Crimson staff writer
With such improvisation started André Aciman’s Nov. 11 talk and reading of his new novel, “Find Me,” the sequel to “Call Me By Your Name,” at the Brattle Theater.
It starts slowly and somewhat peacefully, with ocean noises and synths providing a soothing lull to contrast with Healy’s self-conscious apologies about his mental state.
Styles sings of coming to terms with and having pride in one’s own identity. This seems to be a major theme in the forthcoming album and Styles’s public life as a whole.
Vibrant and intimate, "she is" brought the challenges and joys of womxnhood to life, translating individual ideas to the universal experience of being a womxn.
“I just tried to take interesting photos to entertain my stoned hippie friends,” photographer Henry Diltz said of his career during his Oct. 7 talk with photographer Mick Rock.