Do This: Long Island Concerts & Events November 26 – December 2

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York [Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts rock The Paramount in Huntington Nov. 29! Photo: Weiland’s Facebook page]Run For Fun Turkey TrotMontauk’s annual Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot is back for its 39th year. Start Thanksgiving off right with a three- or six-mile race through the picturesque beach town. (A run in the morning means you can indulge in extra calories at dinner.) Check-in is from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. but get there early—the first 300 participants receive a commemorative t-shirt. Village Green, Montauk. montaukchamber.com $10. 8 a.m. November 26. Festival of TreesTake in the spectacular array of designer-decorated trees, stroll through the gingerbread village, check off the folks on your holiday shopping list with presents from the vendor marketplace, decorate a cookie, and enjoy live music at the 26th annual Long Island Festival of Trees. All trees and gingerbread creations are for sale. Don’t miss this incredible event for a good cause—all proceeds go to the United Cerebral Palsy Association. Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Blvd., Garden City. cradleofaviation.org $10-$15. 10 a.m. November 27, 28 and 29.Dance Gavin Dance 10-Year Anniversary TourProgressive, post-hardcore, experimental band Dance Gavin Dance brings their hard-hitting lyrics, unexpected vocal sounds and sick guitar riffs to Long Island. This year, the Sacramento, Calif., natives released their sixth studio album, Instant Gratification, showcasing their collective talent and willingness to push musical boundaries. Slaves, A Lot Like Birds, Dayshell and Strawberry Girls make this a must-see show. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. clubloaded.com/events $20. 5 p.m. November 27.Get The Led Out—The American Led ZeppelinThe closest you can get to the real thing, these dedicated musicians are committed to delivering the Earth-shattering songs of The Almighty Led Zeppelin [Video Above of “Immigrant Song”] as honestly and passionately as possible. Having garnered a national reputation as the “American Led Zeppelin” and its best tribute band, Get The Led Out focuses on Zep’s early years and plays some of the deeper cuts rarely heard in concert. Their acoustic versions of “Tangerine” and “Battle of Evermore” will leave you breathless. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $24.50-$50. 7 p.m. November 27.Funk Flex and Lil KimAmerica’s number-one radio personality and the Queen Bee herself on one stage? No, this is not too good to be true—these two hip-hop legends are joining forces for one incredible show. For more than a decade, two million listeners a week tune into Flex’s sizzling radio show on Hot 97, where he’s played more than one Lil Kim hit over the years. Actress, rapper, songwriter, record producer, and model, Kim has established herself as one of the world’s most accomplished female rappers. She knows exactly what her audience wants: classics from 1996’s double platinum Hard Core, plus newer tracks from her mix tapes Black Friday and Hard Core 2k14. Suffolk Theater, 118 E Main St., Riverhead. suffolktheater.com $35. 10 p.m. November 27.Dark Side Orchestra—Celebrating The Grateful Dead ExperienceWhen those who knew the Grateful Dead [Video Above] best—band co-founders, former band members and sound engineers—say that the Dark Side Orchestra is an amazing representation of the original, you know you’re doing something right. DSO continues the Dead’s spirit by dipping into every incarnation of their 40-year career to cover original concerts in full. The result? Fans get to “see” a Dead show that happened before they were even born! Travel back in time and release your inner Deadhead at this one-of-a-kind show. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $39.50-$75. 8 p.m. November 28.Nick DiPaoloVeteran stand-up comedian and fixture of the legendary Comedy Central roasts, Nick DiPaolo knows exactly how to make you laugh. He built his fan base by calling it like he sees it. His audiences love his authenticity. His biting sarcasm has eaten through the air waves on radio shows like The Howard Stern Show, The Opie and Anthony Show and The Dennis Miller Show, as well as TV’s Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn and Louie, featuring Louis C.K. Get ready to laugh! Suffolk Theater, 118 E Main St., Riverhead. suffolktheater.com $40. 8 p.m. November 28.David Benoit Christmas Tribute to Charlie BrownNothing says Christmas spirit like your favorite holiday songs, and no holiday playlist is complete without the jazz piano selections from the Vince Guaraldi Trio’s A Charlie Brown Christmas. Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and composer David Benoit brings the Peanuts gang to life in this tribute. His prominent Charlie Brown related projects reflect his passion for the music of original Peanuts composer Vince Guaraldi, cementing Benoit’s role as his musical heir. Madison Theatre at Molloy College, 1000 Hempstead Ave., Rockville Centre. madisontheatreny.org $50-$95. 