Sitting on the crest of a hill on Boston College’s Brighton Campus lies the Charles S. and Isabella V. McMullen Museum of Art. Once a two-story museum in Devlin Hall with only enough space to put on two to three exhibits annually, the McMullen Museum is now housed in the renovated former residence of Boston’s archbishop.
‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ Offers Innovative Approach to Addressing the Pros and Cons of Interconnectivity
The play put on at Bonn Studio Theater showcased both societal criticisms and a comedic perspective on communicating in the modern world.
King Tuff Embraces His Weirdness and Wizardry at Boston Show
Multi-talented King Tuff warms up crowd in Boston Show with his effortless charm.
Lana Del Rey Blends Musical Past and Present With Nostalgic New Album
Arts Staff Writer Leah Stitzel depicts Lana del Rey’s new album as a “hodgepodge history of sad music.”
Flo Rida To Perform at BC’s 2023 Marathon Monday Festivities
Boston College’s instagram page has announced that rapper Flo Rida is scheduled to perform on stage in the Mod parking lot on April 17.
Behind the Scenes of BC Theatre: A Look Into the Production Process of ‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’
Staff writer Jack Weynand sat in on rehearsals and talked to the cast to see what a behind-the-scene of a theatre production looks like.
Hozier’s ‘Eat Your Young’ Incorporates Political Statements With Catchy Melodies
The Irish music artist adds to his discography songs that play on a combination of both up-tempo sounds and bleak lyrical meanings.
M83 Crafts ’80s Movie Soundtrack With ‘Fantasy’
French electronic music group M83’s album Fantasy is one of the best ’80s movie soundtracks, and it doesn’t even come with a movie.
Family Dynamic in ‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods’ Proves Superhero Films Are Here to Stay
New Shazam sequel presents two storylines that differ in family values, but with similar goals of saving their respective people.
Tran: 50 Years of ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’ and Pink Floyd’s Everlasting Legacy
Associate arts editor Paterson Tran unpacks the lasting legacy of pioneering psychedelic and conceptual ’70s rock band Pink Floyd.