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Zoe B. Goldstein

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Dan Boyne in Weld Boathouse
Conversations

A Writer on the Water

“If you're a writer,” Boyne asks, “how can you be authentic by just really relaxing into your own personal comfort zone?”

Inside the Film Library
Around Town

Harvard’s Best Kept Non-Secret

Two full-size VHS players — the kind that elementary school teachers used to wheel into the classroom — rest like gentle giants on a white counter.

Rachelle Grossman
Conversations

There's Always Gelt in the Banana Stand

Aspects and fragments of Yiddish have become ubiquitous in our common vocabulary, operating, in Rachelle T. Grossman’s words, as “cultural capital, a cultural currency, as a symbolic language.”

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