Hiring: Internships, Beauty Industry Jobs

Looking for work in the Huntington area? Let us hook you up. June proms and weddings mean people need their hair and makeup done, while, with beach season upon us, folks want to be bikini-ready. So it’s no wonder that there are these local openings: Read More …

Arts Roundup: Bargain Art, Music, and Movie Events

You don’t need to be rich to be culturally enriched at happenings this weekend and beyond in the Huntington area. What: Perspective Exhibition Fundraiser for Young Artists with Autism and Development Disabilities Where: Art League of Long Island When: Exhibit ongoing until Saturday, June 15; Read More …

Hiring Happenings, HR Jobs

Looking for work in the Huntington area? Here are events of interest: This Wednesday, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., Development Disabilities Institute will have a Hiring Event. Available positions include Teaching Assistants and Special Education Teachers. Next Wednesday, June 19th, from 11 a.m. to 7 Read More …

Arts Roundup: Art Is in Bloom

“Art in Bloom” is a 2-day event starting Saturday at the Heckscher Museum, but visual art will also blossom at other venues this week and beyond in the Huntington area. What: Diversity in Our Lives Where: Art League of Long Island When: Exhibit ongoing until Read More …

Hiring Happenings, Pharma Jobs

Looking for work within the Town of Huntington? Here are a variety of options. The Cheesecake Factory will be hiring Thursday, from 9 to 11 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m., at 160 Walt Whitman Road, Huntington Station. Available positions include: Dishwasher Prep Cook Line Read More …

Arts Roundup: June Is LGBT Pride Month

At three of these events this week in the Huntington area, you can celebrate, and commemorate, all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. What: MOSAIC Artist Reception and Garden Cocktail Party Where: Cinema Arts Centre When: Saturday, June 1, 1:00 pm About: An afternoon of Read More …

Hiring: Town Government, VA Center Positions

If you don’t think there’s work available in the Huntington area, we’ve got news for you. The Town of Huntington has the following opportunities: Part-Time Laborer – Residential Repair Program Part-Time Recreation Aide Legislative Secretary Meanwhile, here are openings at the federal level, at the Read More …

Celebrate Whitman’s 200th Birthday, and His Poetry, at Birthplace

Walt Whitman may have been born 200 years ago, for which there will be a celebration this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, at Walt Whitman Birthplace Association, but his legacy, and poetry in general, are alive and well in the area. Just ask WWBA’s Executive Director Read More …

Arts Roundup: From Main Street to Beach Boys

Concerts featuring up-and-coming, as well as legendary, bands are among the events this week in the Huntington area. What: Happenings On Main Street Where: Northport Village Park Patio When: Friday, May 24, 7:00 pm About: Northport Arts Coalition kicks off this outdoor series with the Read More …

Hiring: ServSafe Training, Manufacturing Jobs

Looking for work in the Huntington area? We’re serving up some options for you. Huntington Opportunity Resource Center says there is a Virtual Pharmacy Tech Career Fair today from 11 a.m. to 1.p.m., a Mini-Job Fair at Suffolk County One-Stop Employment Center Thursday from 10 Read More …

Arts Roundup: Portraits of Animals, Leaves of Grass

An art show and a poetry reading are among the happenings this week in the Huntington area. What: Camilla d’Errico, Travis Louie, Elements Group Show Where: Haven Gallery When: Ongoing until June 16 About: D’Errico’s “Zodiac” paintings, Louie’s portraits of “Animals That I’ve Known,” and Read More …

Hiring: Employment Events, Child Care Jobs

Looking for work in the Huntington area? Here are some possibilities. The Huntington Opportunity Resource Center mentions Melville Marriott Long Island will be a virtual host of the I Heart Radio Long Island Champions of Diversity Job Fair Thursday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Meanwhile, Read More …

Murder By Death to Play the Paramount Saturday

Despite what you might think, ┬áMurder By Death, which is playing The Paramount Saturday, does not play death metal. As vocalist and guitarist Adam Turla says, they share their moniker with “a silly 70s movie. We knew we were making this dark music but we Read More …