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Saturday Red Stage: The Gaslight Anthem and Bat for Lashes

“Hello, beautiful people!” Bat for Lashes’ Natasha Khan called into Boston Calling’s Saturday audience. Boston Calling’s Red Stage sported a collection of punk/grunge and ethereal alternative rockers, including Bat for Lashes, with a bevy of surprises along the way. The Red Stage lineup blasted off with Boston’s very own Viva Viva, a punky and high-energy collection of […]

Boston Calling: Vampire Weekend dominates Blue Stage lineup

Accompanied by local concessions and sponsor vendors along the perimeter of Boston’s City Hall, the first day of Boston Calling offered promise that this biannual event could one day reach the prominence of a Bonnaroo or South by Southwest festival. Popular indie rock bands, such as Vampire Weekend, Local Natives and Okkervil River marked Saturday’s […]

Carpe Diem with ‘The Spectacular Now’

Movies are exalted for their ability to provide escapism to their viewers. Excursions into fantasy heal the past and romanticize the future, allowing audiences to escape the persistent imperfections of the here and the now. As such, when a film crashes through the rose glass that tints most Hollywood lenses, the impact of reality feels, […]

Boston Calling rocks City Hall Plaza

Energetic guitar riffs, ethereal electronic beats and folksy vocals will echo from City Hall Plaza this weekend to welcome students back to the city and celebrate Boston’s diverse music tastes. Vampire Weekend and Passion Pit will headline the second-ever Boston Calling Music Festival in City Hall Plaza on Saturday and Sunday. The two massively popular […]

Pay me for my resume boost?

BU students share their summer internship experiences in the debate on paid versus unpaid internships Interested in taking on a summer internship to help determine her career interests, Sara Arnold, a College of Communication senior, began her search using the Boston University CareerLink assuming all of her options would be unpaid. “I thought I didn’t […]