This weekend, the Harvard Ed Portal hosted their very first Allston-Brighton Winter Market. The Winter Market showcased a variety of artists and makers exhibiting and selling their work in a welcoming environment, complemented by live music, a food truck and a beer garden. Entering the venue, visitors were greeted by a friendly usher who directed […]

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I have a complicated relationship with Christmas music. To be honest, I have a complicated relationship with the idea of the “Christmas” season and how public schools give weeks off of school for one (two, if you count New Year’s) holiday and most schools don’t even give a day off for other religions’ high holidays, […]

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“Good Girls Revolt” is a TV show that first aired through Amazon Video in 2015, based on true stories of pioneering women journalists in the late 1960s. I say “is” instead of “was” because there is still a possibility of bringing the show back for a second season, which it so desperately deserves. Amazon Studios’ […]

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With the holiday season in full swing, there is no better way to embrace the joy and magic than by watching a Christmas special. If you are anything like me, your childhood was filled with an array of classic stop-motion specials, only to be viewed during the month of December in order to maximize Christmas […]

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As it gets colder and the stores and streets start decorating for the holidays, the urge to curl up with a blanket and watch Christmas movies grows stronger. Classics like “Home Alone” and “The Holiday” are always a good way to go, and we all have our favorite films that we use to escape whatever […]

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Since Paris is one of the fashion hubs of the world, Parisians really know their stuff. French models are constantly being featured in fashion magazines like Vogue for their classic yet unique fashion sense. Here are some of the French trends the fashion world has been loving this season that everybody can take some inspiration […]

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One of the biggest advantages of going to school in Boston is its culture. Art is a big part of this city’s colorful history. While Boston is abound with renowned art museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, perhaps the best way to get a true sense of […]

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Sometimes after a breakup, all you want to do is cry about the person. I know personally, I’ve sat down with my friends, a box of Oreos, and a sad playlist and just let it all out. But other times you wanna yell, forget it all and be a badass. In my opinion, after a […]

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As temperatures drop and motivation wanes, it can be tempting to spend hours procrastinating by streaming mindless TV shows. Now, what if I told you there was a loophole to this conundrum in which you can still take some much needed relaxation time while technically being productive? That’s where this list comes in. Documentaries are […]

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If you’re anything like me, you’re fed up with this current administration and need some sort of relief. For me, I’ve taken up Aaron Sorkin’s “The West Wing,” and by far, this is the best decision I’ve made in 2017. “The West Wing” is everything a show needs to be: intriguing, informative and absolutely incredible. […]

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