Five local artists have been selected to have their work displayed in vacant Cambridge storefronts — but the initiative is only a temporary fix for the rising issue of business turnover.
Arts Playlist: Songs for When Someone Hands You the Aux And You Want To Seem Alternative Yet Accessible
The faint smell of cultural superiority is clogging everyone’s lightly made-up pores, and Top 40 tunes will indubitably get you uninvited from all such parties in the future.
The 2019 Cultural Rhythms show's theme was “Reclamation,” and the radical act of reclaiming space on Harvard’s campus recurred as a motif.
Looming over the fervor of the latest "Game of Thrones" trailer is an obvious yet unspoken problem: Is anyone going to admit that they cannot see a single thing?
The new trailer is so dark that it is literally impossible to know what is going on, and anyone who says otherwise is flat-out lying.
Ranging in tone from absurdist allegorical comedy to deeply felt portraits of family and illness, the animated shorts selected by the Academy this year are a true testament to the creative largesse of the medium.
I present to you Top Five: Supergroup Edition — with a few caveats.
Edith E. Scott Saavedra ’80 has recently released a bilingual historical novel entitled “The Lamps of Albarracín/Los candiles de Albarracín.”
Above a swooping, hand-painted “Yume Wo Katare,” the restaurant’s sign reads “until 2030.” Yet after just one meal here, it is easy to imagine this cheeky community of dreamers keeping its doors open for much longer.
No matter how fed up one has become with the Netflix content machine, “Salt Fat Acid Heat” is hard to hate.
“Colette” is less a period piece and more a seductive and cheerful romp through one woman’s dramatic actualization of her physical and intellectual autonomy.