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“Legendary Club Scene” captured in Long Island Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame

Melanie Navarro December 4, 2022
What do Mariah Carey, Lou Reed, Blue Öyster Cult, Cyndi Lauper and Run-DMC have in common?  Besides numerous accolades and places in music iconography, they all have a spot in the new base of the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall Of Fame here in Stony Brook.
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The Reboli Center, a quaint corner filled with tranquility and local art

Sydney Riddle December 2, 2022
As the winter break quickly approaches Stony Brook and the days get colder, there becomes increasingly little to do. However, The Reboli Center for Art and History, located right across the street from Stony Brook Village, is a perfect indoor activity for those staying on campus during this holiday season.
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SBU alumna’s Jazz Loft brings jazz culture to Long Island

Rachel Parker November 7, 2018
The Jazz Loft isn’t just an immersive museum well-adorned with treasures of the Jazz Age — it’s a performance space.
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Dogs and their owners celebrate Halloween at Barkfest

Dogs and their owners celebrate Halloween at Barkfest

Courtney Kwong October 29, 2015
The fifth annual Barkfest of Long Island was held on Sunday, Oct. 25. Family, friends and dogs came donned in costumes to the pre-Halloween costume party.
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Off-campus locations offer great eats for students and community

Off-campus locations offer great eats for students and community

Rachel Siford March 9, 2015
The Stony Brook area is home to a variety of locally-owned food places that students may not know about if they do not leave campus often for meals.
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University Hospital teams up with Brookhaven to spread breast cancer awareness

Sarah Kirkup April 15, 2014
The Stony Brook University Hospital will team up with the Town of Brookhaven next October for a month-long breast cancer awareness campaign called Turn the Town Pink. The campaign will feature a series of free lectures across Brookhaven from Stony Brook doctors, who are encouraged to discuss any topic about breast cancer they choose.
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