Tonight, activists parked a fist in Harvard Yard, as more than 1,000 protesters marched into the heart of highbrow Cambridge in a show of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement that has galvanized America since the failure of grand juries in Missouri and New York to indict cops who have killed. Continue reading
DigBoston covers stories that are worth covering. Sichuan Garden has excellent soup, but it’s not an innovative business and it’s not in Boston. It’s not where many of our readers eat dinner. Continue reading
As students at Harvard Law School, we know that if we remain silent, we are complicit. This is true for all people, but it is especially and tangibly true for law students. Continue reading
“I am furious that Harvard has yet to recognize that workers are the ones that run this university, that housekeepers are the ones who run hotels, and that you are the ones that run the DoubleTree.” Continue reading
Waiting in the will-call line for my ticket to the Weezer I overheard a fellow fan’s conundrum: “Mike from the fourth floor offered me $500.” Her friend replied, ” I was offered box seats to the Sox versus Yankees next season.” When Weezer stops through Boston, it’s typically a hot ticket. Continue reading
SOMETHING EVERYONE WILL TELL YOU: They didn’t get in to NYU.
SOMETHING A FEW PEOPLE WILL TELL YOU: That you should hang out at the BU Pub in the Castle, which you should.
SOMETHING NOBODY WILL TELL YOU: They had a great experience renting an off-campus apartment from Alpha Management. Continue reading
Bishop Allen were ready to make their comeback, and any distractions that may have popped up were invited with open arms to join the party. Continue reading
It’s that stinging pain McArdle shares that elevates their cover, giving it a genuine honesty and emotion that not only makes itself known, but felt. Continue reading
“Once you put yourself in play, all bets are off. And I was really determined not to let that happen.” Continue reading