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Sam D. Cohen

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Inside the Fight to #SaveOurStages: Independent Venues Struggle to Survive the Pandemic Year

Over the past year, independent venues have faced unique challenges in surviving the pandemic. The venues that have survived are hanging by a thread, held on the other end by the support of their communities and the tenacity of their owners.

The Comedy Studio
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The Comedy Studio

The Comedy Studio

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Kitchen Table

Exhales, but not his own, even and mechanical, as if from inside a spacesuit as he hurdled alone through the vast expanse of black. Sedated. Intubated. Alone. Only the beeping intervals of his heart monitor for company.

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Arts

Portrait of an Artist: Katie E. Low '12

During her time at Harvard College, Katie E. Low ’12 was premed. Now, she works as an animator at Walt Disney Animation Studios and runs a podcast called Animation Happy Hour, where she informs and inspires young animation students hoping to break into the industry.

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Arts

The Show that Invented an Entirely New Medium, and Why You Need to Watch It

By any one of its many dimensions or all, it’s certainly worth the watch.

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Top 5: Podcast Recommendations

Whether you’re a seasoned podcast lover or you’re simply using the medium to seem more interesting for an upcoming date, you’ve come to the right place!

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‘We Are Who We Are’ Premiere Falls Short

By doing a poor job of painting American teen life and presenting a protagonist with a few too many layers of trauma, the premiere is unable to connect realistically to a teen audience.

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