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Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

Event Calendar: Thursday, Oct. 4  – Wednesday, Oct. 10

October 3, 2018


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Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Oct. 4, Tastemakers Concert Photo Tutorial   This how-to class will be hosted by Tastemakers Magazine’s head photo directors and will provide a real concert stage setup for photographers to learn and practice. Tastemakers will set the Afterhours stage with live music...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Sept. 20 – Wednesday, Sept. 26

Event Calendar: Thursday, Sept. 20 – Wednesday, Sept. 26

September 19, 2018


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Compiled by Claire Wallace, deputy lifestyle editor Thursday, Sept. 20, Free Summer Yoga at Frog Pond!  Are you a fan of yoga, or just looking to try something new? Come try free vinyasa yoga in the Common completely free of charge! This class is catered to yoga fans of all levels and promises to he...

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21

Event Calendar: Thursday, Feb. 15 – Wednesday, Feb. 21

February 15, 2018


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Compiled by Samuel Kim, deputy lifestyle editor These are the events in and around Boston that you do not want to miss this week. Thursday, Feb. 15 Life is like a box of chocolates– you never know what you’re gonna get. NU & Improv’d, a Northeastern improv troupe, is hosting a night of improv comedy with the theme: “A Box of Chocolate, but like, a gross o...

Crafts take shape in new MFA exhibit

Crafts take shape in new MFA exhibit

September 17, 2015


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By Mayeesha Galiba, news correspondent The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) challenges conventional crafts to take a different form in its new exhibit, “Crafted: Objects in Flux.” In the 50-piece collection, traditional materials and processes are modified from their conventional application to fi...

New MFA exhibit brings gift of song to Boston

New MFA exhibit brings gift of song to Boston

March 18, 2015


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By Melissa Fitzgerald, news correspondent Museums are typically thought of as places for quiet reverence and whispers, but artist Lee Mingwei is challenging that notion with his performance art exhibit Sonic Blossom. Mingwei’s exhibit is currently running at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA). Rather...

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