Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Lisa Polizzi BandThe LI songstress (and Bethpage Federal Credit Union Best of LI award winner) sings with an inner strength that can only be channeled straight from the heart. Music pulses through her veins and embodies her very soul. This is evident in every single performance, whether it’s at a small club on the South Shore of Long Island or gracing the stage of multitude singing competitions, and winning them. Her current incarnation—with a full band of equally talented musicians backing her—deliver powerful, passionate performances that span blues, dance, R &B, pop, and of course, rock. Rocking out at The Space’s FREE Thursday Night Live Music Extravaganza in The Lounge, this gig is a must-see. Trust us, you’ll love her. The Lounge at The Space at Westbury, 250 Post Ave, Westbury. thespaceatwestbury.com Free! Doors 5 p.m./Show 9 p.m. September 4The Rising This Bruce Springsteen Tribute possesses all the passion, all the artistry, all the fury of The Boss himself (or at least damn close to it) and will be performing his 1984 mega-platinum-selling Born in the U.S.A. in its entirety, along with all his hits, as part of the record’s 30th anniversary celebration. With special guest Bon Journey: A Tribute to Bon Jovi & Journey. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $15, $25. 7:45 p.m. September 4Long Island at WarThis moving, intense collection of paintings utilizes the transcendental medium of art to document the myriad roles LI played in nearly every war throughout American history. It is a powerful, emotional vision. The Long Island Museum of American Art, History & Carriages, 1200 Rte. 25A, Stony Brook. longislandmuseum.org Exhibit included in price of admission: $9 adults, $7 seniors, students with ID $4, children under 6 and museum members Free. Thursdays: 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., Fridays: 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., Saturdays: 10 a.m. till 5 p.m., Sundays: 12 p.m. till 5 p.m. September 4 through December 28East Northport Annual FestivalBicycle stunts, live music, magic shows, amusement park rides, mouthwatering food, sidewalk sales, and too many arts and crafts for sale to mention and an exotic petting zoo!? Will there be a llama munching on some grass? Will there be a squirrelly rabbit? Will there be chicken souvlaki? Grape leaves? Hummus? Will there be a baby fox!? Only one way to find out! John Walsh Park & Larkfield Rd., East Northport. eastnorthport.com/annual_events_festival.asp September 5 (6 p.m. to 11 p.m.), 6 (11 a.m. to 11 p.m.) & 7 (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.)Social DistortionSeminal punk stalwarts Mike Ness and crew take over the stage at The ’Mount for a no-holds-barred, rock-till-you-drop-or-are-carried-out mayhem fest replete high-octane, F-The-World anthems spanning the band’s nearly 40 years of ripping it, sure to include classics such as “Mommy’s Little Monster,” “Ball and Chain,” “Making Believe,” “Sick Boy” and “When The Angels Sing” along with newer firebombs from their latest, 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes. With special guests: Whigs & Jonny Two Bags. You do not want to miss this gig! The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $35, $75. 8 p.m. September 5The Last of Robin HoodStarring Kevin Kline, Susan Sarandon and Dakota Fanning, this erotic, suspenseful biopic breathes life into the final, controversial years of Hollywood star gigolo Errol Flynn (Kline) and his torrid, scandalous affair with 15-year-old Beverly Aadland (Fanning), enabled by her fame-fiending mother Florence (Sarandon). Wow. Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org Check website for ticket prices and showtimes. September 5 through September 11Port CityThis is a loaded day at The ’Rev indeed! First up it’s Long Island multi-instrumentalists and self-described “Band of Brothers” Port City—featuring their emotional, high-energy rock/indie/jazz/funk creations through piano, guitar, sax, bass, violin and drums—with fellow Long Island pop-punkers Chasing April & NY alt-rockers Chasing Carmen. 16 and older with ID. $10 ADV/$12 DOS. Doors 5 p.m. Then for the creatures of the night it’s The Electrix (Grateful Dead tribute) and Think Floyd (Pink Floyd tribute) doling out all the classic hits you just never get to see performed live anymore. 18 and older with ID. $10. Doors 8:30 p.m. Revolution Bar & Music Hall, 140 Merrick Rd., Amityville. revolutionli.com September 6Chris IsaakThe rockabilly swooner recently spoke with the Press regarding this gig, his acclaimed career and his love of Johnny Cash [Read It Here], among other things, remarking that he looks forward to “the fall foliage and an ebullient crowd!” This is a rock and roll gig for couples, hell yeah, but just as much for those lonely hearted jaders out there who walk along Jones Beach late at night staring at the extraterrestrial moon reflecting rippled bridges off the smooth lulling waters and say, “I know she’s out there, I’ll never give up, and when we meet, it will be like interplanetary lightning fire!” Or something like that. Expect mega-sexy blockbuster “Wicked Game,” along with many other melters. NYCB Theatre at Westbury, 960 Brush Hollow Rd., Westbury. venue.thetheatreatwestbury.com $49.50, $69.50. 7 p.m. September 7Rock Legends Live! Jimi HendrixThis cinematic celebration commemorating Hendrix’s artistry 44 years after his passing in September 1970 will include time travel clips from TV and live concert footage spanning his time melting planets with The Band of Gypsies and The Experience, featuring, among many other tunes: “Purple Haze,” “Foxy Lady,’ “Fire,” Voodoo Child,” “Hey Joe,” and “The Wind Cries Mary.” Do not miss this film! Cinema Arts Centre, 423 Park Ave., Huntington. cinemaartscentre.org Members $10/Public $15. 