In the music clubs of Cambridge, an inspiring history and tight-knit community unite and drive musicians and fans alike.
"Let it Happen" works equally well as an intimate psychedelic exploration and a Daft Punk-esque banger. In short, it’s a stunning reemergence.
To Pimp a Butterfly” is artistically exquisite and emotionally profound— Kendrick Lamar is not simply a rapper but an artist of the highest caliber.
"[I]t's the kind of 'slice-of-life' piece that will always reach its audiences because it touches on problems with [one’s] career, identity, and relationships," director Steve Kunis says of "The Last Five Years," which runs April 2-5 in the Adams Pool Theater.
Now in its second year, “SKETCH,” which ran from March 26th to March 28th in the Adams Pool Theater, is Harvard’s stab at creating its own live, entirely student-written sketch comedy show.
"It Follows" exerts mastery not only over a genre—horror—but over the entire medium of cinema.
Disney's live-action "Cinderella" remake is the studio's first effort to revisit the movie in years—but will the movie give the ancient story the modern glass slipper in needs and deserves?
The novel is full of insights into human nature, as if Rubin himself had some sort of arcane power. In its totality, “The Poser” is a debut novel that demonstrates inspiring originality—of premise, of plot, and of style.
While Lehane’s work is balanced by some truly beautiful descriptions of character that lie beneath what seems like a mere beach read, it ultimately rests on a series of cheap thrills, twists, and gunfire.
The Boston Opera Collaborative’s version of George Frideric Handel’s “Rinaldo,” which ran at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology March 26-29, succeeded superbly in creating a production that was compelling, well-crafted, and accessible to all.
Kiran Gandhi graduated from Georgetown with a double major in political science and math before eventually coming to the Harvard Business School. And she's also making a contribution to the music scene. M.I.A.'s touring drummer sits with The Crimson to talk feminism and drumming, intellectualism and art, and Atomic Living--her personal life philosophy.
The Crimson's roving reporter takes on the Cambridge Queen's Head Pub on Friday night as five Harvard bands battle for a slot at this year's Yardfest.
Kevin J. Friel and Anna Kim collaborate on a romantic playlist and share their insights about the genre.
Andrew Lippa sits down with The Crimson to talk about his work in musical theater and his critically acclaimed oratorical, “I Am Harvey Milk.”
The Radcliffe Pitches speak with The Crimson about their history as Harvard's oldest female a cappella group and the process of preparing for their 40th anniversary concert.
Kirin Gupta investigates the cultural practice of "self-archiving."