Despite the shadow of the budget cuts that will eliminate the theatre arts program’s major and minor tracks in a few years, the students involved in “Thanks for Theatre” have
“Sara Greenberger Rafferty: Gloves Off,” Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery's newest exhibit which opened on Nov. 2, encourages viewers to critically reflect upon and assess both the
Overall, “SYRE” is an enjoyable listening experience most of the way through, even if the constant tone and tempo switches are exhausting at times.
With its uplifting story, exuberant score and likable characters, “Annie” has earned its place as one of the most famous Broadway musicals.
From playing at family birthday parties to jamming on live Facebook sessions with over 12,000 viewers, SWIM’s new philosophy has given the band a second chance.
"Vikings" season five debuted on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 9 p.m. on the History Channel.
Long Islanders rekindled their love for vinyls on Nov. 24 by purchasing exclusive album pressings from independently owned record stores in celebration of Record Store Day’s
Lil Peep, known to some as Gustav Åhr from Long Island, was a walking canvas, and not just because of the copious amount of tattoos that he sported, like “crybaby” inked
It is time to face the facts: singer-songwriter Morrissey is no longer the charming frontman he was in The Smiths. God bless him, he tries. But Morrissey is in the third act