Eleganza was not always the dance party it is today. It was founded as part of BlackCAST, and has since expanded past its origins.
When Lostboycrow became comfortable, his soul and voice hypnotized the audience. If he can scrap his vision of electronic dance and forge a path into a softer, dream pop arena, his artistry will become more valuable and his concerts will become increasingly complete.
Kiyoko is back with the perfect combination of relatable lyrics and infectious beats to propel her beautiful and unapologetically queer debut into the pop mainstream.
Boston is a special place in my heart. We’re finally talking about innovating music technology here in Boston. I want to give the artists here more bookings. We’d love to reinvest back into this town.
It’s both charming and humbling when a group of 16 members weave their individual talents together without a conductor, as The Brattle Street Chamber Players do.
With a background in ballet, songwriting, singing, and EDM, La’Toya Princess Jackson has done it all.The Harvard Crimson sat down with Jackson to discuss her artistic trajectory, her new show “Vanity Lane,” and inclusion on stage.
On Mar. 31, the Fromm Players performed an eclectic assortment of pieces ranging from folk songs to contemporary concert music.
“I wanted to give these women a fair voice,” Sofia Coppola said.
“The challenge to the viewer, and the responsibility to shoulder, for the privilege of getting to see a censored film, is to try to do something constructive and good after seeing it."
If you haven’t heard about “A Higher Loyalty,” you probably don’t live in the United States.
The TV series is a stark reminder that Atwood’s imagined dystopia is not so unimaginable in our current reality, and now, it’s coming back for a second season.
The series manages to stand on its own with its skilled cast and gorgeous cinematography, and does a faithful job of unpacking the novel’s complexities while never losing sight of the overarching themes and main characters.
“Legion” second season finally finds its substance, the complicated emotional work that truly-gratifying TV shows are made up of.
Sexism isn’t funny, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t the butt of many jokes at the annual Boston based Women in Comedy Festival. The festival celebrated the humor and accomplishments of women comics, while providing an opportunity for reflection on the challenges they faced.
Talya Lavie is the youngest and the least experienced filmmaker on this list, but that doesn’t mean she is the least interesting.
In his biweekly podcast, Van Ness breaks out of the binary of great hair and clever quips (the one true binary of our time) and, for lack of a better phrase, “gets curious.”
“Disgraceland” is a podcast with an intriguing concept, but it rarely lives up to its potential.
Berenika's advice to current students: Don’t let people limit you, go and find out what your capacity is.
“Macbeth” is a page-turner, complete with an ominous atmosphere and action scenes galore, but ironically, the scenes that most closely evoke Shakespeare’s original fall flat.
Christopher Moore covers all his noir fiction bases as his latest novel incisively and delightfully lampoons the genre.
Although Forman has done notable job creating diverse and believable characters, the plot fluctuates between YA cliché tropes and moments that make little to no sense.
Even the plot’s twists and turns are, for the most part, either predictable or just not compelling enough.
An abundance of other rap and hip-hop artists have performed comparable charitable actions, instituting a pattern of positive behavior into rap’s culture.