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Dance For A Cure

The first North Shore Dance for a Cure, organized by Port Washington resident Sara Siskind, took place at the Ballroom Palace Dance Studio to raise funds and awareness for children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). DeeVa Dance and Fitness of Port provided the entertainment and Siskind’s business, Hands On Healthy, and … [Read More...]


PSEG Sues Town

The rancor between the Town of North Hempstead and PSEG LI has now spilled into 2015. The utility is suing the town, its supervisor, Judi Bosworth, and its superintendent of highways, Thomas Tiernan, for demanding—through an ordinance—that PSEG LI put signs on utility poles that say the poles carry a dangerous … [Read More...]


‘Wrap’ At Chief Graphics

How many of us would chose to give up a secure job in order to pursue a dream of starting our own business. JB and Abby Meyer did just that by taking what Abby describes as a "leap of faith," and opened Chief Graphix in December 2011. … [Read More...]


Aid For Fire Victims

The community is rallying for the victims of last week’s early morning fire that sank one houseboat and damaged five others. A fundraiser will be held at the Polish American Hall Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. Admission will be $25, with all proceeds going to the victims. Music that evening will feature Alter Ego, Ricky Roche, John … [Read More...]


Events Around Port

Wednesday, Jan. 28 Port Writes. On the fourth Wednesday of every month, the group discusses their work and how to get it published. Facilitated by Michael Chaplan. 8 p.m. At the Port Washington Public Library. Friday, Jan. 30 Sandwiched In: 1939: A Cinematic Celebration. The year 1939 was a turning point for Hollywood, … [Read More...]


‘Pawsitively’ Sousa

“We are Sousa strong—kind, compassionate and confident Kind: learning to be caring to others Compassionate: Learning to help those around us Confident: Feeling good about ourselves.” This is the theme of Sousa Elementary School’s character building initiative launched earlier in the school year, and all of those elements … [Read More...]


‘Hidden in Holland’

The Community Synagogue is hosting a unique program, “Hidden in Holland, An Iconic Victim and a Fortunate Survivor.” The holocaust program includes an informational presentation about Anne Frank, with excerpts from her diary presented by Gloria Glantz, who was a Hidden Child in Poland. Leo Ullman, a fortunate holocaust … [Read More...]

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