Democrat Sanin Seeks Huntington Supervisor Seat

Rebecca Sanin, the president and CEO of Health and Welfare Council of Long Island and a former Suffolk County assistant deputy county executive, wants to be the Town of Huntington’s next supervisor. “I love the Town of Huntington – currently it’s being mismanaged,” Sanin, a Read More …

Berland Working to Return to Suffolk Legislature

Susan Berland, the Suffolk County Legislature majority leader, is seeking re-election for the 16 th legislative district. She said she has the right mix of compassion and fiscal responsibility to lead the district through the recovery from the pandemic and other challenges impacting the region. Read More …

Maritime Film Festival Set at Cinema Arts

Cinema Arts Centre is partnering with Long Island Traditions, and the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center in Patchogue to host a two-month-long Maritime Film Festival. The series, which starts March 15, examines Long Island’s coastal culture. The  screening of the documentary film “A World Read More …

Huntington’s Raj Tawney Connects to the Past, Through Classic Film

  If you’ve noticed a North Shore resurgence of film screenings of times past – think: Frank Sinatra, Joan Crawford, Alfred Hitchcock and others – chances are  Cinema Arts Centre’s Raj Tawney is behind it. At 31, Tawney, is a publicity director at Cinema Arts. Read More …

In Huntington, Jud Newborn, a Holocaust Expert, Urges Fight for Social Justice

Jud Newborn, a Huntington-based Cinema Arts Centre curator and Holocaust expert, was “deeply moved” to learn he is this year’s Spirit of Anne Frank Human Writes Award honoree. The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect wants to not “simply promote the story of Anne Frank Read More …