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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.

City Life

Mitt Romney, Average Townie, Bravely Engages In Trash-Talking

With Evander Holyfield.

Arts & Entertainment

A Cappella Admissions with Isaac Willnow of the Nor’easters

Sing It On premieres tonight.


Sam Smith Spotted in Town, Likely Getting Surgery

Based on Instagram clues, of course.

Arts & Entertainment

Jimmy Fallon: A New Yorker with Rational Opinions on Tom Brady

All the logic, summarized in one joke.

City Life

Converse Officially Opens Its World Headquarters

A first look at the tricked-out place at Lovejoy Wharf.

Arts & Entertainment

The Boston Pops Performs Meghan Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’

Treble included, though.

City Life

Meanwhile, a Patriots Fan Starts a GoFundMe to Help Pay that $1 Million Fine

Team spirit, taken to melodramatic levels.

Arts & Entertainment

Will Hulu Save The Mindy Project?

Yes, and here’s how.

City Life

All the Ways to Do a Tom Brady Humblebrag

As displayed at his Salem State appearance.

Arts & Entertainment

A Closer Look at Janet Echelman’s New Greenway Sculpture

By the numbers, of course.

Arts & Entertainment

Here’s the Cover of Mindy Kaling’s Second Memoir Why Not Me?

Your queen.


Photo Preview: MassArt Fashion Show 2015

Strike a pose.

Arts & Entertainment

Boston Calling Block Parties Are Back

Get ready for more free concerts at DTX and Dewey Square this season.

Arts & Entertainment

Tom Brady: Leader of the #MayPac Rat Pack

TB12 had a better Saturday than you.

Arts & Entertainment

Follow Friday: The ICA

We caught up with Kris Wilton, the museum’s creative content manager.