8 p.m. November 28.Scott Weiland and The WildaboutsThe former lead singer of Stone Temple Pilots [Video Above] and his new band, The Wildabouts, are coming to town. Expect all the hits that made STP a household name throughout the ’90s, as well as tunes from his time in supergroup Velvet Revolver. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $15-$50. 8 p.m. November 29.The Brian Setzer Orchestra 12th Annual Christmas Rocks! TourThe former Stray Cats front man and hometown rockabilly hero returns to Long Island with his 18-piece orchestra on their Christmas Rocks Extravaganza! tour. The concert will include Setzer’s legendary guitar magic on hits such as “Rock This Town,” “Stray Cat Strut” and much more, as well as his re-imagined and acclaimed Holiday classics. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $29.50-$39.50. 7 p.m. November 29.Lost and Recently Found Film Treasures—Lecture by Glenn AndreievFilmmaker and historian Glenn Andreiev offers a behind-the-scenes look at his upcoming documentary on “lost film,” the largely disregarded portion of film history that historians have worked tirelessly to resurrect from what remains and re-present to audiences for the first time in decades. Sky Room Café at Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org $15. 7:30 p.m. November 30.Toys For Tots Toy DriveChildren love toys. Toys entertain them. Toys unleash their imaginations. Toys keep the lil tots out of their parents’ hair. Unfortunately, some children go without these precious gifts on the holidays. Come donate some toys for the underprivileged kids out there and make this holiday season special, won’t you? Come share the holiday cheer. Come open up your heart and change a some kids’ lives. Fox Hollow, 7725 Jericho Tpke., Woodbury. thefoxhollow.com Free with unwrapped toy. 6:30 p.m. December 1.David Glukh DuoThe Juilliard School graduate has been a member of Dallas Brass, a bandleader, composer and soloist, who has wowed audiences around the world. This musical genius will present an afternoon of Klezmer, Jazz and Classical music performed on his signature piccolo trumpet accompanied by piano. Wow! Landmark on Main St., 232 Main St., Port Washington. landmarkonmainstreet.org Free. 2 p.m. December 2.Emily St. John MandelThis young Canadian novelist has been wowing the literary world and racking up prestigious award after award. Her fourth and latest novel, Station Eleven, is a futuristic, post-apocalyptic adventure through a world decimated by the effects of a deadly virus, and follows a Shakespearian actor troupe town to town around the Great Lakes region. This is a rare opportunity to see her up close and personal, speaking about her extraordinary word creations! Leo A. Guthart Cultural Center Theater, Hofstra University, Hempstead. hofstra.edu Free. 7 p.m. December 2.Thomas DaleThe comedian, not the former Nassau County police commissioner. (Thank goodness! Read about that tricky and elusive lil fella HERE!) Brokerage Comedy Club, 2797 Merrick Rd., Bellmore. brokerage.govs.com $22. 8 p.m. November 27, 7:30 p.m. November 28.Laughs For Eddie Dunn: Share smiles, laughs and love while helping Eddie and his family beat cancer at The Brokerage Comedy Club in Bellmore on Dec. 6!Laughs For Eddie DunnEddie Dunn has a big heart. He loves his family and friends, loves playing pool, and loves making people smile. After his father passed away a few years ago, Eddie stepped up to the plate for his family, taking on not only his dad’s responsibilities looking over the well-being of his mother, three sisters and two grandchildren, but continuing to share love and joy to those in desperate need, donning his father’s colorful costume, hat and face paint as a clown alongside his mother, spreading laughter to children and the elderly alike. This must-attend fundraising event is furtherance of that tradition, as comedians take to the mic and tell jokes, now in Eddie’s honor. Eddie and his family need your help. At 40 years old, Eddie has recently been diagnosed with Stage 4 lung cancer, and this sinister disease has spread to his blood and bones. Eddie’s not a quitter, and will never give up the fight, or hope. Come down and share a laugh or three with this special, much loved man. Join Eddie, his family, and friends, in this extraordinary expression of life, love and laughs. Help fight this insidious disease, and help spread some light in the process. If you can’t make it, read more about Eddie, his plight, visit and contribute to Eddie Dunn’s Go Fund Me account: https://www.gofundme.com/Eddie-Dunn-s-story. Eddie, his family, and all his friends Thank You from the bottom of their hearts. The Brokerage, 2797 Merrick Rd., Bellmore. govs.com For tickets, call 516-798-2989 or 516-655-1424. $25 Donation. Doors open at 6 p.m. Showtime: 7:30 p.m. December 6.–Compiled by Timothy Bolger, Desiree D’orio & Zachary B. Tirana IIIlast_img read more

