Former arts editors Jacob Schick, Emily Himes, and Kaylie Ramirez, and former Editor-in-Chief Steven Everett review episode two of Oh Hello: The P’dcast.
“Oh, Hello: The P’dcast” is discussed by former editors Jacob Schick, Kaylie Ramirez, Emily Himes, and former editor-in-chief Steven Everett.
Save for a few coveted early days, I rarely ended up leaving before 2:30 a.m. The Upper stairs never felt longer than they did from November to February on Monday and Thursday mornings, when, truly, nobody else was outside (and don’t even ask about the 2018 walk from Mac to South Street).
Associate Arts Editor Emily Himes’ playlist is a peculiar mix of country and dad rock.
Recently released court documents suggests that the Mass. District Court believes that BC’s investigatory model in matters of sexual assault is fundamentally unfair.
Travis Scott was preceded by folksy Rainbow Kitten Surprise and Brandi Carlile, a cast of SNL writers, and yes, another one-hit wonder (Sheck Wes) to close the final day of Boston Calling.
Tame Impala treated Boston Calling goers to a set full of hits and deep cuts, both equally hypnotic, as the second day’s headliner.
The Trident Booksellers and Cafe bounced back after a fire put it out of business, maintaining its power as a Boston fixture and fan favorite.
The ‘Frida Kahlo and Arte Popular’ exhibit opened at the Museum of Fine Arts on Feb. 27 and will remain open until June 16. Then again, the exhibition showcases anonymous folk artists alongside Kahlo, María Izquierdo, the latter a far more prolific exhibitor than Kahlo.