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We sent Boston Daily intern David Mashburn to Rock Camp last week. The rock stars in attendance included, among others, the songwriter for Aerosmith, the […]
What does it take to play a Yeshiva student turned hip-hop connoisseur/rapper in a short film? Well, it helps if, like Nosson Zand, you’re already […]
In a battle of the bands that was even fiercer than Bill and Ted’s face-off with their evil robotic selves, 15 local acts have been […]
Generally speaking, we’re pretty excited about the explosion of films being made in Massachusetts. It’s cool to see the sights we see every day committed […]
As we all know, high-profile deaths tend to come in threes. Last week, Tim Russert collapsed while working at the NBC studios. Today, we learned […]
If you’re anything like us, you spend most of your afternoon looking for something to wile away the hours before you can head for the […]
Including theaters, museum options, and other ways to explore the city.
News broke yesterday that 28 teenagers responsible for wreaking drunken havoc on Robert Frost‘s summer abode in Vermont finally received their punishment. They are to […]
Tommy DeCarlo’s primary gig involves wearing an orange apron as a credit manager at a Home Depot in Charlotte, North Carolina. But starting Saturday the […]
This past weekend, I made a brief pit-stop at the Kiss 108 concert, where I spent time interviewing everyone’s favorite man-band, New Kids on the […]
There have been many benefits to the state’s subsidies of the film industry. We get to see famous people walking among us everyday folk. There’s […]
In the March 2008 issue of Boston magazine, we profiled Ben Mezrich as 21, the movie based on his bestselling novel Bringing Down the House, […]
There are precious few places in Boston where one can rent a pair of wretched shoes and get his or her bowl on. Or sing […]
I’d like to say I’m surprised by today’s Globe editorial — “Nihilism at $60 a pop.” But I’m not. It’s just more of the same […]
Talk about a media blitz. After years of work and months of screenings, Errol Morris‘ new documentary, Standard Operating Procedure, is now engaging in weeks […]
You know who’s fun? Karl Rove. I’m not kidding. Ever since he dropped his day job as a torture enabling evil genius, not only has […]