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Poster for the Charles B. Wang Centers showing of The Prophet. PUBLIC DOMAIN

Khalil Ghibran’s “The Prophet” Immortalized on Screen

Niki Nassiri November 11, 2019
The movie “The Prophet,” screened at the Charles B. Wang Center Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 7, celebrates love, freedom and death through a series of visually stunning animated essays.
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Man of La Mancha Comes to Northport Theater

“Man of La Mancha” Comes to Northport Theater

Kraig Klein October 21, 2018
The musical had its New York City premiere in 1965 at the ANTA Washington Square Theatre in Greenwich Village before moving uptown to Broadway’s Martin Beck Theatre in 1968.
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Editorial: Changing the section name to “Arts & Culture”

The Editorial Board August 26, 2018
By expanding our arts section from arts and entertainment to arts and culture we hope to usher in a new era of inclusivity at our newspaper.
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Close Encounters of the Third Kind. PAUL TOWNSEND/FLICKR VIA CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Journey through sound and space with Steven Spielberg

Fabrizia Maiello September 10, 2017
AMC Loews in Stony Brook provides the unique opportunity of viewing this portrait film on the big screen once again for its 40th anniversary.
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President Samuel L. Stanley, right center, helped lead the ribbon cutting ceremony for the SB Arena. BASIL JOHN /STATESMAN FILE

Basketball movie ‘Wolves’ films scenes in IFCU Arena

Nick Zararis April 26, 2017
Stony Brook University's Island Federal Credit Union Arena made its big screen debut in the indie basketball drama “Wolves,” which was released in March.
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Students at the Commuter Student Associations drive-in movie event on April 19. MARIE MATSUNAGA/THE STATESMAN

Commuter student organizations host drive-in movie event

Marie Matsunaga April 26, 2017
On April 19, the Commuter Student Association and Commuter Student Services & Off Campus Living screened “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” at their semesterly Drive-In Movie event at the South Parking Lot.
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Students crowd a table at BeautyCon to create their own face masks from all natural ingredients. LUIS UIZ DOMINGUEZ/THE STATESMAN

Beauty Con 2017 shows students how to pamper themselves

Antonia Brogna April 9, 2017
Beauty Con 2017 at the HDV and GLS Center on April 6 proved that taking care of yourself can be easy, fun and inexpensive.
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Emo band Balance and Composure play at The Royale in Boston in 2013. JASON COX/FLICKR VIA CC BY-NC-ND

Balance and Composure to kick off spring U.S. tour

Kayla McKiski April 9, 2017
Emo revivalists Balance and Composure will kick off their spring U.S. tour on April 20, at Revolution Bar & Music Hall in Amityville.
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Kurtwood Smith at a signing at Fox FanFare 2010. He plays Leslie Claret in the new Amazon TV show Patriot. CRISHNA SIMMONS/ FLICKR VIA CC BY NC 2.0

Next on Amazon Video: “Patriot”

Ryan Williams March 5, 2017
Amazon's latest offering, “Patriot,” may be too confusing and self-absorbed to continue its critical success, the series has enough charm to sustain its ten-episode run.
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Michelle Dockery at the 2013 Golden Globes. She stars as Letty in Good Behavior JDEERINGDAVIS/FLICKR VIA CC BY 2.0

Show Review: ‘Good Behavior’

Arielle Markiewicz February 17, 2017
If the “Ocean’s Eleven” franchise collaborated with “Silver Lining’s Playbook,” you’d have a great movie ... or an even better TV show — like TNT’s new series “Good Behavior.”
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Jason Momoa speaking at Phoenix Comicon in May 2015. The Game of Thrones star plays--- on the netflix original series Frontier. GAGE SKIDMORE/FLICKR VIA CC BY-SA 2.0

Next on Netflix: ‘Frontier’ is a flawed yet fun watch

Ryan Williams January 29, 2017
Following his dynamic performance on “Game of Thrones,” and before his stint in the upcoming “Justice League,” Jason Momoa is headlining the new Netflix series “Frontier.”
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The Paul Zuccaire Gallery has a new show on display through Dec. 18. EVEAN YUSON/THE STATESMAN

Monumental montages and murals come to Zuccaire

Emily Norman November 17, 2016
Lorna Bieber's exhibition, “Traces,” features montages and murals of black and white photographs of insects, birds and other animals, altered by Bieber in her own unique way.
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