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Hannah E. Gadway

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‘Clancy’ Review: Twenty One Pilots Successfully Cap Off a Decade-Long Narrative

All good things must come to an end, and “Clancy” proves that letting go, despite feeling bittersweet, can sometimes be for the best.

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Concert Review: Hozier Enchants Saratoga Springs

Hozier’s show at the iconic venue was a testament to his ability to enchant audiences of thousands with music alone.

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‘Backslide’ Single Review: Surprisingly Forward-Thinking

The song is not overly complex, but it proves that Twenty One Pilots are an ever-evolving band.

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‘All Our Yesterdays’ Review: If Macbeth Were Boring

“All Our Yesterdays” reflects a larger problem with the state of adaptation — often, authors needlessly desire to directly attach themselves to older works.

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‘Challengers’ Review: Too Hot to Handle Itself

While its script is intriguing, "Challengers" tries to differentiate itself from the sports genre too dramatically with technical elements and sexual subplots.

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‘The Tragedy of Julius Caesar’ Review: Some Hits, Some Misses

The Hyperion Shakespeare Company’s version of "The Tragedy of Julius Caesar" felt the most relevant when it stayed grounded in the streets of Rome.

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What the Lobster Roll Means to Maine

While tourists may see lobster rolls as an expensive dish, lobstermen see them as a way to keep the lights on throughout the year.

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‘Next Semester’ Single Review: Genre-Defying, Per Usual

The song does not take on the tone of a single genre, instead adapting itself to the unique sound Twenty One Pilots is known for.

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When We’re Back in Boston: Metropolitan Vignettes

Here is a collection of vignettes that demonstrates what exactly makes The Crimson’s Arts Board feel the pulse of Boston in that special, intangible way.

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Telling Her Story: Vignettes for Women’s History Month

Here are The Crimson’s Arts Board’s favorite books and authors to turn to in reflection on gender, womanhood, and femininity.

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Blackberry Smoke Concert Review: Boston Hears Georgia

Blackberry Smoke brought a genuine energy to their House of Blues show and proved that Georgia has its own home in the heart of New England.

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Oleana Restaurant Review: Bringing Turkish Flavors to Cambridge

Although its food’s complexity sometimes verges on chaos, Oleana is still daring in all the right ways.

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‘When Among Crows’ Review: Short and Bittersweet

Veronica Roth, the author behind the beloved “Divergent” novels, has breathed new life into Slavic folklore in her latest book, “When Among Crows.”

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‘Empire of the Damned’ Review: A Wickedly Good Time

It’s time to make vampires cool again. “Empire of the Damned” reignites readers’ obsession with all things dark and wicked.

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‘Overcompensate’ Single Review: Twenty One Pilots Brings Emo Back

Is emo back? The newest single from Twenty One Pilots, “Overcompensate,” seems to answer this question with an emphatic “yes.”