For Robbie Zeecs, working as a car dealer is only a stepping stone in pursuing his true passion. The red-bearded Port Jefferson native is a rapper.
Earlier this year, the New York Council on the Arts launched an interactive arts map, The New York Media Arts Map v3.
At a time when art is a highly personal depiction of inner expression, arts organizations across Long Island are trying to make art more accessible and appealing to public.
The Undergraduate Student Government’s annual Brookfest, held on April 13, concert rocked Stony Brook University with performances by Cash Cash and Future.
As an undergraduate student, Kevin McEvoy was interested in courses the art department offered, but felt like he was made for something different.
Upsetting audiences and music lovers across Long Island, the philharmonic will stop performing after 36 years of concerts loved by the community.
The Long Island Museum’s collaborative arts group met earlier this month to discuss plans to unite the numerous galleries across Long Island.
SBU TNG, takes 3-D printing to a whole new level, exploring the design and technicalities of dildos, butt plugs and any other sex toy of you can imagine.
The hidden gem that is Stony Brook’s music scene is unifying the voice of the students, pulling together artists and fans alike.
The 34-year-old comedian and actress is known for her work as a cast member in “Saturday Night Live” and co-star of the Fox series “Scream Queens.”