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‘There’s strength in community’

first_img continue reading » 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr At GECU, a Credit Union Development Educator (DE) Day of Service demonstrates the organization’s ongoing commitment to development and education.The five DEs on staff at the $2.6 billion asset credit union in El Paso, Texas, joined other employee volunteers June 7 to showcase GECU’s continued commitment to its community and the credit union principle of people helping people.The group celebrated the grand opening of the food pantry at the Lower Dyer Community Center by donating enough bags of food to feed 100 local families.“As credit union DEs, it’s important to us to transform our training into actionable endeavors that truly benefit our community,” says Crystal Long, GECU president/CEO.last_img read more

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Ampelmann Ups Offshore Lifting Game

first_imgAmpelmann has revealed a new access system that is said to be capable of transferring personnel and cargo of up to 5 tons.Source: AmpelmannThe E5000, with its full motion compensation, will be able to operate in high sea states, extending the weather window of operations, Ampelmann said.According to the Dutch company, the switch between people and cargo mode takes less than a minute and just one push of a button, which turns vessels into an all-round offshore tool resulting in shorter campaign durations, increased logistical efficiency and a broader scope of work.The system is based on the technology of the E1000, which was launch in 2016. It is expected to be operational in the third quarter of 2020.“Building on the success of the E1000 and the specific needs of our clients, we recognised an opportunity to design and develop a system that can transfer people and lift up to 5 tons of cargo. That significantly broadens the possibilities of the offshore lifting scope compared to existing systems,” said Diederick Nierstrasz, Ampelmann’s Offshore Wind Business Unit Manager.“With the E1000, we launched a unique system on the market. As the market recognised its potential, clients requested more lifting capacity and we believe the E5000 can offer a compelling package for them to get the most out of their offshore campaigns.”last_img read more

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This South African court is prosecuting Rhino poachers

first_imgSouth African court issues arrest warrant for President Bashir South African doll entrepreneur South Africa’s justice system is coming down hard on convicted rhino poachers, by imposing harsh sentences. So far, 450 Rhino’s have reportedly been killed by poachers, between January and May this year.The Skukuza court located within the Kruger National Park, sits for just one day a week. But almost every single case heard by the court, has something to do with rhino poaching, CCTV’s Travers Andrews reports Related South African court rules against multi-billion nuclear power dealslast_img read more

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Withhuhn is latest first-time winner at Dodge City

first_imgBy Lonnie WheatleyDODGE CITY, Kan. (June 11) – Toby Witthuhn added his name to the list of IMCA SportMod win­ners at Dodge City Raceway Park Saturday night.Witthuhn gunned into the lead on the opening round and leading all 15 laps to become the sixth different winner of the year and 15th different winner in the last 17 events.Witthuhn went from third to first on the opening lap and then kept Brian May and Jeff Kaup behind him the rest of the way with Kevin Tabor and Bart Baker rounding out the top five.Clay Sellard rebounded from a mid-race, one position penalty to take his first 20-lap win of the season in the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds.In IMCA Sunoco Stock Car action, Michael Pepper battled ahead of Marlin Hogie on the sixth lap and then fought off the early leader the rest of the way in the 12-lapper for his third Dodge City win of the season.Following a calamitous 15-lap IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature, Reagan Sellard was awarded his second win of the year after apparent victor David Berger was unable to successfully make it through post-race tech.last_img read more

