There will always be someone who was somewhere on the beach at some point who says, “Well that’s not how it happened exactly.” But you write representative pieces, and I had a lot of creative freedom to connect the dots.
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WHAT’S FAIR IS FOUL: ‘PEERLESS’ AT COMPANY ONE
Macbeth meets Heathers in Peerless
COMMUTE OF THE LIVING DEAD: APRIL 16 IS INTERNATIONAL TRY-NOT-TO-GET-EATEN-AT-YOUR-LOCAL-LIBRARY DAY!
DEAR READER: A COUPLE WORDS ON HIP-HOP, HATRED, AND COMMUNITY
More important than the ink I spilled, however, was the family I became a part of.
SPECIAL FEATURE: THE LAND BOSTON FORGOT
Hundreds of Allston residents fought in the streets to save their neighborhood. Now, after a series of land swaps, Harvard’s ivy vines are creeping in again. This is for those who fought, and who fight, for their homes.
ACCESS THE ARTS: ENJOY ALL THE SCENE HAS TO OFFER
If you're a student who blew through your semester’s savings by the end of September, someone who hands over each paycheck directly to their landlord, or someone busy working to find work, sneezing next to one of greater Boston's many arts institutions can feel like an overdraft threat to your bank account. That should’t be the case, and in many instances, it’s not.
STEALING HARVARD: ENJOY THE NEWLY REOPENED HARVARD ART MUSEUMS FOR FREE
If your schedule doesn't align with the Harvard Art Museums' opening celebration freebies, there are still a couple of ways for your shoes to be among the first to scuff the floors on the cheap.
POE POE: THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF THE TWO POES
Not only are two Edgar Allan Poe statues being unveiled in the same 25-day period, they are located within .6 miles of one another.