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REVIEW: Mumford & Sons, Ben Howard sell out TD Garden

The manifestation of the folk renaissance of the past several years came out in droves Tuesday night to see Mumford & Sons, Ben Howard and The Felice Brothers sing to a sold-out TD Garden.  British singer-songwriter Howard opened the night with sincerity and soul-steeped folk ballads inviting many a Nick Drake comparison from his debut […]

Croissant for your thoughts? REVIEW: Thinking Cup

Winter is upon us, Commonwealth Avenue has turned into a gigantic wind tunnel, and our lust for coffee and lattes has increased. If you need a quick shot of something warm in between classes, then Starbucks is your place to go. But if you want to escape, perhaps to some place cozy and toasty, take […]

Bullet to the head? More like Oscar in the hand!

Faithful reader, as I look at the nominations this year for the Academy Awards, I am outraged. The Hollywood liberals with their “progressive” agenda are at it again and refuse to quit. From the multifaceted thematic warnings of Zero Dark Thirty, to the satirically ironic slap by Django Unchained or the reflective sobriety of Lincoln, we clearly see the similar […]

REVIEW: European street art hits the MFA

When walking the Museum of Fine Art’s halls, the recently added “Art in the Street: European Posters” exhibit immediately sticks out among the oil paintings of stuffy Victorian royals and pristine marble statues of the female form. And with good reason – “Art in the Street” isn’t just trying to catch the eye of the […]

REVIEW: Tegan and Sara celebrate at Brighton Music Hall

Tegan and Sara Quin have been at it for about fifteen years now as steadfast veterans of the indie rock scene. Sunday night, the Canadian twins brought their beloved act to Brighton Music Hall in celebration of the upcoming record, Heartthrob. MTV made an appearance to film the intimate set as part of its “Artist to […]