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Blog: Escape to New York - Day Three

Blog: Escape to New York – Day Three

Arielle Dollinger August 11, 2011

This weekend, I attended the Escape to New York music festival on the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton with The Statesman’s music blogger, Chris Priore. ________________________ Day three of the...

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Blog: Escape to New York - Day Two

Blog: Escape to New York – Day Two

Arielle Dollinger August 11, 2011

This weekend, I attended the Escape to New York music festival on the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton with The Statesman’s music blogger, Chris Priore (check back soon to see his review of the...

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a portion of the grounds of the Shinnecock reservation

Blog: Escape to New York – Day One

Arielle Dollinger August 11, 2011

This weekend, I attended the Escape to New York music festival on the Shinnecock Reservation in Southampton with The Statesman’s music blogger, Chris Priore (click here to read his review of the music...

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Jon Mayes and Joey Reichert teach an audience three semesters-worth of Rutgers physics during the Escape to NY festival.

Guerilla Science Comes To The U.S.

Arielle Dollinger August 8, 2011

Friday, Aug. 5, marked the opening day of the first Escape to New York music and lifestyle festival, as well as the coming of Guerilla Science to the US.  The festival was modeled after The Secret...

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Blog: Escape to New York Day 1 - Photos

Blog: Escape to New York Day 1 – Photos

Arielle Dollinger August 6, 2011

Today was the first day of Escape to New York -- a three-day music and lifestyle festival in Southampton. Statesman Music Blogger Chris Priore and I set out to cover each and every aspect of the festival,...

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Blog: SBFF – “All That Remains”

Arielle Dollinger July 28, 2011

...holding up my press pass... I walked into the Staller Center last night and ran into Cody Blue Snider, whose short film, “All That Remains,” was about to be shown as part of the Stony Brook...

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Blog: SBFF Night Three – Part 2

Arielle Dollinger July 25, 2011

Now that I am not falling asleep on my keyboard, I can write about the film that I saw last night.  I attended the 7p.m. showing of a film called Losing Control.  This showing at Staller was the film’s...

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Blog: SBFF Night 3 – Part 1

Arielle Dollinger July 24, 2011

Tonight was the third night of the festival, and it had a much lighter feel.  The short film that I saw tonight (leading up to the full-length film) was called “Cataplexy,” and I can honestly say...

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Blog: SBFF Night 2

Arielle Dollinger July 24, 2011

I arrived at Staller to attend a showing of Fort McCoy on the second night of the film festival, and as I waited for the film to begin, I did some research on my iPhone to see what the film would be...

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Blog: SBFF Opening Night – Part 2

Arielle Dollinger July 24, 2011

The film Sonny Boy, which came to Staller from the Netherlands for its premiere showing in the U.S., opens in the 1920s and takes viewers through the time periods prior to, during, and following the Holocaust. Ricky...

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My SBFF Press Pass -- The spelling of my last name is wrong, but its still valid.

Blog: Stony Brook Film Festival 2011 Opening Night – Part 1

Arielle Dollinger July 24, 2011

Last night I attended the opening night screening and reception of the 16th Annual Stony Brook Film Festival. Our film blogger, Joe Piccininni, was planning on joining me, but he got in a car accident...

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Blog: Throwback Thursday: Belle and Sebastian

Blog: Throwback Thursday: Belle and Sebastian

Arielle Dollinger July 21, 2011

Every week in the Throwback Thursdays series, you'll be exposed to musical gems from past years or even decades that you may have missed when they first came around and are worth taking notice of. Belle...

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