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Seriously Bent brings hilarity to Smith Hall

Seriously Bent brings hilarity to Smith Hall

May Lindeman, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

There’s nothing more romantic than spending Valentine’s Day with Suffolk University’s one and only improv comedy group, Seriously Bent. On Feb. 15, SB romanced Suffolk students with a hilariously...

Dinora Justice’s “Portrait 51, after Delacroix’s Woman of Algiers” on display at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Mother Earth springs to life at the MFA

Isabella Tecchio, Journal Contributor February 20, 2024

Brazilian-American artist Dinorá Justice displays nature and feminism-inspired artwork at the Museum of Fine Arts from Nov. 18, 2023–April 14 and on Newbury Street at Gallery NAGA, bringing locals and...

The piece “THE WAILING… GUIDES US HOME… AND THERE IS BELLYING ON THE LAND…” by Ebony G. Patterson on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art.

ICA Free Thursdays opens art to Bostonians

Lilly Miron, Journal Contributor February 20, 2024

The Institute of Contemporary Art offers free entry for the public every Thursday night from 5 p.m.-9 p.m., giving Bostonians the chance to connect with the museum's latest exhibits. Currently the gallery...

Lead singer Ben Barlow belts out songs for the crowd at Roadrunner Feb. 16.

Neck Deep astonishes audience in return to Boston

Michaela Buckley, Journal Contributor February 20, 2024

Originating from Wrexham, United Kingdom, the Welsh pop-punk band, Neck Deep, took to the Roadrunner stage Feb. 16 to an electrifying sold-out show with no dull moments.  Their “Live In America Tour”...

Members of The Wah Lum Kung Fu and Thai Chi Academy perform a traditional folk Dragon dance at the beginning of the festivities.

MFA rings in Year of the Dragon

Elise Coelho, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

To usher in the Year of the Dragon, the Museum of Fine Arts hosted a traditional celebration of the Lunar New Year Feb. 15.  Widely celebrated across Asia, the Lunar New Year is the most important...

Two thirds of Beats Antique showing off their talents at The Royale Nightclub on Feb 7.

Beats Antique dazzles audience at The Royale

Casey Wells, Staff Writer February 13, 2024

Beats Antique brought a colorful and powerful performance to Boston's Royale Nightclub Feb. 7.  From Oakland, California, Beats Antique’s instrumental electronic music and fusion dance brought their...

Jorge Alberto Rubio and Armando Rivera.

‘Machine Learning’ brings humanity and AI together

Shealagh Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2024

Central Square Theater’s newest production “Machine Learning” is bringing audiences closer than ever to the future of artificial intelligence — and taking a closer look at the fragility of parental...

The Orphans in the North American Tour of ANNIE.

‘Annie’ captures hearts at the Boch Center

Elise Coelho, Staff Writer February 11, 2024

The Tony Award-winning musical “Annie”  arrived in Boston, one of the 57 stops of their 2023-24 North American Tour, bringing many young, talented actors — and audiences — hopes for a brighter...

Phoebe Go performs for the crowd during her set before Briston Maroney takes the stage.

Phoebe Go kicks off the night for Briston Maroney at Paradise Rock Club

Julia Jacobsen, Journal Contributor February 6, 2024

Australian singer-songwriter Phoebe Go took to the stage at Paradise Rock Club Feb. 4, opening for alt-indie artist Briston Maroney on their second sold-out night in Boston. Phoebe Cockburn, known as...

One Winteractive exhibit, titled Endgame (Nagg & Nell), features two clown heads between Suffolk Universitys Modern Theatre and the former Felt nightclub.

‘Winteractive’ art installations transform Downtown Crossing

Arlo Matthews, Staff Writer February 6, 2024

Many students returning from winter break were shocked to find that the Downtown Crossing area had been transformed into an art exhibit while they were away. For those already familiar with the location,...

The courtyard at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum on Free First Thursdays: February 2024.

Free First Thursdays at Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum highlights special exhibit

Lilly Miron, Journal Contributor February 6, 2024

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum opened its doors to the general public, offering free registration to those who wanted to experience the awe-inspiring world of wonder created by Garder herself Feb....

Hunger Games prequel revives fan favorite series

‘Hunger Games’ prequel revives fan favorite series

Brooklyn Leighton, Opinion Editor December 6, 2023

Fans of Suzanne Collins’ beloved series, “The Hunger Games,” finally get another glimpse into the fictional world of Panem with the release of “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,”...

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