Artists Exhibit At Temple Beth Sholom

George_0902125AOn Wednesday, Sept. 9, from 6 to 9 p.m., Temple Beth Sholom of Roslyn will kick of the temple’s 65th anniversary, a yearlong celebration, with the opening of a new exhibit titled: “Prayer: For the Healing of Body and Soul.”The exhibit will present two renowned Long Island artists: Lawrence Schloss, who specializes in abstract sculptures in wood and stone, and George Schulman, a contemporary, kinetic painter. [Read more…]

The Magic Man Of Roslyn


Roslyn High School student Evan Kirsch has found a new way to impress friends and family and also to bring happiness to those at senior citizen homes, boys’ and girls’clubs, libraries and hospitals. Evan is an accomplished magician and according to his mother, has been doing magic since he was eight years old. [Read more…]

Fresh And Delicious Farmers Market

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Wednesday mornings you’ll find me at Christopher Morley Park in Roslyn, gathering my dinner. No, I’m not foraging in the woods; instead I’m walking through the Farmer’s Market, seeing what’s being offered. [Read more…]

Grand Larceny Arrest In Greenvale

Third Squad detectives report the arrest of a Brooklyn woman for grand larceny that occurred in Greenvale and Hicksville on Thursday, Aug. 13 and Saturday, Aug. 15, respectively. [Read more…]

Eisman To Lead Bar Association

Steven_081915Roslyn resident Steven J. Eisman was recently elected president of the Nassau County Bar Association. Eisman is also chairman emeritus of the EAC Networks board of directors. In 2011, Eisman was honored at EAC Network’s 2001 North Hills Golf Outing for his outstanding community service.


Selichot At Temple Judea

On Saturday evening, Sept. 5, Temple Judea of Manhasset will hold a Selichot service that both honors the twentieth century of its Holocaust Resource Center, while welcoming Irving Roth, founding director of the center, who will speak on BDS (Boycott, Divestment & Sanctions) and its implications for Israel. [Read more…]

Artwork By Sally Cho

Paint_081915ALongtime Roslyn resident Sally Cho recently retired as a New York City first grade teacher. This gave her time to pursue oil painting as a hobby. Included here are some of Cho’s most recent efforts. Cho is currently a student at the Roslyn School of Painting. Next year, she hopes to have a solo exhibit at the school’s gallery. [Read more…]

Building Department Representatives Meeting

On Thursday, Aug. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m., the Shelter Rock Library will host a meeting with a representative of the Town of North Hempstead’s Building Department. [Read more…]

From Clark Botanic Garden

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Recently, a new roof was completed on the Clark House at Clark Botanic Garden. According to Town of North Hempstead officials, the $365,000 project is part of the five-year capital plan, a project that included repair work such as new shingles, new soffits and new gutters. The Clark House was built in the 1880s as a two-story farmhouse and stayed that way until 1923 when the Clark family took occupancy and converted the structure into a country estate. Throughout the year, the house holds photo exhibits, educational programs and other events for the public. [Read more…]

Subaiya Joins ‘Disease Detectives’ Force

Saleena_081915Roslyn resident Saleena Subaiya is not just another physician. Subaiya is on the front lines of public health, working across both the United States and at global destinations to keep the world’s peoples safe from a variety of health threats, including outbreak investigations for emerging disease threats, global health, chronic disease and injury prevention. [Read more…]