St. Baldrick's Day on Long Island

Michael Murn gets his head shaved, he said,

(Credit: Howard Schnapp)

Every March, businesses and organizations around Long Island volunteer to shave heads publicly to help raise funds to fight childhood cancer and show support for the young people who have lost their hair to chemotherapy. Naturally, hundreds of Long Islanders line up for the cause. Want to join them? Here's a list of bars, schools and other spots that await you, razors in hand. --Compiled by Ian J. Stark

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