A viewer of Boston University’s On Broadway production of ‘HAIR’ this past weekend might have mistaken the show for a Broadway performance on 42nd Students brought the musical about long-haired hippies, racial and religious stereotypes, and the political upheavals of the Vietnam War to life inside of the College of Arts and Sciences.
As graduation looms our proverbial horizon, The MUSE has recently embraced its affinity for all things from our childhood. Since we still can’t find a job in the ‘real world,’ The MUSE was all for it when our columnists suggested a return to the good old days of after-school Pokemon card trades and 5th grade explorations into Zelda’s magical fortress.
For a month when I was 10-years-old, I was not Charlie Adelman. Instead, I was a young Hylian boy named Link. I would rush home from school every day to my chilly basement (too bad the Snuggie didn’t exist back then) and attempt to save Princess Zelda and the land of Hyrule.
Restaurant week has an incredible impact on the dining industry. By allowing guests a fixed menu at a decent price, the event revives the restaurant economy and diners are exposed to new locales or even treated to revisiting favorite eateries.
British pop-rock duo The Ting Tings performed a dynamic show at the Paradise Rock Club last Wednesday, the second show of their U.S. tour. Members Katie White (vocals, guitar, bass drum) and Jules De Martino (vocals, drums, electronics) rocked the crowd with their upbeat sound and high-energy stage presence, performing tracks from their album ‘We Started Nothing.’