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The Be-In Festival's 2nd Annual Acoustic Holiday Party! Fundraiser to Benefit WUSB 90.1 FM and 2010's Be-In/Solarfest

Be-In Festival Productions, Inc. Presents..
On Friday, December 11th, from 7PM till Midnight..
At the best bar in the world, (Mr.) Fadeley's (Deli Pub)...

The Be-In Festival's 2nd Annual Acoustic Holiday Party!
A Fundraiser for our favorite community radio station WUSB & 2010's The Be-In/Solarfest!

Kerry Kearney (Acoustic)!
Free Grass Union - The Return!
P'fesser Rubadub and The Lovedrops!
(KC's All-Star Band does Holiday faves!)
Scott Tweedie!

Plus, your Emcees will be WUSB's own Bobanero and DJ Eve! And, there will be a Non-perishable Food and Coat/Gently Used Clothing Drive for The Congregational Church of Patchogue. Please Bring Food & Clothing Donations to Help Out Locally!

Nominal admission fee (which is reduced further if you bring non-perishable food items!)

The best of L.I. Blues, Bluegrass, Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Folk and Country mix it up at the home of LI's finest choice of BEER! The Music Returns to Fadeley's Be-In style!

For more info: www.myspace.com/beinfestival or

Cafe` Ali Nov. 24th Author C.E. Lawrence and her new Book "Silent Screams"

A Deranged Killer’s Twisted Urges

In the streets of New York City, the Slasher chooses his victim—and makes his move. As he wraps his fingers around the girl’s pretty throat, his power increases. As he carves into her skin, his words become flesh. As he arranges her lifeless body in a loving tableau, his fantasies demand new, more violent sacrifices…

A Profiler’s Cunning Plan
At first, NYPD detectives suspect a jealous boyfriend. But criminal profiler Lee Campbell senses something darker, even ritualistic, about the murder. More chilling, he’s convinced he’s witnessing the genesis of a full-blown serial killer. But time is running out. A new victim has been chosen. Campbell must search the most terrifying recesses of the human mind—and his own past—before the screaming starts again…

Due to be released December 1, 2009


Stony Brook, N.Y. - With the championship of the Big South Conference riding on the outcome of the game, it came down to the final minute of action when Stony Brook and Liberty each scored touchdowns in a frantic finish this afternoon in LaValle Stadium. With 30 seconds left in the game sophomore Michael Coulter (Yorba Linda, Calif.) hit redshirt freshman Jordan Gush (Richardson, Texas) with the game winning, 10-yard TD pass that lifted the Seawolves to a dramatic, 36-33, win over the16th ranked Flames. The victory lifted Stony Brook into a tie with Liberty at the top of the Big South standings with 5-1 records and gives the Seawolves a co-Big South Championship with the Flames. It was also the first-ever victory for Stony Brook over a ranked opponent and broke a 16-game Big South winning streak by Liberty. Stony Brook finishes the season at 6-5, while Liberty falls to 8-3.

"It's not very often that you can say that your team has done everything the same way every week," said Stony Brook head coach Chuck Priore. "We have come up short in the fourth quarter this season and we have come out on top in the fourth quarter; this is a team that has never quit. Knowing what they have gone through on a weekly basis this season you can understand how proud this team was to walk off the field today with a win, especially the way we won it. We are very excited."


October 17th, 2009 room 231 Union ONE-DAY WUSB VOLUNTEER TRAINING - Click for more info

One-Day WUSB Volunteer Training -
Saturday, October 17th, 2009 9am-6pm -
Training to become a staff member of WUSB's volunteer staff begins Saturday -
Train to help with all aspects of WUSB radio -
Train to be a DJ, announcer and/or behind the scenes special projects and fundraising volunteer . Fall session is :
October 17th 2009 9am -6pm ( must attend 1 day long session )

Please email info@wusb.fm to register for training.
Call 632- 6498 or 632-6901 for questions.
No extra cost to current SBU Students or Staff.

$35.00 cost for community members to cover cost of training materials only.

The class will take place in Room 231 of the Stony Brook Union Building on the campus of SUNY Stony Brook. You can park for FREE on weekends in the Student Union Building parking lot behind Lavalle Stadium.

Union Building Phone # is 631-632-6830

Click http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/map/onlinemap.html for an on-line clickable map of the campus or download a PDF version by clicking http://www.stonybrook.edu/sb/map/newmap.pdf

Directions to Campus:

Stony Brook University is situated on an 1,100 acre site (see campus maps) on the north shore of Long Island in southeastern New York. We are approximately 60 miles east of New York City.
By Car
From New York City, take the Long Island Expressway (LIE, I-495) eastbound from the Queens Midtown Tunnel in Manhattan or the Throgs Neck Bridge or Whitestone Bridge in Queens to exit 62, and follow Nicolls Road (Route 97) north for 9 miles. The main entrance to the University is on the left.

By Train


Join Us at The Velvet Lounge Today from 4-8pm

Join WUSB at The Velvet Lounge today from 4-8pm with musical guests Jebus, Memphis Crawl and 4NZX (Forensics)!! Proceeds to go to WUSB 90.1 FM.

The Velvet Lounge is located inside The Curry Club (10 Woods Corner Road, East Setauket, NY - just east of Nicolls Rd at Rt 25A).


Jazz on Sunday

We're have a jazz afternoon and evening here on Sunday August 30, starting at 11:30 am with Bob Longman. We'll have live performances and interviews, including with trombonist Ray Anderson. So tune in!

Newest Bluesathon Schedule

Thursday 18th
7-10am Fishing With Bill
10am-12pm John Tabacco
12-2pm George Bostick of George Bostick and Blues House
2:00-4:00 Joe Rock of WBAB and LIMHOF
4-6 Joel Itzkowitz of WUSB/ Long time host of the Tuesday Night Blues Show
6-8pm Professor Louis of Professor Louie and the Crowmatix/Joe Vignola
8-10pm The Bayou
10pm-12am University Café Broadcast of Brooks Williams/Beaucoup Blue

Friday 19th
7-9am Whatever Floats Yer Boat w/Pam Betti
9-11am Sam Taylor's Blues/Rich L'
1030am-1130 Frank Latorre of Frank Latorre and the King Bees/Rich L'
1130 -100pm Phil Grande/Rich L'