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Beginnings: These three communities have shared their histories for three centuries. European activity in the area dates to 1677, when Smithtown founder Richard Smith began deeding land on Stony Brook Neck - in what is now Head of the Harbor - to one of his sons, Adam. Adam Smith constructed the first house on the east side of Three Sisters Harbor, now known as Stony Brook Harbor. Starting in the 1690s, Richard Smith deeded land in what is now Nissequogue to his other children and they established farms.
Photo: The Everett Smith General Store, built in 1856, stands today as the Saint James General Store, the oldest continuously run shop of its kind in the country. (Smithtown Historical...
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Beginnings: These three communities have shared their histories for three centuries. European activity in the area dates to 1677, when Smithtown founder Richard Smith began deeding land on Stony Brook Neck - in what is now Head of the Harbor - to one of his sons, Adam. Adam Smith constructed the first house on the east side of Three Sisters Harbor, now known as Stony Brook Harbor. Starting in the 1690s, Richard Smith deeded land in what is now Nissequogue to his other children and they established farms.
Photo: The Everett Smith General Store, built in 1856, stands today as the Saint James General Store, the oldest continuously run shop of its kind in the country. (Smithtown Historical Society)
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  • Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister

    Rev. William W. Trumbore, Episcopal minister
    The Rev. William W. Trumbore, a retired Episcopal minister who enjoyed working with young people, died Monday of complications from Parkinson's disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 81. The son of Clarke Trumbore, an Episcopal minister, and...
  • 'Bullets Over Broadway' musical by Woody Allen opens in New York

    'Bullets Over Broadway' musical by Woody Allen opens in New York
    "Bullets Over Broadway," the new musical by Woody Allen that he adapted from his own 1994 movie, opened Thursday at the St. James Theatre in New York amid lingering media speculation surrounding the writer-director's personal life. Allen appeared on the...
  • 'Bullets over Broadway': Musical of mobsters and old standards

    'Bullets over Broadway': Musical of mobsters and old standards
    NEW YORK — In the hands — and most certainly the wheelhouse — of the director-choreographer Susan Stroman, Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway" gets turned into a whiz-bang, retro, good time Broadway musical, replete with cheerily...
  • Will Woody Allen controversy affect 'Bullets Over Broadway' musical?

    Timing is everything in showbiz. And so it is with public controversies too. The resurrection of the 20-year-old Woody Allen controversy surrounding his adopted daughter Dylan (also known as Malone) Farrow comes as the prolific writer-director is riding...
  • Marin Mazzie cast in Woody Allen's 'Bullets over Broadway' musical

    Marin Mazzie cast in Woody Allen's 'Bullets over Broadway' musical
    Don't speak: The highly coveted role of Helen Sinclair in Woody Allen's musical adaptation of his 1993 movie "Bullets over Broadway" has been cast. The role of the egomaniacal diva is going to stage veteran Marin Mazzie. The part was played in the movie...
  • Zach Braff reteaming with Woody Allen in 'Bullets over Broadway'

    Zach Braff reteaming with Woody Allen in 'Bullets over Broadway'
    In 1993, a very young Zach Braff had a brief part as Woody Allen's college-age son in "Manhattan Murder Mystery." Now the former "Scrubs" actor will be reuniting with Allen in the new stage-musical version of "Bullets over Broadway" that is expected to...
  • 'Let It Be' Beatles tribute opens on Broadway

    The latest Beatles tribute to hit Broadway, “Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles,” opened Wednesday at the St. James Theatre in New York to generally favorable reviews, with a couple of notable exceptions. One is from the...
  • Beatles "Let it Be" Musical Eyes Summer Broadway Open

    Beatles "Let it Be" Musical Eyes Summer Broadway Open
    The Beatles, who were first introduced to America in February 1964 with their appearance on the New York-based Ed Sullivan Show, will return to Broadway (sort of) this summer. According to the New York Times, the Fab Four’s musical Let It Be will...
  • Catholic author Matthew Kelly holds workshop on Feb. 23

     
    New York Times bestselling author Matthew Kelly will present a workshop entitled “Living Every Day With Passion and Purpose”  on Saturday, Feb. 23, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church in Windermere. Kelly's Rediscover...
  • Green Day to unleash a trilogy: '¡Uno!,' '¡Dos!' and '¡Tre!'

     
    Give rock 'n' rollers a taste of Broadway, and their dramatic ambitions will never cease. West coast punk rock band Green Day today unveiled that it will be releasing a trio of albums beginning in late 2012. The first is due in September, according to a...
  • Critics pummel Broadway's 'On a Clear Day' and Harry Connick, Jr.

     
    "On a Clear Day," featuring songs by Burton Lane and Alan Jay Lerner, is a musical comedy about a reincarnated woman with extra-sensory perception and her relationship with a psychiatrist. The musical debuted on Broadway in 1965 starring John Cullum and...
  • Monster Mash: Ai Weiwei takes Berlin teaching post; same-sex marriage on Broadway

     
    Artist Ai Weiwei lands new teaching post in Germany...