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The incendiary style of Blitzen Trapper

There’s a moment in Almost Famous (the greatest movie of all time) where William Miller tells […]

by · October 31, 2012 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse, Weeklies
Review: Boston Ballet’s Fall Program

Review: Boston Ballet’s Fall Program

The Boston Ballet’s Fall Program at the Boston Opera House, which opened Thursday Oct. 25, presents […]

by · October 31, 2012 · 7 comments · The Muse, Theatre, Weeklies
Hip-Hop and Martial Arts: The Man with the Iron Fists

Hip-Hop and Martial Arts: The Man with the Iron Fists

It is not often that the combination of two cultures can be described as “incredible,” “remarkable” […]

Science Tuesday: Take back control of your brain

For students looking for a way to focus their minds while studying, researchers at the Strong […]

Ambitious effort fails to deliver: A review of Cloud Atlas

There is very little that can be explained about Tom Twyker and Lana and Andy Wackowski’s […]

Artist’s photographs preserve the Zoroastrian tradition

Artist’s photographs preserve the Zoroastrian tradition

What started out as photographer Sooni Taraporevala’s attempt to preserve the essence of a generation evolved […]

by · October 28, 2012 · 2 comments · Events, The Muse, Weeklies

The Sessions: Sexy, funny and deals with some tough stuff

The Sessions is a refreshing piece of damn good cinema. The film explores the life of […]

Mario Testino shines his lights on Boston

Mario Testino shines his lights on Boston

Photographer Mario Testino’s photographs are bold, fierce and, quite honestly, in your face. Testino’s aptly titled […]

Show Review: A.C. Newman at Brighton Music Hall

Walking into Brighton Music Hall at 9 p.m. Tuesday night, one would hardly suspect it would […]

by · October 24, 2012 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse, Weeklies
Sol Azteca: Homespun South-of-the-Border Cuisine

Sol Azteca: Homespun South-of-the-Border Cuisine

Boston is home to a smattering of Mexican restaurants, but few can boast a background of […]