Art & Music

Spring Fever
Roslyn’s esteemed museum celebrates the beauty and bounty of nature now that spring has sprung. Read Full Article
Book Roundup of LI Authors 2012
A roundup of books published by people who live, play and apparently, work here. Website Exclusive! Read Full Article
November: The Horror
Are you tired of raking leaves? Does it seem like they're out to get you sometimes? Read Full Article
God’s Pocket & Ida
It’s a double feature this month as our resident critic Dylan Skolnick looks at two tales that blend hope and hopelessness. Read Full Article
Cass Dillon
Rockville Centre’s multitalented tunesmith is a folk indie in the first degree. But that doesn’t stop him from dropping hip-hop with a cellist, appearing in movies with Anne Hathaway or Ethan Hawke and soon, starring in Robbie Woliver’s stage adaptation of 1960s Greenwich Village. Yes, you need to know Cass Dillon. Read Full Article
A Voice All Grown Up
The prolific former prodigy is all grown-up in this interview with our Brian Kelly. The Bright Eyes frontman is seeing clearly about himself and the future. Read Full Article
An Oasis of Art and Nature
Isamu Noguchi was one of the most important artists of the 20th century. Once Jenny Dixon met him, it was inevitable that she’d someday keep watch over his legacy. Read Full Article
Playlist May 2014
Four live recordings and a new offering from an established veteran round out this month’s picks. Read Full Article
Long Island Poetry: A World Café
In honor of poetry month we interviewed the international poets laureate of Nassau and Suffolk counties whose verse spans international borders Read Full Article
A New Leader, A New Season
The Bay Street Theatre takes the view that Long Islanders are ready for something sophisticated and challenging on the local level. It starts this month. Read Full Article
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WEHM’s New Release Tuesdays May 2014
Harry Wareing’s picks for 92.9 and 96.9 WEHM New Release Tuesdays (airing every Tuesday from 9–10pm) run the gamut from smooth grooves to danceable ecstasy. Read Full Article
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