Food and Drinks 

BAR HAVOC: WHINE AND WINE

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For drunks, Thanksgiving can happen anytime. Even in a dirty bathroom. Continue reading

Music 

FOTOBOM: DANIEL LANOIS WITH BRIAN BLADE AT BRIGHTON MUSIC HALL

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Gettin’ things weird and wild, Daniel Lanois used his synthesizer to create a variety of strange electronic sounds to back the drums and guitar of Jim Wilson. Continue reading

News 

BOSTON ACTIVISTS PREPARE FOR TUESDAY PROTESTS, BOTH HERE AND IN FERGUSON

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Yancey says BLM Boston is situated to facilitate a demonstration in response to Ferguson, as some activists involved have spent the past several months addressing those issues on a local level. On October 25, the group summoned hundreds to the Public Garden for march down Newbury Street that culminated in a shutdown of the intersection at Mass Ave. Continue reading

News Opinion 

MEDIA FARM: PLEASE STOP COMPARING FERGUSON TO THE BOSTON MASSACRE

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In spelunking for Hub angles, we discovered commentaries involving Ferguson, Missouri, and what the situation there allegedly has to do with the Boston Massacre. Continue reading

Film 

WRESTLEMANIAC: IN ‘FOXCATCHER,’ EMPTY PATRIOTISM GETS PINNED

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If your only memories of the events that inspired Foxcatcher are vague impressions of tabloid headlines from decades ago, good. The best way to experience the film is with the sense that something will go horribly wrong without knowing how, why, when, or to whom. Continue reading

Music 

IDOL WORSHIP: BEVERLY NATIVE ANGIE MILLER BREAKS THROUGH

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Angie Miller was tipped as the next Kelly-Clarkson-to-be, and for obvious reasons: Her breakout performance of her original tune, “You Set Me Free,” showcased a combination of musicianship and star appeal that sent her soaring into the Final as the odds-on favorite. But that’s not how things worked out. Continue reading

Music 

INTERVIEW: DENITIA & SENE GO GENRE MELDING TONIGHT AT MID EAST

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“I think we lucked out. In my older brother’s generation, you had to pick a genre. These days, kids don’t care.” Continue reading