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Matisse Museum brings fresh perspectives to See you at yours Exhibition

Matisse Museum brings fresh perspectives to “See you at yours” Exhibition

Jenna Zaza February 5, 2023
The Matisse Museum in Nice, France welcomed the contemporary artist Agnès Thurnauer to bring new perspectives and interpretations to the 20th-century French artist Henri Matisse’s art in the “See you at yours” exhibition. 
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A walk through East Williamsburg’s street art

Cindy Mizaku May 6, 2020
Before the city lockdown order on March 20, 30-year-old Ariel Coello would lead street art walks over the weekends to have folks engage with and learn about Brooklyn’s art community.
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The United Nations General Assembly Hall. CINDY MIZAKU/THE STATESMAN

Stony Brook students tour U.N. with Israeli Consulate

Cindy Mizaku November 15, 2019
“There’s a lot of stuff not covered in the media about Israel, such as hospitals taking in Syrian refugees and giving them medical care, or even their humanitarian efforts across the globe, sending people to natural disasters or helping with water crises.”
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A Ruger carbine (left), four AR-15 rifles and shotguns lined on a wall. New York state law prohibits semi-automatic rifles from having a pistol grip and a detachable magazine.ANDREW INFANTINO/THE STATESMAN

In defense of the AR-15

Andrew Infantino August 31, 2019
Used by both millions of lawful citizens and some of America’s worst mass murderers, the AR-15 is arguably the most controversial rifle in United States history.
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Sept. 11 had a bigger impact than you think

Mike Adams September 11, 2018
We need to recognize the common denominator of pain that day, wrought from the innocent in nearly every corner of the Earth, if we are ever to truly heal.
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Andre Roussimoff (left) in a WWE match with Macho Man. HBOs documentary Andre chronicles Roussimoffs life. COURTESY OF WWE

New documentary, “Andre the Giant,” explores the man and the mythos

Chris Parkinson April 18, 2018
HBO’s recent documentary "Andre The Giant" details the life of the wrestler out of the ring and after the bell.
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A mock cover of the french science fiction mid-century comic, Valerian. INTERGALACTIC ROBOT

The “Star Wars” of 60s France fails in the 21st century

Claudia Motley January 21, 2018
The Star Wars saga has won the hearts of millions since 1977, yet a similar story has been seen before, and it debuted in print nearly a decade before “Episode 4: A New Hope” made its premiere.
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President Donald Trump speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Maryland back in 2013. GAGE SKIDMORE/FLICKR VIA CC BY-SA 2.0

Letter to the Editor: Why the United States Would Lose — Yes, Lose — A War With North Korea

Michael A. Barnhart November 8, 2017
There is something far faster, and ultimately far more lethal, than a nuclear-tipped missile. It is a bit of computer code designed to wreak instantaneous havoc with its target. It is cyber-warfare.
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The dance group Tango Buenos Aires performed at the Staller Center for the Arts on Saturday, Oct. 28. Through their performance, they told the life of one of the most distinguished figures of tango, Carlos Gardel. PHOTO COURTESY OF THE STALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTS

Tango Buenos Aires premieres at Staller Center

Kraig Klein November 5, 2017
The show told the life story of Carlos Gardel, a singer, composer and actor known as the “Singing Thrush” of Argentina, whose energetic compositions helped spread the tango internationally like wildfire.
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Chef Guy Reuges French cuisine at Mirabelle restaurant and Tavern was rated four stars by the New York Times. KRYSTEN MASSA / THE STATESMAN

Chef Guy Reuge semifinalist for James Beard Award

Jesse Borek May 11, 2015
Chef Guy Reuge, whose cuisine is featured at the Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn in Stony Brook, is really no different than you or I.
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Three Stony Brook guests give testimonies to the horror of nuclear weapons

Taylor Ha May 10, 2015
Two survivors of the 1945 Hiroshima bombing and a disarmament activist shared their first-hand experiences with nuclear weapons and a desire for nuclear abolition.
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The Know: Perversion of religion no reason for murder

The Know: Perversion of religion no reason for murder

Niveditha Obla March 3, 2015
My final belief is Charlie Hebdo is an event that floats in a shade of grey, teetering between two very opposing sides.
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