As we approach the halfway point of the football season, it is a good time to address one of the biggest offseason issues: the new Monday Night Football broadcasting crew. Is it me or have Mondays become more entertaining than ever? All the hype of Dennis Miller’s lack of experience has become a non-issue. Maybe […]
Roughly 4,500 free tickets for Bob Dylan’s Nov. 10 Armory show will be distributed Sunday, Oct. 29 to Boston University full-time undergraduates only. Students will receive one ticket each with their Terrier Card. Tickets are one a first come, first serve basis and seating is reserved. The venue for ticket distribution has not yet been determined, said Dean of Students Herbert Ross. Administrators are trying to find the most suitable location based on its capacity to house about 4,500 students indoors during an anticipated student campout for tickets.
Singer-songwriter James Michael, whose debut album “Inhale” was just released, has worked with everyone from the Bangles to Motley Crue. He also performed at CollegeFest 2000 on Saturday. Muse had the opportunity to speak with Michael. Muse: You spoke of your experience in making this album as, above all other things, an “emotional detox.” Can […]
They say you can never go home, but when Ed Stevens (Tom Cavanagh) discovers his wife is having an affair, he decides what he needs most is the past. So he packs up and moves back to his hometown of Stuckeyville, Ohio in an attempt to recreate a time when he was happiest. “Ed,” the […]
I read my horoscope today. Today was a “9,” which did not surprise me because the number rarely varies and every day is supposedly a “great” day. My roommate could contract syphilis, and the Earth could open and Satan and his minions could run rampart wrecking havoc on Kenmore Square, and that recurrent dream I […]