700 exotic cars expected at show for diabetes cure

Downtown Glen Cove’s School, Bridge and Glen streets will be taken over by juggernauts of luxury bearing names like Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Porche, BMW and Mercedes Benz, as well as custom cars, for the Gold Coast Concours-Bimmerstock Car Show, on June 3, to benefit the Diabetes Research Institute (DRI). Back for its 10th consecutive year, the car show has been held to support DRI’s worthy mission to cure diabetes.

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It’s time for a spring THAW this Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the Hamptons

How appropriate, as the island begins to defrost from its 4th Nor’easter, to take in a festival on the first weekend of spring, March 23-25, that goes by the name of THAW – The Hamptons Art Weekend Festival.

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DeGarmo and Young star in “Hair” in Concert Friday and Saturday in Patchogue

Having seen “Hair” both on- and off-Broadway nine times (because it never failed to move me), I’m excited the show celebrates its 50th anniversary this year; and, even more thrilled that two of its Broadway stars, Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young, are performing in “Hair” in Concert, March 9-10, at the Patchogue Theatre.

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Symphonic tribute to Paul McCartney, “Live and Let Die,” this Sunday

Fans of Paul McCartney (and Beatles’ hit songs), like you and me, can rejoice at the fact that Tony Kishman – Paul McCartney tribute artist extraordinaire – is bringing his talents to the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, courtesy of The Gateway, on Jan. 14.

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“A Christmas Story” comes to life now through Wednesday

For me, it’s not Christmas day unless the house is bustling with people and the TV channel is set to the “A Christmas Story” marathon – for added background noise. So, if your holiday seems very similar to mine, you will want to take time out (just as I will) for “A Christmas Story,” presented live by The Gateway at the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, Dec. 20-27.

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