Shenanigans in Holliston

While watching a sitcom, have you ever wondered why there isn’t outlandish violence, crude humor and endless horror film references? If so, your search is over, as filmmaker Adam Green (known for his...

‘Bully’ captures real-life issues

Laura Mahony  Journal Staff   With passion as an essential to a great film, in social documentaries, it is the glue binding the powerful message to make it captivating to the audience. This sens...
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Interview: comedian Lewis Black

I am coming here because Robert Brustein asked me to come. I read a couple of his books in college and he is the reason I got into theatre. He has been a huge influence in my life, especially back at...
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Together: electronic music, art, tech fest

Get ready for a week jam-packed with electronic music, art and technology as the third annual Together Festival descends on Boston. With seven afternoons packed with tech demos and panel talks and ni...
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21 Jump Street is funny, not gross

Ally Johnson  Journal Staff 21 Jump Street is full of surprises. Number one: it isn’t all gross-out humor. Number two: Channing Tatum can act and be funny. Number three: this movie is genuinely funny...
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The Odds are in Hunger Games’ Favor

 Brian Holak  Journal Staff The lobby of the AMC Lowes at Boston Common was full with eager fans at 9:30 p.m. last Thursday, waiting for the midnight release of The Hunger Games. The fans arriving ea...
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ICA exhibit figures colors

Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) presents an imaginative display of color and form in its new exhibition, “Figuring Color.”     People who looked at this item also looked atR...
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YourWeek: city arts, clubs, culture

Cool things to do this weekend!       People who looked at this item also looked at… Osama bin Laden killed, Obama confirms news to nation YourWeek: clubs, arts, culture Your Wee...
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‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home’

Ally Johnson  Journal Staff   Jeff, Who Lives at Home is one of those quiet films. It refuses to hit you over the head with a theme or meaning. It’s a film that purposely spends the entirety of ...