One of the best Hollywood on-screen pairs, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, have come together once again for their newest film, “La La Land.” Not only is it set in a dreamy landscape, but it’s also paired with fantastic choreography and original music. This film isn’t just your average romance movie, but a cinematic work […]

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It has now been about six weeks since I’ve left the comfort of my home in Los Angeles and settled into my new territory. Fortunately, I’m loving Boston — a lot more than I expected to. Despite my avid admiration with Beantown, however, I’ve noticed myself having some particularly recurring thoughts that many West Coasters […]

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Seven p.m. on a Tuesday rolls around. You’re tired, still have more than half of the week ahead of you and are hungry for dinner. You check the fridge and see that all you have is a half-eaten cup of soup and the end piece of bread in the otherwise empty bag. You check the […]

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Nanae Munemasa, a 17-year-old girl from Japan, has struggled with bullying since elementary school. Munemasa describes her first experience of being bullied as a physical one, with her perpetrators slapping her in the girls’ bathroom. She goes on to describe how the boys in her class would beat her with brooms when they were supposed […]

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Producers have always preferred to use real schools for films that take place in them. Why spend extra money building a set when the real thing already exists, right? And with the extremely limited funding for public schools, the extra money received from production companies doesn’t hurt. It’s a win-win. Well, almost. The problem with […]

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Khushbu Shah, a writer for Eater, says, “Urban Outfitters has long been a mecca for millennials with disposable income to spend on pricey beanies, records and floral rompers that should have probably stayed in the ‘90s.” The store has taken hipster style and made it more conventional for the average, trend-seeking young person. Because of […]

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The Hammer Museum in Los Angeles is currently hosting the first major American exhibition of lesser-known Canadian painter Lawren Harris. This exhibit, however, is a first in more than one way, because it is the first co-curation by celebrity Steve Martin. The comedian, actor, writer and, most importantly, Grammy Award winning banjo player, was not […]

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By Danny McCarthy, Staff Writer @thedanosaurus Welcome to Monday! It may have been a rainy weekend, but it’s all toasty warm in pop culture land! So kick up your feet and settle in for a while as we talk about everything that you might’ve missed in the last week! 6. Chris Martin & Gwyneth Paltrow […]

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