Masks on Main Art Walk Brings Residents to Downtown

An art crawl brought residents to downtown Huntington Saturday to watch artists at work. The Masks on Main program had displays at 15 locations, including restaurants, stores and the Huntington Public Library. Outside the Value Drug, residents could decorate paper masks at a Spirit of Read More …

Splashes of Hope Looking for Volunteers for Medical Worker Mural

Splashes of Hope is seeking volunteer artists to contribute to a salute to medical workers who have been battling the Covid-19 epidemic. Volunteer artists are asked to contribute designs, in any medium, for a 4×8 foot mural that will be hung in a hospital. Designs Read More …

Art Contest to Celebrate Women’s Right to Vote

Students in Huntington are invited to to participate in an art contest celebrating the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote. The contest is co-sponsored by the Town of Huntington and the League of Women Voters and Read More …

Shelf Life: Debbie De Louise on Mysteries, Cats, and Connecting

Long Island librarian and novelist Debbie De Louise integrates her passion for reading with a passion for writing. De Louise self-published her first book, Cloudy Rainbow, in 2008, and has since had seven books traditionally published. “I’ve written steadily since 2015,” the author said. “I’ve Read More …

Shelf Life: Huntington Book Club Approaches 20-Year Milestone

Huntington offers a wide range of library and business-sponsored book groups, and there are countless discussion groups that locals put together on their own. One enduring local book club is just shy of its 20-year milestone. “Some years ago we started referring to ourselves as Read More …

Shelf Life: Bonnie Grubman on the Value of Picture Books

Bonnie Grubman finds endless enthusiasm in writing for children. “I love kids, and I’ve always loved picture books,” she said. “I think they are the most important books written.”  Before moving to Long Island, and before becoming an author, Grubman grew up in Queens. She Read More …

Shelf Life: Kerriann Flanagan Brosky on Sharing Long Island History

Huntington resident Kerriann Flanagan Brosky is a many-titled woman. In addition to being an author, she is also a photographer, Long Island historian, foodie, and ghost investigator.  While studying for her BFA in photography from Long Island University, Brosky became a photo intern for Newsday. Read More …