Consuming art is an individual and personal experience — an experience dependent on the life, values, and character of the consumer.
Over winter break, The Harvard Crimson tried the New York Times's holiday cookie recipes, with the goal of testing how college students could fare against professionals.
I have 16 obscure musical instruments stored within my approximately 100-square-foot dorm room.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we’re celebrating this holiday season by sharing the books that we’re most grateful for.
On Oct. 22, the Boston Asian American Film Festival screened an episode of the upcoming television series “Expats,” alongside a live panel with director Lulu Wang.
Perhaps in a world of constant reboots and remakes, there’s something simply better about writers cutting off their own series, rather than slowly squeezing the life out of it.
To psychologize the voice of another being is a lofty task, indeed.
The Harvard Crimson sends staff writer Stella A. Gilbert '26 to Seaside Park to cover the 2023 Sound on Sound Music Festival.
Luckily, Sound on Sound did not disappoint, with dozens of food stands and trucks from restaurants near and far.
Sound on Sound Music Festival returned for its second year in Bridgeport, CT, with 17 bands performing across two days.
Morissette has established an impactful life of music-making, and clearly has no intention of stopping anytime soon.
With that serendipitous turn, Oladokun got the shining spotlight that she deserved to close out her set.
The song left many audience members with hoarse throats and tear-stained eyes, a triumphant finale to a glorious overall performance.
Sound on Sound 2023 ended on a high, featuring stunning performances by Cautious Clay, Mt. Joy, John Mayer, and many others.
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