Regina Mogilevskaya

Regina Mogilevskaya, Digital Intern at Boston Magazine

Regina Mogilevskaya, a second semester senior at Emerson College, is majoring in Writing, Literature, and Publishing and minoring in photography. She’s been heavily involved in extracurricular activities at Emerson ranging from dance to literary journals to lifestyle magazines, maintaining leadership positions. She’s previously interned for Louise Blouin Media, Improper Bostonian, and NBCUniversal with their digital content office in Los Angeles. Passions include music, film, art, and the entertainment world. Regina is pleased to inform you that she’s never encountered a cheese she didn’t like.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

SoWa returns. Also, bacon. Also, beer.

News

Then and Now: Boylston, Copley, More

We retraced our steps on Marathon Monday and the days that followed.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Free Grilled Cheese Day! Is this real life?

News

Photos: Boston Marathon Memorial at Copley Square

Copley Square turns into a pop-up memorial to honor the victims.

Wellness

The Benefits of Yoga When Stressed

How to achieve a restorative practice in times of distress.

Wellness

Roundup: Where to Seek Counseling

If you need professional help, here are some places to turn.

News

The Day After the Bombings

Photos of what life in Boston is like after the biggest terrorist attack on American soil since 9-11.

News

Photos: The Scene at the Finish Line

This is what completing the 26.2 mile Boston Marathon looks like.

Arts & Entertainment

What to Watch at This Month's Film Fests

Boston's International and Independent Film Festivals will take over local theaters starting Friday.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Bruce Davidson photography, a film on Manet, 'The Book of Mormon,' and more.

Arts & Entertainment

Classic Album Sundays Comes to Boston

Tune out of your routine and tune in to this new monthly event.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

The Harlem Globetrotters, Wine Riot, Banned in Boston, and more.

Arts & Entertainment

Q&A: Blues Singer Kirsten Thien

The New England native will take the stage at Johnny D's.

Arts & Entertainment

Music Q&A: Hip-Hop Artist and Spoken-Word Poet George Watsky

The Emerson College alum is on his way back to Boston for a show at the Paradise.

Arts & Entertainment

Five Reasons to Leave the House This Weekend

Local Natives, Turkish films, and some good ol' musical brunch.