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Yes.Oui.Si presents ‘The Salon’

Meagan Kennelly  Journal Contributor With violin in the ear, wine on the pallet and art on the walls, Yes.Oui.Si celebrated the opening of a new art exhibition, “The Salon,” last Thursday night. The ...
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YourWeek: Club Nights

Re:Set is bringing Petrol in for this week’s party. James Gerard, Greg Teves and William John will be blowing The Phoenix Landing with strong disco, house and techno. [19+] WeNo has booked Richy Ahme...
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Poets hype Poetry Center with readings

Suffolk’s Poetry Center, located on the third floor of the Sawyer library, was packed with students and the general public last Thursday night. In addition to all seats being full before the 7 p.m. s...
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Lot F exhibits ‘Three’ artists

The first Friday of each month after the Financial District’s corporate buildings empty, art seekers make their way to the Lot F Gallery. Last week, the gallery hosted ‘Three,” an exhibit showcasing ...
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A look at Suffolk’s performing arts

Suffolk’s Performing Arts Office (PAO) strives to make the arts accessible to the university’s community, disregarding experience or background.   “We make the opportunities available to y...
Art by Dereck Mangus at Bravo Pizzeria

ArtVenue enriches community, helps artists

ArtVenue, a growing website for local artists, seeks to make the life of freelancers and professional artists easier. Based in Cambridge and in operation since summer 2011, ArtVenue helps put local a...
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Your week: club nights

Re:Set kicks off Wednesday at Phoenix Landing with special guests Jeff Grosse and Matty Diamond, along with resident DJ Mark Ingram. Combined, the three of them bring house, techno and deep dance mus...
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Michaelson tweaks sound on Human Again

Ingrid Michaelson’s fifth studio album, released last Tuesday, branches out from the classic indie, folk sound her fans have come to expect. Human Again takes the emphasis off the innocent ukulele me...
Moataz Nasr, Merge and Emerge (still), 2011. Three-channel video installation. Courtesy Galleria Continua, San Gimignano/Beijing/Le Moulin. Photo by Oak Taylor-Smith.

SMFA sheds light on today’s history

The School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA) presents an in-depth look at Egypt’s current political and social climate in a new exhibition entitled “Histories of Now: Six Artists from Cairo.”   ...
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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.  ...