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The Day of the Locust: Adam Aries immortalized in photography showcase

Though Adam Aries, also known by friends as “Zidney Fiendish,” died suddenly in his sleep three […]

Michael Christmas is the jolly new face of Boston rap

Christmas is coming early this year. Feb. 19 will mark the release of Is This Art?, the highly anticipated […]

by · February 12, 2014 · 0 comments · Features, Muse, The Muse, Weeklies

Monkey business: Indie rock favorites swing into Agganis

The Arctic Monkeys brought it to Agganis Arena Thursday night. While overall the show was filled with starkly […]

by · February 10, 2014 · 0 comments · Muse, The Muse, Weeklies

Gloria proves how age should never let our love for life fade

Gloria could have easily been like every other movie of its kind. An older woman still trying to […]

Panic! at the Disco: You couldn’t get our teen hearts beating

I should have expected it, but when Panic! at the Disco performed at House of Blues […]

We can’t bear how Wild Cub’s debut album claws its way into our hearts

In the past year or so, pop music has been overwhelmed with vivacious electronic components and […]

From garage band to the Grammys:  Inside music’s biggest night

From garage band to the Grammys: Inside music’s biggest night

There’s a reason that the Grammys are second only to the Academy Awards in the pecking […]

INTERVIEW: Comedian Braunohler doesn’t care what you think

Kurt Braunohler is best described through his actions, some of which involve animal racing and street […]

BU Hip-Hop hails as a rapper’s paradise

In little more than two short years, one particularly ambitious Boston University club has seen its […]

Jonze’s ‘Her’ tells a story of almost-contemporary love and independence

There’s a pretty important distinction people need to make, Charles explains, between what to eat and […]