Long Island Food Not Bombs

Arielle Martinez and Kevin Urgiles
Long Island Food Not Bombs, a grassroots food share program under the nonprofit organization Community Solidarity, is gearing up for the season

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The Amazing Can Crusher

  By Lei Takanashi After Fabrizio Milito rolled onstage in a Roman chariot, ready to perform on Chinese Central TV, the host of the show yelled that Milito’s opponent, Yixi Fong, would take off Milito’s “angel wings.” Milito removed his robe, flapped his “wings,” and had his brother place a can on the “X” written […]

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Legionella Scare Moves from the city to Long Island

Two water cooling towers in Smithtown East and West high schools were deactivated and cleaned after Legionella bacteria, which causes Legionnaires’ disease, was found in them last week.
Since July of this year, an outbreak in South Bronx has led to the deaths of 12 people.

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Video Stores Still Alive in NYC

Despite the increased use of streaming services offered by companies such as Netflix, video stores are still alive in New York City. And they aren’t heading to the grave just yet.

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Sinclair Korte

A brief visit with a Stony Brook student, artist Sinclair Korte, and a look at some of his work and work habits here

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Lower Gas Prices

Gas prices seem to have skyrocketed over the past decade. However this year, gas prices have fallen around 21 percent over the past six months, and some experts are predicting that consumers will continue to pay less at the pump.

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Journalism Without Walls: Istanbul

Eight School of Journalism students called it home for ten days as they explored the city’s complex culture, politics and society on the latest Journalism Without Walls trip. VIEW

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