The Suffolk Journal

‘Megacities Asia’

‘Megacities Asia’

Felicity Otterbein

June 1, 2016


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston

Stories accumulate like pollution in big cities. Stories of lives untold, laughs never shared and events never spoken of. Twenty-four digital screen panels reflect the faces of the eleven artists who contributed to the 19-piece exhibit, “Megacities Asia,” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. A “megacity” r...

The 11 Stages of Going Home for the Holidays

The 11 Stages of Going Home for the Holidays

December 11, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus

  1.  A Week Before You Go Home: You're finishing up writing essays & studying for your finals; and you just want the madness to be over:                 2.  You're OVER the Sodexo food (especially pizza) that you've been eating...

Cheery Common skates into holidays

Cheery Common skates into holidays

Jacob Geanous

December 2, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston

The Frog Pond Spectacular marked the beginning of the Christmas season and filled the Boston Common with holiday cheer on Thursday. Thousands gathered to take part in the festivities that included sampling booths, games, singing, skating, theatre, and the annual lighting of the Christmas tree. This e...

Beirut rocks the House, skips the Blues

Beirut rocks the House, skips the Blues

November 11, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Music

By Sammie Mayaleh   Eagerness emanated from the seemingly endless line of indie-rock enthusiasts as they waited outside the House of Blues on Saturday to catch New Mexico-based band Beirut while on tour with their fifth album, “No No No.” Formed initially in 2006 as a solo project by...

Annual drag show entertains with sass

Annual drag show entertains with sass

November 4, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Campus

One of the most recent performance events held by Rainbow Alliance was the annual Drag Show. This show, especially on its yearly basis, adds to the diversity at Suffolk. Already a very LGBTQ friendly university, the drag show adds a bit of lively entertainment from the stress of classes and responsibilities...

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

MFA exhibit displays Ritts’s versatility

Sam Humphrey

November 4, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Featured Stories

Two rooms distinguished by contrasting atmospheres showcase the multifaceted work of American photographer Herb Ritts at his exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts. The well-curated collection is a fitting anthology of his long career. In one room, dark walls and dim lighting showcase the subtleties...

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

7 Costumes on a Budget + a Bonus

October 13, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, blog, Boston, Boston, Campus, Campus, InstaRam, Uncategorized

Alright Halloween, is basically around the corner--29 days to be exact.  I put together a list of 7 costumes that you can make if you're on a college budget, literally waited til the last possible minute, or if you're not sure what to be! Alright Costume #1: Lilo, from (Lilo & Stitch) From...

Vermeer exhibit looks closer at social classes

Vermeer exhibit looks closer at social classes

Brigitte Carreiro, News Editor

October 7, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Featured Stories

For the first time at the Museum of Fine Arts, two pieces by painter Johannes Vermeer were on display in an exhibition aimed at celebrating Dutch painters and exploring societal distinctions. “It was an era marked by political change and war, and by great disparity in wealth,” presented an introduction...

Depp’s depiction of Bulger humanizes mob boss

Depp’s depiction of Bulger humanizes mob boss

October 2, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Featured Stories, Film

By Caroline Kerressey   The romance film of the year may just be Black Mass. The film is based off the book of the same name, written by former Boston Globe reporters Dick Lehr and Gerard O’Neill, and is the true story of Bulger’s 1975 Winter Hill Gang in South Boston. James “Whitey”...

App finds discounted movie tickets, concessions

App finds discounted movie tickets, concessions

Heather Rutherford

October 2, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Cross Country, Film

Four grown men, one Toyota van, and over 135,000 miles traveled across country. That’s what it took to convince hundreds of movie theatres to sign with Dealflicks, an app that finds discounted movie tickets and concessions based on the user’s location. After taking his seat in a theatre showing,...

Blood moon beams light on Boston Calling stage

Blood moon beams light on Boston Calling stage

October 2, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Music, Uncategorized

By Gianna Brimlow   Waves of people drifted to the center stages at the City Hall Plaza this past weekend for the 6th Boston Calling Music Festival. As the super blood moon illuminated all faces in the crowd, the festival continuously brought together fans of varying genres. Singer-songwriter,...

Boston jams out at MixFest

Boston jams out at MixFest

Brigitte Carreiro

September 24, 2015


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston, Music

A top-notch venue, award-winning artists, and an overall good time welcomed Bostonians to Mix 104.1’s annual free concert at the DCR Memorial Hatch Shell on Saturday afternoon. Between pranks among acts and exciting, unique performances, the audience was in for a treat. MixFest 2015’s star-studded...

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