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Cupid's Corner: Long Island Valentine's Day 2016 Events for Kids

Valentine's Day isn't just a holiday for adults, it's for kids too!

Submissions For 19th Annual Long Island International Film Expo (LIIFE) Open Now Through March 1st!

Nassau County Film Commissioner Debra Markowitz recently announced that Filmmaker submissions for the 2016 Long Island International Film Expo are now open!

LongIsland.com’s 2016 February Family Fun Guide: Super Bowl Parties, Romantic Valentine’s Dinners, Black History Month, and More!

This short month is filled to the brim with parties, dinners, programs, and fun activities!

Taste Classic Cajun/Creole Cooking and Follow the Party for Mardi Gras

Put your diet to the side and dive in to the rich, tasty Southern foods that make Mardi Gras so unique!

Adelphi University Presents Looking Through: Photography, Race & Identity

The Adelphi University Exhibitions Program is proud to present the curatorial debut of Hannah Allen Smith, assistant professor of photography and digital media, with her captivating exhibit Looking Through: Photography, Race & Identity that features photographers Shikeith, ...

Long Island State Parks Celebrate Black History Month

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is pleased to announce that the Long Island State Park Region will be hosting two interactive programs as well as cultural displays in celebration of Black ...

Eugene O’Neill’s A Moon for the Misbegotten at Staller Center for the Arts, Stony Brook University - Saturday, February 13

A Moon for the Misbegotten, Eugene O’Neill’s last play and only true love story, will be presented by Staller Center for the Arts on Main Stage, Saturday, February 13 at 8 pm, performed by actors from Philadelphia’s ...

Award-Winning LI Comic Steve GB and Moth Grand Slam Winner Tracey Segarra Join Line-Up of February Storytelling Show in Port Jefferson

(mostly) TRUE THINGS, a monthly storytelling show that features true stories - with a twist - told live, without notes and the only one of its kind on Long Island will feature award-winning Long Island comic and ...

Fun Ways To Enjoy Super Bowl Sunday That Have Absolutely Nothing To Do With Football

Escape the Super Bowl Sunday madness by attending one of these great events, or participating in one of these non-football related activities!

East End Arts Annual Members' Art Show - Out of Your Mind, Show Dates January 29 - March 4, 2016

The East End Arts Gallery is pleased to announce their annual non-juried, all media Members’ Show, this year themed Out of your Mind.

Back by Popular Demand for Black History Month -- Running Scared, Running Free: Escape to the Promised Land

In honor of Black History Month Long Islanders can truly celebrate the meaning of freedom with WMHO’s acclaimed Running Scared, Running Free: Escape to the Promised Land.

Philip Edward Fisher Returns to Adelphi University on Saturday, January 16

—Program Highlights All Four of Chopin’s Ballades—

East End Arts Announces New Events Coordinator: Sherre M.C. Elder

East End Arts is proud to announce a new addition to their staff: Sheree M.C. Elder, new Events Coordinator.

LongIsland.com’s 2016 January Family Fun Guide: Kick-Start Your Year with Wonderful Winter Fairs, Concerts, and Wedding Expos!

January is full of fun wintery events and cozy concerts, as well as outdoor events designed to keep you focused on your resolutions!

"Amusements In Nature” by Jonathan Pearlman and Photography by Steven Schreiber, Jan.19 - Feb. 20, 2016 at Suffolk County Community College

East Quogue’s Johnathan Pearlman constructs sculptures from found objects – lost and collected. Old shoes and wooden wheels, wire and glue are some of the materials Pearlman works with.

True Stories – With A Twist – Featured In Unique Port Jefferson Live Show

TRUE THINGS, a monthly storytelling show that features true stories - with a twist - told live, without notes and the only one of its kind on Long Island will have its first performance of 2016 on ...

East End Arts Announces 2015 Recipient of the Mark Gatz Memorial Scholarship: Cole Hempel, Piano Student

East End Arts is pleased to announce that Cole Hempel of Westhampton Beach, a student of the East End Arts School’s music program, is the award recipient of the Mark Gatz Memorial Scholarship Fund's 2015 music scholarship.

Tis the Season for Fun: LI's Upcoming Holiday Parades!

The holiday season is in full swing, and although we're almost half way through December, there's still time to catch a Christmas Parade right here on Long Island!

Reserve Your Spot: Winter 2015-16 Holiday Theatre Performances Happening on Long Island

Get in the holiday spirit this season by attending one of the many wonderful holiday theatre performances happening on Long Island!

Mangano Announces Candlelight Evenings And Holiday Craft Show At Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano today announced that the Candlelight Evenings at Old Bethpage Village Restoration will take place on December 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th from 5:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
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