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10 movies to watch for this year

Brian Holak, Journal Contributor The Vow, February 10: What can be manlier than a story of unfailing commitment in the face of tragedy? Nothing. Sure, these other movies have action and adventure, bu...
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‘Wordly:’ quirky art at NESAD

Presented by the Suffolk University Art Gallery at the New England School of Art and Design (NESAD) is “Wordly,” a solo exhibition of sculptures, drawings and installations by Arthur Henderson.  ...
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GLOW Boston caters to college students

Melissa Hanson, Journal Staff GLOW Boston, an 18+ dance party, kicks off its weekly residency tomorrow at Think Tank in Cambridge. Created by Northeastern senior Eric Spicuzza with the help of Suffol...
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Your Week: Club Nights

WeNo has DJ and production partnership Tale of Us (aka Life and Death) booked to play with Tamer Malki and Sergio Santos. The Berlin-Based duo has been voted at number 15 on Resident Advisor’s 2011 w...

Arts Briefs

RIP Etta James, R&B legend The “At Last” singer died Friday at age 73 from leukemia. She was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2009 and leukemia earlier this year. James’ voic...
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Take the trip, now in 3D

Cody F. Pepin Journal Staff Once again, Harold and Kumar cross the line of decency and sobriety in the hilarious 3-D Christmas-themed third installment of the series, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Ch...
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Will it be happily ever after?

One of ABC’s latest television shows, Once Upon A Time, takes all of the best known fairy tale classics and transforms them into a new story, fraught with mystery and complex back stories which have ...
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Filmmaker visits Suffolk, shows local film

Last Tuesday, filmmaker Laura Colella visited Suffolk to show her first film Tax Day, released in 1998. Like all of Colella’s films, the setting is regional to Providence, R.I., and the film as a who...
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After ‘Glow’

Mindless movement filled the House of Blues on Landsdowne Street Monday night when DayGlow, America’s largest paint party, threw a private show. Host Emir Duru set the standard of hype, jumping aroun...
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Violence over-saturated in gaming world

Brian Holak Journal Staff Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 exploded onto the market last week, selling 6.5 million copies within the first 24 hours of its release. War-oriented video games like this, i...
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Suffolk prof. occupies word

Caitlin Lezell Journal Staff Some at Occupy Boston have begun to focus more on the arts, from last week’s pop-up art show to a new series of poetry readings aptly called OccuPoetry, which Suffo...
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Your Week: Club Nights

Zeds Dead is back to fill the Middle East Downstairs with hard EDM sounds tonight. After a killer show last time, whether catching it or not, it’s one that can’t be missed, except it’s already sold o...