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Jack M. Schroeder

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Arts

Arts Playlist: 5 Songs for Daylight Savings Time

Here are five songs to help you adjust to losing an hour of sleep.

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Arts

A House Divided: &pizza and Milk Bar Review

&pizza and Milk Bar are like conjoined twins now, tied at the hip to each other’s successes. Their relationship is symbiotic.

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Film

‘Vice’ Is Postmodern and Partisan

At its core, “Vice” is a biased work.

Music

Courtney Barnett Brings Emotional Range to House of Blues

Over a 21-song set, Barnett and her supporting band gifted those in attendance with a mastered but at times warped performance.

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Theater

Artist Spotlight: Ian A. Askew ’19

Ian A. Askew ’19 is a senior in Quincy House seeking a joint concentration in Theater, Dance, & Media and History & Literature. In 2017, he founded and directed the first edition of the Harvard Black Playwrights Festival.

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Music

Twenty One Pilots Brings the Heat to TD Garden

Even as lead singer Tyler Joseph told the crowd he’d see them again the next time around, Twenty One Pilots’ set at TD Garden felt like the end of the band.

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Theater

Portrait of an Artist: Diana Oh

Performance artist Diana Oh is currently in a season-long residency at the American Repertory Theater premiering a multi-part work titled “Clairvoyance.”

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Books

‘Burning Down the Haus’ a Human Depiction of Social Change

“Burning Down the Haus” stands as a testament to the DIY ethos as a response to oppression, which, in this day and age, may be exactly what American society needs.

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Arts Blog

The Smoke Shop: Assembly Row’s Basilica of Barbecue

Andy Husbands is not interested in pushing barbecue into a new frontier, but rather seeks to worship it as it exists: meats and sides that need not be fancy to be delicious.

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