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Marie A. Ungar

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Music

Big Thief Steals Hearts at the Wilbur

Still, the members of Big Thief took the stage with a sense of humility, intimacy, and newfound wonder that resonates throughout their music.

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Arts

Adrianne lenker pic

Adrianne Lenker performs with "Big Thief" at The Wilbur in Boston.

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Music

Andrew Bird Brings His Strings to Boston

He navigated his violin with the easy hands of an expert, alternately strumming, plucking, and bowing with such force that stray strands dangled from the bow.

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Arts

andrew bird boston

Andrew Bird performing at the Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion in Boston.

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Music

‘Pity Boy’ Marks A New Sound For Mal Blum

The new album marks a shift for Blum, trading the folk feeling of their earlier work for a solid punk rock sound.

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Music

The Mountain Goats Explore Fantasy with ‘In League With Dragons’

Songs on ‘In League With Dragons’ reach back toward Darnielle’s past work from an older perspective, crafting a fuller picture of the desperation of his youth.

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Arts

Top Five Contemporary Poets Right Now

Here are five living poets worthy of your attention.

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On Campus

‘Identities’ Takes the Runway

After many weeks of work, the models were prepared, the production was ready, and jackets, gowns, and jump suits waited backstage.

Donna Missal Concert
Music

Donna Missal and Samia Light up the Sinclair

She danced in smooth, rolling motions, punctuated with punches to the air in time with the music.

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Arts

Donna Missal Concert

Donna Missal performing at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA.

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Arts

Visiting ‘The Visitors’: Ragnar Kjartansson Comes to the ICA

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art recently opened its newest exhibit, “Ragnar Kjartansson: The Visitors,” a sound and moving image installation.

"Transatlanticism" by Death Cab for Cutie
Music

A New Year for ‘Transatlanticism’: Why Death Cab For Cutie Is More Than a Relic

There’s a lot of music I’m quick to dismiss as music I “liked when I was younger,” but this is one exception I will always make.

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