7:30 p.m. September 9Ninth Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Night at Ducks StadiumEnjoy the Long Island Ducks game against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs while raising much-needed awareness and funds to help fight breast cancer as 18 local breast cancer coalitions and countless supporters unite together to battle this insidious disease. [Read more about this amazing, important event HERE and at pinktie.org.] Together, we can beat this! Bethpage Ballpark, 3 Court House Dr., Central Islip. 631-940-3825. liducks.com 6:35 p.m. September 9 Click here to check out these and many more amazing gigs, events and performances taking place across Long Island in The Island EarJohn EdwardThis is the Long Islander’s “Coming Home Tour,” and is set to be a night absolutely full of unbelievable communications from loved ones who’ve crossed over to the other side, transcendental revelations and intense, passionate emotions, all around. Edward has a gift for delving deep into the afterlife and bringing forth messages from family members, lovers and friends who have “Crossed Over” to the next realm of existence. His psychic abilities are bound to amaze, excite and inspire. Wow. The Paramount, 370 New York Ave., Huntington. paramountny.com $50, $65, $85, $100, $200. 8 p.m. September 9
See also: Editor’s note: Based on a Food and Drug Administration news release, the original version of this story incorrectly listed Ranchero as one type of soft cheese that may be made from raw milk The FDA later issued a clarification saying that Ranchero is a trademark of the Cacique Co. of Industry, Calif., for a cheese made with pasteurized milk. Listeriosis, brucellosis, salmonellosis, and tuberculosis are among the illnesses the cheeses can spread, the agency said in a news release. Especially at risk are pregnant women, newborns, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems. Mar 14 FDA news releasehttp://www.fda.gov/NewsEvents/Newsroom/PressAnnouncements/2005/ucm108420.htm Particularly hazardous are raw-milk soft cheeses from Mexico and Central American countries, the agency said. It recommended that consumers not eat any unripened, raw-milk soft cheeses from Mexico, Nicaragua, or Honduras. “Data show that they are often contaminated with pathogens,” the statement said. Mar 16, 2005 (CIDRAP News) Soft cheeses made with raw milk can cause several serious infectious diseases, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned this week. “Recently, cases of tuberculosis in New York City have been linked to consumption of queso fresco style cheeses, either imported from Mexico or consumed in Mexico, contaminated with Mycobacterium bovis,” the statement said. The agency also warned against eating raw-milk soft cheeses bought at flea markets or from door-to-door sellers or carried in luggage from Mexico, Nicaragua, or Honduras. Raw-milk soft cheese from any source carries some risk, officials added. Queso frescostyle cheeses, popular among Hispanics, include Queso Panela, Asadero, and Blanco, among other types, according to the FDA. They may be imported or produced in the United States.
The top trainer and jockey respectively at the Cheltenham Festival, the latest Mullins and Walsh representative was a 1-6 favourite after he bolted up on his second start in Ireland at Gowran Park a month ago. Walsh kept things simple in the Limerick Races Congratulate World Hurdle Winner Solwhit Hurdle, bouncing out in front from flag-fall, and had most of his rivals cooked a long way from home. Press Association Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh continued their fantastic week as Djakadam justified cramped odds with an all-the-way victory at Limerick. Courage, a long way behind Djakadam at Gowran Park, made more of a race of it on this occasion, but was still seven lengths behind at the line. Walsh said: “He beat Courage plenty far the last day, so he was entitled to do it again. He can’t do any more than win, I suppose. I’d imagine he’ll step up in class now. He was bought to be a chaser and that’s what he will do.” Unoccupied ran out a wide-margin winner of the Newton Abbot Racecourse Handicap Hurdle for Edward O’Grady and Mark Enright. A 6-1 shot following a disappointing performance at Naas three weeks ago, the seven-year-old pulled right away in the home straight, safely negotiating the final couple of obstacles to seal a 12-length verdict. The Charles Byrnes-trained Whiskey Hall was a heavily-backed 2-1 favourite on his first start since finishing second in this race a year ago, but once again had to make do with the runner-up spot.
17-year-old Ben Woodburn became the youngest scorer in Liverpool history as they saw off Leeds United to qualify for the semi-finals of the EFL Cup at Anfield.The Welsh under-19 international sealed the 2-0 win in the 81st minutes after Divock Origi opened the scoring five minutes earlier.Liverpool will be joined in the semi-finals by Hull who defeated Newcastle on penalties after they finished 1-1 after extra-time. The quarter-finals continue this evening with two more games down for decision.At 8pm Manchester United and West Ham meet at Old Trafford for the second time in just four days.While at 7.45pm Arsenal and Southampton will be hoping to follow up on their wins from last weekend when the two teams meet at the Emirates.
Atlético fans are already mobilizing to make this confinement more bearable and has used the vehicle of social networks to organize. Thus, numerous fans have made an appointment to see at the same time, each one from his home, Liverpool-Atlético 2010. The call is at 20:30. On Twitter, in addition, hashtags are being organized to comment on the game: #choloencasa and #anfieldrojiblanca. Through them, in addition, you can find links to view and download that meeting.There is also a plan for a second ‘cybercite’, another epic match in Atlético’s recent history, such as last Wednesday: Bayern-Atlético 2016. It was an option for this Saturday afternoon, but it will finally be postponed for another call. Thus, this afternoon, many mattresses will relive the first great night at Anfield of Atleti de Quique, Forlán, Agüero, De Gea …