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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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Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Review: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

David Pepa April 3, 2016
Director Zack Snyder’s latest work, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”, features the battle between two of DC Comic’s iconic heroes and the results did not do them justice.
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Wind Ensemble’s “Flight” show blew everyone away

Wind Ensemble’s “Flight” show blew everyone away

David Pepa November 16, 2015
Music Director, Bruce Engel brought the Stony Brook Wind Ensemble to the Staller Main stage on Nov. 11.
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Nice Shot, Kid, above, also performed at the Back to the Brook concert last semester. KRYSTEN MASSA / THE STATESMAN

Streetlight Manifesto finally makes it to the Brook

Krysten Massa April 21, 2015
USG sold about 400 tickets to the show and those who came out to party did not hold back. Ska-lovers from all corners of campus came out to enjoy the music and celebrate 4/20.
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Leonardo DiCaprio stars alongside Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan. (MCT Campus)

Summer entertainment 2013: film, television and music

Brandon Benarba May 5, 2013
Everyone looks forward to the summertime. Even if you are working a summer job or partaking in classes, there is something liberating about those few months in which the sun hangs high. It is times like this that many new pieces of entertainment are released for our pleasure, but sometimes there can be a bit too much to choose from. So, I have singled out some of the more standout options that will soon be available.
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Comics as Cultural Icons

Joe Arico April 22, 2009

The idea of masked heroes who can lift trains and fly through the night sky while wearing primary-colored tights sounds nothing like the world we live in today. But that may be exactly what makes them so appealing. Natural disasters, war, and economic recession are leading the headlines.

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