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Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture

This week’s top picks in nightlife, theater and art.     People who looked at this item also looked at… Boston Police confirm no foul play in Sawyer building death Place Ad Colu...
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BSU students celebrate Black History Month

Black History Month, celebrated every February is a time where individuals nationwide celebrate and reflect African-American history, and its influence on everyday life. Members of the Black Student ...
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Grammys: ‘Journal’ takes

The Journal staff takes on the Grammys.       Related items Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Culture YourWeek: clubs, arts, culture YourWeek: city arts, clubs, c...
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AcousticaElectronica: a new approach

Presented by toUch Performance Art, AcousticaElectronica has been a project building in Boston for the past year to combine classical music, classical dance and art into one huge immersion for an aud...
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Your Week: Club Nights

Cool events to hit, tonight through Monday.       Related items ‘Wish You Were Here’ takes lens underground Under 21 Nightlife: What’s Good Your Week: Arts, Clubs, Cu...
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‘Walking Dead’ returns [SPOILER ALERT!]

It has been almost four months since the shocking mid-season break left the survivors in “The Walking Dead” at a standstill. The group was divided about what to do with the way Hershel was dealing wi...
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‘Top Chef’ in Boston?

Brian Holak  Journal Staff   Boston is no stranger to good food. And now, the nation may be getting a taste of our wicked local flavor. A campaign has begun to bring season ten of Top Chef to Bo...
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Suffolk shows interest in One Franklin

On Thursday it was announced that the developer Millennium Partners had purchased a 50% stake in the One Franklin project in Boston's Downtown Crossing neighborhood. One Franklin is the name of the p...
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Film forum raises trafficking awareness

Alexa Barrios  Journal Staff Globally, 27 million people are trapped in modern day slavery, according to the Boston Initiative to Advance Human Rights (BITAHR). Of those trafficked, 79 percent are se...