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The Order of the Ancient and Honorable Huntington Militia is a New York State Education Corporation that recreates and reenacts a Colonial Militia that has existed in the Town of Huntington, New York since 1653.

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The renovation of the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Planetarium has just taken a major step forward with the installation of its centerpiece, a state-of-the-art star projector. Technicians from Japan are installing the Konica Minolta Infinium projector and its related full-dome video and surround-sound systems in the recessed “pit” in the center of the planetarium theater. The […]

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The Huntington Arts Council’s “Masters Show” opens this Friday, June 29, and runs through July 30, 2012, with the exhibition’s Opening Reception that same evening from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. A visit to the Main Street Petite Gallery at 213 Main Street for this event makes for an ideal first stop on your Friday night, […]

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Movie Review – Brave

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Still, even if a tad disappointing for long time fans, Brave is an effective and enjoyable family film which I would recommend to anyone, especially for families. It’s just lacking some of that Pixar magic, mainly because the central thrust of the story is so familiar and somewhat stock.

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 Painted by more than 70 adults and children last summer, the murals at Gateway Park Community Garden in Huntington Station have been recognized  with a First Place Huntington Town Beautification Award for 2012. 
Artist Lucienne Pereira, the Centerport resident who designed the murals, accepted the award in the category of Community Service from Huntington Town’s Beautification […]

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Prometheus – Movie Review

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Prometheus is a very intriguing and highly enjoyable ride, which is so much more ambitious than a typical summer film and a true return to form for Ridley Scott, if not quite as great as his finest outings.

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Whenever a movie franchise is revived after a long break, there’s a tendency for the new installment to stick out like a sore thumb, not quite measuring up to the originals. What’s most surprising about Men in Black 3 is that despite being released ten years after the second film, it doesn’t fall into that trap, actually fitting in quite nicely with the previous two.

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The Heckscher Museum offers many events for all ages. The following is a list of upcoming events for June.

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Children will find lots of fun and creativity in the summer educational workshops offered by the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. Sessions for children ages 3-4 and in kindergarten through third grade are offered in July and August at the Vanderbilt Education Center.
All workshops begin with an educator-led tour of the Vanderbilt Museum’s marine-life, natural-history and […]

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Amphion Violinists Katie Hyun and David Southorn, violist Wei-Yang Andy Lin, and cellist Mihai Marica, first joined together for a performance at Sprague Hall at the Yale School of Music in February, 2009. The overwhelmingly positive audience reception at this concert was the inspiration behind their mutual desire to pursue a career as the Amphion String Quartet. Hailed […]

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