Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

August’s Charity of the Month: Scanlon’s Traveling Salon   Eileen Scanlon, a Licensed Cosmetologist, whose mission is to cultivate a community based on kindness, respect and equality, runs Scanlon’s Traveling Salon. With its catchy slogan, Where Style Comes to You, Scanlon’s Traveling
Poets' Corner

Abundance of Letters

By: Alexandra H. Rodrigues   Will I be able to abandon the abundance of letters Those collected for over years and years? Filled with thoughts of long forgotten matters Speaking about hopes, wishes and fears. They had gotten stashed in numerous files To bridge between my mother and me The distance of over three thousand […]
Helping You Help Others

Helping You Help Others

August’s Charity of the Month: Scanlon’s Traveling Salon   Scanlon’s Traveling Salon is run by Eileen Scanlon, a Licensed Cosmetologist whose mission is to cultivate a community based on kindness, respect and equality. With its catchy slogan, Where Style Comes to You, Scanlon’s Traveling Salon serves an abundance of people across Long Island. As a […]
Poets' Corner

Reflections on a Setting Sun

By: John McGowan A zigzag procession from a setting sun Frees my soul to become as one With Nature as my muse Entanglements of the day Are miraculously released For the moment, problems have ceased Taking the time to get away And witness this reflection on the bay Was well worthwhile in its unique array
Video

Meet The Cast of Cabaret

Willkommen, bienvenue, and welcome to the infamous Kit Kat Klub, where a raucous ensemble takes the stage nightly to tantalize the crowd – and to leave their troubles outside. Featured interviews Josh Canfield Cortney Wolfson Steven Grant Douglas Steve Brady Alex Puette Adriana Milbrath Aug 1, 2018 – Aug 18, 2018 at The Gateway Playhouse Set […]
Community News

Robotics Camp

Middle school students got an introduction to the Massapequa School District’s robust robotics program during a four-day camp. Eighteen students entering sixth, seventh and eighth grades took part in the annual program, which was held in the high school’s technology wing and totaled 24 hours of instruction, planning, programming and testing. Participants learned about
Community News

Open for Business

Incoming second-graders in the Smithtown Central School District have the chance to run their own restaurant. As part of the district’s Extended Year Program, the students in Richard Hurley’s class run their own mock restaurant to tie into their lessons and theme of Healthy Body, Healthy Minds. Prior to the restaurant’s “opening,” students learned about […]