Stand-up comedian Ryan Hamilton is bringing his act to The Paramount in Huntington on Sept. 14. Hamilton — who put out the Netflix special, “Happy Face,” in 2017 — has never performed at The Paramount before.
Canadian indie rock supergroup Broken Social Scene rolled through the Paramount in Huntington on Saturday, April 7 for the second-to-last stop on their tour to support their 2017 record Hug of Thunder.
Being a Stony Brook University resident student is not at all an isolating experience. Suffolk Transit buses take students to off-campus locations such as Smith Haven Mall and grocery stores, and university buses do the same on weekends. The new 7Bus, stationed at the Student Activities Center, stops at various locations in New York City. And the Long Island Rail Road is right on-campus as well, taking students all over Long Island and to NYC. The LIRR also takes students to Port Jefferson’s Main Street hub. With a five to 10 minute train ride, students can wander the numerous shops and restaurants there.
When it comes to the music scene, Stony Brook offers concerts in a few different places. There is RockYoFaceCase at the University Café, the occasional show on the Staller Steps and, if you feel like waiting until spring, there is always a huge show at the end of the semester. But what happens when campus life gets boring, or Stony Brook just isn’t cutting it with their musician selection?