On Saturday, New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall welcomed six fabulous traditional Chinese music programs in a three-hour show. The artists in the show were pianist Meng-Chieh Liu, the Borromeo String Quartet and the Forbidden City Chamber Orchestra. Liu, a Taiwanese pianist, became famous at the age of 21. He has performed with orchestras under conductors […]

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1. Trader Joe’s Oh Joe, I don’t know what I would do without you. You make off-brand seem like the best thing a product can be, and I appreciate your commitment to inexpensive food that doesn’t make me feel like I’m living in the Soviet bloc when I eat it. Everyone loves Trader Joe’s grocery. […]

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Moving from an on-campus dorm to living off-campus can be scary. I am an international student who transferred from the State University of New York at Binghamton to Boston University last year. Instead of moving into the dorms, I moved all my stuff from Binghamton to an off-campus apartment in Boston. It was a big […]

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Since May 2012, Boston Calling Music Festival has been a highlight for all music lovers in the New England area. Each year, the festival features a lineup that seems unbeatable, and this year’s lineup is particularly going to be absolutely incredible. Boston Calling will also be taking place at a new location at the Harvard […]

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I was born in Guangzhou, the third largest city in China. I spent most of my lifetime there, and came to the United States three years ago after finishing high school. I studied in upstate New York for two years before I came to Boston. Here I had totally different experiences. These are the similarities […]

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Spring break is coming soon, so it’s time to start packing. There are some fantastic ways to pack using organizing products purchased from MUJI. Remember to see the bonus list if you plan to go to MUJI to pick up these specific items. In January 2017, Boston opened its first MUJI store, a Japanese retail […]

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Are you bored with all your usual Boston hang out places? Tired of being told to go to Lawn on D just to take Instagram photos of yourself on the swings? Are you done with going into the Crocs store at Faneuil Hall as a joke? Need some new things to do in the major […]

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Sandrine Rossi’s email to The Daily Free Press was written in French and translated into English. If you are an amateur fan of wine, cheese and French cuisine, the new South End restaurant and wine bar Frenchie is the perfect place for you. Even though it opened on Jan. 24, Frenchie is already a popular restaurant […]

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It’s almost impossible to imagine my college life without the rideshare app, Uber. In the past five months, I’ve experienced my fair share of interesting Uber rides. Ultimately I started noticing a pattern in the types of drivers and the ride experiences that come with them. Here’s what I’ve found. 1. The Lost Boy This […]

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