More Cowbell: Speaking with Blue Oyster Cult’s Eric Bloom

Band to play its first ever acoustic show at Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington If you don’t think that one chance encounter can change the course of your life, then you’ve never chatted with Eric Bloom, lead singer and guitarist for Long Island’s most famous band – Blue Oyster Cult (BOC). Almost 44 […]

Local Author Pens Book on Finding True Love at Any Age

“Love for Grown-Ups” addresses marrying for life when you’ve already got a life Port Washington resident and author Patricia Ryan Lampl knows firsthand that it’s possible to find love at any age. She met her husband on a blind date and became a first-time mom and a step-grandmother all in the same year—at age 44. […]

Aimee Mann Discusses Upcoming Landmark Show, and More

‘Art can really have a transformative effect,’ the musician said. On Saturday, the extremely talented musician and songwriter, Aimee Mann, will visit Port Washington to perform at as part of a 13-date East Coast tour ending at Carnegie Hall. Mann, who first achieved fame with the 80s band Til Tuesday, spent the last couple of […]

A Conversation with Best-Selling Author, Meg Wolitzer

Wolitzer, and Carlos Eire, will be featured speakers at the Friends of the Library luncheon. On Friday, May 13, the Friends of the will host the 42nd annual book and author luncheon, featuring authors Meg Wolitzer and Carlos Eire. Earlier this month, Wolitzer published her latest book, “The Uncoupling,” a story mixing humor and insight […]

A Conversation with Smithereens’ Drummer, Dennis Diken

Known for their unique and original sound, the Smithereens are one of the longest-lived bands playing today, still together after 31 years. If you went to college in the 1980s – their smartly written pop music was a staple… and continued to be so in the 90s and onward. The group has garnered numerous hits, […]

A Conversation with John Oates

If you lived through the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, then the name John Oates will bring back memories of the legion of Hall & Oates hits that were radio standards during those decades. “Rich Girl,” “Kiss on my List,” “Maneater,” “Private Eyes,” “Family Man,” “She’s Gone,” “Sara Smile,” and “I Can’t Go for That” are […]

Landmark Unveils 2010-2011 Lineup of Performance

They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, Raul Malo, Ben E. King and many more set to grace the stage It is going to be an exciting 2010-2011 season at Landmark on Main Street’s Jeanne Rimsky Theater. This year’s lineup is particularly varied and includes performances in the folk, roots rock, American Songbook, world beat, dance, […]