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Boston’s Restaurant Week: The Top of the Hub

Boston’s Restaurant Week: The Top of the Hub

If it’s your first time in Boston for Restaurant Week, it’s normal to be overwhelmed. With […]

Boston’s Restaurant Week: Abe and Louie’s

The chance to eat a good piece of steak is a rare and coveted experience for […]

INTERVIEW: Seth Meyers on the comedic life

From doing improv comedy in college to working as co-head writer of Saturday Night Live, Seth Meyers […]

Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, and Paul Weitz on success beyond Admission

Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, and Paul Weitz on success beyond Admission

  The Millennial generation has learned a lot from Tina Fey. From how to use satire […]

PREVIEW: Boston’s Restaurant Week

PREVIEW: Boston’s Restaurant Week

One of the best things about living in a city is the easy access to good […]

REVIEW: The Glass Menagerie: A Brilliant Memory

For some, memories can bring about positive thoughts. But for Tom Wingfield, one of the main […]

The great and powerful failures of Oz the Great and Powerful

The great and powerful failures of Oz the Great and Powerful

It is most disappointing when a film’s best moment comes in its opening titles. Oz the […]

by · March 15, 2013 · 3 comments · Film & TV, The Muse

REVIEW: Jack the Giant Slayer

Jack the Giant Slayer is the newest in the line of gritty reboots to children’s stories. Much […]

Give The Drummer Some: Recent Alt-J and Why?

Give The Drummer Some: Recent Alt-J and Why?

Alt-J (with Hundred Waters) The art-rock British group Alt-J (∆) played two sold out shows at […]

James Franco, Sam Raimi on Oz the Great and Powerful

James Franco, Sam Raimi on Oz the Great and Powerful

Disney’s Oz the Great and Powerful, directed by Sam Raimi and out in theatres Friday, tells the […]