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Catching Z’s keeps you beautiful

Researchers at the University of Michigan prove “beauty sleep” is, in fact, real Great news, guys. Not only is sleep one of the most heavenly, sought-after scarcities of the college scene, but it turns out “beauty sleep” is a real thing. Dr. Ronald Chervin of the University of Michigan recently spearheaded a study using sleep […]

Rising rap artist grows from Boston roots

Life is eventful and constantly evolving for 20-year-old rapper and recording artist Cam Meekins, and with fall upon us and winter approaching, he’s feeling particularly creative. “During the summer, there are so many distractions, but during the fall, I feel so focused,” Meekins said. “I’m ready to work on anything, always. I love the energy.” […]

LBJ play brilliantly dares Americans to go ‘All The Way’

Winston Churchill famously grieved that “democracy is the worst form of government, except for all the others.” Indeed, malice and stagnation have marked Washington “democracy” since its inception, but in recent years, the complexity of politics has bored Americans to apathy. In a mess of sequester, chemical weapons and tax law, Americans prefer to leave […]

Production duo ODESZA releases second addictive EP

Although West Coast electronic group ODESZA’s new five-track EP My Friends Never Die is just shy of 16 minutes in length, the album itself is anything but minimal. ODESZA, the Seattle-based production duo of Harrison Mills (Catacombkid) and Clayton Knight (BeachesBeaches) self-released their EP on Tuesday, less than one month after dropping the title track “My Friends Never […]

Somerville welcomes The Kirkland Tap & Trotter

Somewhere in Somerville on a street lined with dusky houses and neon-lit convenience stores stands The Kirkland Tap & Trotter. Yellow-tinted light pours out of the restaurant’s floor-to-ceiling windows onto the deserted and quiet sidewalk, allowing cold passersby a peek into the cozy setting. Even though The Kirkland Tap & Trotter — Tony Maws’ second […]