Long Island in the Sixties:

Before serious demographic shifts and culture wars directed the national spotlight away from this region, Nassau-Suffolk gripped its position as the most prosperous area in the United States in the early 1960s, as the white ethnic middle class continue …

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Through Our Eyes 2017:

In honor of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and Family Caregivers Month in November, The Long Island Museum is honored to serve as a showcase for the fifth annual Through Our Eyes exhibition. This unique collaboration will feature the work …

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Beth Levine:The First Lady of Shoes

Main Gallery, Art Museum An exhibition celebrating the visionary shoe designer, Beth Levine (1914-2006) will be opening this summer.  It will include a wide array of iconic footwear, photographs, paintings, memorabilia, illustrations, accessories, film …

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