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- BU Playwright Student’s Drama Tackles Faith, Family, Forgiveness December 9, 2016“Is grandma gonna die?” the teenager whines. “I have school tomorrow.” Anyone who’s spent a long night with family in a hospital waiting room will recognize the mix of the mundane and the mortal in Andrew Joseph Clarke’s Faithless, running through December 18 at Boston Playwrights’ Theatre (BPT). Bostonians should feel especially familiar with the […]
- The Best Places to Study for Finals December 9, 2016The semester is nearly over. Regular classes wrap up Monday and finals take place December 16 through December 21. Already, students are pouring into Mugar Memorial Library, the GSU food court, and nearby coffee shops to finish papers and presentations and begin cramming for exams—and finding a seat in those places is often difficult. With […]
- Unearthing the Truth about “Jingle Bells” December 8, 2016Most of what we know about “Jingle Bells” is wrong, says Kyna Hamill, a CAS senior lecturer. For starters, the song was first performed in blackface.
- Brunch Bets: Article 24 December 8, 2016When Article 24 opened in Brighton in June, it arrived to much fanfare. Zagat, the restaurant bible, had already named it “one of Boston’s 11 most anticipated restaurants for spring,” and since opening, the restaurant has been attracting a steady crowd, drawn to its food, tequila bar (called Bandito, located downstairs), and live DJs. The […]
- Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Therapy Included December 8, 2016A CARD visiting researcher since 2000, Wendy Lippe is also a therapist in private practice and the artistic director of the Psych Drama Company. This month, the Psych tackles Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Lippe as Martha.