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The Mightiest Avenger

By: Brennan Carley

Q: What was your process in writing the film? Did you already have a directorial vision when you were penning the screenplay?

JOSS WHEDON: [Laughs], This is so weird. Yes, I did. Half of writing a script is writing visually, is figuring out what you need it to look and feel like as much what they’re gonna say.

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Theatre and The Arts

By: Brennan Carley

Theater, when done properly, can enchant its audience into thinking that it must not have been hard work to accomplish at all. Then there are your Grey’s Anatomy musical episodes that make viewers shake their heads in dismay, turning potential theater lovers into nonbelievers with a single sassy snap during a tepid performance of “How To Save A Life.”

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Editor’s Column

By: Brennan Carley

Perhaps you’ve already seen the tents going up in O’Neill Plaza and are thinking to yourself, “what is this, another viewing of Frozen Earth on another cold night?” Maybe you’re just upset that you missed out on the case of Red Bull that a helicopter dropped on Monday night and feel like avoiding O’Neill Plaza entirely for the next few days so you can silently stew about it.

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The Perfect 24 Hours In Boston

By: Brennan Carley, Taylor Cavallo, and Dan Siering

Now that the weather is heating up, it’s time to get off campus and see what Boston has to offer. With its variety of exciting spots to visit, ranging from thrift store clothing hunts to hearty brunches at Zaftigs Delicatessen, the city only five miles away has something for everyone to explore. Nothing is better than sitting in Boston Commons on a sunny day following an entertaining feature at Coolidge Corner Theatre or a day of fine art at the MFA. With its eclectic mix of neighborhoods, Beantown’s atmosphere is one of a kind. The Scene put together some of our favorite hot spots in the metro area and provided routes and recommendations for a perfect spring day.

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