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By Nancy Marr After each decennial census, the Constitution requires each state to re-draw the lines for election districts in order to allocate the number...

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By Barbara Beltrami Carpe diem! Any day now, if it hasn’t already happened, soft shell crabs will be available in fish markets. Usually in season...

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By Linda Toga, Esq. THE FACTS: My sister, Joan, suffers from mental health issues that sometimes make it difficult for her to handle her own...

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By Daniel Dunaief Something is happening in the Twilight Zone of the ocean, but it’s unclear exactly who is involved and how fast the process...

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Plein Air Art Event Saturday, May 18, 2019 10am - 6pm Museum Grounds & Carriage Museum  Inspired by historic structures, beautiful gardens and a world renowned carriage collection, LIMarts...

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MEET MR. T! This week’s featured shelter pet is a wonderful kitty named Mr. T, a 2-year-old orange tabby domestic short-haired cat who loves people!...

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By Erica Cirino 'We are all fragments of the Earth’s collective imagination. From our perceptions of other beings and of places, we create ourselves. From...

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By Daniel Dunaief An improbable relationship between a hot-headed and schlumpy reporter Fred Flarsky, played by Seth Rogen, and a driven and successful Secretary of...

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By Melissa Arnold From as far back as the Middle Ages to the 19th century, the standard setting for art education and professional work was...

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By Rita J. Egan Stand back, theatergoers, “Evita” is in town. On Saturday, May 11, the award-winning musical opened at the Smithtown Center for the...

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