Jordan Rothstein’s unleashes his jazz-folk-rock masterpieces at Treme Blues & Jazz Club, the Hamptons International Film Festival invades the East End, Lyle Lovett & Robert Earl Keen rock The Paramount, Johnny Rivers and Eric Burdon & The Animals rip up NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Graham Nash wows Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, Riot In Riverhead bodyslams Suffolk Theater, Mike Stud floors The Emporium, Kataklysm destroys Revolution Bar & Grill, Guy Fieri dishes up 'Family Food' at Book Revue & so much more!
With the return of harvest season, Long Islanders are packing up their families and flocking to local farms to join in the annual fall tradition of pumpkin picking. Going pumpkin picking means making priceless memories with hay rides, corn mazes and other farm-based fun—not to mention the fresh-baked goodies at the farm stand. But where are the farms to go pumpkin picking on Long Island? You don't have to ask any old jack-o-lantern. Look no further! Dozens of farms across Long Island are open for pick-your-own-pumpkin season!
The Violent Femmes, Bad Religion, Against Me! and George Thorogood and the Destroyers rock The Paramount, Taking Back Sunday plays Revolution Bar, Cinema Arts Centre marks the 10-year anniversary of 'Idiocracy,' Gladys Knight serenades NYCB Theatre at Westbury, José Feliciano wows Patchogue Theatre for Performing Arts, and so much more to see and do this week on Long Island!
It's a week of comedy on Long Island with a star-studded cast of jokesters taking the stage. Among this week's acts are: Adam Ferrara, Frank Caliendo, plus D.L. Hughley and Charlie Murphy. Also, 1776 opens at the John W. Engeman Theater in Northport.
Ashanti and Ja Rule join forces at The Emporium, Norm Macdonald cracks up Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, The Charlie Daniels Band plays NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Buckcherry, Candlebox & Sons of Texas rock The Paramount, the 2016 Walk To End Alzheimer's raises much-needed funds and hope at Belmont Lake State Park, and so much more to see and do this weekend on Long Island!
Gov't Mule & ZZ Top rock Nikon at Jones Beach, bilingual poetry mesmerizes Walt Whitman Birthplace, Everlast "jumps around" at Revolution Bar & Grill, documentary "Generation Found" brings attention to the devastating heroin epidemic at Cinema Arts Centre & so much more!
Rascal Flatts & Kelsea Ballerini rock Nikon at Jones Beach, Julie Lyon serenades The Space at Westbury, Howard Jones grooves The Paramount, The English Beat invades The Stephen Talkhouse, Monica wows The Emporium, Sweet Suzi Blues jazzes up Treme Blues & Jazz Club, Memphis Crawl rips up 89 North & so many more concerts and events!
Kratom, an herb Suffolk lawmakers proposed banning—sparking a local debate over whether it’s addictive or has medicinal value—will be illegal nationwide. The DEA is classifying mitragynine and 7-hydroxymitragynine, the active ingredients in Kratom, as Schedule 1 drug under the Controlled Substances Act, effectively making possession of the herb a crime, the agency said. Users that tout its effectiveness as an alternative painkiller, anti-depressant, anti-anxiety and addiction treatment were saddened by the news.
Eclectic folk goddess Suzanne Vega serenades Sands Point Preserve, '80s legends Culture Club rock NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Jimmy Buffet & The Coral Reefers play Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre and so much more to see and do this week on Long Island!