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Local reporter Todd Tongen Found dead

first_imgWPLG is reporting that long-time news anchor and report Todd Tongen was found dead in his home Monday.According to the report, Tongen’s wife was out of town and could not get in touch with him. She then sent a friend to check up on him and when the friend could not get in touch with him either, they called the police.When authorities arrived, they found dead inside of the home.  His cause of death is still under investigation.Todd was 56-years-old.last_img

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Petra/COURTS Pee Wee football semi-finals on today

first_imgACTION in the Petra/COURTS Pee Wee football competition will get down to the business end today, with the semifinal action at the Banks DIH Thirst Park ground. In the semi-final action from 13:15hrs St Pius Primary will have an enormous task as they take on defending champions St Angela’s Primary while St Agnes Primary are seeking a finals berth; West Ruimveldt Primary, however, have a chance to upset the party.Earlier in the day, however, the placing matches will be done with St Gabriel’s versus South Ruimveldt and Redeemer against Mae’s in the 13-16 class.In the 9-12 division, 2014 champions Stella Maris will play Winfer Gardens, while Tucville Primary take on St Margaret’s. In the 5th to 8th space, F.E Pollard will have to win against Marian Academy while St Stephen’s clash with North Georgetown.last_img read more

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Fast reaction: 3 quick takeaways from Syracuse’s 28-6 loss to Louisville

first_img Published on October 3, 2014 at 11:55 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (2-3, 0-1 Atlantic Coast) fell to Louisville (5-1, 3-1 ACC) by a score of 28-6 in the Carrier Dome on Friday night, and here are three quick reactions to the game. 1. 0-for-everything Forgive the obviousness, but it’s hard to win football games without scoring touchdowns. Syracuse tried to prove that wrong and, in a lot of ways, so did Louisville. But two field goals from Cole Murphy were far less than the Orange needed to keep pace with Louisville, and touchdowns were painfully at the Orange’s fingertips. Just before the end of the first half, Terrel Hunt tried to spike the ball with two seconds left, but NCAA rules say that you can’t do so with less than three seconds on the clock. The half ran out with SU on the Louisville 1-yard line. Then running back Prince-Tyson Gulley scrambled in the backfield and found Ben Lewis for a score, but right tackle Omari Palmer was flagged for being an “illegal man downfield.” A play later, wide receiver Jarrod West took a toss on a reverse and delivered a pass to a wide-open Lewis, and that “touchdown” slipped through Lewis’ fingers. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Orange’s two best chances to cash in were thrown by a running back and a wide receiver. Syracuse’s offense scored six points and gave up four on two safeties. At least it beat itself. 2. Role reversalSyracuse’s defense was sharp and ultimately gave the Orange a fighting chance for too long. But within the solid performance was an untimely inability to stop Louisville’s Brandon Radcliffe, who finished with 23 carries for 110 yards and two touchdowns. SU’s secondary was good in coverage — most notably in late downs — and true freshman quarterback Reggie Bonnafon didn’t do much in the air. Yet that effort wasn’t entirely supported in the rush defense. Pressure in the passing game was there from the defensive line, and especially outside linebackers Cameron Lynch and Dyshawn Davis. But the Orange’s front seven wasn’t as sharp when the ball was in Radcliffe’s hands. In those instances, it wasn’t really sharp at all.3. Empty feelingBy the time Austin Wilson subbed in for a hobbled Hunt, the Carrier Dome bleachers were as empty as they’ve been all season. The football dictated the atmosphere and it was a bleak one by night’s end. In the first three quarters, fans trickled out in bunches and those that remained showered the Orange with boos. But when Syracuse took its second safety of the game late in the fourth quarter, few were around to even do that. Commentslast_img read more

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