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Lawrence resident Josh Aryeh has a unique hobby. Like Adam West, Michael Keaton, Christian Bale and Ben Affleck, Aryeh dons a Batman suit, but unlike the aforementioned TV and movie Caped Crusaders, he does not fight crime, he produces smiles. more
“Write what you know,” is an old piece of advice to authors attributed to the legendary Mark Twain. Jill Santopolo, who grew up in Hewlett, has taken these words to heart when crafting her novels, 2017’s “The Light We Lost,” and “More Than Words,” which was released on Feb. 5. more
On Jan. 30, state lawmakers approved the first new gun control laws since the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act passed in 2013. Gun control advocates cheered the further tightening … more
There are 613 mitzvahs (commandments) documented in the Torah and more than a few revolve on helping one’s fellow person and, of course, one of the Ten Commandments, No. 8 to be exact is, “You shall not steal.” more
Aaron Rosenfeld, the new executive director of the Cedarhurst-based Marion & Aaron Gural JCC in the Five Towns, was working as a lawyer in 2001, a profession he aspired to since the seventh grade, when he said he became the designated advocate for his schoolmates in debates with teachers over homework or other classroom issues. more
They might have been the original “You had me at hello” couple. When Karen Gibbs, 18, went on a blind date in May 1965 with Columbia University Law School student Gerald “Jerry” Morganstern, 22, he was saying good night when he added, “While I’ve got you here . . .” Gibbs, who would become his wife, replied simply, “You’ve got me.” more
Herald Community Newspapers seeks an entry-level journalist to report for one of our newspapers covering Long Island’s South Shore. Recent graduates and reporters in their first year or two in the … more
Herald Community Newspapers is seeking 2019 spring and summer interns for our 18 community-based publications that stretch across Nassau County’s South Shore, from Valley Stream to Seaford, and … more
Aditi Dam, Julia Grossman, Emily Bar-Masiah, Sulan Pathiranage and Chloe Van Steertegem, all seniors at Hewlett High School, were named semifinalists in the Junior Science and Humanity Symposium. All were invited to present their research at the Symposium on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3 at York College in Queens. more
West Hempstead native Yitzchak Milworn decided long ago that he wanted to serve in the Israel Defense Forces. During his senior year of high school at Rambam Mesivta, a Jewish private school in … more
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