Full of passion, energy, and palpable sounds, BC Symphony Orchestra’s Tchaikovsky performance gave listeners a test of the best of old talents through the hands of youthful masters.
Comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag entertained audiences with their random and witty improvised performance, and reflected on the common situations of BC students at large.
Full Swing integrates its swing stylings into modern tales and wistful reimaginings to create a wholly engrossing show in ‘Lindy Hop ’til You Drop.’
Fans will love the Cold War Kids’ ‘LA Divine,’ which represents their stellar songwriting and blues rock sound with a reflective and authentic album.
Rife with poignant symbolism, ‘Your Name’ detailing the struggles and triumphs of two star-crossed lovers inhabiting the others body for a time.
‘Going in Style’ touches on the struggles against the clock, while remaining light-hearted enough for any viewer to relate and relish in.
In his latest special ‘2017’ from the dark recesses of politicized conversation, Louis C.K. pulls out unapologetic opinions that are sure to stir up thoughts long after the laughs subside.
Lynnea Bolin has built a sizeable following on her outdoorsy Instagram account.
In the first volume of the Mysteries in Media series, Assoc. Editor Schick explores what Meat Loaf won’t do for love and who Carly Simon thinks is so vain.
It’s easy to stigmatize genres that one may not wholeheartedly embrace, but acknowledging our own nerd tendencies and accepting those of others would be better for everyone.