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An Afternoon In Tuscany


From left: Angela Susan Anton, Lorraine Bracco, Joan MacNaughton and Susan Gordon Ryan (seated)

One hundred smartly dressed women arrived at the Phipps Mansion of Old Westbury Gardens recently for a day in Tuscany to benefit the Children in Bloom program. [Read more…]

‘A Suitcase Of Memories’ In Jericho


Lydia Sabosto performs at the Jericho library Nov. 22.

The Syosset-Jericho community is in for a musical treat, as Lydia Sabosto takes attendees on a journey of sights, sounds and memories at the Jericho library on Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. [Read more…]

Students Take The Cardboard Challenge

By Jacquie O’Neill

Robert Seaman Elementary School Students recently took part in the Global Cardboard Challenge, an annual event that celebrates child creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it.


Students proudly display their work. (Photos by Darlene Pergola-Apolant)

Presented by the Imagination Foundation and inspired by the short film, Caine’s Arcade, the challenge spurred children of all ages to imagine and build a structure using cardboard and recycled materials. Each grade level in the elementary school had a different engineering design challenge as to encourage diverse projects. The criteria for the engineering challenge became more difficult as the grade level increased. [Read more…]

Friends, Romans And Jericho Natives

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Shakespeare and mobsters sound like an unlikely mix, but the two join forces in the upcoming movie Friends and Romans. [Read more…]

Milleridge Sale Strains Village


This could be the last village fair. (Photos by Chris Boyle)

Nestled in a nook behind the historic Milleridge Inn is its fabled Milleridge Village, an eclectic collection of shops and craft vendors that features a charming vibe recalling a calm, quaint New England village—a refreshing respite from the hustle and bustle of North Broadway in Jericho. [Read more…]

The JerEcho Offers ‘The Weeknd’

By Neeva Shafiian

JerEcho_Weeknd_101415BIn 2010, a little known Canadian singer and lyrical genius stole the hearts of hardcore R&B music fans with a new breed of dark love songs. Abel Tesfaye, who goes by the intentionally misspelled moniker The Weeknd, sings about love and vice above an irresistible beat. His voice, which alternates between soft and gloomy to raspy and powerful, brings vitality to words that speak of death. He produces lyrics that describe painful abuse, somber self-indulgence and a captivating love. After he dropped a couple mixtapes, The Weeknd caught the attention of rap virtuoso Kanye West and soon after he began collaborating with artists like Drake and Ariana Grande. [Read more…]

Jericho Junior Walks For ‘Poppy’

Team Poppy 2015At this past Sunday’s 15th annual Long Island Pancreatic Cancer Walk held at Jones Beach, more than $1 million was raised by 465 teams. Jericho High School junior Samantha Lustberg, whose grandfather Alan Lustberg passed away in 2013 from pancreatic cancer, has made it one of her goals to see this disease eradicated in her lifetime so no one else loses a loved one. [Read more…]

Milleridge Meeting Offers Hope


Sheila Doherty began the Milleridge Inn meeting. (Photos by Steve Mosco)

With history on their minds and personal memories in tow, more than 100 people showed support for the Milleridge Inn at a town hall-style meeting at the Knights of Columbus in Hicksville Oct. 7. [Read more…]

Meeting Set For ‘Save The Milleridge’

MilleridgeA[1]The Milleridge Inn, facing an uncertain future as its owner eyes retirement, will be the subject of a special community meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. [Read more…]

Temple Builds It Local

Sukkah_100715ATemple Or Elohim recently built, and filled, a brand new Sukkah to accommodate a marked increase in its membership.

Sukkah is a temporary outdoor structure that is used to eat in and to conduct prayers during the holiday of Sukkot, a Jewish holiday occurring for five days following Yom Kippur—this year, it ran from Sept. 27 to Oct. 4. The holiday marks the 40 years that the Israelites wandered the desert, living in huts, and celebrates the harvest yield of fruits and vegetables that provided sustenance for these people. [Read more…]