The notion of stage fights conjures images of Shakespearean jousts or operatic duels, all clanking swords and fancy footwork. But today’s fight directors craft melees from playful wrestling to barroom brawls. CFA’s Angie Jepson has choreographed staged rapes and attempted rapes as well as intimate physical tussling.
People walking past the 808 Gallery on Commonwealth Avenue can be forgiven for doing a double take. Visible through the plateglass windows are two giant sculptures of lionfish, their sheer size and vibrant colors serving as a calling card for the show inside—the School of Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition, which ends this Sunday. Featuring the […]
Favorite Fenway eatery El Pelon Taqueria made the top five when statistician, data journalist, and Mexican-American cuisine fan Nate Silver embarked on a quest to find the nation’s best burrito. Silver mined Yelp scores, then did extensive taste tests with a selection committee that visited restaurants and voted on the burritos. Finalists were chosen from [… […]
It was a summer job on a farm that gave Bryan Sih the blueprint for his film Winter/Spring, which took the top prize at the 35th annual Redstone Film Festival last night. The drama, about two adults wrestling with their impending parenthood, and at the same time dealing with a mysterious force killing their sheep, had some real-life […]
Update, 12:35 p.m. Thursday: Boston Royale nightclub confirms that the Dec. 10 party was eventually cancelled. Boston University has withdrawn its recognition of the Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter here, following its cosponsorship of a pre-Christmas party promoted with sexually suggestive, misogynist videos and photos. The withdrawal of recognition for the D […]