Crimson staff writer
Jacob R. Jimenez
Through music and conversation, Brooklyn Rider began their three-performance series with a meditative and engaging night of music.
As country devolves into a greasy mimicry of pop music, Charley Crockett and his peers keep country’s soul alive with the waltzes, ballads, and steel guitar picking that made it a genre foundational to American music today.
If a visitor is surrounded by singing birds, does putting on headphones to listen to an audio play full of artificial noise replace a more authentic experience?
Echosmith, the sibling trio known for radio hits “Cool Kids” and “Bright,” took their “Lonely Generation” tour to Boston’s Paradise Rock Club this past Valentine’s Day.
This Valentine’s Day, holiday themed waffles and some special guests helped set the mood for a love-filled evening in the winter village.
The language of art, creativity, and social change swirled through both conversation and publication at the Cyclorama for the third annual Boston Arts Book Fair.
The MIT Museum held a day-long special event celebrating Polaroid — the Cambridge-born camera that captured people’s hearts from its invention to its modern day resurgence.