When Britney Spears descended from the ceiling at her nearly sold-out show at the TD Garden on Saturday night, she was looking more Death Eater than ringleader.
As Boston University junior Stephen Maouyo waits at Petit Robert Bistro in Kenmore Square for his steak frites, he sits at the window table awarded to him only after a snubbed to the booth seat the cheerful hostess initially offered.
There’s nothing like an afro/pop/dance album to keep your summer fresh even as a new semester rolls around. Still looking for your perfect fit? Try Warm Heart of Africa by The Very Best.
Summer has arrived. Whether you are still under the strange delusion that there are any transitory seasons in Boston, the weather has warmed and people are ready to jump-start the sagging economy with the promise of outdoor dining and fresh seafood.
Apparently, this summer is when we’re going to feel the effect of the writers’ strike that took place from November 2007 to February of last year. Big-budget Hollywood scripts generally take a year and a half to go from the writing phase to the movie’s release.