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Jacob R. Jimenez

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Music Video Breakdown: 'The Box' by Roddy Ricch

Through a hodgepodge of action scenes, the video reflects the classic and contemporary hip-hop themes of Ricch’s song.

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Juice Comes Home

Juice, a seven-man boy band originally from Boston College, returned to their home city on Feb. 22 for a high energy, soulful performance at the Paradise Rock Club.


Echosmith Returns to the Spotlight on New ‘Lonely Generation’ Tour

Echosmith, the sibling trio known for radio hits “Cool Kids” and “Bright,” took their “Lonely Generation” tour to Boston’s Paradise Rock Club this past Valentine’s Day.

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On Campus

Boston’s 'Snowport' Brings Rustic Charm to Valentine’s Day

This Valentine’s Day, holiday themed waffles and some special guests helped set the mood for a love-filled evening in the winter village.

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‘Meaning Train’ Goes Off the Rails

The essays that make up “Meaning Train” are short and only loosely related to each other.

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On Campus

A Book Fair for Art Lovers: The Third Annual Boston Arts Book Fair

The language of art, creativity, and social change swirled through both conversation and publication at the Cyclorama for the third annual Boston Arts Book Fair.

Polaroid Day
On Campus

In An Instant: A Commemoration of the Birth of Polaroid

The MIT Museum held a day-long special event celebrating Polaroid — the Cambridge-born camera that captured people’s hearts from its invention to its modern day resurgence.

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‘The Office’ Podcast: Never Say Goodbye

“Office” stars Jenna Fischer (Pam Beesly) and Angela Kinsey (Angela Martin) began a new podcast, “Office Ladies,” in which they rewatch the show and give behind-the-scenes secrets as they reminisce about old times.

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Yo Soy Lola Continues to Empower Latinx Artists

This weekend, Latinx artists kicked off Yo Soy LOLA’s 2019 LOLA Week with an intimate, multidimensional performance, “Las Que Señan."

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Can ‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Save Netflix?

Fortunately for "Between Two Ferns: The Movie,” there are more ridiculous comedic moments than awkward stares — at least in the interviews. Outside of the “Between Two Ferns” interviews, there is little to no substance or consistent humor in this film.