The McMullen Museum of Boston College reopened this past Saturday with its new exhibit Paris Night & Day: Photography Between the Wars. […]
Sexual Chocolate’s Valentine’s Day show in Robsham followed the storyline of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,’ and featured the Heightsmen a cappella group in the role of the Oompa-Loompasin the fantastical, dance-packed retelling. […]
Jazz group BC bOp! performed on Wednesday, previewing its weekend shows in New York City. […]
Students art show, sponsored by the Art Club and BC libraries, offers depth and eccentricity. […]
In case moviegoers haven’t seen enough 20-somethings play high school students, 25-year-old Gabriella Wilde plays the lanky, extremely privileged Jade Butterfield (a name which somehow evokes both nursery rhymes and exotic dancing), continuously described as the social outcast of her high school who could always be found “with her nose in a book” (although no such books ever appear on screen). […]
By: Therese Tully
From maxi skirts and makeup to the classic little black dress, each item in a wardrobe is deserving of affection.
By: John Wiley, Ariana Igneri, Michelle Tomassi
In honor of the McMullen Museum’s new exhibit, Paris Night & Day: Photography Between The Wars, The Scene profiles three of its featured artists, including Man Ray, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Dora Maar.