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ALBUM REVIEW: Lady Lamb the Beekeeper’s “Ripely Pine”

I recently read an interview with Aly Spaltro, the twenty-something brain behind ineffably original act Lady Lamb the Beekeeper, where she described her music as “pulpy,” and after a few listens to her album (by few, I mean about 20 in the past week) and a few minutes with a thesaurus, I can conjure no […]

$5 in Chinatown: Why we should all eat Chinese pastries

MUSE sent staffer Noëmie Carrant, a self-professed foodie, to Chinatown to find the most compelling food that $5 can buy in the area: February means one thing for me: Chinese New Year. Being half-Taiwanese, Asian culture has played a huge part in my life. As a child, I would devour my Ama’s (grandmother’s) dishes, made […]

Side Effects: Soderbergh’s dogged final dissertation

There may be no one person more responsible for the rise of the independent movie scene than Steven Soderbergh. His landmark feature Sex, Lies, and Videotape was an effective psychological thriller, because it constantly surprised with the “magic” possible in filmmaking. It redefined the playful, synthetic Hollywood ideal into more raw and intimidating filmmaking. His focus was […]

REVIEW: “Dream House” comes to Gallery 5

College of Fine Arts senior Molly Rosner brings pop art back to life in a major way in her “Dream House” art exhibition, on display through Friday, Feb. 15 at the CFA’s Gallery 5. Using vibrant colors, thick brushstrokes and a touch of pizzazz to depict vintage images of men and women, her paintings pay […]

Don’t be too afraid to cozy up to Warm Bodies

With the Northeastern weather not so kind this winter, everyone could use a little warming up. What better way to lay the gloves and scarves aside than by cozying up in a theatre and watching zombies eat brains and fall in love? In the post-apocalyptic world of Warm Bodies — directed by Jonathan Levine (50/50, The Wackness), starring […]