On March 5, Weyes Blood, also known as Natalie Mering, performed an ethereal concert at Roadrunner Boston, bolstered by compelling visual and political components.
A major function of the show is to incentivize and imagine the possibility of legitimate change within the context of these powerful institutions.
Saunders crafts an emotional and enlightening journey through the nine short stories in “Liberation Day” with a restrained and imaginative writing style, peppered with humor and wit.
Emerging alternative musician Indira Ellis writes songs that she hopes people will relate to.
Karen Maine’s “Rosaline” proves that a juicy plot cannot save a film that lacks bold artistic vision.
The strength of the Boston-area poetry community showed its face in the Grolier Poetry Book Shop, with people convening to support one another and appreciate creative work in a group setting.
Susana H. Case reads at the Grolier Poetry Book Shop.
Looking to get out of the Harvard Square bubble, but don’t want to go across the river? Look no further than Central Square.
The film is not as bad as the political pop culture aficionado wants to hear, but not without its major flaws.
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