Seventeen months after the coronavirus pandemic forced Amityville Music Hall to shut its doors, live music fans and musicians excitedly packed the venue on July 8 to celebrate its long-awaited reopening.
Comic book connoisseurs can anticipate the return of Eternal Con, Long Island’s largest pop culture event of its kind, this summer in Hempstead.
The Northwell Health Nurse Choir from Long Island put on an inspiring and heartwarming audition on America’s Got Talent, impressing the judges and earning them the golden buzzer, giving them an automatic spot in the quarterfinals.
Billy Crystal, a Long Beach native, returns to the director's chair after 20 years for Here Today, in which he also plays a well-known comedy writer who unexpectedly becomes friends with a street jazz singer.
Manhasset IHOP hostess Dayanna Rodas gained unexpected fame after unknowingly telling actor Adam Sandler there would be a 30-minute wait for pancakes.
An Australian court ordered mining magnate Clive Palmer to pay A$1.5 million ($1.2 million) in damages to Universal Music on Friday for breaching the copyright of Twisted Sister's 1984 hit song "We're Not Gonna Take It" in political advertising.
On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the launch of NY PopsUp, a 100-day-long program of live entertainment aimed at reviving the arts from the pandemic.
There’s plenty of events to attend on Long Island before eateries close at 10 p.m., helping you make the most of ringing in this much-needed new year.
Carter Rubin, 15, of Shoreham, has advanced to the final round of NBC’s The Voice.