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Allston-based Vundabar set to perform at Boston Calling

Allston-based Vundabar set to perform at Boston Calling

Kendra Huber

April 12, 2017


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston

Vundabar, a local indie-rock band, started out with the intention of playing their music for themselves, simply because they loved it. Five years later, however, they are playing shows where their audiences can love their music as much as they do. The band started out in high school, as Brandon Hagen,...

Singer Yuna visits snowy Allston to deliver her sweet sounds

Singer Yuna visits snowy Allston to deliver her sweet sounds

Soleil Barros

February 12, 2014


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

Jarell Perry, a supporting act for Yuna’s show was visiting Boston for the first time as he accepted the call to join Yuna on her North American Nocturnal Tour. Perry introduced a palm tree, Southern California feel to his complex and cool sound. The singer delivers a backyard-type session turned...

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

Ally Thibault

February 1, 2012


Filed under Arts & Culture, Boston

ArtVenue, a growing website for local artists, seeks to make the life of freelancers and professional artists easier. Based in Cambridge and in operation since summer 2011, ArtVenue helps put local artists’ work up for sale on the walls of hip coffee shops and other businesses in the area. Artis...

And the North Enders think they have it bad… Ever hear of Allston-Brighton?

And the North Enders think they have it bad… Ever hear of Allston-Brighton?

Jason Kenosky

November 18, 2010


Filed under Opinion

Jason Kenosky Journal Staff As a Suffolk student currently residing in Allston-Brighton, I have first hand experience as to how college students and permanent residents interact with one another. Surprisingly, that interaction comes more in the form of turning a blind eye than anything. The stereotypica...

Arts briefs Oct. 20, 2010

October 19, 2010


Filed under Uncategorized

Africa A house in Tatooine Tunisia once belonging to Owen and Beru Lars George Lucas has recently gained attention within the Star Wars community, as it had recently suffered severe damage. Used as a set for the Attack of the Clones (2002, Lucasfilm Ltd), the “igloo in the sand” is located in Nefta,...

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