When a band returns to its home town for a show, there are only two ways it can go: they can play it like it’s ‘just another stop on the tour,’ or they can make it something special, something that anyone who is there can take with them and remember.
The lack of a bar scene has forced many a Coolidge Cornerian to Trader Joe’s to grab a bottle of $3 merlot and sit alone in his apartment wondering if he’s better off trekking to Kenmore Square for a buzz or sneaking a flask into the Coolidge theater (again) to mouth every line to The Room. Instead, stay local and grab a stool at the new Regal Beagle, opening soon at 308 Harvard St. in Brookline.
A’ Harvard education. . . for free? With a computer and Internet access, it’s possible, but you won’t get a diploma. This fall, Harvard and WGBH are broadcasting one of Harvard’s most popular classes, Justice with Professor Michael Sandel, on TV and YouTube.
Announcements of rising tuition rates have become a rite of passage every spring at colleges and universities across the country.
An enthusiastic crowd gathered last Friday night to hear Railroad Earth play the first of their two-night stand at the Paradise Rock Club.’ Prepared with violin solos, spontaneous jams and bluegrass grooves, Railroad Earth didn’t disappoint.