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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Anthony Boyle in Manhunt, now streaming on Apple TV+.

Apple TV ‘hunts’ down success with newest conspiracy thriller

Brooklyn Leighton, Opinion Editor April 23, 2024

The infamous assassination of former President Abraham Lincoln has gone down in history and Apple TV’s latest conspiracy thriller mini-series “Manhunt” gives viewers an exciting and chilling look...

Soulfully Versed harmonizing at their end-of-the-year showcase April 19.

Soulfully Versed takes audiences through ‘The Trials and Tribulations of Love’

Arlo Matthews, Staff Writer April 23, 2024

Suffolk University’s Soulfully Versed put on its end-of-the-year showcase on the 5th floor of Sargent Hall April 19, amid a busy weekend of performances. The show, entitled “The Trials and Tribulations...

Dora-Liisa Meriste and Carson Stiles rocking out at Ned Divines.

Suffolk students rock out at Ned Devine’s

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 23, 2024

The Common rocked the house down at Ned Devine’s Irish Pub April 17 at Faneuil Hall for their annual semester concert. Kicking off the concert with Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ On A Prayer,” newest...

An anthology of honesty: Swift’s finest fascicle

An anthology of honesty: Swift’s finest fascicle

Brooklyn Leighton, Opinion Editor April 23, 2024

Beloved pop princess Taylor Swift released her 11th studio album “THE TORTURED POETS DEPARTMENT”  April 19, giving fans the perfect balance between soul-crushing lyricism and addictive instrumentals.  The...

Brady Dallas Jones performing original music at Modern Theatre.

Spring concert at Modern Theatre showcases local talent

Michaela Buckley, Asst. Arts and Entertainment Editor April 23, 2024

Suffolk University’s WSFR and Emerson College's WECB radio teamed up April 20 for a laid-back “4/20” spring concert featuring multiple performances by local artists at Modern Theatre. Despite...

Actors interact with the audience using queue cards with directions.

‘It Can’t Happen Here’ tests boundaries and unites audiences at Modern Theatre

Isabella Tecchio, Journal Contributor April 16, 2024

Suffolk University's production of “It Can’t Happen Here” opened at Modern Theater  April 11 and created a hysterical show of the theatrics of American politics. Based on the political dystopian...

Coachella bring the heat to California desert

Coachella bring the heat to California desert

Julia Capraro, Editor-at-Large April 16, 2024

Weekend one of Coachella took social media by storm, showcasing some of the stand-out stars of this music season. The phenomenal lineup of artists was only accentuated by the showmanship of all the...

Grays newest 80s synth album Found Heaven released April 5.

Conan Gray’s newest album brings fans to ‘Heaven’

Cassidy Blaha, Journal Contributer April 16, 2024

The scene of music is changing, and it’s going backwards — '80s synth songs are back again with Conan Gray releasing his third studio album “Found Heaven” April 5. With a drastic shift in sound...

From left to right Julia Valanzola and Avery Jipping posing with Wally the Green Monster.

Suffolk students face the Green Monster

Alexis Crochiere, Asst. News Editor April 16, 2024

Suffolk University PAO students sang their hearts out at Fenway Park as they kicked off Fenway’s College Series, singing the National Anthem before the Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles game April...

Rick and Michonne Grimes fight for the lives in The Walking Dead before The Ones Who Live.

New spin-off show brings fans back from the dead

Casey Wells, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

The Walking Dead’s new spinoff, “The Ones Who Lived,” gave fans a much needed game of catch-up for a storyline that was thought to be forgotten in TWD writers room.  Premiered on AMC+  Feb....

Olivia Rodrigo sinks her teeth into TD Garden during her performance.

Olivia Rodrigo spills her ‘GUTS’ in Boston

Sarah Roberts, News Editor April 9, 2024

Going to an Olivia Rodrigo concert is never a bad idea, right? The GUTS World Tour stopped in Boston April 1-2 with two sold-out shows that graced TD Garden with a cathartic rock experience that had...

The duo shared the stage in front of a packed crowd at Brighten Music Hall March 24.

Jack & Jack takes long-time fans back ‘Home’

Cassidy Blaha, Journal Contributor April 9, 2024

Music duo Jack & Jack, comprised of Jack Gilinsky and Jack Johnson, performed their new album, “Home,” at Brighton Music Hall March 24. The sold-out venue was packed with fans spanning a variety...

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