Crimson staff writer
Chloe E. W. Levine
For almost 20 years, Chris Harrison, longtime host of “The Bachelor,” has built a career by making broken-hearted people cry. Now it’s his turn for an unbecoming departure.
With “Favor,” the final single preceding the release of her album “Little Oblivions,” Julien Baker reminds listeners that feeling lonely doesn’t require being alone.
“Dear Evan Hansen” holds a secure place in the musical theater canon. But its unconditional critical celebration paints an incomplete picture, glossing over the areas where musical theater has room to grow.
On Nov. 19, local journalist-turned-carpenter-turned-author Nina MacLaughlin read three stories from her fiction debut, “Wake, Siren: Ovid Resung.”
If it weren’t well-documented that “White Mercedes” was directed by Colin Solal Cardo and its predecessor by Bradley&Pablo, the two short films could feel like consecutive fever dreams.
By the first hints of heavy reverb in the second song, “Tell the Truth,” it’s strongly tempting to check to make sure “Closer Than Together” really is an Avett Brothers album.
The collection is the follow-up to Kaufman’s debut book “Light Filters In,” an exploration of depression and sexual assault.