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Spring Dining Opens Up

Spring’s in full bloom and diners will be excited once again to get out and into milder weather to discover – and indeed indulge – in the newest and latest creations from all the well-known local chefs. Not only are there
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Library Museum Passes Rock!

DOUGLAS FINLAY One of the more popular and growing programs at local libraries in recent years is the addition of museum passes to repertories that enable families of up to six to enjoy a full day’s outing at a local children’s
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Transforming Thanksgiving Leftovers

DOUGLAS FINLAY Thanksgiving is a quintessential American holiday – the other being the Fourth the July – in which people rejoice and give thanks for all they have. During this four-day holiday extravaganza,  thoughts of  parades pervade the air, along with
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Merrick Author Launches First Novel

At the age of 19 Lonnie Ostrow was, like many men with sensibilities his age, trying to find his way through, reading poetry and playing guitar. He even strung together a couple of songs, writing both the music and lyrics. Many
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Bellmore’s Christmas Tree Lighting and Holiday Extravaganza

After putting up snowflakes all over town, and welcoming Santa Claus the day after Thanksgiving with stops all around town, The Chamber of Commerce of the Bellmores continues with the festive holiday season with its annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Holiday
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MAP Students Hold Shakespeare Festival

The question was to be or not to be and students at the Meadowbrook Alternative Program in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District held the answer as they performed in the sixth annual Shakespeare Festival. Julia Grandville, Anthony Zimmardi, Kat Tzorzis