Bryanna Cappadona

Bryanna Cappadona, Assistant Digital Editor at Boston Magazine

Bryanna started with Boston’s digital team as an intern in 2012, and now covers entertainment and news for bostonmagazine.com. As an Emerson grad and Waltham native, Bryanna is much too emotionally invested in Ben Affleck's personal life, but is fortunately nothing like the people on Southie Rules.

Arts & Entertainment

Gisele Bundchen Took Her Baby on a Four-Wheeler

With no helmet—is she nuts?

Arts & Entertainment

Is American Hustle the Next Argo?

The Globe says yes. But probably not.

News

Simon Shanpir and Marissa Castelli Are Going To Sochi

The local pair won their second figure skating title this weekend.

Arts & Entertainment

Here’s Ben Affleck’s Gone Girl Cover for EW

Plus: more Matt & Ben news. (It doesn’t stop!)

Paula Cole
Arts & Entertainment

Paula Cole Is Teaching at Berklee

She wrote the Dawson’s Creek theme song and that’s important.

Ben Affleck
Arts & Entertainment

Ben Affleck Is Your New Batman

Christian Bale has officially been replaced.

Arts & Entertainment

Another Boston Mafia Crime Drama

James Gray will direct White Devil, but this one is different.

Arts & Entertainment

Emerson Alumnae Will Compete for Miss America

The recent grad is Miss New Hampshire.

Arts & Entertainment

Mindy Kaling, Amy Poehler to Play Emotions in New Pixar Film

Amy plays ’Joy’ while Mindy plays ’Disgust.’ Fitting.

Justin Timberlake Tour
Arts & Entertainment

Justin Timberlake Will Be Back in November

Plus: What you missed at Fenway, and more exciting JT news.

Arts & Entertainment

Video: Emerson Students Honored by MTVu

Fall Out Boy, Ed Sheeran, Robin Thicke, and more thank the Boston Strong T-shirt team.

Arts & Entertainment

The Harshest Mark Wahlberg Joke Yet?

Yes. And it involves Matt Damon again. Yikes.

Arts & Entertainment

The Largest N.E. Benefit Concert for Vets Battling PTSD

Starring Sarah Silverman, The Band Perry, and more.

Justin TImberlake and Jay Z
Arts & Entertainment

Seven Factoids About JT and Jay Z’s Tour

#2: Jay Z is the first black artist in 40 years to headline at Fenway Park.

Arts & Entertainment

A Fan Mistakes Mark Wahlberg for Matt Damon

"Close enough :) " said Marky Mark.