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Fire Island

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  • ‘Janine Klein: Gay Bar Star’ at Parliament House on Saturday

     
    Fresh from an award-winning packed-houses run at the 2010 Orlando International Fringe Festival, powerhouse singer Janine Klein will reprise Janine Klein: Gay Bar Star in a Wanzie Presents “one-night-only” performance Saturday at the...
  • Mini review: 'The House on Salt Hay Road'

     
    Our mini review of "The House on Salt Hay Road" by Carin Clevidence, a novel published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux. Family. War. Weather. The long, golden summer light of Fire Island, N.Y. The marshes and fields of the Great......
  • The Library of America launches a blog

     
    The Library of America, the nonprofit publishing house dedicated to creating an in-print library of editions of America's greatest works, launched its first blog Friday. Called Reader's Almanac, it focuses on joining the current online discussions that...
  • Marvin Scott

    Marvin Scott
    The recipient of seven prestigious Emmy awards for journalistic achievement, Marvin Scott has done it all. Since joining WPIX in 1980, he has served in multiple capacities as anchor, reporter, host and producer. Scott is currently the station's Senior...
  • The other side of the lake

    It has been many things. It still is."I've been coming here since the first summer in my life," says Norman Deam, a retired naval aviator whose family owned the lighthouse at the mouth of the Kalamazoo River. That first summer was 73 years ago. Now he...
  • A MOST INSPIRED HAUNT

    A MOST INSPIRED HAUNT
    THOM and Leslie Beers are possessed, though in no way like Linda Blair or Emily Rose. The couple does not talk in tongues or levitate, but their Sherman Oaks home speaks in an elevated vernacular of its own. An ode to Craftsman and Age of Aquarius arts...
  • A Colorful Life

    When Grace Hartigan was a little girl, she was bewitched by gypsies. In the 1930s, the Travelers still roamed the countryside in nomadic caravans, and young Grace would shinny up the apple tree in her parents' backyard in Newark, N.J., to spy on them....