The New York Police Department, fellow officers, local elected officials and community members mourned the loss of NYPD Sgt. Paul J. Tuozzolo Saturday, who was gunned down in the line of duty Friday afternoon by an ex-con from Brentwood. Tuozzolo, 41, a father of two and 19-year police veteran from Huntington, was fatally shot in the head Friday by 35-year-old Manuel Rosales while responding to reports of an armed home invasion at the residence of Rosales’ estranged wife in the Bronx, according to police.
Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre regularly hosts special events and screenings of foreign & independent movies, as opposed to commercial blockbusters. The venue's director of publicity, Raj Tawney, is dedicated to celebrating Hollywood's 'Golden Age' of film by honoring past classics and creating programs that feature legendary cinematic greats, such as legendary Hollywood agent Budd Burton Moss, as well as present-day festivals, such as the Gold Coast International Film Festival. Old and new film fans can therefore share "a reel experience" and enjoy the art of truly great filmmaking, together.
Samantha Fish, Aztec Two Step & Brewer & Shipley rock YMCA Boulton Center; Indigo Girls groove The Space at Westbury; Big Gigantic, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Death from Above 1979 & the Long Island Music Hall of Fame Induction Awards Gala wow The Paramount; Gold Coast International Film Festival amazes movie lovers; Robert Klein, Rita Rudner & Brian Regan crack up NYCB Theatre at Westbury; Fight Night: USA Boxing – NY Metro Championships strike Suffolk Theater; Jake Johannsen floors Goveror's; Wild ‘ N Out Live Comedy Show hits The Emporium; & so much more!
Originally the ancestral home of Native Americans and later settled by Europeans during the 1600s, Long Island is rich in history and loaded with folklore, myths and urban legends. From ancient Native American burial grounds to remnants of the Revolutionary War to Gatsby-era mansion estates, Long Island is hallowed ground—the stage for countless triumphs and tragedies throughout the centuries.
The Pietasters Maybe they haven't released an EP in nearly a decade, but this brassy D.C.-based octet is still touring to keep the '90s third-wave...
The Weekend Riot & Latterman rock Revolution Bar & Grill; Rice, Jessie's Girl & Colbie Caillat wow The Paramount; Martin Barre, Kevin Griffin & Rumer Willis floors YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts; Blue Roots grooves Treme Blues and Jazz Club; Young M.A. destroys The Emporium; Lisa Lampanelli cracks up NYCB Theatre at Westbury; among so many more amazing concerts & events all this week!
Legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer and guitarist Steve Miller is bringing his timeless, blues-infused songs to The Paramount in Huntington for two unforgettable nights of music on November 2nd & 3nd as some of the last stops on his extended Summer/Fall 2016 tour. Currently celebrating 50 years as a songwriter and performer, Miller is known for chart-topping hits "Fly Like An Eagle," "Rock'n Me," "Take the Money and Run," "Jet Airliner," “Abracadabra” and "Jungle Love," among many others, and is living testament to rock’s continued power and relevance.
Besides a host of haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns and trick-or-treating, Halloween season sparks loads of frightfully fun festivities across Long Island, from prize-winning costume contests to spooky parades and much more spine-tingling sensations to raise the spirits. Here's your guide to the dozens of spooky fun events taking place across Long Island this Halloween season.
The Doobie Bros., Switchfoot & Squeeze rock The Paramount; Sergio Mendes, Engelbert Humperdinck, Charlie Puth, Les Brers & Peter Frampton wow NYCB Theatre at Westbury; Dope levels Revolution Bar & Grill; 'Shadows of Liberty,' 'Madman' & The Long Island Gay & Lesbian Film Festival screen at Cinema Arts Centre; Vetstock invades The Emporium; Lucy Kaplansky serenades YMCA Boulton Center for the Performing Arts; Jo Dee Messina grooves at Patchogue Theatre; Gilbert Gottfried cracks up Governor's; Kenny Loggins shares stories at Book Revue; annual Oyster Festival rolls into Theodore Roosevelt Park; inaugural Queens Beer Festival taps Long Island City; & so much more!