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Whenever a movie franchise is revived after a long break, there’s a tendency for the new installment to stick out like a sore thumb, not quite measuring up to the originals. What’s most surprising about Men in Black 3 is that despite being released ten years after the second film, it doesn’t fall into that trap, actually fitting in quite nicely with the previous two.

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The Heckscher Museum of Art June Events

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The Heckscher Museum offers many events for all ages. The following is a list of upcoming events for June.

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Summer Fun At The Vanderbilt

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Children will find lots of fun and creativity in the summer educational workshops offered by the Suffolk County Vanderbilt Museum. Sessions for children ages 3-4 and in kindergarten through third grade are offered in July and August at the Vanderbilt Education Center.
All workshops begin with an educator-led tour of the Vanderbilt Museum’s marine-life, natural-history and […]

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String Quartet At Cinema Arts Centre May 25

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Amphion Violinists Katie Hyun and David Southorn, violist Wei-Yang Andy Lin, and cellist Mihai Marica, first joined together for a performance at Sprague Hall at the Yale School of Music in February, 2009. The overwhelmingly positive audience reception at this concert was the inspiration behind their mutual desire to pursue a career as the Amphion String Quartet. Hailed […]

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Vanderbilt Mansion Living History Tours

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Living History Tours at the Vanderbilt Mansion Every Saturday and Sunday throughout the Summer. The calendar might read 2012, but on one hilltop in Centerport it will be 1938 all summer long. For more than a decade, Living History tours of the Vanderbilt Mansion have given summer visitors a kind of time-machine trip to the 1930s.

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Lynch Ballet Company Presents

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Movie Review – Dark Shadows

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Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows, based on the late ‘60s TV series of the same name, may stick a little too closely to its soap opera roots. The set design is gorgeous, filled with beautiful gothic scenery, and Burton no doubt has a visual eye that will always draw me. Depp gives a typically committed and somewhat amusing performance as the lead character.

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Caleb Hawley & Chasing June Perform at Cinema Arts Centre, May 17

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Caleb Hawley, a 2011 American  Idol Top 50 finalist, and New Jersey-based indie-folk duo Chasing June will be the featured performers during the Folk Music Society of Huntington’s Hard Luck Café at the Cinema Arts Centre on Thursday, May 17. The 8:30 p.m. concert will be preceded by an open mic at 7:30 p.m. Tickets […]

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Events At Heckscher Museum of Art

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There are a variety events available for your enjoyment at the Heckscher Museum of Art.

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Movie Review: The Avengers

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The Avengers, the newest superhero film from Marvel which made over $200 million at the box office this weekend, is an example of a pretty risky experiment paying off better than anyone ever expected.

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