Claude Slotnick is a firm believer that it’s all about the journey, not the destination. This theme is the driving force behind his play The Falls, which premieres on the Theater for the New City stage this weekend.
The play centers around Nina and Dodge, who meet at a bar and the next morning decide to take a spontaneous road trip to Niagara Falls.
Slotnick, a Plainview native, says the play is not so much about the couple being at Niagara Falls as it is about them getting there.
The Board of Education welcomed its newest member, Michael Beneventano, last week during a reorganization meeting at which trustees and officers took their oaths of office.
School district attorney Gary Steffanetta administered the oath of office to Beneventano, as well as to District Clerk John O’Brien and Superintendent Maureen Bright.
The Board of Education then held an election of the Board of Officers for the 2014-15 year. The oath of office was also administered to the President of the Board of Education Phil Heckler, Vice President Kevin Carroll, Secretary Brenda Judson, and Deputy District Treasurer James Mott.
Family, friends, school administrators and honored guests cheered on the Hicksville High School Class of 2014 recently, as students took their place as the 100th graduating class in the district’s history.
“Each of you has contributed to the fabric and culture of Hicksville High School and the broader community,” said Principal Raymond Williams in his opening address. “I am thankful and honored to be part of this ceremony celebrating you, the graduates.”
When I became gluten and dairy- free back in 2008, there weren’t many options available to me as far as bakery items was concerned. But as time went on and the need presented itself more and more, products began to flood the market and more happy eating days began to present themselves, especially here in Hicksville.
On a recent excursion through Hicksville, I came upon “Allie’s GF Goodies”, a new custom gluten-free bakery that is tree-nut free as well as kosher.
Each item that peered up enticingly from behind the glass looked better than the next, and soon, my husband was spending a few bucks on some “Sneakydoodles”, a gluten-free, vegetarian version of a Snickerdoodle.
In March, six enterprising teenagers founded CH3, a youth chapter of nonprofit ogranization Children’s Hope India, in hopes of making a difference in the community. Their first goal was to raise $3,000 to
send two local homeless children to a summer day camp.
Four months and three fundraisers later, the girls have not only met their goal, but far surpassed it. They were able to raise over $12,000 and will be sending three kids to the eight-week Young People’s
Day Camps this summer.
Growing up on Long Island, Christopher Mercaldo remembers how as a child, he spent countless hours with his family, marveling at the many different rides and attractions that Adventureland amusement park in Farmingdale had to offer.
It's a feeling he's captured in his upcoming book, Images of Modern America: Adventureland which hits bookshelves June 16, providing readers old and young with over 50 years of memories at the theme-park.
Automat's 9th Annual Car Show brought in a large crowd of cars as well as spectators for an event that, according to Automat owner Roger Browner, makes any other car show seem boring.
Automat, a family run business since 1956, was founded by Eric Browner and is now run by his two sons, Tim and Roger Browner.
Around 300 cars showed up at the Automat Car Show in Hicksville. The show was open for everyone and free for exhibitors and spectators.
Catering to its environmentally and health-conscious customers, West East All Natural Bistro and Bar in Hicksville has taken the step to eliminate soda off its menu.
According to owner and health coach Raquel Jadeja, soda is not something that the individuals who frequent West East Bistro look for in a meal. “We did look at sales and see what we sell in soda on a weekly basis and it was so negligible,” she explained. “It’s just not something our clientele looks for.”
It’s not every day you see Tina Fey and Amy Poehler shopping at your neighborhood retail store. But that was the case last Thursday as camera crews, producers, makeup artists, bodyguards and some of the funniest people in Hollywood descended upon the Big Lots in Hicksville to film a scene for Universal Studios’ upcoming comedy, The Nest.
With the start of summer comes lazy days by the pool and picnics in the park. But the Hicksville Public Library wants to make sure reading’s also on the top of your child’s summer to-do list. Signups for the popular summer reading program start June 30.
Children will be rewarded a prize when they give in a list of books they read to the librarian. Children can also bring in a picture or small report about the book and the library will create a summer reading club magazine of all their pictures and stories, which will be handed out at the program’s final show.
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