Hofstra Professor Publishes Book to Help Young Adults Thrive in Life

A recently released book by Hofstra University professor of psychology Dr. Jeffrey Froh focuses on the issues young adults in their 20’s go through in modern-day times by sharing student, client, and personal stories.  The Greenlawn author’s book is “Thrive: 10 Commandments for 20-Somethings to Read More …

Student Works On View at Heckscher Museum

The Heckscher Museum has 79 works by student artists on display this month, chosen from a record 399 submissions. The exhibition, reflecting the works of students from 58 Long Island schools, is on view in the galleries through May 29. Curator Karli Wurzelbacher and guest Read More …

Board Schedules Public Hearing on Law’s ‘Glamping’ Provision

The Huntington Town Board voted Tuesday to schedule a public hearing on ending permission for campgrounds to offer overnight “glamping.” The hearing is scheduled for the June 14Town Board meeting. The Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts had applied to allow up to 70 tents Read More …

New Executive Director Named at Art League

Marianne Della Croce has been named executive director of the Art League of Long Island. She has worked in nonprofit management for more than 20 years, with experience in grant writing, programming, leadership and fundraising. She has a Master of Arts in Anthropology and Museum Read More …

Cinema Arts Centre Re-Opens

More than two years after the Covid-19 epidemic first forced Cinema Arts Centre to close, the iconic theater has reopened to the public. The space underwent significant renovations, including new seats, carpeting, updated ventilation, celings, cafe tables and more. The floors in the theaters have Read More …

Art League Looking to Add 4 Resident Artists

The  Art League of Long Island is inviting applications to become resident artists for one year Four Long Island-based visual and interdisciplinary artists will be chosen effective in September. Resident artists can use the league’s studios and classes to expand their skills, working with mentors, Read More …

Huntington Scavenger Hunt to Retrace Steps of Painter

A community-wide scavenger hunt to spot the places painted by landscape painter Edward Lange gets underway Saturday and will run through May 31. Edward Lange, a German immigrant, worked in and around Huntington  during the 1870s and 1880s, recording scenes of the local life and Read More …

This Week: Earth Day Celebrations, Open Mic Night

Earth-Day events, blood drives, library activities, and pizza-making with the cops are some of the many activities this week around Huntington. Monday  Clear some of the shelves in your pantry and donate some nonperishables to Helping Hand Rescue Mission, 225 Broadway, Huntington Stations. Donations are Read More …

Fundraiser to Support Cinema Arts Centre’s Reopening

Business owners and leaders from around the Huntington area will gather April 14 to support and celebrate the reopening of the Cinema Arts Centre. Several elected officials, along with business representatives, will participate in the fundraiser, which will feature jazz, food, craft beer, wine and Read More …

Heckscher Museum to Host Virtual Panel on Environmental Justice

The Heckscher Museum of Art, Long Island artist Jeremy Dennis, and Stony Brook Professor Mark Chambers are planning a virtual panel to discuss environmental justice on Long Island. The free event is scheduled for April 5 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm Registration is required. Heckscher.org/mayhewpanel Read More …

Huntington Arts Council Names New Director

The Huntington Arts Council has chosen Kieran Johnson as its executive director. He succeeds Marc Courtade, who retired recently. Johnson has been with the arts council for more than four years, serving as director of community partnerships and development, and as business manager. “Johnson’s work Read More …