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‘Ten Year Old Tom’ Review: Tom Needs a Break

Between its unconventional depictions of child-adult relationships, life in a dysfunctional family, and the frustrations of being a kid, “Ten Year Old Tom” is a show almost anyone can relate to.

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HBO Max's "Ten Year Old Tom."

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Review: A Thrillingly Dissonant Love Story

In not shying away from the weirdness of a comic book adaptation, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” manages to tell an engaging story about living and loving dysfunctionally.

Against the Current
Music

Against The Current Concert Review: Chrissy Costanza Lights Up the Sonia

The band, which includes vocalist Chrissy Costanza, guitarist Dan Gow, and drummer Will Ferri, who was touring to promote their new EP “fever,” delivered a high-energy performance that got the crowd jumping and clapping along to every song.

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Album Review: Oompa’s “Unbothered” Builds a Legacy of Joy

An acclaimed rapper and spoken word poet known for her unfaltering flow and authentic storytelling, Oompa’s music is truly art, embodying the intersection of earnest introspection and lively beats.

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Express Yourself with Molly Parden

Molly Parden seeks to treat songwriting “purely,” and when she writes, it is still just her and her guitar.

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A Warm Welcome Back to the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Despite some small flaws in their performance, the world-renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra sure did live up to their reputation.

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Film

‘The Electrical Life of Louis Wain’ Review: Cumberbatch Fails to Electrify as Overly-Quirky Artistic Genius

The director aspires to capture Wain’s spirit by mimicking his eccentric style –– a technique that may work for the cats Wain draws, but leads to a flat protagonist when applied to a human being.

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Mia and David Alpert Announce The Harvardwood Artist Launch Fellowship

More than anything, Mia and David Alpert want applicants to know that what they are doing and the art they create is valued, important, and impactful.

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Film

‘Lamb’ Review: An Unsettling Portrait of Family Life

“Lamb” follows a couple as they take in a human-lamb hybrid to raise as their own child.

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What The Hell Happened: TRUTH Social

Former U.S. President Donald J. Trump announced plans to release a new social network, TRUTH Social.

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Social Media and Mental Health: Warnings are not Enough

Facebook is aware of the negative impacts Instagram has on teenagers, including increased rates of anxiety and depression.

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Music

Kelly Clarkson’s ‘When Christmas Comes Around…’ Review: Christmas Makes an Extra-Early Debut

Kelly Clarkson's newest Christmas album brings the cheer and hopeful aspiration to this upcoming holiday season.

Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox GQ Cover
Arts

Machine Gun Kelly is Weed (Confirmed): What That Says About Celebrity Privacy

Couple Machine Gun Kelly (M.G.K.) and Megan Fox first met when M.G.K. told Fox he was… weed?

Matt Reeves' The Batman
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Movie Trailer Breakdown: Will DC Finally Break the Curse of Mediocre Batman Movies?

From the 1997 film “Batman and Robin” to the Lego Batman in recent years, Batman films are notoriously polarizing.

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