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‘Chronicle,’ more than a ‘buddy movie’

‘Chronicle,’ more than a ‘buddy movie’

February 28, 2012

Ally Johnson   Journal Staff What would happen if a person settled in reality were to stumble upon the extraordinary; if a human were to obtain super human advantages?   Read More »...

Filmmakler Bob Rafelson visits, speaks at Suffolk

Filmmakler Bob Rafelson visits, speaks at Suffolk

David Frederick

February 28, 2012

The audience at The Modern Theater was filled with anticipation last Tuesday when Emmy-winning filmmaker Bob Rafelson visited to discuss his career with Suffolk’s own scholar in residence, National Medal of Arts recipient Robert Brustein.   Read More »...

Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

Angela Bray

February 28, 2012

This week's featured theater, music, nightlife, art, and literature happenings. Read More »

Fifth Annual Rammy Awards call for submissions

Ally Thibault

February 22, 2012

This April, Suffolk will host the fifth annual Rammy Awards to honor students for their work in 11 different categories ranging from photography, to videos, to public relations and marketing portfolios.   Read More »...

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

February 15, 2012

The Journal staff takes on the Grammys.       Read More »

Film forum raises trafficking awareness

Film forum raises trafficking awareness

February 8, 2012

Alexa Barrios  Journal Staff Globally, 27 million people are trapped in modern day slavery, according to the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights (BITAHR). Of those trafficked, 79 percent are sexually exploited. Read More »...

10 movies to watch for this year

10 movies to watch for this year

February 1, 2012

Brian Holak, Journal Contributor The Vow, February 10: What can be manlier than a story of unfailing commitment in the face of tragedy? Nothing. Sure, these other movies have action and adventure, but this one has heart (and Channing Tatum). After a car accident, Leo’s (Tatum) wife Paige wakes up with s...

Take the trip, now in 3D

Take the trip, now in 3D

November 16, 2011

Cody F. Pepin Journal Staff Once again, Harold and Kumar cross the line of decency and sobriety in the hilarious 3-D Christmas-themed third installment of the series, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas. Kal Penn and John Cho return as the leads, but this time a lot has changed. The movie open...

Filmmaker visits Suffolk, shows local film

Filmmaker visits Suffolk, shows local film

Nicole Espinosa

November 16, 2011

Last Tuesday, filmmaker Laura Colella visited Suffolk to show her first film Tax Day, released in 1998. Like all of Colella’s films, the setting is regional to Providence, R.I., and the film as a whole is refreshing. Tax Day begins as two women, Irene and Paula, go for a walk to the post office so that Irene can mail her t...

Put on your Sunday shoes

Put on your Sunday shoes

Anthony J. Mangini

September 14, 2011

It is about time that Hollywood has finally come around to the small town of Bomont for a revival of the original 1984 Kevin Bacon dance classic, Footloose (Paramount Pictures.) Cast as the rebel dancer from up north, character Ren MacCormack, is newbie Kenny Wormald, who is coming from an acting...

‘Together’ celebrates Music l Art l Technology

‘Together’ celebrates Music l Art l Technology

Angela Bray

April 20, 2011

With flyers, event pages and download cards everywhere, the Together festival has now kicked in and blown minds after day one. It was no joke when Mayor Thomas M. Menino proclaimed Sunday, April 17, 2011 to be Together Boston Day in the city of Boston during the VIP event at the Foundation Room. Ju...

‘Wish You Were Here’ takes lens underground

‘Wish You Were Here’ takes lens underground

Angela Bray

February 9, 2011

For those who haven’t experienced Boston’s underground art and music community, now is the time. "Wish You Were Here," the Together photography show, has brought the party to Pavement Coffeehouse. That’s right, a party in a coffeehouse. Together, Boston’s electronic music festival, is returni...

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