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Roxanne J. Fequiere

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“Michael Jackson’s This Is It”

Dir. Kenny Ortega (Sony Pictures) -- 4 STARS


The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day

Like any good cult action flick worth its weight in fake blood and heavy artillery, director Troy Duffy’s 1999 film ...


Bob Dylan

Writer David Hajdu’s chronicle of the folk generation, “Positively Fourth Street” tells the story of a time back in the ...

Wicked Haute

Tucked away on a tree-lined Cambridge side street, the Maria L. Baldwin School regularly attracts some of the greater Boston


Back in 2003, while Jay-Z was busy planning his retirement party at Madison Square Garden, critics and fans alike were

The Depths of Wintour

Among the capricious fashion cognoscenti, tastemakers can command respect and recognition for half a season or half a century. The

Belle Époque Humor Amuses in Adams

Norman R. Shapiro ’51 has been affiliated with Adams House for several decades. During the 1940s and 50s, before the

Experts Debate Solutions for Hunger

Global health experts addressed the potentially devastating implications of global hunger and encouraged students to raise local awareness at a

Women In Music

Though singer-songwriter Cris Williamson is being honored this week with a three-day residency at Berklee College of Music, she can

I Love You, Man

Watching her fiancé conduct a phone conversation with an unidentified acquaintance, Zooey (Rashida L. Jones ’97) suddenly turns around and

Schyfter Brings Ocampo To Harvard

Harvard today may be less exciting than the National University of Mexico during the sixties, when student protests against the

Grandmaster Flash

Before it became a vehicle for instigating turf wars and peddling Chicken McNuggets, hip-hop existed as a rich fusion of

Mun's Bronx Burns, Obscures

“Ladies and gentlemen, there it is,” Howard Cosell informed the nation during the 1977 World Series. “The Bronx is burning.”

MFA Shows Off Showa Style

Back in 2004, Gwen Stefani made her debut as a solo artist with a posse of Japanese females in tow.


In the world of hip-hop, where big egos are as common as sampled beats, Cameron “Cam’ron” Giles remains a shining