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Steve Carell talks complex fatherhood of “Beautiful Boy” at red carpet event

Steve Carell talks complex fatherhood of “Beautiful Boy” at red carpet event

October 24, 2018


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By Sully Barrett, news correspondent Steve Carell joined reporters at the AMC Boston Common Thursday night for a photo-op and brief interviews discussing his new independent film, “Beautiful Boy.” The movie, based on the memoirs by David Sheff and his son Nic, follows the disintegrating rel...

Workaholic’s Blake Anderson speaks in Blackman

Workaholic’s Blake Anderson speaks in Blackman

October 24, 2018


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Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor   Writer and comedian Blake Anderson took to the stage in Blackman Auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 16 for a Q&A discussing his Comedy Central hit “Workaholics,” his work on the YouTube series “Mail Order Comedy” and his future projects as a directo...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 25 – Wednesday, Oct. 31

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 25 – Wednesday, Oct. 31

October 24, 2018


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Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Oct. 25, Big Man on Campus 2018  Help Delta Phi Epsilon as they raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation through this annual event. Nine representatives from campus fraternities will compete in this beauty pageant and be judged on their costumes, question answer...

Cambridge Food Truck Festival showcases variety of tastes

Cambridge Food Truck Festival showcases variety of tastes

October 18, 2018


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By Kate Win, news correspondent A variety of people flocked to the Cambridge Food Truck Festival on Sunday, October 14, at Central Square, eager to sample the food from the trucks serving numerous different cuisines. Over 30 food trucks, live musicians and various other local vendors were spread out i...

Gorillaz show benefits of collaboration at TD Garden

Gorillaz show benefits of collaboration at TD Garden

October 17, 2018


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By Sam Cronin, lifestyle editor There were two full drum sets, two keytars, more than five microphones and at least three guitars on stage for Gorillaz’ show, and that was before any performers even stepped onstage Sunday, Oct 14. That was the atmosphere of the night. It was a perfectly choreog...

Q&A: Kip Berman goes solo for new EP

Q&A: Kip Berman goes solo for new EP

October 17, 2018


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By Pierre Karam, news correspondent Kip Berman, aka The Natvral, founded the New York rock band The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, or TPOBPAH, in 2007. He has recently been touring around the Northeast to perform his new solo project “Know Me More.” Now married and with a 2-year-old child, Berma...

Fashion Week features freebies

Fashion Week features freebies

October 17, 2018


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By Nia Beckett, news correspondent On Oct. 13, collegiate fashion lovers attended the seventh annual College Fashion Week at Revere Hotel. Despite its name, College Fashion Week is a one-day event, featuring a hair and makeup station, a DIY bracelet station, light refreshments and a number of ...

Northeastern professor displays artwork at HUBweek

Northeastern professor displays artwork at HUBweek

October 17, 2018


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By Samantha Barry, news correspondent Northeastern students attending HUBweek over the weekend may have recognized one of the painted shipping containers to be similar to a mural in Ryder Hall. Both were designed by Sophia Ainslie, an associate teaching professor in the art and design department. ...

Halloween reboot pays tribute to and builds on original

Halloween reboot pays tribute to and builds on original

October 17, 2018


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By Mohit Puvvala, lifestyle columnist The question of David Gordon Green's "Halloween" is if it can succeed where its predecessors failed. If that's all you're wondering, I'm happy to say that this new sequel is without a doubt the best in the franchise since the 1978 John Carpenter classic. It p...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 18 – Wednesday, Oct. 24

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 18 – Wednesday, Oct. 24

October 17, 2018


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Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Oct. 18, What’s So Funny About Oppressive Regimes  Sara Taksler, The Daily Show senior producer, will speak about her history insulting politicians through comedy. She will also be discussing her documentary, “Tickling Giants,” which tells the story of Egyptian satirist Dr. Bassem Yousse...

Mary Baker Eddy Library presents A Day of Cultural Experience

Mary Baker Eddy Library presents A Day of Cultural Experience

October 17, 2018


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By Julia Crooijmans, news correspondent  Dozens of parents and children gathered at the Mary Baker Eddy Library on the morning of Oct. 8th at to kick off Boston’s largest day of arts, cultural and educational events. The Opening Our Doors celebration, now in its 17th year consists of members of the...

Review: Sherlock’s Last Case falls flat as farce

Review: Sherlock’s Last Case falls flat as farce

October 17, 2018


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By Juan Ramirez, news staff  The last few James Bond films have dealt with the harsh aging of an outdated man in the face of unforgiving modernity. Much like that legendary British institution, both the theatrical farce and literature’s favorite detective are in peril in “Sherlock’s Last Case,” w...

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