Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last Saturday that the new variant of COVID-19, originally found in the UK, has made its way to our shores. A 64-year-old Massapequa man tested positive for the new strain on Dec. 27. So far, four New Yorkers have tested positive for the mutated version of the virus. The case is
Layla’s Dance and Drum Hosts an Array of Classes including a Fun Weekly Roller-Skating Dance Session
Cecilie Klaus always had a passion for music and dance since she was little. While studying dance in London, however, she picked up a hobby: roller skating. She ogled dancers who graced the rink floor with their skating technique and learned from them. Their inspiration led to Klaus coming back to her home of France
Democrats are calling for the immediate resignation of Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY, 1) for, “delegitimizing our electoral process, thereby undermining our faith in our democratic institutions,” according to Jay S. Jacobs who’s the chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee. A petition has been created, demanding Zeldin, along with Congressmembers Chris Jacobs (R-NY, 27),
Huntington’s Jason Galloza: How He Went from Being a Monster On “Men in Black 3” to Playing a Thug in “Power Book II: Ghost”
The fast-pace plot-twisting drama and spinoff “Power Book II: Ghost” has received a great response with the son of the infamous Ghost, Tariq, played by Michael Rainey Jr., taking the lead, balancing school, drug dealing and all the changing relationships in his life. In a short but tense scene, Huntington was represented as Jason Galloza
Christmas Eve is less than two weeks away, and it’s time to start figuring out holiday plans. As the weather gets colder and the holiday season begins, COVID-19 cases have been on the rise. The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) already urged families to only spend the upcoming winter holidays with their immediate
For seven years, Mary Leming, a former public school English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher, has given up time every Thursday and Saturday to continue her passion – teaching. After retiring early, Leming found an opportunity to teach ESL voluntarily at the Port Jefferson library. Leming teaches beginner English to locals from all backgrounds
Tee Talk interview with Rapper Jay Fly Drippy. Watch as we talk about why he claims being a “Mumble Rapper”, how he is the new Tupac and more.
Long Islanders have officially hit the holiday season! This means people will be lining up in stores to buy their loved ones gifts, or will be COVID-safe and buy all their gifts online this year. Because of the effects of the pandemic, small businesses have suffered economic loss. So, here’s our top 10 small minority-owned
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