the Summer!

The $20 million remake of the Jones Beach Boardwalk Café has opened its doors once more on the boardwalk at the Central Mall, moving away from the sit-down restaurant venue of the 1960 and offering instead a food court environment in