Book Revue’s Successor Plans to Open on New York Avenue

The successor to the Book Revue said Thursday that it has found its new, permanent home, at 204 New York Ave., Huntington. The Next Chapter’s Mallory Braun said a lot of work remains to be done before the store can open, and until then, it Read More …

Book Store Plan’s Supporters Turn Out for Fun

Supporters of an effort to open a new bookstore in downtown Huntington gathered Thursday night to listen to  music and take their shot at winning a raffle for a variety of gifts. The band Drop the 4 played at Industry Lounge & Gallery, and Mallory Read More …

Fundraiser Boosts Successor to Book Revue

The owner of a book store planned for downtown Huntington as a successor to the Book Revue has launched a fundraising campaign to make her dream come true. Mallory Braun, 28, a former manager at the Book Revue, wants to launch The Next Chapter, with Read More …

Letter: Farewell to the Book Revue, a Mainstay of Huntington Life

To the Editor: Many residents have reached out to me following the announcement of the September 30th closing of Book Revue in Huntington Village. While the news is heartbreaking, it’s been heartwarming to see the universal outpouring of support and affection for this iconic independent Read More …

Update: Book Revue Facing Eviction in September

The Book Revue, a staple of downtown Huntington life for decades, is facing eviction, Newsday reported Monday. It quoted Emerson Dobbs III, principal with 263-265 Main Corner LLC, which owns the building,  who said the company took the tenant to court over a failure to Read More …

Book Revue Shifts Sales Models to Adapt to Epidemic

Book Revue is Long Island’s largest independently owned book store, but much like many other businesses they were greatly affected by the Coronavirus. The store has been around since 1977 and is a staple of Huntington village life. When the Coronavirus first hit in March, Read More …

Ambassador Gargano Speaks on Rebuilding After Sept.11 Attack

Ambassador Charles Gargano met with supporters at Mac’s Steakhouse Thursday night before heading to the Book Revue for a reading of his book, From the Ground Up, Rebuilding Ground Zero to Re-Engineering America. Gargano, who worked in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, Read More …

Arts Roundup: Andrew Dice Clay, Dan Bongino & Goli Mahallati

 Meet visual artist Goli Mahallati at LaMantia Gallery in Northport, meet writer Dan Bongino as he speaks about and signs copies of his new book, Exonerated: The Failed Takedown of President Donald Trump by the Swamp, at Book Revue, and experience the Beatles in concert Read More …

Arts Roundup: Live Music, After-Hours Cinema and Comedy

HuntingtonNow has you covered with live music and entertainment, comedy, visual arts and much more this week. From musical performances in the galleries after hours at The Heckscher Museum, to laugh out loud comedy at The Paramount. Check out some of the upcoming arts and Read More …

Shelf Life: Poet Greg Moglia to Speak at Book Revue

Greg Moglia, Huntington resident and award-winning poet, is speaking at Book Revue Thursday about his book, a new collection of poems: A Man Is Not Supposed To Give In To Tears. Moglia is an adjunct professor of philosophy of education at New York University, in addition Read More …