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The Suffolk Journal

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The Suffolk Journal

Entrance of the MFA exhibit Who holds up the sky?

The Museum of Fine Arts captures the war against Ukraine in new exhibit

Juliana Pinto, Journal Contributor February 7, 2023

The Museum of Fine Arts introduced a new exhibit that ignites the elements of awareness and heartache from the war in Ukraine, as the world approaches the one year anniversary of Russia’s invasion. “Who...

New Cy Twombly exhibit brings contemporary art to the MFA.

A new take on modern art at the MFA

William Fithian, Journal Contributor February 7, 2023

The Museum of Fine Arts opened a new exhibit, “Making Past Present: Cy Twombly,” on Jan. 14, commemorating Cy Twombly and his creative vision. Located on the second floor in the Linde Family Wing...

Ashley Kutcher on stage during a performance.

A winter night turned summer rom com: Ashley Kutcher sells out Berklee’s Red Room

Maeve Fitzgerald, Journal Contributer February 7, 2023

It was a night of front row tears, rom-com covers and lyricism that’s comparable to Shakespeare. Up and coming artist Ashley Kutcher sold out Berklee College’s Cafe 939 Red Room on Feb. 6 in Boston’s...

Local businesses sell goods at the holiday winter market at the Seaport districts Snowport.

Snowport kicks off the holiday season

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

Snowport is a winter wonderland market in Seaport that is sure to put every visitor right into the holiday spirit.  Patrons of the seasonal market are met with bright white lights and holly all throughout...

The Menzingers celebrate a decade of music at Paradise Rock

The Menzingers celebrate a decade of music at Paradise Rock

Stephen Hudak, Journal Contributor November 29, 2022

The Menzingers, a Scranton-based punk band, played a pair of shows at Paradise Rock Club to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of their breakthrough album “On The Impossible Past.” Since forming...

Soccer Mommy smiles as she performs the second song of her set, With U.

Soccer Mommy plays a cathartic set at Boston’s House of Blues

Grace Dreher, World News Editor November 15, 2022

Soccer Mommy, the stage name of Sophia Allison, made a stop at the House of Blues Nov. 6 as a part of her “Touring, Forever” tour, performing many of her recently released songs on her latest album...

Bostons Museum of Fine Arts opens their new conservation science to the public.

MFA merges conservation science and art

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer November 15, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts celebrated the science of art conservation this year with a behind-the-scenes look at its own conservation center this past weekend in the “Conservation Up Close” event. The...

Faneuil Hall gets festive with its annual Christmas tree and decorated Quincy Market.

Annual Christmas tree returns to Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Emily Beatty, Arts & Culture Editor November 15, 2022

After a three year hiatus due to COVID-19, the city of Boston put up the beloved Christmas tree in Faneuil Hall Marketplace last Wednesday to kick off the holiday season.  Though Thanksgiving has yet...

Local authors and vendors promote their art and books at the Boston Book Art Fair.

Book art fair brings artists and enthusiasts together

Emily Collins, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

Calling all art-lovers: The Boston Art Book Fair was held at the Boston Center for the Arts Nov. 4-6 featuring local Boston artists and some who came from across the nation.  The Boston Art Book Fair...

Various new paintings on display via the two new exhibits at Bostons MFA.

The Museum of Fine Arts welcomes two new exhibits

Keely Menyhart, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The Museum of Fine Arts Boston brought a new touch of modernism in Frank Bowling’s “Americas” which opened on Oct. 22, and “Body Awareness: Maria Lassnig’s Experimental Films” that debuted...

The cast of The Orchard during the performance.

‘The Orchard’ blooms at the Emerson Paramount Center

Julia Capraro, Staff Writer November 8, 2022

The play “The Orchard” arrived at the Emerson Paramount Center on Nov. 4, bringing a classic play to a modern audience. “The Orchard” is an adaptation of the 1903 Russian play, “The Cherry...

Authors Mia P. Manansala, Lily Chu, Kate Spencer, with moderator Callie Crossley at the Serendipity in the Unexpected panel.

Boston Book Festival returns to Copley Square for the first time in two years

Julie Huynh, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

After being held virtually for the last two years, the Boston Book Festival returned to Copley Square on Saturday, Oct. 29, to celebrate the power of words and literature with author panels, book signings...

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