If you need a break from studying or if you’ve exhausted Netflix, cozy up with a captivating, quick read recommended by The Crimson.
A joyous celebration of tradition, creativity, exploration, and freedom that seemed just as fun to perform as it was to watch.
The show breathes fresh air into the genre of opera while examining pressing social issues.
The Grammys red carpet is known for out-of-the box style choices from the biggest names in fashion. This year’s ceremony did not disappoint.
Spring has sprung! In Boston, it’s more like a second winter, but whether you prefer rainy grays or budding blooms, The Crimson has the best book recommendations for all your spring reading needs.
LyLena Estabine hopes, already a published author, now hopes to open the door to performing arts to as many other students as possible.
Allende’s latest work gives her fans many of the hallmarks they’ve come to expect: heart wrenching but honest depictions of the Pinochet regime and complex, interwoven, endlessly interesting family dynamics.
The premiere of season four showcases the characters and family dynamics fans have grown to love, but stumbles when it comes to delivering comedy beyond mere caricature.
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