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November 14, 1997

  • SPORTS: Hawks Season Ends with Defeat

    The heavy winds and torrential rains kept the Senior Day crowd down to the faithful. However, the weather did not dampen the spirit of the Plainview Hawk football team which came onto field fired up to face Conference I Champion Massapequa High School.

  • SPORTS: Plainview's Michelle Haller Wins Suffolk Seagulls 4 Mile Run

    Thirty-nine year old Michelle Haller of Terry Lane in Plainview was the first woman overall to cross the finish line of the Suffolk Seagulls 4 Mile Run, held on the rainy roads of Hauppauge on Sunday morning, Nov. 9.

  • REVIEW: CAP Production of Tommy

    The Who's Tommy has a long and interesting history. Written in 1969 by Pete Townshend and The Who, it was the world's first rock opera. It was an instant hit and it would be more than 20 years before it was produced as a Broadway show. In 1992 Pete Townshend was contacted by the producers of the La Jolla Playhouse, and together with director Des McAnuff, Townshend reshaped

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