Crimson staff writer
Maria F. Cifuentes
Paul Taylor Dance Company Review: The Art of Elegance
Paying homage to Taylor’s brilliance and unmatched creativity, the full cast flooded the stage for “Company B,” with ten musical selections covered by the Andrews Sisters.
Reading at Grolier Poetry: Four Poets and Their Stories of Resilience
Although their creations differ in style and deliverance, a common message lies within each of their poetry collections. Each poet grapples with loss, pain, and the inheritance of suffering.
‘Wandering Souls’ Review: Learning to Live Again
In “Wandering Souls,” Pin presents a moving depiction of the beauty that comes from stories of perseverance and the healing power that painful memories hold.
Best Parks in Cambridge to Visit this Spring
It’s the perfect weather for putting on a light jacket and taking a long walk through the park, so head outdoors with a friend or two to enjoy the wonderful weather and scenery.
Artist Profile: Paul Taylor Dance Company Member Madelyn Ho ’08 on Following Your Passion
Most importantly, Ho shared, “if there's something that you love, you can find some way to incorporate it into your life. And I think that's — that's important."
Tyler James Williams is The New Sitcom Heartthrob
Not only do the writers of television series create heartthrobs, but the use of social media also contributes to the growth of this phenomenon.
‘At Midnight Review’: A Rom-Com Like The Rest
Director Jonah Feingold attempts to bring his vision of a heartwarming meet-cute to life in his second romantic comedy film “At Midnight."
Your Next Valentine’s Day Read: Our Favorite Love Stories
A list of the Harvard Crimson Art's favorite Valentine's Day reads to add to your bookshelves!